Panitza Library

Subject Week: "Famous German Writers: German Stories"

February 28, 2021

Print books:

1. Fallada, H. (2014). Advanced Search Tales from the underworld : selected shorter fiction (M.Hofmann, Trans.). London : Penguin Classics.  PT2607.I6 A2 2014

2. Humann, K. (Ed.). (1996). Night drive: modern German short stories. London ; New York : Serpent's Tail.  PT1327 .N54 1995

3. Kafka, F. (1992). The transformation and other stories : works published during Kafka's lifetime (M. Pasley, Trans.). London ; New York : Penguin Books.   PT2621.A26 A26 1992

4. Kleist, H. Von. (1978). The Marquise of O--, and other stories (D. Luke & N. Reeves, Trans.). Harmondsworth ; New York : Penguin.    PT2378 .K6753 1978

5. Mann, T. (1991). Death in Venice, and seven other stories (H. T. Lowe-Porter, Trans.). New York : Alfred A. Knopf.  PT2625 .A44 A2 1991

6. Schlink, B. (1997). The reader (C. B. Janeway, Trans.). New York : Pantheon Books.  PT2680.L54 V6713 1997

7. Zweig, S. (2009). Selected stories (A. Bell, E. Paul, & C. Paul, Trans.). London : Pushkin Press. PT2653.W42 A2 2009

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books and articles.

E-Books:

1. Stanley Corngold. (2004). Lambent Traces : Franz Kafka. Princeton University Press.

2. Dollerup, C. (1999). Tales and Translation : The Grimm Tales From Pan-Germanic Narratives to Shared International Fairytales. John Benjamins Publishing Co.

3. Heffernan, V., Obradovic, D., & Mathews, T. (2013). Transitions : Emerging Women Writers in German-language Literature. Brill / Rodopi.

4. Hesse, H., & Wayne, T. (2010). Steppenwolf. Algora Publishing.

5. Clayton Koelb. (2010). Kafka: A Guide for the Perplexed. Continuum. Amsterdam : Brill / Rodopi.

6. Melville, H. (2000). Billy budd. ProQuest Ebook Central.

7. Melville, H. (1849). Redburn : His First Voyage.The Floating Press.

Articles:

1. German literature. Encyclopædia Britannica, Accessed 28 Feb. 2021.

2. Pages, N. C. (2007). Crossing borders: Sebald, Handke, and the pathological vision. Modern Austrian Literature, 40(4), 61.

3. Valiunas, A. (2008). Goethe’s magnificent self. Commentary, 125(1), 45.

2. Van Laan, T. F. (2006). Ibsen and NietzscheScandinavian Studies, 78(3), 255.

4. Zisselsberger, M. (2007). Stories of Heimat and calamity: W. G. Sebald and Austrian literature. Modern Austrian Literature, 40(4),1.

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