2 edition of American literature in Germany, 1861-1872 found in the catalog.
American literature in Germany, 1861-1872
Eugene F. Timpe
|Statement||by Eugene F. Timpe.|
|Series||University of North Carolina studies in comparative literature,, no. 35|
|LC Classifications||PS159.G3 T54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||65063994|
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American literature in Germany, by Timpe, Eugene F. Publication date Topics American literature, Critique, Littérature américaine, American literature, CriticismPages: Get this from a library. American literature in Germany, [Eugene F Timpe]. Unknown date – Frank Key Howard, American journalist and memoirist (born ) In 1861-1872 book [ edit ] Anthony Trollope 's novel The Way We Live Now () is set during this year.
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