Der Neffe als Onkel: Lustspiel in Aufzügen

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Allyn, 1889 - 125 pages
 

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Page 124 - ... scientific analysis of sounds and accent. Prof. Henry Wood, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. — I like the grammar very much, and shall introduce it immediately to all my classes. It is a gift to scholars that will be highly appreciated. Prof. Wm. H. Carpenter, Columbia College. — It marks a distinct advance in language instruction in America, and ought to be in the hands of every teacher and advanced student of the German language. Prof.
Page 125 - Allyn &• Bacon .... Boston. Schiller's Der Neffe als Onkel. With Notes and Vocabulary by Prof. CF RADDATZ, Baltimore City College. i6mo. Cloth. 50 cents. This comedy is so well adapted to the wants of beginners that it is surprising that no adequate edition of it has hitherto been published in this country. By a careful revision of the text, ample notes, and a complete vocabulary, the editor has tried to meet this want. Prof. Edwin F. Bacon...
Page 125 - Körner, Bürger, etc. SECTION V. A Comedy by Benedix, Versalzen, as an example of the colloquial language of educated people. SECTION VI. Historical Prose, containing extracts from the popular histories of Grube, Lüttringhaus, and Dielitz. Schiller's der Neffe als Onkel. Edited, with Notes and Vocabulary, by Professor CF RADDATZ, Baltimore City College. 16mo. 50 cents. This comedy is so well adapted to the wants of beginners that it is surprising that no adequate edition of it has hitherto been...
Page 124 - Grammar is facile princeps, and whatever helps to extend its use will be a benefit to German scholarship. Prof. Albert S. Cook, University of California. — I consider it the most scientific grammar of the modern German language now before the public, — the only one that does full justice to the discoveries of modern philology.
Page 124 - GERMAN TEXT BOOKS. Brandt's German Grammar. A Grammar of the German Language for College Use, by Professor HCG BRANDT, Hamilton College, New York. Fourth Edition. 12mo, 290 pages.
Page 125 - Vocabulary. 12шо, 400 pages. $1.25. The aim of the editor has been to prepare a book which, first of all, shall be practical, supplying sufficient material to enable the pupil to read with ease ordinary German prose. It is progressive, leading step by step from the simplest prose and poetry to matter of usual difficulty. It is interesting, containing a large variety of selections, noue of them trivial, and many of permanent value.
Page 125 - ... of selections, none of them trivial, and many of permanent value. It is attractive in appearance, the generous space between the lines enabling the student to read the German text with ease. The extracts are divided into six sections : — SECTION I. Easy Prose, containing selections from Niebuhr's HeroenGeschichten, and Grimm's and Andersen's Fairy Tales. SECTION II. Easy Poetry, containing such specimens from Heine, Goethe, Claudius, Chamisso, etc., as present the least difficulty.

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