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Allyn & Bacon, 1889 - German language - 418 pages
 

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Page 256 - is a great but unfinished novel. The last twenty-five years of his life were spent in Paris. The foundation of this poem is the legend of the fay that sits upon the famous Lorelei rock on the right bank of the Rhine, between St. Goar and Oberwesel. The heading is not Heine's. Page 33, 1. 1.
Page 241 - note the use of the definite article instead of the possessive pronoun where it is evident who the possessor is. B. 154; W. 66, 3; J.-M. 416, 5. Notice also the singular number of
Page 326 - fprang —, -gefprun. gen, with f., SPRING or break in two. er, pers. pron., he. er-, insep. unaccented pref. Its force is origin, out from, transition (into another state), completion, intensity and success (of the action of the verb). See ur-. B. 542.
Page 283 - Hofer was shot by the French, February 10, 1810. The circumstances of the shooting as given in the poem are almost exactly historical. Hofer himself gave the command to fire. The words ad),
Page 347 - adv. and sep. accented pref., across HITHER to this side, OVER, toward the speaker or point in question.
Page 134 - er ift am D lieb', fo lang bu lieben iannft, D lieb', fo lang bu lieben
Page 408 - tr., carry, take off. wegen, prep, with gen., on account of, for the sake of, in regard to, with a view to. For »on and roegen, a dat. pi., which is now colloq. wegfliegen, flog —, -geflogen, with
Page 17 - аиф bie $ferbe im ©tall, bie §unbe im §ofe, bie Rauben auf bem Фафе, bie fliegen an ber SBanb, ja,

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