Freudvoll und leidvoll: short stories by such noted writers of our day as Emil Peschkau, Ernst von Wildenbruch, Heinrich Seidel, Rudolf Baumbach, Helene Stökl, and Helene von Götzendorff-Grabowski ...

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Wilhelm Bernhardt
Carl Schoenhof, 1893 - 125 pages
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Page 116 - Tell me the tales that to me were so dear, Long, long ago, Long, long ago. Sing me the songs I delighted to hear, Long, long ago, long ago. Now you are come, all my grief is removed, Let me forget that so long you have roved, Let me believe that you love as you loved, Long, long ago, long ago.
Page 116 - Do you remember the path where we met, Long, long ago, Long, long ago? Ah, yes, you told me you ne'er would forget, Long, long ago, long ago. Then, to all others, my smile you preferred, Love, when you spoke, gave a charm to each word, Still my heart treasures the praises I heard, Long, long ago, long ago. Tho' by your kindness my fond hopes were raised, Long, long ago, Long, long ago.
Page 116 - Tho' by your kindness my fond hopes were raised, Long, long ago, Long, long ago. You by more eloquent lips have been praised, Long, long ago, long ago. But by long absence your truth has been tried, Still to your accents I listen with pride, Blest as I was when I sat by your side, Long, long ago, long ago.
Page 8 - Pupils;" to which are added Explanations of 850 of the most difficult French Idioms, fcap. 8vo, cloth, Ss. 6d. The Rules Of the French Language. Being a Summary, set in Grammatical Order, of the Rules contained in the Author's First French Course, Second French Course, and Advanced French Exercises.
Page 114 - I" WILL be patient, though my heart should break, Thou love forever lost! no plaint I'll make. But though thou glitterest in diamonds bright, There falls no gleam into thy heart's deep night. I saw't in dreams, I knew it long ago ; I saw the night through thy heart's chambers flow ; I saw the snake which gnaws upon thy heart ; I saw, my love, how wretched still thou art.
Page 8 - Note Book of Modern Languages. To encourage and facilitate the systematic taking down of Notes from either Lectures or Private Reading.
Page 4 - Belng a complement of every French grammar, in which the use of the prepositions is fully explained, and many of the idiomatic difficulties are solved.
Page 4 - Ploetz, Easy French Method, whith which you favored, me. Being acquainted with the excellences of the higher "Schulgrammatik^ of the same author, I was predisposed to look favorably on this more elementary work. A careful examination in no way diminishes that good will. I know of no work, that lends more dignity to the usual drudge work of acquiring the forms — that basis of wider acquisition for all, who must learn a language by study and 1 shall take pleasure in Introducing it into my classes...
Page 91 - George, in armor, is presenting to the Virgin upon his return, after the victory he obtained over the Turks. On the opposite side is...

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