Subject Area: Denmark & DanishHertz, Cecilie2009 0-7734-4866-7 312 pages
The first full English translation, annotated by excerpts from other writings, and illustrated, of Memories of My Life. This memoir illuminates Danish provincial life, childhood and education, and also relevant to the study of nineteenth-century women’s history and literature.Finkin, Jordan D.2016 1-4955-0519-7 288 pages
Dr. Finkin’s masterful translation of this highly regarded yet underutilized work by Kristoffer Nyrop is an exceptional English presentation of the changing life of words from a renowned Danish linguistGreene-Gantzberg, Vivian1997 0-7734-8621-6 230 pages
This is the first study in English of the life and work of Herman Bang, Danish novelist and avant-courrier of European impressionism. Leading German authors and critics, Thomas Mann, Hermann Hesse, and Robert Musil among them, attest to Bang's contribution to European prose fiction and their personal indebtedness to his narrative style. This study introduces Bang's literary style and places him in the social context of European cultural history. The first part identifies major motifs in his political, literary, and sexual legacies. It interweaves original research based on Bang's heretofore unpublished correspondence with authors, publishers, agents, and translators, and includes critical comments about Bang's reception from newspapers and journals which circulated during his lifetime. By special permission from Edition Spangenberg, an hitherto unpublished excerpt of Klaus Mann's account of Herman Bang's visit to America appears in the original English.Dollerup, Cay1975 0-7734-0515-1 181 pages
A rare work on the integration of history, culture and political literature in the works of Shakespeare.Dollerup, Cay1975 0-7734-0660-3 164 pages
Groundbreaking work on the integration of history, culture and political literature in the works of Shakespeare.Bradley, S.A.J.1998 0-7734-8261-X 140 pages
This edition provides a critical English translation of the 16th-century Danish work that is the epitome or summary of part of the original "Mandeville's Travels".