an'a-lects: Vintage Analects: # (part 1) And Now For Something Completely Different
Bolero Ozon. Brian Melican. German military figures had a certain terrifying glamour,' wrote Patrick Leigh Fermor, recalling views about Germany during the First World War. When, he asked, had the bristling general replaced the 'philosophers and composers and bandsmen and peasants and students drinking and singing in harmony? By following Leigh Fermor, and over eighty other British and North American literary visitors to Germany, this original anthology shows how different generations of English-speakers have depicted this country.
The diary begins Jan. We read of parties she attends, of her work at the German foreign office and later as a nurse in Vienna, interspersed with accounts of air raids and news of the war. As the war goes on, however, the diary depicts the moral education of its author.
William W. Cambridge University Press Bolero Ozon. Hagen , William W. This history of German-speaking central Europe offers a very wide perspective, emphasizing a succession of many-layered communal identities.