Schiller's Jungfrau Von Orleans

Schiller's Jungfrau Von Orleans

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...more vivid. The time is really past, the conjunction al being used for ba or irtbem. 1. 171. Bofyemertpetb, for SBofjmin, is equivalent to gigeunerin, gypsy. The use of the word in this sense is not common in German, being imitated from the French, bohemien.--mid? an, for an muf) fyercut. 1. 172. fagt mid? ins 2lltg, C fd?arf, looked at me searchingly. The original idea was not "catch" or "grasp," but put in, contain, as a vat, and then receive, take up. I.173. (Sefell, tny goodfellozv. 1. 174. Da 1 Here! 1. 175. Um etrt (Scringes, tic, for a mere trifle you can buy it. 1. 176. att3enfrtecfytcn, a corruption for anb8fned)t, owing to the popular etymology which supposed it to mean "soldier with lances.' The word really denoted the German mercenaries ($nedjten au bem?cmbe, i.e. Germany), as distinguished from the Swiss. 1. 177. braticfye... bes elmes, braudjeit frequently takes a genitive when it means " to need" (bebiirfen), but usually an accusative when it means use (gebraiicfyeit). 1. 180. braucfyt, the present tense has here a future meaning. 1. 181. jeO, from ie = je and zuo = U, whence i o and jeO = je t, is archaic. The word is used constantly in poetry for the sake of the meter. 1. 184. er, the subject of tt)Xx, to be understood after fjaupts. The auxiliary fein is sometimes omitted. 1. 186. woa, from tnagen (not nriegen). The writing of tvixqen for ttegen rests upon the false assumption that the verb is derived from 2Bage, scales, balance, instead of from the M.H.G. verb 'wegen' move, later, weigh. 1. 190. in Vfdnben, for the prose in ben cirtben. Page 11.--line 191. Was frommt eud? btes (Serdte, What good will this thing do you? The original...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236806506
  • 9781236806505