Austrian literature

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Austrian literature:

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works in the German language by German, Austrian, Austro-Hungarian, and Swiss authors, as well as by writers of German in other countries. Old and Middle High German: From Early to Medieval Literature

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The type of graphic exposition he introduced was then uncommon in the Austrian literature, with the few diagrams appearing previously in Hayek's Prices and Production ([1931] 1935, pp.
By maintaining posts of two assistant professors for Austrian literature and culture in Skopje and Tetovo we strive to assure that both of the great ethnic groups can profit from this cooperation.
Perhaps he could benefit from reading some of the Austrian literature on this subject: Boettke and Prychitko (1998), Cowen and Parker (1997), Ebeling (1985, 1990), Ekelund and Sauman (1988), Fink (1982), Foss and Mahnke (2000), Foss and Christensen (2001), Gordon (1995), Kirzner (1982, 1992, 1997), Lachmann (1976, 1977), Langlois (2001), Robertson and Yu (2001), Thornton (1994), Wagner (1989), Yeager (1986).
For this reason, quite a lot of Austrian crime novels, especially those written by women, are not typical examples of the genre--which makes it hard to market them correctly, since Austrian literature in general is full of corpses and violence.
For us it's an instrument to get important Austrian literature translated," Rauchbauer said.
Her research interests include literary and textual theory, gender, performativity, migration studies, and contemporary Austrian literature.
While living in Prague I formed the habit of spending the afternoons at the Goethe Institute on the right bank of the Vltava; there, in a palatial nineteenth-century building, I could browse through the entire range of German and Austrian literature and there too, one day, I came across Bernhard's last novel, aptly entitled Extinction (Auslogchung).
The course will examine the discourse of love, marriage and adultery in German and Austrian literature and film of the 19th and 20th century.
Fritz Peter Knapp's extensive, well-produced, readable and (since it may also be seen as a reference work) usable book is unusual as a literary history primarily because of its regionalist approach, as part of a projected seven-volume history of Austrian literature.
Also, the Austrian literature has begun to be cited in notable non-Austrian works.
Modern Austrian literature through the lens of adaptation.

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