Contract notice for Provision of Landscaping work - Erich kastner
school, brstadt - restoration main building 3rd degree - outdoor facilities.
The German film nights continue on June 24 with the 2001 family adventure Emil and the Detectives, based on the book by Erich Kastner
In some cases, such as Erich Kastner
, the ban initially concerned specific texts while other works were still being printed and sold.
Emil and the Detectives by Erich Kastner
with the original Walter Trier drawings but thankfully re-mastered typesetting is the latest.
Emil Tischbein and his gang of child "detectives" have long been the heroes of many a child, ever since they were first penned by Erich Kastner
eighty-five years ago, in Emil and the Detectives.
Red Earth Theatre serve up an action packed family adventure at the mac based on the acclaimed Emil and The Detectives by Erich Kastner
They seem too well versed in the milieu they come out of beyond the world of music, including people of the time such as painter Otto Dix, novelist Erich Kastner
, and journalist and satirist Kurt Tucholsky.
In 1929 he was elected Vice-Chairman of the Association of Illustrators of Germany and the same year illustrated the classic children's book Emil and the Detectives by Erich Kastner
(the first of 15 titles he would illustrate for the author between 1929 and 1951).
Brittnacher's assessment of the under-researched and underrated Berlin poetry published by Mascha Kaleko in the late Weimar Republic, which can be compared to the satirical poetry of the 'Alltag' popularized by male contemporaries such as Erich Kastner
and Walter Mehring and which belongs to the Neue Sachlichkeit in its simplicity of form and conscious accessibility, is illuminating.
The twelve chapters discuss some of Weimar's most popular politically active novelist s, most of them on the critical left: Heinrich Mann, Lion Feuchtwanger, Erich Maria Remarque, Alfred Doblin or Hans Fallada, with the notable absence of Erich Kastner
The list is incomplete; there are omissions based either on my particular taste or imperfect knowledge: Werner Bergengrun, Ernst Bertram, Wolf Biermann, Georg Britting, Hans Carossa, Theodor Daubler, Peter Gan, Albrecht Goes, Ivan Goll, Rudolf Hagelstange, Max Hermann-Niesse, Hermann Hesse, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Friedrich Georg Junger, Erich Kastner
, Klabund (pseudonym of Alfred Henschke), Karl Krolow, Wilhem Lehmann, Oskar Loerke, Otto zur Linde, Agnes Miegel, Alfred Mombert, Christian Morgenstern (other than that fishy nonverbal piece), Joachim Ringelnatz, Friedrich Schnack, Wilhelm von Scholz, Rudolf Alexander Schroder, August Stramm, Josef Weinheber, Konrad Weiss, Anton Wildgans, Georg von der Wring, and Carl Zuckmayer.
Others, by contrast, offer, at least for this reviewer, truly original and interesting insights, especially the chapters on the debate between Thomas Mann and Erich Kastner
on the concept of "inner emigration" and the chapters on the contrast between a "culture of guilt" as represented by Karl Jaspers and a "culture of shame" as represented by former Nazis such as Martin Heidegger, Ernst Junger, and Carl Schmitt.