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Russian Last Romantics
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The American Canon: Literary Genius from Emerso...
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Our foremost literary critic on our most essential writers, from Emerson and Whitman to Hurston and Ellison, from Faulkner and O'Connor to Ursula K. LeGuin and Philip Roth. No critic has better understood the ways writers influence one another-how literary traditions are made-and no writer has helped readers understand this better, than Harold Bloom. Over the course of a remarkable sixty-year career, in such bestselling books as The Western Canon, Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human, and How to Read and Why, Bloom brought enormous insight and infectious enthusiasm to the great writers of the Western tradition, from Shakespeare and Cervantes to the British Romantics and the Russian masters. Now, for the first time, comes a collection of his brilliant writings about the American tradition, the ultimate guide to our nation's literature. Assembled with David Mikics (Slow Reading in a Hurried Age), this unprecedented collection gathers five decades' worth of Bloom's writings- much of it hard to find and long unavailable-including essays, occasional pieces, and introductions as well as excerpts from his books. It offers deep readings of 47 essential American writers, reflecting on the surprising ways they have influenced each other across more than two centuries. The story it tells, of American literature as a recurring artistic struggle for selfhood, speaks to the passion and power of the American spirit. All of the visionary American writers who have long preoccupied Bloom―Emerson and Whitman, Hawthorne and Melville, and Dickinson, Faulkner, Crane, Frost, Stevens, and Bishop―make their appearance in The American Canon, along with Hemingway, James, O'Connor, Ellison, Hurston, Le Guin, Ashbery and many others. Bloom's passion for these classic writers is contagious, and he reminds readers how they have shaped our sense of who we are, and how they can summon us to be better versions of ourselves. Bloom, Mikics writes, "is still our most inspirational critic, still the man who can enlighten us by telling us to read as if our lives depended on it: Because, he insists, they do." For readers who want to deepen their appreciation of American literature, there's no better place to start than The American Canon.

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The American Canon: Literary Genius from Emerso...
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Our foremost literary critic on our most essential writers, from Emerson and Whitman to Hurston and Ellison, from Faulkner and O'Connor to Ursula K. LeGuin and Philip Roth. No critic has better understood the ways writers influence one another-how literary traditions are made-and no writer has helped readers understand this better, than Harold Bloom. Over the course of a remarkable sixty-year career, in such bestselling books as The Western Canon, Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human, and How to Read and Why, Bloom brought enormous insight and infectious enthusiasm to the great writers of the Western tradition, from Shakespeare and Cervantes to the British Romantics and the Russian masters. Now, for the first time, comes a collection of his brilliant writings about the American tradition, the ultimate guide to our nation's literature. Assembled with David Mikics (Slow Reading in a Hurried Age), this unprecedented collection gathers five decades' worth of Bloom's writings- much of it hard to find and long unavailable-including essays, occasional pieces, and introductions as well as excerpts from his books. It offers deep readings of 47 essential American writers, reflecting on the surprising ways they have influenced each other across more than two centuries. The story it tells, of American literature as a recurring artistic struggle for selfhood, speaks to the passion and power of the American spirit. All of the visionary American writers who have long preoccupied Bloom―Emerson and Whitman, Hawthorne and Melville, and Dickinson, Faulkner, Crane, Frost, Stevens, and Bishop―make their appearance in The American Canon, along with Hemingway, James, O'Connor, Ellison, Hurston, Le Guin, Ashbery and many others. Bloom's passion for these classic writers is contagious, and he reminds readers how they have shaped our sense of who we are, and how they can summon us to be better versions of ourselves. Bloom, Mikics writes, "is still our most inspirational critic, still the man who can enlighten us by telling us to read as if our lives depended on it: Because, he insists, they do." For readers who want to deepen their appreciation of American literature, there's no better place to start than The American Canon.

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Russian Last Romantics
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Russian Romantics
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Van Cliburn
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Harvey Lavan "Van" Cliburn Jr. (born July 12, 1934), is an American pianist who achieved worldwide recognition in 1958, when at age 23, he won the first quadrennial International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow, at the height of the Cold War. Van Cliburn was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and began taking piano lessons at the age of three from his mother, Rildia Bee O''Bryan Cliburn. O''Bryan was taught by Arthur Friedheim, a pupil of Franz Liszt. At six years old, Cliburn moved with his family to Kilgore, Texas, and at twelve he won a statewide piano competition which enabled him to debut with the Houston Symphony Orchestra. He entered The Juilliard School at age 17, and studied under Rosina Lhévinne, who trained him in the tradition of the great Russian romantics. At age 20, Cliburn won the Leventritt Award, and made his Carnegie Hall debut.

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Vyacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vyacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov (Russian: ) (February 16 (28), 1866 July 16, 1949) was a Russian poet and playwright associated with the movement of Russian Symbolism. He was also a philosopher, translator, and literary critic.Born in Moscow, Ivanov graduated from the First Moscow Gymnasium with a gold medal and entered the Moscow University where he studied history and philosophy under Sir Paul Vinogradoff. In 1886 he moved to the Berlin University to study Roman law and economics under Theodor Mommsen. During his stay in Germany, he absorbed the thoughts of Friedrich Nietzsche and German Romantics, notably Novalis and Friedrich Hölderlin.

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100 wunderbare Solos, Duette und Trios für Gitarre
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Eine einzigartige Sammlung toller Spielstücke für 1 - 3 Gitarren. Spielerisch und mit viel Spass wird die Freude am Zusammenspiel geweckt. Lustige Walzer, Ländler, Tänze, Märsche und Melodien aus aller Welt bieten viel Abwechslung und fördern gezielt spieltechnische Fähigkeiten.Sämtliche Stücke entstanden aus der jahrelangen Unterrichts- und Ensemble-Arbeit und stellen einen wunderbaren Querschnitt des umfangreichen Kompositionsrepertoires des Autors dar. Von daher besitzen sie gleichermassen einen pädagogisch-didaktischen, als auch künstlerischen Wert und eignen sich deshalb hervorragend für das gemeinsame Vorspiel, sowie für den Gruppenunterricht.Der Schwierigkeitsgrad steigert sich im Verlauf allmählich von leicht bis mittelschwer. Die Kompositionen können auch als Solo-Stücke oder im Duo gespielt werden.Inhalt:Abendstimmung Nr. 1 / Evening Mood No. 1Am Meer / At The SeaDrehorgel / The Barrel OrganFröhliche Runde / Happy GatheringFrühlingsstimmung / Spring MoodGruss / GreetingImpressionMaitanz / Dance Into MayLändler / Country DanceMarsch / MarchPolkaRundtanz / Round DanceSpieluhr / Music BoxTräumerei / DreamingWalzer / WaltzWanderlied Nr. 1 / Vagabond Song No. 1Wanderlied Nr. 2 / Vagabond Song No. 2Wiegenlied Nr. 1 / Lullaby No. 1Kosakentanz Nr. 1 / Cossack Dance No. 1In der Taiga / In The TaigaAm Baikalsee / At Baykal LakeKathinkaVäterchen Wanja erzählt / Father Wanja RecountsSpanisches Ständchen / Spanish SerenadeTango ArgentinaTango MarinaAm Paraná / At Paraná RiverE viva EspañaTango JuanitaTango Maria-IsabellaDreamsGuitar-PartyLittle RockHappy BirthdayTake It EasyTango ArabellaAbendrot / AfterglowAbendstimmung Nr. 2 / Evening Mood No. 2Bergeshöh¿ / Top Of The MountainHirtenweise / Shepherd¿s SongSchlittenfahrt / Sleigh RideWiegenlied Nr. 2 / Lullaby No. 2An der Bergquelle / At Mountain SpringAbendstille / Evening SilenceBergromantik Nr. 1 / Mountain Romantics No. 1Gitarrendudler / Guitar YodelerGitarren-Marsch / Guitar MarchIm Wiesengrund / In The MeadowsAuf der Schliersbergalm / On The AlmBergromantik Nr. 2 / Mountain Romantics No. 2Heilige Nacht / Holy NightBergtour / Mountain HikeIm Isartal / In Isar ValleySchliersee-ImpressionWinterabend / Winter EveningStader Landler / Quiet Country DanceAn der Wörnitz / At Woernitz RiverFrühlingswalzer / Spring WaltzRieser Polka / Polka From RiesSchwaben-Polka / Swabian PolkaWörnitz-Polka / Woernitz-River-PolkaHeimatklänge / Sounds Of HomeKosakentanz Nr. 2 / Cossack Dance No. 2Russische Impression / Russian ImpressionSteppenreiter / The RiderAnna-Maria-Walzer / Anna-Maria WaltzBeautiful DayDansk SongLet¿s DanceMargarita (Tango)Puszta DanceSunday In MoscowTeatimeAm Rio Grande / At Rio GrandeAndaluciaSouvenirAdiosBella ItaliaEin Blumenstrauss für dich / Flowers For YouGut aufgelegt / In Good HumourGute Wünsche / Best WishesAdios La PalmaAnnalena-Walzer / Waltz 'Annalena¿Auf der Hazienda / At The HaziendaLa DanzaTrio in A-Moll / Trio In A MinorRomanze 'Dolores' / Romance 'Dolores¿Ungarischer Tanz / Hungarian DanceWalzer Nostalgia / Waltz NostalgiaLago MaggioreTango 'Selina¿TarantellaBauerntanz / Peasant DanceElfenreigen / Fairy DanceGretas Lied / Greta¿s SongJagd / The HuntLustiger Kobold / The Jolly GoblinMondnacht / Moonlit NightNordlicht / Aurora BorealisSonnenaufgang / Sunrise

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Todd, W:  The Familiar Letter as a Literary Gen...
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In the field of Russian literary studies, there is surprisingly little comprehensive, high-quality discussion of independent genres and their effect on the creativity of an era. This important text on the quasi-public 'friendly letter' of nineteenth-century Russia addresses this deficiency. In The Familiar Letter as a Literary Genre in the Age of Pushkin, Todd examines the tradition of familiar letter writing that developed in the early 1800s among the Arzamasians -- a literary circle that included such luminaries as Pushkin, Karamzin, and Turgenev -- and argues that these letters constitute a distinct literary genre. Such letter writing is not original with the Russian Romantics, but the fact that Russia of the 1820s and 1830s developed this genre so powerfully among its finest writers, and integrated French and German prototypes with such skill, makes their practice exemplary. Todd gives a thorough prehistory of the convention of 'correspondence, ' both salon and scientific, in the eighteenth century, with marvelous citations. He then concentrates on the themes, strategies, and autobiographical functions of the letter for several master writers in Pushkin's time; by considering the writers' peculiar working out of semiprivate personae fashioned in public view, one can better understand certain later first-person works like Dostoevsky's Poor Folk and Notes from the Underground, Tolstoy's Confession, and works of Chekhov. This book's scholarship demonstrates that the real literary life and the genuine advance of literary thought in Russia occurred not in journalistic criticism but rather in this correspondence. Written in an accessible style with translations, an annotated list ofthe Arzamasians, an extensive index, and a bibliography, The Familiar Letter as a Literary Genre in the Age of Pushkin is an invaluable work.

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