Franz Grillparzer

Franz Grillparzer: Selected full-text books and articles

King Ottocar, His Rise and Fall: Tragedy in Five Acts By Franz Grillparzer; Arthur Burkhard The Register Press, 1962
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Hero and Leander, Tragedy in Five Acts By Franz Grillparzer; Arthur Burkhard The Register Press, 1962
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Sappho: Tragedy in Five Acts By Franz Grillparzer; Arthur Burkhard Register Press, 1953
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FREE! The German Classics: Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English By The German Publication Society German Publication Society, vol.6, 1914
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German Men of Letters By Alex Natan Oswald Wolff, vol.1, 1961
A History of the German Novelle By E. K. Bennett; H. M. Waidson University Press, 1961 (2nd edition)
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