4 edition of Ballads, A Legend Of The Rhine, Etc. found in the catalog.
October 9, 2007
by Gardner Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||364|
Ballads, Studies from Nature, Sonnets, etc. illustrated by the author and L. Alma Tadema. A Poet’s Harvest Home. – Autobiographical Notes of the life of William Bell Scott. Synopsis: Divided into nine parts, followed by some miscellaneous poems, Ancient Ballads and Legends of Hindustan is an unfinished volume of original poems written by Toru Dutt in English. It contains a total of sixteen poems, some of which are Sanskrit translations of ancient Indian myths and legends. Review: It is important to mention 'in English' because these poems were written/translated 4/5(1).
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Translates to: Rhenish legend circle. A ciclus of romances, ballads and legends of the Rhine, edited according to historical sources.
Hardcover with decorated cloth (see images below), measuring about 8 7/8 inches by 10 1/2 inches. 65 pages and with 21 plates (all present) after drawings by A.
Rethel of Dusseldorf (his first book contribution. The Rhine and Its Legends Paperback – October 1, by Alfred J. Pearson (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings/5(2). out of 5 stars Legends of the Rhine: a book Ballads read to your children.
Reviewed in the United States on J Legends of the Rhine is one of the finest books you can read and read A Legend Of The Rhine your children, it tells the story of one the most amazing rivers in Europe.
It has tales of knights, monsters, and maidens/5(10). This is a book of folk legends and folk lore from the Rhine region of Germany. They are generally about folk legends or supernatural beings interacting with normal people--like sirens on the Rhine, or why a certain knight has a certain coat-of-arms/5(7).
Ballads, a legend of the Rhine, etc The Heidenmauer, or, The Benedictines [microform]: a legend of the Rhine / by the author of "The prairi The legends of the Rhine from Basle to Rotterdam. Condition: vg. VOLS. 5 & 6 of Contains: Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush, The History of Samuel Titmarsh, Great Hoggarty Diamond, Legend of the Rhine, etc.
2 VOLS. b/w illustrations; text clean, many pages unopened, previous owner name front endpages; top edges gilt; wear to edges of green cloth covers with gilt decor + lettering to. Essential elements of the legend of Lorelei are attributed to romantic poet and novelist Clemens Brentano, but it became famous after Heinrich Heine published a poem Die Loreley.
In this ballad Lorelei (Loreley) is a daughter of old Father Rhine, lives in a depths of the rover and singing tempting songs in the evenings, sitting on the rock. An old legend envisioned dwarfs living in caves in the rock.
InGerman author Clemens Brentano composed his ballad Zu Bacharach am Rheine as part of a fragmentary continuation of his novel Godwi oder Das steinerne Bild der Mutter.
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Ballads of courageous Carolinians; some versified legends of the old North state founded upon fact, fancy and fiction,(Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton printing co., ), by Marshall De Lancey Haywood (page images at HathiTrust). Rebecca and Rowena, a Romance upon Romance, by Mr.
Michael Angelo Titmarsh (ill. by Doyle, Richard). Rptd. with Jeames’s Diary and A Legend of the Rhine, New York, Also, in Miscellanies, vol. III,and with A Legend of the Rhine (Burlesques), The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. 3 vols. Available now at - Maroon Leather - Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, London - Book Condition: Very Good - Not Stated Presumed First Edition.
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The ballads, both Faroese and Dan belong to a fifth stage in the life of heroic legend in the North; but their origin and history is by no means so clear as that of the Rímur, and it is at present impossible to assign even approximate dates to more than a .Finally, there are book collectors, eager to own all the major works on John Henry, as well as the countless printed versions of the ballad.
That's where you and I come in. But first, some history. When we talk about "John Henry," we may be referring to a ballad, a work song, a folk hero, or a legend.The legend of the nixie of Seebach is one of gloom and tragedy, albeit as charming as most of the Rhine tales.
It was the custom among the young people of Seebach to assemble of an evening in the spinning-room, which on the occasion about to be dealt with was in the house of the richest and most distinguished family in the country.