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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PT Literature: Germanic (Go to start of category)
PT2637 .A52 H8 1923 [Info] Der Hund von Florenz (in German; Vienna and Leipzig: Herz Verlag, 1923), by Felix Salten (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PT2637 .A52 J6 [Info] Josefine Mutzenbacher: oder, Die Geschichte einer Wienerischen Dirne von ihr Selbst Erzählt (initially published anonymously, later attributed to Salten; in German; from a reprint of a work originally published 1906), by Felix Salten (Gutenberg text and page images)
PT2638 .E4 A8 [Info] Der Aufgang zur Sonne: Hausmärchen (in German; Minden, Westphalia: J. C. C. Bruns, ca. 1903), by Paul Scheerbart
PT2638 .E4 G65 [Info] Das Graue Tuch und Zehn Prozent Weiss: Ein Damenroman (in German; Munich and Berlin: G. Müller, 1914), by Paul Scheerbart
PT2638 .E4 I5 [Info] Immer Mutig! Ein Phantastischer Nilpferderoman mit Dreiundachtzig Merkwürdigen Geschichten (2 volumes in German; Minden, Westphalia: J. C. C. Bruns, 1902), by Paul Scheerbart
PT2638 .E4 L413 [Info] Lesabéndio: Ein Asteroïden-Roman (in German; Munich and Leipzig: G. Müller, 1913), by Paul Scheerbart, illust. by Alfred Rubin
PT2638 .E4 N3 [Info] Na Prost! Phantastischer Königsroman (in German; Berlin and Leipzig: Schuster und Loeffler, 1898), by Paul Scheerbart
PT2638 .N28 T5 [Info] Tier Rang Gewaltig mit Tier: Gedichte (in German; Berlin: E. Rowohlt, 1920), by Anton Schnack
PT2638 .N5 C2 [Info] Casanovas Heimfahrt (in German; Berlin: S. Fischer, 1918), by Arthur Schnitzler (Gutenberg text)
PT2638 .N5 C2 E5 [Info] Casanova's Homecoming, by Arthur Schnitzler, trans. by Eden Paul and Cedar Paul (Gutenberg text)
PT2638 .N5 D3 [Info] The Dead Are Silent (c1907), by Arthur Schnitzler (Gutenberg text)
PT2638 .N5 F713 [Info] Bertha Garlan, by Arthur Schnitzler (Gutenberg text)
PT2638 .N5 G7 [Info] Die Griechische Tänzerin, und Andere Novellen (in German; Berlin: S. Fischer, n.d.), by Arthur Schnitzler (Gutenberg text)
PT2638 .N5 M6 [Info] Der Mörder (in German; Vienna: P. Knepler, n.d.), by Arthur Schnitzler, illust. by Ernst Huber (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT2638 .N5 R4 1903 [Info] Reigen: Zehn Dialoge (third edition, in German; Vienna and Leipzig: Wiener Verlag, 1903), by Arthur Schnitzler (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT2638 .N5 R413 [Info] Hands Around (Reigen): A Cycle of Ten Dialogues (New York: Privately printed for subscribers, 1920), by Arthur Schnitzler, trans. by F. L. Glaser and L. D. Edwards (Gutenberg text)
PT2638 .N5 S3 [Info] Der Schleier der Pierrette: Pantomime in Drei Bildern (in German, without music; Vienna: L. Doblinger, c1910), by Arthur Schnitzler (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT2638 .N5 W413 1913 [Info] The Road to the Open (London: H. Latimer Ltd., 1913), by Arthur Schnitzler, trans. by Horace B. Samuel (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT2638.N5 Z3 1915 [Info] The Lonely Way; Intermezzo; Countess Mizzie: Three Plays (New York: M. Kennerley, 1915), by Arthur Schnitzler, trans. by Edwin Björkman (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT2639 .P6 [Info] Two Little Misogynists (New York: H. Holt and Co., 1922), by Carl Spitteler, trans. by Vicomtesse de Roquette-Buisson, illust. by A. Helene Carter (page images at HathiTrust)
PT2639 .P6 I5 1907 [Info] Imago (in German; Jena: E. Diederichs, 1907), by Carl Spitteler (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PT2639 .P6 I5 1919 [Info] Imago (in German; Jena: E. Diederichs, 1907), by Carl Spitteler (multiple formats at
PT2639 .S7 C8 [Info] Cornelli, by Johanna Spyri (Gutenberg text)
PT2639 .S7 H42 [Info] Heidi, by Johanna Spyri
PT2639 .S7 H42 1922 [Info] Heidi, by Johanna Spyri, illust. by Jessie Willcox Smith (illustrated HTML at CMU)

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