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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PT Literature: Germanic (Go to start of category)
PT747 .S6 S32 [Info] Der Moderne Roman: Ein Beitrag zur Literaturgeschichte (in German; Osnabrück: G. Pillmener Buchhandlung, 1908), by Carl Schmitt (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PT875.J5 H42 1905 [Info] Himmerlandshistorier (in Danish; Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1905), by Johannes V. Jensen (multiple formats at
PT921 .G623 [Info] Fairy Tales, by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm, trans. by Edgar Taylor and Marian Edwardes (Gutenberg text)
PT921 .G623 [Info] Grimm's Fairy Stories (1922), by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm, illust. by Johnny Gruelle and Robert Emmett Owen (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT921 .G623 [Info] Grimm's Household Tales, by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm, trans. by Edgar Taylor (HTML at
PT921 .G623 [Info] The House in the Wood, and Other Old Fairy Stories (London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co., 1909), by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm, illust. by L. Leslie Brooke (PDF at Wayback Machine)
PT921 .G623 [Info] Household Tales (London: George Bell, 1884), by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm, trans. by Mrs. Alfred William Hunt (Gutenberg text)
PT921 .G623 1886 [Info] Household Stories, From the Collection of the Bros. Grimm (this edition first published 1886), by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm, trans. by Lucy Crane, illust. by Walter Crane (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PT923 .E5 [Info] The English Faust Book, trans. by P. F. Gent (HTML at Perseus)
PT951 .S35 A25 [Info] Das Schlaraffenland in German Literature and Folksong: Social Aspects of an Earthly Paradise, With an Inquiry into its History in European Literature (University of Chicago dissertation, 1944), by Elfriede Marie Ackermann (page images at HathiTrust)
PT1101 .B471 [Info] Göthe und Seine Werke (second edition, in German; Kaliningrad: Bornträger, 1856), by Karl Rosenkranz
PT1113 .F7 [Info] The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English (20 volumes; New York: German Publication Society, c1913-1914), ed. by Kuno Francke (multiple formats at
PT1155 .B7 [Info] A Book of German Lyrics (with extensive English notes), ed. by Friedrich Bruns (Gutenberg text)
PT1160 .E8 H3 [Info] Masterpieces of German Poetry, Translated in the Measure of the Originals (London: Trubner and Co., 1876), trans. by F. H. Hedley, illust. by Louis Wanke (multiple formats at
PT1308 .O8 [Info] Tales From the German, Comprising Specimens From the Most Celebrated Authors (London: Chapman and Hall, 1844), trans. by John Oxenford and C. A. Feiling, contrib. by Johann Karl August Musäus, Friedrich Schiller, Wilhelm Hauff, Karl Leberecht Immermann, C. F. van der Velde, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Heinrich von Kleist, Ludwig Tieck, Jean Paul, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Adam Oehlenschläger, and Heinrich Zschokke
PT1327 .C3 1874 [Info] Tales by Musaeus, Tieck, Richter, Translated From the German (2 volumes; London: Chapman and Hall, 1874), by Johann Karl August Musäus, Ludwig Tieck, and Jean Paul, trans. by Thomas Carlyle
PT1327 .S86 [Info] Stories By Foreign Authors: German, contrib. by Paul Heyse, Rudolf Lindau, Leopold Sacher-Masoch, Rudolf Baumbach, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Heinrich Zschokke, Berthold Auerbach, Leopold Kompert, Wilhelm Hauff, and Adelbert von Chamisso
PT1375 .D4 [Info] Deutsche Texte des Mittelalters (in German) (partial serial archives)
PT1509 .N3 1872 [Info] Sebastian Brands Narrenschiff: Ein Hausschatz zur Ergetzung und Erbauung (some of the woodcuts attributed to Durer; in German; Berlin: F. Lipperheide, 1872), by Sebastian Brant, ed. by Karl Joseph Simrock, illust. by Albrecht Dürer (Volume II: multiple formats at
PT1579 .A3 A7 [Info] The Fall of the Nibelungs, trans. by Margaret Armour (Gutenberg text)
PT1579 .A3 A7 [Info] The Nibelungenlied, trans. by Margaret Armour (PDF at In Parentheses)
PT1579 .A3 N4 [Info] The Nibelungenlied, Translated into Rhymed English Verse in the Metre of the Original, by G. H. Needler (Gutenberg text)
PT1579 .A3 S86 [Info] The Nibelungenlied, trans. by Daniel Bussier Shumway
PT1679 .W8 [Info] Wigalois, der Ritter mit dem Rade (2 volumes in German; Berlin: G. Reimer, 1819), by Wirnt von Grafenberg, ed. by Georg Friedrich Benecke (page images at HathiTrust)
PT1731 .A7 E5 [Info] The Adventurous Simplicissimus (London: W. Heinemann, 1912), by Hans Jakob Christoph von Grimmelshausen, trans. by Alfred Thomas Scrope Goodrick

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