Even early translations of two of Whitman's stories into German were published in a literary magazine at the end of the nineteenth-century, and there may be much that remains to be revealed not only about the publication of such translations in periodicals, but about the circulation and potential reprinting
of them as well.
It was not only a question of reprinting
British works, although that was a major consideration.
11) Taking "Death in the School-Room" as an example, this modest number of reprints is certainly evidence of interest by editors and readers in the poet's fiction, but this publication history does not suggest widespread popularity or liberal extraction and reprinting
the 1852 account of what foods the ancients consumed and how it was prepared; Frederich Nietzsche's Twilight Of The Idols And The Antichrist (0486434605, $5.
The inarguable convenience of having the papers of our colleagues between two covers must, however, be weighed against the cost of the volumes and the apparently irresistible policy of reprinting
all of a scholar's papers on a particular theme.
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