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By Junger, Ernst; Foreword by Neaman, Elliot; Translated by Hansen, Thomas S.; Hansen, Abby J.
Ernst Junger, one of twentieth-century Germany's most important and controversial writers, faithfully kept a journal during the Second World War in occupied Paris, on the eastern front, and in Germany until its defeat-writings that are of major historical and literary significanc ...
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By Barnes, Louis B.; Christensen, C. Roland; Hansen, Abby J.
Delves into the special role of teacher and students in the case method learning process. This book about case method teaching attempts to show how the method can be applied in a liberal arts setting. It focuses on a range of knotty problems faced by most instructors, experienced ...
By Belting, Hans; Translated by Hansen, Thomas S.; Hansen, Abby J.
The description for this book, Face and Mask: A Double History, will be forthcoming.
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By Menasse, Robert; Translated by Hansen, Thomas S.; Hansen, Abby J.
Robert Menasse, who was born into a Jewish family in Vienna in 1954, speaks with the voice of the generation known as Nachgeborene (those born after). Although fortunate to have escaped the persecution and exile his parents endured, Menasse's stories constantly refract the suffer ...
By Haslinger, Josef; Translated by Hansen, Thomas S.; Hansen, Abby J.
On December 26th an earthquake off Sumatra caused the tsunami that nearly killed the author's family members - along with over 200,000 others in the region, including half of the guests and staff at their resort. This title offers an account of that horrific day and its aftermath ...
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