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Fri Mar 21 17:10:01 2014 UTClccn-n886129350.32Eine florentinische Tragödie /0.701.00Notes on George Moore,24969636n 886129352209003Mayerfeld, Max 1875-1940lccn-n79042038Wilde, Oscar1854-1900antothlbtlccn-n80086154Zemlinsky, Alexander1871-1942cmplccn-n80016909Chailly, Riccardo1953-cndprflccn-n91040895Kruse, Heinz(Tenor)prfvoclccn-n94025466Vermillion, Irisprfvoclccn-no97040039Dohmen, Albertprfvoclccn-n79058413Concertgebouworkestprflccn-n80008217Matthews, Colinarrlccn-n80165143Matthews, David1943-arrlccn-n82096226Soffel, DorisprfMeyerfeld, MaxRecords and correspondenceMusical settingsPoetrySourcesHistoryTerms and phrasesDramaBiographyTrials, litigation, etcWilde, Oscar,SufferingGriefEngland--ReadingPrisonersPrisoners' writings, EnglishAuthors, IrishEnglandEnglish literatureBelief and doubtPrisonsDouglas, Alfred Bruce,OperasRoss, Robert Baldwin,ImprisonmentOperas--Vocal scores with pianoSongs (Medium voice) with orchestraWilde, OscarOperas--LibrettosVellum printed booksOperas--ScoresBurns, Robert,Middle WestPublic recordsUnited States.--National Archives and Records Administration.--Great Lakes RegionArchival resourcesGerman language--Foreign elements--EnglishGerman languageEnglish languageTurner, Reggie,Florentinische Tragödie (Zemlinsky, Alexander)Zwerg (Geburtstag der Infantin) (Zemlinsky, Alexander)Impressionism (Art)PaintersFranceSongs (High voice)English dramaMeyerfeld, MaxCorrespondence (Wilde, Oscar)Othello (Fictitious character)De profundis (Wilde, Oscar)Trebitsch, Siegfried,Galsworthy, Ada,Zola, Émile,English prose literatureDuret, Théodore,County Gaol & House of Correction (Reading, England)Clark, Barrett H.--(Barrett Harper),Moore, George,Authors, English18751952189818991903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141916191719181919192019221924192519261928192919301943194419731981198219831984198519871990199119921994199719982001200220092011201220131117107251828.8PR5818ocn038401959ocn001320364ocn039847687ocn818727328ocn781995892ocn004086255ocn003434108ocn015802844ocn003460180ocn174861782ocn002139709ocn009432031ocn015874379ocn679975920ocn312265753ocn008116044ocn868222648ocn859546342ocn699501092ocn456372674ocn051417808ocn468368054ocn742832135ocn233002376ocn070863201ocn123181228ocn070863141ocn041910546ocn072666471ocn072666470ocn721072218ocn072389434ocn072794453ocn721174832ocn718785470ocn724753938ocn725679621ocn864511948ocn725758899ocn725089595ocn459529917ocn44072969312420ocn001320364score19160.81Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische Tragödie : Oper in einem Aufzug : op. 16Musical settings10426ocn221467207book19050.35Wilde, OscarDe ProfundisHistoryTrials, litigation, etcPoetrySourcesRecords and correspondenceWritten from Wilde's prison cell at Reading Gaol to his friend and lover Lord Alfred Douglas, De Profundis explodes the conventions of the traditional love letter and offers a scathing indictment of Douglas's behavior, a mournful elegy for Wilde's own lost greatness, and an impassioned plea for reconciliation. At once a bracingly honest account of ruinous attachment and a profound meditation on human suffering, De Profundis is a classic of gay literature. Richard Ellmann calls De Profundis "a love letter...One of the greatest, and the longest, ever written." This Modern Library Paperback Classics edition contains newly commissioned notes. From the Trade Paperback edition1028ocn003556065book19250.79Wilde, OscarEpistola in carcere et vinculisBiographyRecords and correspondence963ocn038401959rcrd19970.70Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische Tragödie641ocn039847687rcrd19970.47Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische TragödieMusical settings434ocn818727328score20110.95Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische Tragödie : Oper in einem Aufzug, op. 16 (1916)439ocn000747876book19140.63Shakespeare, WilliamOthello, der Mohr von VenedigDrama3612ocn083659481book19050.37Wilde, OscarDe profundis : Aufzeichnungen und Briefe aus dem Zuchthaus in ReadingRecords and correspondence352ocn015803661book19250.79Wilde, OscarLetzte BriefeRecords and correspondence351ocn012287488rcrd19840.81Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische Tragodie op. 16325ocn013942912book19030.79Meyerfeld, MaxVon Sprach und Art der deutschen und engländerTerms and phrases317ocn017212951book19170.95Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische Tragödie : Oper in einem Aufzug : Textbuch314ocn074168790book19070.53Moore, GeorgeErinnerungen an die Impressionisten303ocn040513287book19980.95Zemlinsky, Le nain, Une tragedie florentine284ocn006618310book18990.81Meyerfeld, MaxRobert Burns. Studien zu seiner dichterischen entwicklung269ocn004086255book19040.92Wilde, OscarDie Herzogin von Padua, eine Tragödie aus dem 16. Jahrhundert von Oscar Wilde256ocn028373150book18980.88Meyerfeld, MaxQuellenstudien zu Robert Burns143ocn002139709book19090.70Wilde, OscarÄsthetisches und Polemisches147ocn257270321book19060.32Wilde, OscarEine florentinische Tragödie122ocn051417808rcrd19840.81Zemlinsky, AlexanderEine florentinische Tragödie op. 16 : Oper in einem Aufzug11ocn032437737art19081.00Trebitsch, SiegfriedZur Schulmeisterethik11ocn702148335bks19221.00Clark, Barrett HNotes on George MooreUnbound typescript consisting of three sections: "George Moore," Paris, 1922, and "Further Notes on George Moore," Berlin, 1922, both containing Clark's reminiscenses of Moore and Moore's comments on fellow artists and issues of the time, and specifically the play Esther Waters; the third section, "George Moore and His Friends," n.d., contains typed copies of letters by and about Moore and his friends, with annotations by Clark. Correspondents include Jacques-Emile Blanche, J. T. Grein, Leon Hennique, Edouard Dujardin, Max Meyerfeld, Theodore Duret, and Emile Zola11ocn032437771art19081.00S. JZ̀ur Schulmeisterethik'11ocn038919224mix0.47Galsworthy, JohnRecords and correspondenceCollection consists primarily of two components: Galsworthy's letters to Max Meyerfeld, who translated his plays, such as The Silver Box, into German, and Galsworthy's letters to Joseph Conrad. These letters discuss what both men were writing at the time, and include Galsworthy's criticisms of the Secret Agent. The collection includes letters to other correspondents such as Edward Gosse and Richard Carle, many of them pertaining to Galsworthy's role as the first president of PEN. The collection also contains letters written by Ada Galsworthy to various correspondentsFri Mar 21 15:54:07 EDT 2014batch18018