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Weinstein, Frida Scheps., trans. by Barbara Loeb Kennedy

Published by Hill & Wang, nd (1985), c1985, (1985)

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About this Item: Hill & Wang, nd (1985), c1985, 1985. 1st Edition, boards & cloth w/gilt spine titles, fine w/dj, 151 pp, 8vo, 'A Jewish Girl's Sanctuary in a French Convent, 1942-1945'. Seller Inventory # 24963

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Barbara Benjamin (Author); Joseph F. Girzone (Foreword by)

Published by Nepperhan Press LLC., Yonkers, NY (2009)

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About this Item: Nepperhan Press LLC., Yonkers, NY, 2009. Trade Paperback. Condition: Brand New. Barbara Benjamin (Cover Painting); Karen Weinstein (Book Design) (illustrator). 1st Edition. 133 pp. Book in pristine state. Seller Inventory # 4iCi0023

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Weinstein, Frida Scheps (translated by Barbara Loeb Kennedy)

Published by First U.S. edition, 1985. Published by Hill and Wang, New York. (1985)

ISBN 10: 0809054442 ISBN 13: 9780809054442

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About this Item: First U.S. edition, 1985. Published by Hill and Wang, New York., 1985. Near fine with near fine dust jacket. Dust jacket is very lightly bumped at bottom front edge near spine. 151 pages. Seller Inventory # 10838

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Editor Apryl Skies

Published by Edgar Lenore s Publishing House, United States (2014)

ISBN 10: 0985471557 ISBN 13: 9780985471552

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About this Item: Edgar Lenore s Publishing House, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This full color edition of Edgar Allan Poet Journal #2, edited and arranged by Apryl Skies presents a unique blend of literature on the themes of music, art and philosophy by writers artists on a global scale. The vast and intriguing voices include poetry, prose and flash fiction and with a series of artwork, photography collages and paintings. The contemporaries of this volume include: Alexis Rhone Fancher, Adirian Ernesto Cepeda, Angel Uriel Perales, Angela Consolo Mankiewicz, Anne Tammel, Annette Marie Hyder, April Michelle Bratten, B. J. Buckley, Barbara H. Moore, Bryan Story, Carl Scharwath, Carolyn Ziel, Catfish McDaris, Cindy Weinstein, Colleen McLaughlin, Cristina Umpfenbach - Smyth, Daniel N. Flanagan, Danny Baker, David F. Marsee, David McIntire, Debbie Lee, Diane Dehler, E.L. Freifeld, Eli Spivakovsky, Emily Fernandez, Faith Mingus, Felix Alvarez, Francesca Castano, Gabor G. Gyukics, Gordon Hilgers, Helene Cardona, J.R. Phillips, J.T. Williams, Jan Steckel, Janet Snell, Jesse Minkert, Jonathan Taylor, Joseph Sale, Judith Skillman, Kevin M. Hibshman, LeAnne Hunt, Leila A. Fortier, Lois Michal Unger, Lynn Bronstein, Maja Trochimczyk, Marian Webb, Marie Lecrivain, Melissa Studdard, Micheal O Coinn, Michael Wayne Holland, Michael Foldes, Raquel Reyes-Lopez, Rich Follett, Rick Stepp-Bolling, Rizwan Saeed Ahmed, Scott C. Kaestner, Steven Hartman, Susan M. Botich, Terrence Sykes, Thomas Kent, Tomas O Carthaigh, Tom Pescatore, Tony Magistrale, William Crawford. Seller Inventory # APC9780985471552

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Editor Apryl Skies

Published by Edgar Lenore s Publishing House, United States (2014)

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About this Item: Edgar Lenore s Publishing House, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This full color edition of Edgar Allan Poet Journal #2, edited and arranged by Apryl Skies presents a unique blend of literature on the themes of music, art and philosophy by writers artists on a global scale. The vast and intriguing voices include poetry, prose and flash fiction and with a series of artwork, photography collages and paintings. The contemporaries of this volume include: Alexis Rhone Fancher, Adirian Ernesto Cepeda, Angel Uriel Perales, Angela Consolo Mankiewicz, Anne Tammel, Annette Marie Hyder, April Michelle Bratten, B. J. Buckley, Barbara H. Moore, Bryan Story, Carl Scharwath, Carolyn Ziel, Catfish McDaris, Cindy Weinstein, Colleen McLaughlin, Cristina Umpfenbach - Smyth, Daniel N. Flanagan, Danny Baker, David F. Marsee, David McIntire, Debbie Lee, Diane Dehler, E.L. Freifeld, Eli Spivakovsky, Emily Fernandez, Faith Mingus, Felix Alvarez, Francesca Castano, Gabor G. Gyukics, Gordon Hilgers, Helene Cardona, J.R. Phillips, J.T. Williams, Jan Steckel, Janet Snell, Jesse Minkert, Jonathan Taylor, Joseph Sale, Judith Skillman, Kevin M. Hibshman, LeAnne Hunt, Leila A. Fortier, Lois Michal Unger, Lynn Bronstein, Maja Trochimczyk, Marian Webb, Marie Lecrivain, Melissa Studdard, Micheal O Coinn, Michael Wayne Holland, Michael Foldes, Raquel Reyes-Lopez, Rich Follett, Rick Stepp-Bolling, Rizwan Saeed Ahmed, Scott C. Kaestner, Steven Hartman, Susan M. Botich, Terrence Sykes, Thomas Kent, Tomas O Carthaigh, Tom Pescatore, Tony Magistrale, William Crawford. Seller Inventory # APC9780985471552

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Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 1571135324 ISBN 13: 9781571135322

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of auteurist filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, expressionist film, has been taken as synonymous with the cinema of the entire period. But in recent decades, such reductive assessments have been challenged by developments in film theory and archival research that highlight the tremendous richness and diversity of Weimar cinema. This widening of focus has brought attention to issues such as film as commodity; questions of technology and genre; transnational collaborations and national identity; effects of changes in socioeconomics and gender roles on film spectatorship; and connections between film and other arts and media. Such shifts have been accompanied by archival research that has made a cornucopia of new information available, now augmented by the increased availability of films from the period on DVD. This wealth of new source material calls for a re-evaluation of Weimar cinema that considers the legacies of lesser-known directors and producers, popular genres, experiments of the artistic avant-garde, and nonfiction films, all of which are aspects attended to by the essays in this volume. Contributors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Jaimey Fisher, Veronika Fuechtner, Joseph Garncarz, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Richard W. McCormick, Nancy P. Nenno, Elizabeth Otto, Mihaela Petrescu, Theodore F. Rippey, Christian Rogowski, Jill Smith, Philipp Stiasny, Chris Wahl, Cynthia Walk, Valerie Weinstein, Joel Westerdale. Christian Rogowski is Professor of German at Amherst College. Seller Inventory # AAH9781571135322

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Published by Edgar & Lenore's Publishing House

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About this Item: Edgar & Lenore's Publishing House. Paperback. Condition: New. 108 pages. Dimensions: 11.0in. x 8.5in. x 0.3in.This full color edition of Edgar Allan Poet Journal 2, edited and arranged by Apryl Skies presents a unique blend of literature on the themes of music, art and philosophy by writers and artists on a global scale. The vast and intriguing voices include poetry, prose and flash fiction and with a series of artwork, photography collages and paintings. The contemporaries of this volume include: Alexis Rhone Fancher, Adirian Ernesto Cepeda, Angel Uriel Perales, Angela Consolo Mankiewicz, Anne Tammel, Annette Marie Hyder, April Michelle Bratten, B. J. Buckley, Barbara H. Moore, Bryan Story, Carl Scharwath, Carolyn Ziel, Catfish McDaris, Cindy Weinstein, Colleen McLaughlin, Cristina Umpfenbach Smyth, Daniel N. Flanagan, Danny Baker, David F. Marsee, David McIntire, Debbie Lee, Diane Dehler, E. L. Freifeld, Eli Spivakovsky, Emily Fernandez, Faith Mingus, Felix Alvarez, Francesca Castao, Gabor G. Gyukics, Gordon Hilgers, Hlne Cardona, J. R. Phillips, J. T. Williams, Jan Steckel, Janet Snell, Jesse Minkert, Jonathan Taylor, Joseph Sale, Judith Skillman, Kevin M. Hibshman, LeAnne Hunt, Leila A. Fortier, Lois Michal Unger, Lynn Bronstein, Maja Trochimczyk, Marian Webb, Marie Lecrivain, Melissa Studdard, Michel Coinn, Michael Wayne Holland, Michael Foldes, Raquel Reyes-Lopez, Rich Follett, Rick Stepp-Bolling, Rizwan Saeed Ahmed, Scott C. Kaestner, Steven Hartman, Susan M. Botich, Terrence Sykes, Thomas Kent, Toms Crthaigh, Tom Pescatore, Tony Magistrale, and William Crawford. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780985471552

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Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States (2011)

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of auteurist filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, expressionist film, has been taken as synonymous with the cinema of the entire period. But in recent decades, such reductive assessments have been challenged by developments in film theory and archival research that highlight the tremendous richness and diversity of Weimar cinema. This widening of focus has brought attention to issues such as film as commodity; questions of technology and genre; transnational collaborations and national identity; effects of changes in socioeconomics and gender roles on film spectatorship; and connections between film and other arts and media. Such shifts have been accompanied by archival research that has made a cornucopia of new information available, now augmented by the increased availability of films from the period on DVD. This wealth of new source material calls for a re-evaluation of Weimar cinema that considers the legacies of lesser-known directors and producers, popular genres, experiments of the artistic avant-garde, and nonfiction films, all of which are aspects attended to by the essays in this volume. Contributors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Jaimey Fisher, Veronika Fuechtner, Joseph Garncarz, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Richard W. McCormick, Nancy P. Nenno, Elizabeth Otto, Mihaela Petrescu, Theodore F. Rippey, Christian Rogowski, Jill Smith, Philipp Stiasny, Chris Wahl, Cynthia Walk, Valerie Weinstein, Joel Westerdale. Christian Rogowski is Professor of German at Amherst College. Seller Inventory # AAH9781571135322

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Published by Camden House (NY)

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About this Item: Camden House (NY). Paperback. Condition: New. 368 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 1.1in.Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of auteurist filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, expressionist film, has been taken as synonymous with the cinema of the entire period. But in recent decades, such reductive assessments have been challenged by developments in film theory and archival research that highlight the tremendous richness and diversity of Weimar cinema. This widening of focus has brought attention to issues such as film as commodity; questions of technology and genre; transnational collaborations and national identity; effects of changes in socioeconomics and gender roles on film spectatorship; and connections between film and other arts and media. Such shifts have been accompanied by archival research that has made a cornucopia of new information available, now augmented by the increased availability of films from the period on DVD. This wealth of new source material calls for a re-evaluation of Weimar cinema that considers the legacies of lesser-known directors and producers, popular genres, experiments of the artistic avant-garde, and nonfiction films, all of which are aspects attended to by the essays in this volume. Contributors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Jaimey Fisher, Veronika Fuechtner, Joseph Garncarz, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Richard W. McCormick, Nancy P. Nenno, Elizabeth Otto, Mihaela Petrescu, Theodore F. Rippey, Christian Rogowski, Jill Smith, Philipp Stiasny, Chris Wahl, Cynthia Walk, Valerie Weinstein, Joel Westerdale. Christian Rogowski is Professor of German at Amherst College. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781571135322

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CRANE, Barbara, John F. Miller, and Claire Wolf Krantz

Published by FlatfilePhotography Gallery, Chicago (2002)

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About this Item: FlatfilePhotography Gallery, Chicago, 2002. First ediiton. Oblong softcover. 12 pages. Number 15 of only 60 copies. Foreword by Michael A. Weinstein. Essay by Claire Wolf Krantz. Includes 12 color images with 7 by Crane and 5 by Miller and a black and white portrait of them together. A very near fine copy in spiral bound wrappers in a near fine printed cardboard folder. Signed by both Crane and Miller on the verso of the front cover. Scarce, with no copies listed in OCLC. Seller Inventory # 152212

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Barbara F. Hales, Mihaela Petrescu, Valerie Weinstein

Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States (2016)

ISBN 10: 1571139354 ISBN 13: 9781571139351

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2016. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Hitler s Machtergreifung, or seizure of power, on January 30, 1933, marked the end of the Weimar Republic and the beginning of the Third Reich, and German film scholarship has generally accepted this date as the break between Weimar and Nazi-era film as well. This collection of essays interrogates the continuities and discontinuities in German cinema before and after January 1933 and their relationship to the various crises of the years 1928 to 1936 in seven areas: politics, the economy, concepts of race and ethnicity, the making of cinema stars, genre cinema, film technologies and aesthetics, and German-international film relations. Focusing both on canonical and lesser-known works, the essays analyze a representative sample of films and genres from the period. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of Weimar and Third Reich cinema and of the sociopolitical, economic, racial, artistic, and technological spheres in both late Weimar and the early Third Reich, as well as to film scholars in general. Contributors: Paul Flaig, Margrit Froelich, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Bastian Heinsohn, Brook Henkel, Kevin B. Johnson, Owen Lyons, Richard W. McCormick, Kalani Michell, Mihaela Petrescu, Christian Rogowski, Valerie Weinstein, Wilfried Wilms. Barbara Hales is Associate Professor of History at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Mihaela Petrescu is Visiting Lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh. Valerie Weinstein is Assistant Professor of Women s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and German Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Seller Inventory # LIB9781571139351

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Barbara F. Hales, Mihaela Petrescu, Valerie Weinstein

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2016. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Hitler s Machtergreifung, or seizure of power, on January 30, 1933, marked the end of the Weimar Republic and the beginning of the Third Reich, and German film scholarship has generally accepted this date as the break between Weimar and Nazi-era film as well. This collection of essays interrogates the continuities and discontinuities in German cinema before and after January 1933 and their relationship to the various crises of the years 1928 to 1936 in seven areas: politics, the economy, concepts of race and ethnicity, the making of cinema stars, genre cinema, film technologies and aesthetics, and German-international film relations. Focusing both on canonical and lesser-known works, the essays analyze a representative sample of films and genres from the period. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of Weimar and Third Reich cinema and of the sociopolitical, economic, racial, artistic, and technological spheres in both late Weimar and the early Third Reich, as well as to film scholars in general. Contributors: Paul Flaig, Margrit Froelich, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Bastian Heinsohn, Brook Henkel, Kevin B. Johnson, Owen Lyons, Richard W. McCormick, Kalani Michell, Mihaela Petrescu, Christian Rogowski, Valerie Weinstein, Wilfried Wilms. Barbara Hales is Associate Professor of History at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Mihaela Petrescu is Visiting Lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh. Valerie Weinstein is Assistant Professor of Women s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and German Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Seller Inventory # LIB9781571139351

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Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States (2010)

ISBN 10: 1571134298 ISBN 13: 9781571134295

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of auteurist filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, expressionist film, has been taken as synonymous with the cinema of the entire period. But in recent decades, such reductive assessments have been challenged by developments in film theory and archival research that highlight the tremendous richness and diversity of Weimar cinema. This widening of focus has brought attention to issues such as film as commodity; questions of technology and genre; transnational collaborations and national identity; effects of changes in socioeconomics and gender roles on film spectatorship; and connections between film and other arts and media. Such shifts have been accompanied by archival research that has made a cornucopia of new information available, now augmented by the increased availability of films from the period on DVD. This wealth of new source material calls for a re-evaluation of Weimar cinema that considers the legacies of lesser-known directors and producers, popular genres, experiments of the artistic avant-garde, and nonfiction films, all of which are aspects attended to by the essays in this volume. Contributors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Jaimey Fisher, Veronika Fuechtner, Joseph Garncarz, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Richard W. McCormick, Nancy P. Nenno, Elizabeth Otto, Mihaela Petrescu, Theodore F. Rippey, Christian Rogowski, Jill Smith, Philipp Stiasny, Chris Wahl, Cynthia Walk, Valerie Weinstein, Joel Westerdale. Christian Rogowski is Professor of German at Amherst College. Seller Inventory # AAH9781571134295

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Published by Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States (2010)

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About this Item: Boydell Brewer Ltd, United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of auteurist filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, expressionist film, has been taken as synonymous with the cinema of the entire period. But in recent decades, such reductive assessments have been challenged by developments in film theory and archival research that highlight the tremendous richness and diversity of Weimar cinema. This widening of focus has brought attention to issues such as film as commodity; questions of technology and genre; transnational collaborations and national identity; effects of changes in socioeconomics and gender roles on film spectatorship; and connections between film and other arts and media. Such shifts have been accompanied by archival research that has made a cornucopia of new information available, now augmented by the increased availability of films from the period on DVD. This wealth of new source material calls for a re-evaluation of Weimar cinema that considers the legacies of lesser-known directors and producers, popular genres, experiments of the artistic avant-garde, and nonfiction films, all of which are aspects attended to by the essays in this volume. Contributors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Jaimey Fisher, Veronika Fuechtner, Joseph Garncarz, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Richard W. McCormick, Nancy P. Nenno, Elizabeth Otto, Mihaela Petrescu, Theodore F. Rippey, Christian Rogowski, Jill Smith, Philipp Stiasny, Chris Wahl, Cynthia Walk, Valerie Weinstein, Joel Westerdale. Christian Rogowski is Professor of German at Amherst College. Seller Inventory # AAH9781571134295

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Rogowski, Christian

Published by Boydell & Brewer Ltd (2010)

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About this Item: Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2010. Condition: Brand new. Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of auteurist filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, "expressionist film," has been taken as synonymou s with the cinema of the entire period. But in recent decades, such reductive assessments have been challenged by developments in film theory and archival research that highlight the tremendous richness and diversity of Weimar cin ema. This widening of focus has brought attention to issues such as film as commodity; questions of technology and genre; transnational collaborations and national identity; effects of changes in socioeconomics and gender roles on film spectatorship; and connections between film and other arts and media. Such shifts have been accompanied by archival research that has made a cornucopia of new information available, now augmented by the increased availabilit y of films from the period on DVD. This wealth of new source material calls for a re-evaluation of Weimar cinema that considers the legacies of lesser-known directors and producers, popular genres, experiments of the artistic avan t-garde, and nonfiction films, all of which are aspects attended to by the essays in this volume. Contributors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Jaimey Fisher, Veronika Fuechtner, Joseph Garncarz, Barbara Hales, Anjeana Hans, Richard W. McCormick, Nancy P. Nenno, Elizabeth Otto, Mihaela Petrescu, Theodore F. Rippey, Christian Rogowski, Jill Smith, Philipp Stiasny, Chris Wahl, Cynthia Walk, Valerie Weinstein, Joel Westerdale. Christian Rogowski is Prof essor of German at Amherst College. Seller Inventory # 9129

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