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Robert Kroetsch: Essays on His Works
These essays span the period of Kroetsch's writing. Included are previously published and new essays...
David Solway: Essays on His Works
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Writing Our Way Home
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Letters from the Land of Fear: Intimacy, Beauty and Death in Central Asia
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Stendhal states quite clearly that he has translated The Life of Mozart by a German author named Adolph Schlichtengroll. Actually, he worked from a text published in Paris in 1801 entitled by a certain C. Winckler. As for Winckler, he states that he had much recourse to the "necrology" by Schlichtengroll. And so the little hoax perpetrated by Stendhal is revealed: he indicates a source text which he absolutely did not consult and makes no mention of the actual text he copied almost to the letter.
The Life of Mozart

Stendhal, Daniel Sloate
2000
The Life of Mozart
Sarah & Abraham: The Search for Miracles and the Stuttering Poet
Parallel to Life
Incontro: University and Mass Media
Quêtes: Textes d'auteurs italo-québécois
Jack Hodgins: Essays on His Works
Looking Through My Mother's Eyes: Life Stories of Nine Italian Immigrant Women in Canada
Accidental Genius: The Pantheon of Modern American Poets
A Small Map of Experience: Reflections & Aphorisms
Devils in Paradise: Writing on Post-Emigrant Culture
Remembering Shakespeare: The Scope of His Achievement from ‘Hamlet' through ‘The Tempest'
Alden Nowlan: Essays on His Works
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