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9781430473299 | Ill edition (Kessinger Pub Co, March 28, 2007), cover price $30.95

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9781890318185 | St Augustine Pr Inc, March 1, 2000, cover price $11.00

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9781401074463 | Xlibris Corp, December 1, 2002, cover price $22.99

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9780704301009 | Texas Bookman, March 1, 1996, cover price $3.98
9780704301047 | Texas Bookman, March 1, 1996, cover price $3.98
9780704301139 | Texas Bookman, March 1, 1996, cover price $3.98

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By Anne Frank House (foreword by), Ernst Schnabel, Clara Winston (trans) and Richard Winston (trans)

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9781904915386 | Southbank Pub, April 1, 2015, cover price $18.95

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In an unspecified future symbolic world of the twenty-third century, Joseph Knecht achieves and rejects his long-sought ideal of uniting thought and action in isolated Castalia, where scholar-players of the Glass Bead Game perpetuate all spiritual values, in a new edition of the Nobel laureate's final novel. Reprint.

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9780312278496 | Reprint edition (Picador USA, December 1, 2002), cover price $19.00 | About this edition: In an unspecified future symbolic world of the twenty-third century, Joseph Knecht achieves and rejects his long-sought ideal of uniting thought and action in isolated Castalia, where scholar-players of the Glass Bead Game perpetuate all spiritual values, in a new edition of the Nobel laureate's final novel.

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Product Description: The most comprehensive edition in print of Kafka's letters, with ample notes and an indexPresenting Kafka as son, brother, student, friend, lover, writer, and critic, this volume reveals his fascination for life in all its complex, absurd, and tragic manifestations...read more
By Franz Kafka, Clara Winston (trans) and Richard Winston (trans)

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9781847491947 | Oneworld Classics, April 1, 2012, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: The most comprehensive edition in print of Kafka's letters, with ample notes and an indexPresenting Kafka as son, brother, student, friend, lover, writer, and critic, this volume reveals his fascination for life in all its complex, absurd, and tragic manifestations.
9780714543154, titled "Letters to Friends Family & Editors" | John Calder Pub Ltd, January 1, 2004, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: In this important collection Kafka is seen as son, brother, student, friend, observer, lover, writer and critic.
9780805209495 | Reissue edition (Schocken Books, March 1, 1990), cover price $20.00 | About this edition: Letters from throughout his adult life offer a glimpse of Kafka's complex personality and his most important relationships

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9781594161216 | Reprint edition (Westholme Pub Llc, October 15, 2010), cover price $14.95

By Richard Winston (trans)

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9780307772718 | Vintage Books, January 12, 2011, cover price $15.95

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An illustrated history of the Gothic cathedral which has figured in important events for eight hundred years

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9780882250106 | W W Norton & Co Inc, January 1, 1972, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: An illustrated history of the Gothic cathedral which has figured in important events for eight hundred years

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She was, Hannah Arendt wrote, "my closest friend, though she has been dead for some hundred years." Born in Berlin in 1771 as the daughter of a Jewish merchant, Rahel Varnhagen would come to host one of the most prominent salons of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Arendt discovered her writings some time in the mid-1920s, and soon began to reimagine Rahel's inner life and write her biography. Long unavailable and never before published as Arendt intended, Rahel Varnhagen: The Life of a Jewess returns to print in an extraordinary new edition. Arendt draws a lively and complex portrait of a woman during the period of the Napoleonic wars and the early emancipation of the Jews, a figure who met and corresponded with some of the most celebrated authors, artists, and politicians of her time. She documents Rahel's attempts to earn legitimacy as a writer and gain access to the highest aristocratic circles, to assert for herself a position in German culture in spite of her gender and religion.Arendt had almost completed a first draft of her book on Rahel by 1933 when she was forced into exile by the National Socialists. She continued her work on the manuscript in Paris and New York, but would not publish the book until 1958. Rahel Varnhagen became not just a study of a historical Jewish figure, but a poignant reflection on Arendt's own life and times, her first exploration of German-Jewish identity and the possibility of Jewish life in the face of unimaginable adversity. For this first complete critical edition of the book in any language, Liliane Weissberg reconstructs the notes Arendt planned for Rahel Varnhagen but never fully executed. She reveals the extent to which Arendt wove the biography largely from the words of Rahel and her contemporaries. In her extended introduction, Weissberg reflects on Rahel's writings and on the importance of this text in the development of Arendt's political theory. Weissberg also reveals the hidden story of how Arendt manipulated documents relating to Rahel Varnhagen to claim for herself a university position and reparation payments from the postwar German state. (view table of contents)

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9780801855870 | Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, October 1, 1997, cover price $42.00 | About this edition: She was, Hannah Arendt wrote, "my closest friend, though she has been dead for some hundred years.

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9780801863356 | Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, March 2, 2000, cover price $25.00

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9780872262362 | Reprint edition (Peter Bedrick Books, October 1, 1990), cover price $12.95

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By Allen W. Dulles (foreword by), Hans Bernd Gisevius, Peter Hoffmann (introduced by), Clara Winston (trans) and Richard Winston (trans)

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9780306817717 | Abridged edition (Da Capo Pr, December 1, 2008), cover price $17.00

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9781439591192 | Reprint edition (Paw Prints, April 9, 2009), cover price $24.95

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