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Michael Hamburger (1924-2007): Poet, Translator, Critic
Edited by Joyce Crick et. al
1 January 2010

Derived from a symposium at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies in Michael Hamburger’s memory, this volume explores his poetry and creative prose, his translations, the ‘person’ and his world. His scholarly writing was one element in his work, his jargon-free criticism retaining an undiminished urgency, freshness and vital literacy. His poetry ranges itself against the tracks and mechanisms of monstrous order, and seeks to mark out a territory where some kind of value can be disclosed, both within and beyond the poetry. As a translator, Hamburger asks the reader to hear between the lines of English poetry the German text, the text that stretches the length and changes the rhythm of the English sentence. These...

The 1999 Bithell Memorial Lecture
Marcel Reich-Ranicki
1 January 2001
'Literarische Quartetts'-Kritiker liest Auszüge aus seinem Buch 'Mein Leben' (Stuttgart, 1999), in dem er sich als temperamentvoller und und anschaulicher Erzähler sowie als unbestechlicher Zeuge des Jahrhunderts bewährt. 
Thoughts on Authenticity in Contemporary German Literature
Rüdiger Görner
1 January 1999
Inaugural Lecture delivered on 10 June 1999 at the University of London Senate House.
Edited by Frederick Norman
1 January 1962
The first of four catalogues of theses and dissertations in the field of Germanic studies (excluding English) approved for higher degrees in the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland, this volume covers the period between 1903 and 1961, and was compiled in response to the marked increase in postgraduate work which occurred at the time. Theses and dissertations are listed alphabetically by author, and the catalogue has a preface and subject index.