German love

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  • The translation of any work is at best a difficult task, and must inevitably be prejudicial to whatever of beauty the original possesses. When the principal charm of the original lies in its elegant simplicity, as in the case of the "Deutsche Liebe," the difficulty is still further enhanced. The translator has sought to reproduce the simple German in equally simple English, even at the risk of transferring German idioms into the English text. The story speaks for itself.

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  • The excuse for writing another history of the Reformation is the need for putting that movement in its proper relations to the economic and intellectual revolutions of the sixteenth century. The labor of love necessary for the accomplishment of this task has employed most of my leisure for the last six years and has been my companion through vicissitudes of sorrow and of joy. A large part of the pleasure derived from the task has come from association with friends who have generously put their time and thought at my disposal....

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  • During the year 1840 I visited Leipzig with letters of introduction from Herr Klingemann of the Hanoverian Legation in London. I was a singer, young, enthusiastic, and eager--as some singers unfortunately are not--to be a musician as well. Klingemann had many friends among the famous German composers, because of his personal charm, and because his simple verses had provided them with excellent material for the sweet little songs the Germans love so well.

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  • ĐỀ VÀ ĐÁP ÁN KỲ THI THỬ ĐH NĂM 2011 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH – ĐẾ 6 Phần 1: 1. A. too B. look C. food D. foot 2. A. cooked B. watched C. stopped D. studied 3. A. strange B. chance C. same D. change 4. A. song B. start C. season D. sing 5. A. happy B. sky C. family D. lovely Phần 2 : 6. He …………….. French and German. A. speak B. is speaking C. speaks D. speakes 7. We ………………. to see you this weekend. A. are coming B. will come C. come D. are going to...

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  • My daughter Christine, who wrote me these letters, died at a hospital in Stuttgart on the morning of August 8th, 1914, of acute double pneumonia. I have kept the letters private for nearly three years, because, apart from the love in them that made them sacred things in days when we each still hoarded what we had of good, they seemed to me, who did not know the Germans and thought of them, as most people in England for a long while thought, without any bitterness and with a great inclination to explain away and excuse, too extreme and sweeping in their judgments. Now, as...

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