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Race and State
Klaus Vondung
0807118427
Sept 1997
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German


Ghostly Tales of Iowa
Ruth D. Hein
1591931274
September 2005
Paperback
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Midwest Book Review
>From prairie days to the present, Iowans have been telling chilling experiences of apparitions and strange happenings. Ghostly Tales Of Iowa is a collection of real-life ghostly encounters and/or unexplainable experiences. From friendly presences to those less willing to share their haunts, here are Iowa ghosts with unfinished business and Iowa houses crackling with unexplained phenomena. Ghostly Tales Of Iowa and offers insights into the culture, people and geography. All the tales are entertaining. Some send chills down the spine. All of these hauntings from all over Iowa will delight anyone who loves a good ghost story! A perfect addition for the Halloween season, and year-round "dark & stormy night" parties!


From the Face of the Earth...
Ruth D. Hein
0962530417
March 1999
Paperback
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Americanism: Revolutionary Order and Societal Self-Interpretation in the American Republic
Jurgen Gebhardt
0807115142
January 1992
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German


A Journey Back
Arnon Tamir
0810111861
May 1997
Hardcover
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From Kirkus Reviews
A brief, intriguing memoir, by an Israeli kibbutznik, of the early years of the Nazi regime, which he witnessed as an adolescent, interspersed with accounts of his postwar struggle to come to terms with Germany and gain restitution. Tamir begins by recalling his sense of rootedness in Germany: He and his peers were as likely to sing songs of the Thirty Years' War as Zionist melodies. Indeed, his family's Jewishness was highly attenuated; his father never spoke of his East European origins and his parents observed few of the religious rituals. Yet anti- Semitism was pervasive, both pre- and post-Hitler. Particularly interesting are Tamir's descriptions of life in rural Germany in the 1930s. After his father lost his cigarette factory in Stuttgart, Tamir left home, taking a job with a sympathetic gardener. He was...


Authoritarian State: An Essay on the Problem of the Austrian State, Vol. 4
Eric Voegelin
0826212352
March 1999
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German

Card catalog description
Published in Vienna in 1936, The Authoritarian State by Eric Voegelin has remained virtually unknown to the public until now. Sales of the German edition were halted following the Nazi invasion of Austria in 1938, and the entire printing was later destroyed by wartime bombing. In this volume, Voegelin offers a critical examination of the most prominent European theories of state and constitutional law of the period while providing a political and historical analysis of the Austrian situation. He discusses the dismissal of Parliament in 1933, the civil war, the murder of Federal Chancellor Dollfuss, the adoption of the "Authoritarian Constitution" of 1934, and the predicament of being sandwiched...


Simone Weil and the Politics of Self Denial
Athanasios Moulakis
0826211623
Feb 1998
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German


Creative Drama for the Classroom Teacher
Ruth Beall Heining
0131896636
October 1992
Textbook Paperback
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Book Description
Focusing on materials and methods for teaching drama, rather than on theory or history, this text offers a collection of practical, progressive techniques for using informal drama in elementary classrooms. KEY TOPICS: It covers role drama that introduces key features of the British approach to drama teaching; literature for narrative pantomime; pantomime activities and stories; verbal activities and improvisation; planning drama lessons; and more. For creative drama instructors.

From the Back Cover
Focusing on materials and methods for teaching drama, rather than on theory or history, this text offers a collection of practical, progressive techniques for using informal drama in elementary classrooms. It covers role drama that introduces key...


Embers
Ruth Heins Heins Klingler
1591609496
October 2003
Paperback
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Ghostly Tales of Minnesota
Ruth D. Hein
0934860793
November 1992
Paperback
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More Ghostly Tales from Minnesota
Ruth D. Hein
0878391347
May 1996
Paperback
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Book Description
Wonderful, lively tales of hauntings and strange happenings collected from all over the State of Minnesota.

About the Author
Native of Iowa, Ruth Hein grew up in Van Horne. She has a BA in Home Economics and a MA in English. She started writing after teaching high school English and creative writing for twenty-five years. Ruth and husband, Ken, live on a small acerage near Worthington, Minnesota, where Ruth also writes the historical column for the Worthington Daily Globe.


The Magic Ship
Sandra Paretti
0892724633
Apr 1999
Paperback
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German


Ghostly Tales of the Black Hills and Badlands
Ruth Hein
0878391371
September 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
Ghost stories from North and South Dakota.


History of the Race Idea: From Ray to Carus
Eric Voegelin
0807118435
January 1998
Hardcover
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Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German


Journey Back: Injustice and Restitution
Arnon Tamir
0810111713
May 1997
Paperback
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From Kirkus Reviews
A brief, intriguing memoir, by an Israeli kibbutznik, of the early years of the Nazi regime, which he witnessed as an adolescent, interspersed with accounts of his postwar struggle to come to terms with Germany and gain restitution. Tamir begins by recalling his sense of rootedness in Germany: He and his peers were as likely to sing songs of the Thirty Years' War as Zionist melodies. Indeed, his family's Jewishness was highly attenuated; his father never spoke of his East European origins and his parents observed few of the religious rituals. Yet anti- Semitism was pervasive, both pre- and post-Hitler. Particularly interesting are Tamir's descriptions of life in rural Germany in the 1930s. After his father lost his cigarette factory in Stuttgart, Tamir left home, taking a job with a sympathetic gardener. He was...

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