Incidents of the Insurrection (Masterworks of Literature)

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Time is introduced immediately — expect and impatient — continues with past days and is then maintained by tense changes (present in stanza 3, past in stanza 4, present in stanza 5, present and future in stanza 6). Part 2 describes his first years in Weimar and his stay in Italy. Then, by dittography d / l � b crept into the text and n y � l dropped out or was replaced by the repeated writing. He was aware of the differences between the Greeks and the barbarians, but he does not treat the foreigners as inherently inferior.

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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (June 1, 1972)

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