The Emigrants

Author: W. G. Sebald

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811221296

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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A masterwork of W. G. Sebald, now with a gorgeous new cover by the famed designer Peter Mendelsund The four long narratives in The Emigrants appear at first to be the straightforward biographies of four Germans in exile. Sebald reconstructs the lives of a painter, a doctor, an elementary-school teacher, and Great Uncle Ambrose. Following (literally) in their footsteps, the narrator retraces routes of exile which lead from Lithuania to London, from Munich to Manchester, from the South German provinces to Switzerland, France, New York, Constantinople, and Jerusalem. Along with memories, documents, and diaries of the Holocaust, he collects photographs—the enigmatic snapshots which stud The Emigrants and bring to mind family photo albums. Sebald combines precise documentary with fictional motifs, and as he puts the question to realism, the four stories merge into one unfathomable requiem.

The Emigrants

Author: Vilhelm Moberg

Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press

ISBN: 9780873517133

Category: Fiction

Page: 351

View: 662

The Emigrants

Author: George Lamming

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472064700

Category: Fiction

Page: 282

View: 2473

A compelling and intricate novel of emigration and the effects of colonialism on a people

The Emigrants

Author: Gilbert Imlay

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101501669

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 1345

Imlay’s delightful epistolary adventure of 1793, set on the American frontier, was one of the first American novels. The trials of an emigrant family in the Ohio River Valley of Kentucky contrast the decadence of Europe with the utopian promise of the American West. Its sensational love plots also dramatize the novel’s surprising feminist allegiances.

Bogle Corbet

Or, The Emigrants

Author: John Galt

Publisher: N.A


Category: Canada

Page: N.A

View: 5850

The Emigrants

A Poem, in Two Books

Author: Charlotte Smith

Publisher: N.A



Page: 68

View: 4696

The Way of the Emigrants

Badawi and Catherine Simon in America

Author: Louis Farshee

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1449047726

Category: History

Page: 248

View: 9396

A newly married teenage couple emigrates from Mount Lebanon in 1890 to begin a new life in the US. Told against the events of the time, the 1890s, the Great War, the Roaring Twenties, and the Great Depression, they, and other immigrants struggle to join main-stream America.

The Emigrant's Guide to Oregon and California

Author: Lansford W Hastings

Publisher: Applewood Books

ISBN: 1557092451

Category: History

Page: 152

View: 1914

Published in 1845, this guidebook for pioneers is a reproduction of one of the most collectible books about California and the Western movement. It was the guidebook used by the Donner Party on their fateful journey.

The emigrants

Author: Emigrants

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

View: 1820

The emigrants' new guide

shewing a description of the United States and the British possessions of Canada, as regards climate, soil, productions, laws & customs, and the best places pointed out to those who emigrate ...

Author: John Howe

Publisher: N.A


Category: History

Page: 52

View: 1879

The Emigrants of Ahadarra

Author: William Carleton

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3734023408

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 8967

Reproduction of the original: The Emigrants of Ahadarra by William Carleton

The Emigrants

Author: Johan Bojer

Publisher: The National Academies

ISBN: 9780873512602

Category: History

Page: 351

View: 5390

Bojer's novel of Norwegian emigration in the 1880s tells of young villagers who leave the Old World to seek a better life. Their trek takes them to homesteads in North Dakota, where they find that breaking the sod and surviving blizzards are easier than feeling at home in this new land. First published in 1925.

The Emigrants

Author: Sławomir Mrożek

Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.

ISBN: 9780573640322

Category: Drama

Page: 85

View: 853

This important play from one of Poland's most prominent playwrights has had successful stagings in San Francisco, Minneapolis, Washington, D.C., and New York. It takes place on a New Year's Eve in an unnamed country in the home of two immigrants. One is a political exile, an intellectual who gets his money from a mysterious source. The other is a ditch digger who is saving money to bring over his family.

The Emigrants

Author: Glynn Sinclare

Publisher: Shieldcrest Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781911090786

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 240

View: 9581

Marie travels to England from Ireland at the age of 17, she meets John, a 21 year old Caribbean immigrant and together they shape a life amongst the backdrop of 1960's/70's England. This is their story, a Pandora's box of hardship, prejudice and cultural difference. With flashbacks to both the Caribbean and Irish lives they left behind and the people that shaped them.