Erik Saeden (baritone) Sten Envik (piano)
Der Wanderer Prometheus
III der Fremde
Mit Myrthen und Rosen
Ach. Weh mir. ungluckhaftem Mann Zueignung
A centenary assessment of East Lynne by Margaret M. Maison
The Divorce Act of 1857 produced a spate of improving novels in which adultery could be visited with legal as well as divine retribution. The most famous of these was Mrs. Henry Wood 's East Lynne which, her son said, was translated into every known tongue, including Parsee and Hindustani.'
by Sir Isaiah Berlin
Tolstoy's great dislike of conventional education was the subject of this year's Hermon Ould Lecture sponsored by P.E.N., given by Sir Isaiah Berlin on November 23 in Friends' House, London.
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