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The Breitmann ballads
Charles Godfrey Leland
|Statement||by Charles G. Leland.|
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|Pagination||xxviii, 291 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||291|
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In recent times his writings on pagan and Aryan traditions have eclipsed the now largely forgotten Breitmann ballads, influencing the development of Wicca and modern paganism. In his travels, he made a study of the Gypsies, on whom he wrote more than one book. Leland began to publish a number of books on ethnography, folklore andBorn: 15 August , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Buy a cheap copy of The Breitmann Ballads book by Charles Godfrey Leland. Free shipping over $Author: Charles Godfrey Leland.
The ballad, "Breitmann's Going to Church," is based on a real occurrence. A certain colonel, with his men, did really, during the war, go to a church in or near Nashville, and, as the saying is, "kicked up the devil, and broke things," to such an extent, that a serious reprimand from the colonel's superior officer was the : Library of Alexandria. Editions for Hans Breitmann's Ballads: (Paperback published in ), (Nook), (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback.
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The Breitmann Ballads Charles Godfrey Leland, american humorist and folklorist () This ebook presents «The Breitmann Ballads», from Charles Godfrey Leland. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter : Charles Godfrey Leland. Overview Immediately after the Civil War, Leland's broken-English ballads on the life and adventures of "Hans Breitmann," a fictitious German-American, achieved international popularity and held it for several generations.
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Learn more. ISBN Manufacturer: Kessinger Publishing, LLC. The explanation of the poem entitled, "The First Edition of Breitmann," is as follows: It was not long after the war that a friend of the writer's to whom "the Breitmann Ballads" had been sent in MSS., and who had frequently urged the former to have them published, resolved to secure, at least, a small private edition, though at his own : Library of Alexandria.
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BREITMANN IN TURKEY. DERR BREITMANN hear im Turkenreich Vas fighten high und low, "Steh auf, oh Schwackenhammer mein. It's dime for us to go. Zieh dein Kanonenstiefel an, Und schleife Dir das Schwert, Schon lang her han mer nichts gethan, Der Weg ist reitenswerth." "Oopon vitch side.
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De schmell voke oop de boetry Of tays vhen he vas yoong, Und he murmulte de fragmends Of an sad romantish song:2/5. Full text of "The Breitmann ballads" See other formats STACK ANNEX ^3 Fbe)reitrr)ar)r) 1 Ballads B 0; Oi Oi 21 6l 31 81,lo-~ THE BREITMANN BALLADS The rights of translatio7i and of reproductioti are rese7X'ed Printed bj' Ballaktyxe, Hanson &• Co.
Hans Breitmann’s Ballads. Limited edition of Charles Leland’s humorous poems in a German accent poking fun at cultural quirks and universal human folly, number of copies, of which only were for sale, beautifully bound in full morocco-gilt.Hans Breitmann vent to Kansas ; Troo all dis earthly land, A vorkin out life's mission here Soo'byectifly und grand.
Some beoblesh runs de beautiful, Appears in 13 books from When HANS BREITMANN'S PARTY, WITH OTHER BALLADS, appeared, the only claim made on its behalf was, that it constituted the first book ever written in English as imperfectly spoken by Germans. The author consequently held himself bound to give his broken English a truthful form.