Series: Deutsche Literaturgeschichte

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Deutsche Literaturgeschichte 1. Mittelalter, Humanismus, Reformationszeit, Barock by Erika von Borries1
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte Band 2 Aufklärung, Empfingsam- keit, Sturm und Drang by Ernst von Borries2
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte 3. Die Weimarer Klassik, Goethes Spätwerk by Erika von Borries3
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte 4. Zwischen Klassik und Romantik: Hölderlin, Kleist, Jean Paul by Erika von Borries4
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte Band 5: Romantik by Erika von Borries5
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte: Band 6 Frührealismus: 1815 - 1848 by Annemarie van Rinsum6
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte 7 Realismus und Naturalismus by Wolgang Rinsum7
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart in 12 Bänden: Band 8: Wege in die Moderne 1890 - 1918 by Ingo Leiß8
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte by Ingo Leiß9
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte,Band 10: Drittes Reich und Exil 1933 - 1945: BD 10 by Paul Riegel10
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte 11. Die Nachkriegszeit 1945 - 1968. by Heinz Forster11
Deutsche Literaturgeschichte by Heinz Forster12

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