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  1. The Prospector, Being the Life and Times of Rudolf Erich Raspe, (1737-1794) by john carswell, 1950-01-01

1. Rudolf Erich Raspe, Baron Munchausen
being the life and times of Rudolf Erich Raspe, 1737-1794 by John
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback The Adventures of Baron Munchausen "Ebenso schoß mir ein anderes Mal unversehens ein fürchterlicher Wolf so nahe auf den Leib, daß mir nichts weiter übrigblieb, als ihm, dem mechanischen Instinkt zufolge, meine Faust in den offenen Rachen zu stoßen. Gerade meiner Sicherheit wegen stieß ich immer weiter und weiter und brachte meinen Arm beinahe bis an die Schulter hinein. Was war aber nun zu tun? - Ich kann eben nicht sagen, daß mir diese unbehilfliche Situation sonderlich anstand. - Man denke nur, Stirn gegen Stirn mit einem Wolfe! - Wir äugelten uns eben nicht gar lieblich an. Hätte ich meinen Arm zurückgezogen, so wäre mir die Bestie nur desto wütender zu Leibe gesprungen. So viel ließ sich klar und deutlich aus seinen flammenden Augen herausbuchstabieren. Kurz, ich packte ihn beim Eingeweide, kehrte sein Äußeres zu innerst, wie einen Handschuh, um, schleuderte ihn zu Boden und ließ ihn da liegen." (from (1781 -1783). Some of tales were created by Raspe himself - they also show the influence of

2. Project Gutenberg Author Index
Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 17371794. Rathborne, George, St., 1854-1938
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Rabelais, Francois, 1483-1553 Racine, Jean Baptiste, 1639-1699 Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823 Radisson, Pierre Esprit, ca. 1636-1710 ... Ryder, Annie H
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3. Windsor Archives Of Literature, A - Z (and Å). More Than 1800 Entries
Stanford, 1964. Bsud Raspe, Rudolf Erich (17371794) Baron von Münchausensvidunderlige reiser til lands og til vanns. Cappelen. Oslo, 1976.
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Below are some 1800 entries. Most works are written by experts. Among them, doctors and professors authored or edited perhaps half of the works listed. Survey of Many Common Abbreviations Used Below
A Aac: Steiner, Rudolf: "Anthroposophy and Christianity." 1 lecture given in Norrköping, July 13, 1914. GA 155. The Anthroposophic Press, 1985. [].
Aacr: Vesely, Dalibor: "Architecture and the conflict of representation". AA files No. i. Jan. 1985$ p. 21 f. Architectural Association School of Architecture. London.
Aae: Berne, Eric: Transactional Analysis in Psychotherapy. Grove. New York, 1971.
Aaw: Stern, David and Eichorn, D. eds: Adolescence and Work. Erlbaum. London, 1989.
Abg: Braarvig, Jens tr: Bhagavadgita. Gyldendal. Oslo, 1982.
Ac: Mauk, David and John Oakland: American Civilization: An Introduction.

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Project Gutenberg Author record. Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 17371794. Titles.Surprising Adventures Of Baron Munchausen , The. To the main listings page.

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bobe-books is an online internet publishing site. Ransome, Arthur, 1884-1967. Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794. Rawlinson, George, 1812-1902

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Author Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 17371794 Keywords Authors R Raspe, Rudolf Erich,1737-1794; Titles S ; Subject Literature; literary history and collections.

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Ransome, Arthur, 18841967; Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794; Rawlinson,George, 1812-1902; Ray, Anna Chapin, 1865-1945; Ray, T. Bronson

8. The Lost Continent Of
The online presence of one Leon Matthews esq. resides here as does a litany of free and useful dovnloads, tutorials and information Ransome, Arthur, 1884-1967. Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794. Rawlinson, George, 1812-1902

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Raspe, Rudolf Erich (17371794) Works by this author Surprising AdventuresOf Baron Munchausen , The. Copyright 2001 Keith Ito. All Rights Reserved., Rudolf Er

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Rand, Ayn, 19051982. Ransome, Arthur, 1884-1967. Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794.Rawlinson, George, 1812-1902. Ray, Anna Chapin, 1865-1945. Ray, T. Bronson, 1868-.
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12. Karl Friedrich Hieronymus Freiherr Von Münchhausen (
The man who created the Münchhausen myth was a family friend, a penniless scholarand librarian professor from Kassel, Rudolf Erich Raspe (17371794), who had


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Karl Friedrich Hieronymus Freiherr von Münchhausen
German officer and author, born May 11, 1720, estate Bodenwerder, Hannover; died February 22, 1797.
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Ahasuerus' reaction

A variant of Münchhausen’s syndrome. Münchhausen's mammae syndrome A woman with normal breasts and without symptoms who demands over-frequent examination of her breasts. Münchhausen's syndrome A type of malingering or factitious disorder in which the patient, usually a vagrant, wander from hospital to hospital, feigning severe illness of dramatic and emergency nature in order to be admitted. Münchhausen's syndrome by proxy A peculiar form of child abuse. In most cases it is the mother inventing symptoms and fabricating signs in relation to her child, and thus causing the child painful and unnecessary physical examinations and treatments. Biography: Karl Friedrich Hieronymus Freiherr von Münchhausen , also known as "the baron of lies", initially served as a page to Prince Anton Ulrich von Braunschweig, and later as a cornet, lieutenant and cavalry captain with a Russian regiment in two Turkish wars. In 1760 he retired to his estates as a country gentleman. He became famous around Hannover as a raconteur of extraordinary tales about his life as a soldier, hunter, and sportsman. After the death of his first wife, Münchhausen married a 17-year old noblewoman. This marriage was an unhappy one which constantly drove him to debt and caused scandals.

13. Victorian And Edwardian Collection
Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 17371794. The travels and surprising adventures ofBaron Munchausen London Trubner, 1859. Rath, EJ The sixth speed.


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14. Rudolf
Spanish Rodolfo. Famous Bearers Artists and Authors Rudolf Von Ems (12001254)German poet. Rudolf Erich Raspe (1737-1794) German scholar and author.
For many more names, please Return to Edgar's Main Page. Rudolf
Gender : Masculine
Language : German
Rudolf is the modern form of an Old Germanic name ( Hrodulf Hrodwulf , or
Rudolf (or Rudolph ) was introduced into England from Germany, where it had long been a favorite name among the ruling Hapsburg dynasty. Its image was enhanced when Anthony Hope published his popular novel The Prisoner of Zenda
Pronunciation : ROOD-olf.
Diminutives Rudi Rudy
Alternates Rodolph Ridolfo Rudolfo
Catalan Rodolphus Czech Rodolf Dutch Roelf Rodolf English Rudolph English (Old) Rodwulf French Rodolphe Rudolphe German Rodolf Hawaiian Lukolopa Italian Rodolfo Rodolpho Latin Rodolphus Polish Rodolf Scandinavian Rodolf Spanish Rodolfo Famous Bearers Artists and Authors Rudolf Von Ems German poet. Rudolf Erich Raspe German scholar and author. Rudolphe Kreutzer French violinist. Rudolphe Bresdin French artist. Rudolf Baumbach German poet. Rudolph Ganz Swiss pianist. Rudolph Dirks American cartoonist. Rudolf Friml Czech pianist.

15. Stories, Listed By Author
Raspe, Rudolf Erich (17371794) The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, (ex)From Frankenstein to Andromeda, ed. James Goldie Brown, Macmillan UK, 1966.
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16. Index Stories, Listed By Author, Part 10
as Steve Rasnic Tem; Raspe, Rudolf Erich (17371794); RATA; RATHJEN,CARL HENRY (1909-1984); RATUSHEWITZ, LEONARD; RAWORTH, TOM (1938
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20. Guide To Fantasy, Part 2
These are by Rudolf Erich Raspe (17371794) Vademecum für lustige Leute (Companionfor Merry Men) periodical 1781-83, which contained stories later published
A Guide to Fantasy Authors and Tales
compiled by George Jelliss
This second section of the guide is a survey of the most interesting and influential works and authors of fantasy from about 1710 to 1890. The identification of this period as the Age of Gothic Horror is made evident by the predominance of mauve and blue among the background colours, and the inclusion of many of the horror classics such as Frankenstein and Dracula. It may be said that the reactions of modern readers to some gothic horror fiction are often not what their authors would have expected. Many of us have become desensitised to excesses, both in fiction and reality, and made aware of humorous incongruities by modern spoofs such as the Munsters and the Addams family. However, it would be wrong to identify everything in this period as Gothic. Another important strand is an outward-looking approach that can be put down to the real-life exploits of the great explorers, travellers, naturalists and anthropologists of the time, which led in particular to the enormous popularity of stories of Lost Races and Continents. Daniel Defoe
The True-Born Englishman 1701, satirical poem;

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