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Johann Peter Hebel (1760–1826), The Glass Jew

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Nicholas Jacobs’s introduction to and translation of Johann Peter Hebel’s story, The Glass Jew, a humorous example of inclusiveness and communicative conflict-resolution.
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Keywords: German literature; Johann Peter Hebel; Nicholas Jacobs; The Glass Jew; comical stories; sabre

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2018

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