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O Thou, My Austria!   By: (1854-1934)

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2. The diphthong oe is represented by [oe].

"O THOU, MY AUSTRIA!"

TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN

OF

OSSIP SCHUBIN

BY

MRS. A. L. WISTER

PHILADELPHIA J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY 1897.

Copyright, 1890, by J. B. Lippincott Company.

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I.

A Manuscript Misappropriated.

CHAPTER II.

The Contents of the Manuscript.

CHAPTER III.

An Arrival.

CHAPTER IV.

A Quarrel.

CHAPTER V.

Baroness Paula.

CHAPTER VI.

Entrapped.

CHAPTER VII.

An Invitation.

CHAPTER VIII.

The Secret.

CHAPTER IX.

An Encounter.

CHAPTER X.

A Garrison Town.

CHAPTER XI.

An Old Friend.

CHAPTER XII.

A Graveyard in Paris.

CHAPTER XIII.

At Dobrotschau.

CHAPTER XIV.

Olga.

CHAPTER XV.

Comrades and Friends.

CHAPTER XVI.

Lato Treurenberg.

CHAPTER XVII.

Mismated.

CHAPTER XVIII.

A Friend's Advice.

CHAPTER XIX.

Frau Rosa's Birthday.

CHAPTER XX.

Komaritz Again.

CHAPTER XXI.

"Poor Lato!"

CHAPTER XXII.

Harry's Musings.

CHAPTER XXIII.

Zdena to the Rescue.

CHAPTER XXIV.

A Sleepless Night.

CHAPTER XXV.

The Confession.

CHAPTER XXVI.

The Baron's Aid.

CHAPTER XXVII.

Baron Franz.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

A Short Visit.

CHAPTER XXIX.

Submission.

CHAPTER XXX.

Persecution.

CHAPTER XXXI.

Consolation.

CHAPTER XXXII.

Interrupted Harmony.

CHAPTER XXXIII.

Early Sunrisee.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

Struggles.

CHAPTER XXXV.

A Slanderer.

CHAPTER XXXVI.

Failure.

CHAPTER XXXVII.

A Visit.

CHAPTER XXXVIII.

At Last.

CHAPTER XXXIX.

The Dinner.

CHAPTER XL.

A Farewell.

CHAPTER XLI.

Resolve.

CHAPTER XLII.

Found.

CHAPTER XLIII.

Count Hans.

CHAPTER XLIV.

Spring.

CHAPTER XLV.

Old Baron Franz.

"O THOU, MY AUSTRIA!"

CHAPTER I.

A MANUSCRIPT MISAPPROPRIATED.

"Krupitschka, is it going to rain?" Major von Leskjewitsch asked his servant, who had formerly been his corporal. The major was leaning out of a window of his pretty vine wreathed country seat, smoking a chibouque; Krupitschka, in the garden below, protected by a white apron, and provided with a dark green champagne bottle, was picking the Spanish flies from off the hawthorn bushes... Continue reading book >>




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