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Eingeschneit Eine Studentengeschichte   By: (1828-1896)

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"Eingeschneit Eine Studentengeschichte" by Emil Frommel is a charming novella that follows a group of university students who find themselves snowed in during a winter storm. The author masterfully weaves together elements of humor, suspense, and romance to create a captivating story that keeps the reader engaged from start to finish.

The characters are well-developed and relatable, each with their own unique personalities and quirks. Frommel does an excellent job of portraying the dynamics between the students as they navigate the challenges of being stuck together in close quarters.

The setting of the story, a remote cabin in the mountains, provides a perfect backdrop for the unfolding drama. Frommel's vivid descriptions bring the snowy landscape to life, making the reader feel as though they are right there with the characters.

Overall, "Eingeschneit Eine Studentengeschichte" is a delightful read that is sure to appeal to fans of coming-of-age stories and cozy mysteries. Frommel's wit and storytelling prowess make this novella a must-read for anyone looking for a heartwarming and entertaining tale.

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[Transcriber's Note:

In the original book, German was printed in fraktur ("gothic") type while English and other languages were in Roman type. For this e text, fraktur is shown in {braces} (introduction, notes, glossary), and Roman in {{double braces}} (main story).

Boldface type is shown by =signs=.

Notes are identified by their original page number: 8 2, 8 3... Errors, marked E 2, E 3..., are listed at the end of the text.]

Heath's Modern Language Series


{Eine Studentengeschichte}


{Emil Frommel}







Copyright, 1899

By Wilhelm Bernhardt


The ranks of those illustrious men who a few decades ago, in war and peace, stood by the side of Emperor Wilhelm I. of glorious memory have gradually thinned. On the 9th of November, 1896, another of the few then surviving Dr. Emil Frommel, Supreme Councillor of the Prussian Consistory, formerly chaplain to the Imperial Court and pastor of the "Garnisonkirche" in Berlin closed his eyes forever. He was a man whose eminent gifts, both of mind and heart, had been thoroughly tested and fully appreciated not only by his personal friend, the old Emperor, but also by the latter's son, the noble hearted and much lamented Friedrich, and his grandson, Wilhelm II... Continue reading book >>

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