M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Inventory of the
MAX BARTH
PAPERS, 1916-1962

(GER-019)


 

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MAX BARTH Papers, 1916-1962
Box and Folder listing

1. Traum and tag (70 poems, some missing)
2. 13 miscellaneous poems with no title page preceding them
3. Stimme aus nirgendwo, (28 poems, some missing)
4. Frauen (12 poems, some missing)
5. Mufti Buftis Wundertute Von Ihm Selber
6. Reprints by Barth:
   Deutsche Sprache - wohin?
   Deutsche Sprache - wohin? II
   Das Deutsche und die Fremdworter II
   Die Gleichschaltung der Sprache
   Gobbeldiguck
   Im Irrgarten der Sprache I
   Lob des Strichpunkts
   Neuerungen in der Sprache
   Ein neues Alfabet
   Das peinliche Neudeutsch.I
   Das peinliche Neudeutsch II
   Problem der Wortbildung
   Der Sieg Uber die Fremdworter
   Die Sprache der Rundfunkredner
   Sprache und Aussprache
   Unkraut im Garten
   Das Worterbuch als Bildungsmittel I
   Das Worterbuch als Bildungsmittel II
   Das Worterbuch als Bildungsmittel III


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Last updated September 23, 2002