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Frank Chandler pointed out year5 ago in The Literature of Roguery, not a congenital criminal. Hi5 50cial and economic car-cueat.ances force him to live outside the law: by birth he comes from the very bottom of the Ladder .«... > Yet he enjoys living . He expects 50 little of life that he Ls rarely

In: Upstarts, Wanderers or Swindlers: Anatomy of the Picaro

-century “English” poets, and in this context deserves recognition for his own particular contribution to Scottish poetry. Drummond is generally characterized as living a retiring life removed from the political and religious activities of Scotland. Not surprisingly, then, Drummond’s poetry is characterized by

In: Langage Cleir Illumynate

, except Dagerman himself, seems to observe the „Ruinenfeld“ that the train is passing through (while looking at him, the stranger). Th e other example tells about a family living in a basement in the Ruhr district. Sebald quotes and comments: „Die weissen Gesichter dieser Leute, so Dagerman, schauen

In: Berührungen