Judith Ryan

Judith Ryan is the Robert K. and Dale J. Weary Professor of German and Comparative Literature at Harvard University.

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Cover: A New History of German LiteratureA New History of German LiteratureWellbery, David E.
Gumbrecht, Hans Ulrich
Kaes, Anton
Koerner, Joseph Leo
von Mücke, Dorothea E.
HARDCOVER02/15/2005$50.50
Cover: Imagining Australia: Literature and Culture in the New New WorldImagining Australia: Literature and Culture in the New New WorldRyan, Judith
Wallace-Crabbe, Chris
HARDCOVER12/01/2004$27.50
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