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    Images of Life and Death in Bavarian Gentians As the last few days of summer fade away, and September's end brings promises of a cold, sad autumn, the feast of Michaelmas has come and gone, and one can not help but be reminded of D. H. Lawrence's "Bavarian Gentians," a poem that commences by reminiscing of the sad days at the end of September, when summer has finally departed along with its intoxicating and life-giving breath.  Like the days that separate summer from autumn, Lawrence's poem

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    Death wasn't a stranger to D.H. Lawrence so perhaps its fitting that the poem I've chosen to explicate, Bavarian Gentians (1932), was published posthumously after the author and poet succumbed to a lengthy battle with tuberculosis. Lawrence, who wrote often of death in last months of life, recognized and, in Bavarian Gentians, alluded to the duality of existence. How summer begets winter, light begets dark, life begets death, even that Greek mythology begot the Roman's, confusing the Roman god

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    Austria is a historic country with many deep roots and customs. This report will help US expatriates adjust and transition to life in Austria. Austria is one country, however, people need to understand the differences between eastern and western Austria. The business behavior of people from Vienna is much different than that of people from Vorarlberg. A great idea is to try to speak with a local person before meetings to understand their culture, the people of Austria, and the region. Austria is

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    What started as a passing comment by Sir Neill Malcolm in 1919 soon escalated into something that ‘laid the ground for one of the most damaging legacies left to the Weimar Republic’ (Feuchtwanger 1995: 9). The myth was consequently hijacked and used to the ends of three different groups over the course of the next 15 years, resulting in three differing versions of the legend. In order to discuss the myth, it is necessary to identify the revolutionaries mentioned. This will be done by looking at each

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