2-3), while Italianborn Paul-Emile Botta recovers his original first name of Paolo Emilio, but under the faulty form Paolo Emila; medievalist Marc Bloch is germanized
into Mark Bloch (p.
Baron Ridley portrayed the union as a fourth reich, not only dominated by Germany, but also institutionally Germanized
As such, he Germanized
him and even "Schmidtified him thoroughly" (2014: 215).
Returning to his initial caveat on the value of music criticism to inform musical life, Brodbeck acknowledges that despite the rise of anti-Semitic criticism, ''the Czechs Smetana and Dvorak and the Germanized
Jew Goldmark made out quite well in Mahler's Vienna.
International monetary implications of a Germanized
Generations of British and American readers came to know Duino Elegies through the peculiar Germanized
English of the Leishman--Stephen Spender version" (17).
This explains why Johann Heinrich Voss, the renowned translator in Goethe's age, is highly praised in West-East Divan: "But who now fully appreciates what has happened, what Germans have gained in versatility, what rhetorical, rhythmical, metrical advantages are now available to talented, inventive youth, how Ariost, and Tasso, Shakespeare and Calderon, newly Germanized
, are brought to us with double and triple benefit?
He echoes Thomas Mann's call not for a Germanized
Europe but a Europeanized Germany, and offers proposals which he argues will help to achieve it.
Lithuanian place names, which had been Germanized
(at first partially and only in 1938 completely), were now russified.
It is important, thus, to recall the etymology of the names for the surreal female protagonist: "Gradiva" means "she who moves forward"; "Zoe," in Greek, means "life"; and, "Bertgang" is a Germanized
version of Gradiva--a combination of "splendor" and "going," meaning "she who shines when she walks.
Abenheim, Soldiers and Politics Transformed, 28: "In its head and limbs in 1990, the NVA remained a Germanized
version of the Soviet Army.
He writes about his father, but he is actually writing a diatribe against the fascist state, against a Germanized