(Ger. ˈʃpɪt l ər)
Carl ( “Felix Tandem” ), 1845–1924, Swiss poet, novelist, and essayist: Nobel prize 1919.
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Paul Keckeis points out that, unlike Spitteler and Inglin--Swiss writers whose work has been closely identified with the First World War--Walser has mostly been considered an apolitical writer, despite his military service and writings that explicitly concern that service (Keckeis 102).
Se trata de "Mi Senora Alma", como dice Carl Spitteler, a quien Jung gusta de citar ("The syzygy: Anima and Animus", en Aion).
Son cuatro textos que conformaron el libro y se publicaron previamente en la revista Imago, creada por el mismo Freud en 1912 y codirigida por Carl Hanns Sachs y Otto Rank (el nombre proviene de la novela de Carl Spitteler 1845-1924).
According to a report by BBC News, Miranda Spitteler, chief executive of Tree Aid, said that food insecurity is a routine fact of life for many of the world's poorest people.
You'll notice that first names are unnecessary in that list, whereas a sample of last century's European Nobel winners - Heyse, Eucken, Mommsen, von Heidenstam, Spitteler, Benavente and Karlfeldt - doesn't exactly ring a bell.
When Spitteler returned to his laboratory the next morning, he found that the spilled formaldehyde had caused the milk to curdle, turning it into a hard hornlike substance, much like celluloid.
They include not only Carl Spitteler (whose epic Olympischer Fruhling is treated sceptically) and Robert Walser, each given his own subsection, but such figures as Jakob Bosshart, Peter Ilg, and Friedrich Glauser, who are so unfamiliar outside Switzerland that none of them makes it into the Oxford Companion to German Literature.
Its founder, David Spitteler, has spoken to over 205 churches of all denominations, and to schools, radio stations and rotary clubs, raising awareness of the challenges facing people who come to Australia in search of sanctuary.
Gjellerup (Den) and Hendrik Pontoppidan (Den); 1918, none; 1919, Carl Spitteler (Switz); 1920, Knut Hamsun (Norw); 1921, Anatole France (Fr); 1922, Jacinto Benavente y Martinez (Sp); 1923, William Butler Yeats (Ir); 1924, Wladislaw S.