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1A Propos the Kissing of a HandIs it possible?1930-31Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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2A will to shake the refined individualI will to shake the refined individual, to rattle1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 215/II

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3Address to a Button, AnOne day, as I was busy mending the buttonhole1915Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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4All those who like to laugh while crying . . .All those who like to laugh while crying, who might, I mean, prefer the latter to the former1926-27“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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5Alphabet, TheA. rides down the avenue in the guise of an Amazon1921“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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6Am I Dreaming?People draw my attention to novels by important authors1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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7And now he was playing, alas, the pianoAnd now he was playing, alas, the piano1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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8And WentHe waved his hat gently1899Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Markpoem

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9And WentWithout a word he waved his hat1899Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 82007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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10Angel, TheAn angel such as this1925Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Whalen, TomBernofsky, Susan

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11Apparently not a cloud was to be seenApparently not a cloud was to be seen1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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12Apparently you're very poor"'Apparently you're very poor,"1927Fragments of Imaginary Landscapes: Joan Nelson and Robert Walser, (Swiss Institute New York)1994Middleton, Christophermicroscript no. 51, poem

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13As EverThe lamp is still there1908?Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
2007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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14As I was instructed by a bookAs I was instructed by a book given me by a young lady1930-33Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 47/I

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15AschingerA lager, please!1907“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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16AsideI take my daily walkpre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 82007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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17Assistant, TheOne morning at eight o'clock a young man stood1907Assistant, The2007Bernofsky, Susannovel

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18Aunt, TheUnder various conditions and circumstances, I set out in the best of spirits1918“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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19Autumn (II)Little clouds that look like bits of cotton wool1927Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 72/II

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20Avenue, TheProbably the painter didn't see everything1931Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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21Aviator, TheA person who wishes to voice a conviction1927Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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22Back Alley, TheProbably few people think well of the back alley1916Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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23Balloon JourneyThe three people, the captain, a gentleman, and a young girl1913Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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24BastaI came into the world on this or that day1917“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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25Battle of Sempach. TheOne day in the heat of summer1908“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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26Belletristic Book, TheIt seems the belletristic book has yet to find a form suitable to its name1928The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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27Beneath a LindenThe town was beautiful and empty1928-29“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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28Berlin Tiergarten, TheFrom the Zoological Garden one hears a regimental band1911The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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29Biedermeier Story, AIn the Biedermeier period, thus, let’s say1928-29Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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30Birthday Prose PieceAt the moment I’m an Englishman apparently indifferent1926“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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31Blind Man, TheI pretended to be blind1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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32Boat TripNot that the water was crystal clear everywhere1931“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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33Boat, TheI think I’ve written this scene before1914Selected Stories1982Whalen, Tom

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34Bob, TheAbout this, it seems to me, still relevant question, a lot of ink has already flowed1927The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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35Börne said Heine had no characterBörne said Heine had no character1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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36Boy (II), TheA boy slept fitfully1928-29“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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37BrentanoHe no longer saw a future before him1913Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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38Brentano (III)Brentano was writing1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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39Cabaret SceneThe impresario1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopherplay

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40Cave Man, TheHaving been kindly invited to do so1918Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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41Child, TheUnfortunately, he was only a schoolboy1925Comparative Criticism1984Harman, Mark

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42Chinese Woman, the Chinaman, TheBehind a barred window, a Chinese woman condemned1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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43Cigarette, AWhat a strange sketch this is presenting1925Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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44CinderallaGarden behind a house1901Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Arndt, Walterplay

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45Comedy EveningI sat in the gallery of a comedy playhouse1907“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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46Contribution to the Celebration of Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, AFlying along streets that were swept almost to a shine1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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47CrisisThe sometimes childen at play can manage1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 350/I

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48Dancer, TheGeorgia Review 45.21991Valk, E. M.

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49DeceptionNow weary hands again1908?Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
2007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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50Demanding Fellow, TheDelightful nooks and crannies there were1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, SusanMicroscript no. 9a/V; trans. by CM as "The Man Who Was Demanding"

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51DespondencySo very long I have waited for sweetpre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
2007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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52Dinner Party, TheIt was a delightful dinner party1919“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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53DisasterLyrik and Prosa 7, Buffalo (NY)1974Kaufman, Herbert L.

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54Do You Know Meier?Meier spelled with an I? You don’t?www.91stMeridian.org, Online Journal of the International Writing Program, Univesity of Iowa, Fall 20072007Hyatt, Millay

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55Dostoevsky's IdiotThe contents of Doestoevsky's Idiot pursue me1925Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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56DreamingI imagine China to be a country of love and peace1920Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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57Elephant, TheTheodora was enjoying herself1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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58End of the World, TheA child who has neither father and mother nor brother and sister1917“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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59EnergeticWhat good is energy without genius?1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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60Essay on BismarckFor such a nonentity as I, it takes courage to write about a man as stupdendous as Bismarck1926The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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61Essay on FreedomPutting on airs, playing squeemish, acting sensitive1928Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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62Essay on Lion Taming, AnDuring this performance several people walked out1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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63EveningYellow-black in the snow before mepre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
2007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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64Execution StoryOwing to an attic apartment1928
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65Fairytale Town, TheIn this puppydog down1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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66FearI wish1908?Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
2007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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67Finally she condescendedFinally she condescended1924
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68Five O'Clock TeaFive o'clock tea is really delightful1922The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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69Flaubert Prose Piece, AHe had come back to live where his life had begun1926-27“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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70Flower DaysOn Cornflower Day, when everyone struts1911Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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71Food (I)Veal fricandeau is frightful stuff1911“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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72For ZilchThe piece of prose that apparently wants to come into being1928/9Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Arndt, Walter

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73Forest, TheAt school we had an old teacher with an enormous head who told us that in a relatively very short time all of Central Europe would become one huge forest if civilization were to retreat1903The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Bernofsky, Susan

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74Forest, TheImbued with all sorts of strange emotions, I walked1912Witness 16, No. 12002Weisner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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75Forsaken One, TheIce cold wind howled and rushed through the dismal streets1917The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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76Frau WilkeOne day, when I was looking for a suitable room1918Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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77Fräulein KnuchelLovely hair, lovely eyes, dainty hands1917“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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78FridolinGisela impatiently awaited him in her castle1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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79FritzMy name is Fritz1917“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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80From FantasyWe are supposed to write something from fantasy1902Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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81From Fritz Kocher’s Essays (Autumn, Professions, Country Fair, Music)When autumn comes / To lead an honest life / Great are the uses of a country fair / Music is the sweetest thing in the world1902“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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82From the Life of a WriterTurning one might catch sight here and there1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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83Furnished Room, ThePut too much in your place1932Fragments of Imaginary Landscapes: Joan Nelson and Robert Walser, (Swiss Institute New York)1994Middleton, Christopherpoem

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84Genius, AA present I am getting ready to become an actor1907Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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85Gifted Person, TheInto the Bahnhofstrasse spilled1932Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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86Girl (II), TheOn a bench along an avenue sat a girl1932-33“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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87Gloves, TheNothing else occurs to me; I see only a pair of gloves1905“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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88Goddess of Poetry . . .“Goddess of poetry, please, I pray you!”1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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89Good Morning, Giantess!You feel as if a giantess were shaking her curls1907“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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90Great Talent, TheOnce upon a time there was a great talent1915Harpers Magazine, January 20082008Searls, Damion

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91GreenIt's incomprehensible, mind boggling, terrifying.1911Georgia Review 45, No. 21991Harman, Mark

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92Green Spider, TheTwo in the afternoon it will have been, in the most sumptuously furnished apartment1924-25“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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93He numbered, as well might have been trueHe numbered, as well might have been true of many others1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 215/IV

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94Helbling's StoryMy name is Helbling and I am telling my own story1914Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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95HerculesHis birth was brilliant1920Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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96Heroic LandscapeOnly a few paths, faintly marked1931-32Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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97Honeymoon, TheIt was ideal, and the couple would think about it for a long time afterward1928-29Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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98Horse and BearA horse like this, nicely groomed1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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99I am older and youngerI am older and younger1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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100I contemplated pride and loveI contemplated pride and love1926Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tommicroscript

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101I have lived in roomsI have lived in rooms1925PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton. Christophermicroscript, poem

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102I Have NothingCarefree and cheerful as only a true pauper can be1917“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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103I Was Reading in the ForestKösli she was called, the one who appeared1928-29“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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104I Was Reading Two StoriesIn a country house, or actually a little house in the country1930Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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105I would like to be standingI would like to be standing perhaps today once more1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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106If I am properly informedIf I am properly informed as to her circumstances1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 9a/II

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107Immortal, AnOnce there was a very gifted poet who1926“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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108In MoonlightI thought when the night was deeppre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 82007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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109Indescribably rich my attireIndescribably rich my attire1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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110It can so happen thatIt can so happen that1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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111It is perhaps my immaturityIt is perhaps my immaturity, my innocence1927Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 408/I

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113It's still not so long agoIt's still not so long ago that I had an urge1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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112Italian Novella, TheI have strong cause to doubt if readers will like this1916Vice (Magazine), vol. 16, no. 132009Searls, Damion

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114Jakob von GuntenOne learns very little here, there is a shortage of teachers1914Jakob von Gunten: A Novel by Robert Walser1969Middleton, Christophernovel

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115Jaunts elegant in natureJaunts elegant in nature now lay in the past1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 9a/I

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116Je t'adoreChocolata sat, swathed in the smartest brown1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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117JesusAlthough all these may be woolly and unkempt figments1916Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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118Job Application, TheEsteemed Gentlemen1914Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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119JohannaI was, I remember, nineteen years old1913“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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120Journey to a Small TownIt seems that to this day a robust1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 116b/I

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121Kennst Du sie?She who wears the long gloves1930Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopherpoem

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122KienastKeinast was the name of the man who1917Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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123Kleist in ThumKleist found board and lodging in a villa near Thun1913Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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124KnockingI am completely beat, this head hurts me1923Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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125KurtKurt was a boorish fellow1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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126Ladies' ShoesIn speaking of ladies shoes, we distinguish1922“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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127Lake GreifenIt’s chilly this morning, and I set out at a march1899“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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128Lake PieceThis piece is very simple, it's about a beatiful summer evening and many people who promenaded back and forth along the shore of the lake1917The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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129Lake, TheWith every step on the way to the lake1932Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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130Last Prose Piece, TheThis is likely to be my last prose piece1919“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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131LaughterI heard some heavenly laughter1914Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susan

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132Letter of a EuropeanI'm at present in such a purified and peaceful state.1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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133Letter to a Patient LadyMy colleagues, perhaps not all but probably many of them1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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134Letter to EdithIf you’d listen for a moment, I’d let you know that1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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135Letter to Herman Hesse, Biel, November 15, 1917Thank you for your kind letter1917Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Middleton, Christopher

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136Letter to Lisa Walser, Zurich, May 5, 1898I'm sending you two little books1898Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susan

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137Letter to Max Brod, Berne, October 4, 1927I received your card1927Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susan

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138Letter to Teresa Breitbach, ARosi Breitbach, altogether most esteemed young lady!1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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139Letter to the Commissioner of NovellasIt isn't as though I were too indolent1920s (late)Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Arndt, Walser

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140LindberghOh how they pique me, the chestnut flambeaux1927Fragments of Imaginary Landscapes: Joan Nelson and Robert Walser, (Swiss Institute New York)1994Middleton, Christophermicroscript no. 51; poem

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141Little Berliner, ThePapa boxed my ears today1914Selected Stories1982Watts, Harriett

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142Little Landscape, AA little tree that stands in the meadow1898Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Markpoem

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143Little Ramble, AI walked through the mountains today1914Selected Stories1982Whalen, Tom

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144Little Tree, TheI see it, even when I walk past, hardly noticing1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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145Looking out into the landscapeLooking out into the landscape, I'm able to observe1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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146Loud expressions of opinionLoud expressions of opinion and confessions of faith1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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147Lump of Sugar, AIn Berlin I once saw a baby bootee movie that took place in California1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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148Maidservant StoryOne thing you had to give her credit for1927-28Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript

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149Man Who Was Demanding, TheThen there were charming nooks, real gifts for the fastidious eye1932Fragments of Imaginary Landscapes: Joan Nelson and Robert Walser, (Swiss Institute New York)1994Middleton, ChristopherMicroscript 9a/V; trans. by SB as "The Demanding Fellow"

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150MarieI took up lodgings in a tiny room that might once1916“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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151MarketA farmer’s market is bright, lively, sumptuous1908“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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152Marriage Proposal, TheJust as indisputably as there can be both1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 434

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153MasqueradeThe enormous forehead of one of them1927“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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154Masters and WorkersThere are not many things that I want to say1928Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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155Mehlmann: A Fairy TaleOnce there was a small, black-draped stage1903Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susan

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156MinotaurWhen I’m awake as an author, I pass life by1926-27“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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157Monkey, TheTenderly yet in some degree hardheartedly should this tale be tackled1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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158Moonlight StoryLet the following brief tale be told with the gestures of someone giving a speech1928“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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159Mountain HallsDo you know the mountain halls1908“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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160My EndeavorsIn the course of time I have become a cause of disquiet1928-29Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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161My Fiftieth BirthdayI was born in April in a small town1928German Poetry: 1910-19751977Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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162My subject here is a victorMy subject here is a victor1930-33Microscripts1930-33Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 50

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163NervousI am a little worn out, raddled, squashed1916Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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164New Novel, TheExceptionally estimable, good, nice, dear people they all were1916www.nplusonemag.com, July 16, 20072007Searls, Damion

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165Nimble and the Lazy, TheI confess that the invention of the story I'm telling here has caused me the greatest difficulties, though it's likely you will find it a little silly1917The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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166Not that I intend this to have a political senseNot that I intend this to have a political sense1928PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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167Note on Van Gogh's L'Arlesienne, AIn front of this picture1912Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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168Nothing at AllA woman who was only just a little flighty1917Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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169O how in this not largeO how in this not large, not too spacious1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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170OdysseusOdysseus was said to be really shrewd1920Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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171Office, TheDriftwood1977Bonner, Rogerpoem

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172Old Fountain, TheI recently wrote the following in my notebook1919“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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173Olga's StoryOlga was telling her story1921Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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174OnI wanted to stop, stand stillpre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
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175One and Only, TheShe to whom poems are addressed1924-25Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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176One of the Fairy Tales, TheSoon things will go too far1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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177Only half an hour agoOnly half an hour ago1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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178Oppressive LightTwo trees rise bare in the snowpre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 82007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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179OskarHe began this strange behavior at a very early age1914Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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180OvationImagine dear reader the beauty and magic1912Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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181OvationTry, dear reader, to imagine how lovelyAtlas Anthology III. London.1985Kirkup, James

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182Painter's Life, AIn early youth he sat in an attic room and drew a picture of a horse-man1916Walser and the Visual Arts, (CUNY), ed. Tamara S. Evans1996Middleton, Christopher

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183Parisian NewspapersSince I have been reading the Parisian newspapers1925Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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184Park, TheSoldiers on duty sit on a bench beside the gates1907Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susan

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185PierrotTexas Quarterly 8.31964Middleton, Christopher

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186Pimp, TheWhat an irreparable error it would be1927Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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187Poem from the MicroscriptsIn the hamper of laundry basket1924-25Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Markmicroscript, poem

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188Poems from the Microscripts (12 poems)1927-28PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001

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189PoetsTo the question: How do authors of sketches, stories, and novels get along in life1917Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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190Prodigal Son, TheOnce again I encountered the "incomparably uncanny man"1927Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 408/II

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191Prose PieceResemblances exist between snowflakes and leaves1927-28“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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192Prose PieceBetween snowflakes and leaves there are resemblances1927-28, possibly 1929Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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193RadioYesterday I used a radio receiver for the first time1926Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 337

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194Ramses IIRamses II became younger1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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195Red Thread, TheThroughout world history, to which I've recently given some attention1926-27Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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196Response to a RequestYou ask me if I have an idea for you1907Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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197Robber, TheA pretty woman loved a robber1921Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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198Robber, TheEdith loves him. More on this later1925Robber, The2005Bernofsky, Susannovel

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199Robert the RascalRobert, a modest, finger-thin, spidery seedling1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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200Salon EpisodeThe wife of a professor!1926“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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201Sampler PlateWhen I narrate a story, I think about food1927-28“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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202SchnappsYears ago I read a story treating of this topic1930-33Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 47/II

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203SchwendimannOnce there was a strange man1917The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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204Seamstress, TheLyrik and Prosa 7, Buffalo (NY)1974Kaufman, Herbert L.

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205She addressed me in a formal styleShe addressed me in a formal style as no one else would have dared1928Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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206She-Owl, TheA she-owl in a ruined wall said to herself1921Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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207She's such a nice woman . . .She’s such a nice woman, who, I wish to point out1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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208Should Promises Be Broken?: Tragedy in a Few Lines by a Novice, i.e., by MeOnce there was, let’s say, a little lass here1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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209Simon: A Love StorySimon was twenty years old when it occurred to him1903“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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210Sketch for a CurtainraiserA Stage. The curtain risesAtlas Anthology III. London.1985Kirkup, James

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211Sketch, AI tremble less at the whims and oddities of others1928-29Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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212Slap in the Face, et cetera, AI tied ice skates onto a woman teacher1925Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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213Small Town, ARarely have my eyes, ever eager to soak up beauty1930“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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214SnowHere, my dear friend, we have snow1914Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susan

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215SnowIt's snowing, snowing, covers the earth all roundpre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 82007Hamburger, Michaelpoem

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216SnowdropsI have been writing a letter in which I announced1919Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomAnderegg, Trudi

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217SnowwhiteQueen1901Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Arndt, Walterplay

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219So here was a book againSo here was a book again, and again1930-33Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript

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218So! "I've Got You"One who could not trust his eyes1917Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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220Something About GoetheHe was still at odds with himself in many ways1921Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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221Somewhere and somewhenSomewhere and somewhen, in a region quite possibly1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 9a/VI

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222Songstress, TheAny grown person was permitted to enter1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 9a/IV

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223Sort of Cleopatra, ANot having learned all to much with regard to herself1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 107/I

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224Sort of Speech, AThis deputy, how he pursued in metropolitan suburbs1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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225Spanish Wine HallThere in this relatively airy hall1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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226Station (II), TheOne of the most ingenious and expedient technical creations of the new age is, in my opinion, the railroad station1932Fragments of Imaginary Landscapes: Joan Nelson and Robert Walser, (Swiss Institute New York)1994Middleton, Christophermicroscript no. 9

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227Stork and PorcupineHedgehog: Aren’t I captivating? Tell me!1925Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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228Story of the Prodigal Son, TheIf a country squire hadn't had two sons1917Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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229Strange City, AOnce upon a time, there was a city1905Robert Walser Rediscovered: Stories, Fairy Tales, and Critical Responses1985Harman, Mark

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230Strange Girl, TheEven though there aren’t two and half thoughts in my head1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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231Street, TheI had taken some steps1919Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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232Student and TeacherA woman who one day1916Vice (Magazine), vol. 16, no. 132009Searls, Damion

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233StyleStyle is a kind of manner1926Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tommicroscript

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234Sunday Walk (I)It being Sunday, a man went for a stroll1925“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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235Sweetheart, TheThe gypsy: I hadn’t a care in the world1924“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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236SwineA person can be swinish in matters of love1928Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 200

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238Tableau VivantA big-city courtyard, lit by the moon.Atlas Anthology III. London.1985Kirkup, James

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237Tableau VivantA metropolitan courtyard, moonlight.1909“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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239Tanners, TheOne morning a young boyish man walked into a bookshop1908Tanners, The2009Bernofsky, Susannovel

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240The failure to prize the chanceThe failure to prize the chance to spend time1927Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 419

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241The houses do not blow but stand robustThe houses do not blow but stand robust1928PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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242The idea was a delicate oneThe idea was a delicate one1928Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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243The stage-space might have measuredThe stage-space might have measured twenty meters1927Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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244The town might well be built of porcelainThe town might well be built of porcelain1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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245There exist drunken geniuses . . .There exist drunken geniuses capable of1926-27“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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246There still is something fine, for sureThere still is something fine, for sure1928PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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247There Was Once, to My Knowledge, a PoetThere was once, to my knowledge, a poet1927Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript

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248These little servicesThese little services, of singular loveliness1925Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christophermicroscript

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249TheseusAs Jakob Burkhardt teaches us1920Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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250This life, how old it isThis life, how old it is1928PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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251Thoughts on CezanneIf one chose to, one might notice a lack of bodilessness1929Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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252TitusDoesn’t it sound like sheer swank1925Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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253To a PoetWhy did you go, not long since1928Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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254Tobold (II)My name used to be Peter1917“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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255Too PhilosophicalHow ghostly in its sinkingpre 1909Modern Poetry in Translation: Third Series, Number 8
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256Toothache, TheI remember once I had for a time a severe toothache1917The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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257Train Station (II), TheOne of the cleverest and most practical technological advances1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 9a/VII; trans. by CM as "The Station II"

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258Tram Ride, TheWhen I’m walking I’m a foot soldier1921The Nimble and the Lazy. Black River Falls (WI), Obscure Publications2000Wiesner, AnnetteWhalen, Tom

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259TrousersI am thrilled to be writing a report on such a delicate subject1911Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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260Two Little FairytalesIn the street it was snowing. / The curtain went up, and there was tense interestAtlas Anthology III. London.1985Kirkup, James

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261Two Stories (The Genius, World)Wenzel, the genius / As old Herr Zerlander came home1902“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, Susan

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262Two Strange StoriesThe Man with the Pumpkin Head1913Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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263Usually I first put on a prose piece jacketUsually I first put on a prose piece jacket1925Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 190/III

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264Village Tale, AI sit down somewhat reluctantly at my desk to play my piano1927Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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265Violet, TheOne warm, dark evening in March1915“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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266VladimirWe shall call him Vladimir, since it is a rare name1925Selected Stories1982Whalen, TomGehrig, Carol

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267Walk, TheI have to report that one fine morning1917Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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268Was it really so, did you love me?Was it really so, did you love me?1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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269Well ThenA delightful, distinguished bourgeois family1917Review of Contemporary Fiction, v. 12, no. 1, Spring1992Harman, Mark

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270What a nice writer I met recentlyWhat a nice writer I met recently1932Fragments of Imaginary Landscapes: Joan Nelson and Robert Walser, (Swiss Institute New York)1994Middleton, Christophermicroscript no. 9a/III

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271What a nice writer I ran into not long agoWhat a nice writer I ran into not long ago1932Microscripts2010Bernofsky, Susanmicroscript no. 9a/III

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272White Lady, TheLast night I was returning from an excursion1926Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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273Wicked Woman, TheA woman who one day1916Vice (Magazine), vol. 16, no. 132009Searls, Damion

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274WinterIn winter the fog makes much of itself1919Selected Stories1982Middleton, Christopher

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275Worn-out Man, TheSlowly a worn-out man went on his way1930-31“Masquerade” and Other Stories1990Bernofsky, SusanWhalen, Tom

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276Writing Geschwister TannerThe thrilling brilliance of the capital's somber streets1914Speaking to the Rose: Writings, 1912-19322005Middleton, Christopher

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277You fool, you do not know the ways of childrenYou fool, you do not know the ways of children1927PN Review 140. Manchester (UK), July-August2001Middleton, Christophermicroscript, poem

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