2 edition of Descriptive lists of French, German, Italian, Russian, and Norwegian tales and novels. found in the catalog.
Descriptive lists of French, German, Italian, Russian, and Norwegian tales and novels.
William McCrillis Griswold
|Series||Burt Franklin bibliography and reference series -- 135, Essays in literature and criticism -- 101|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||807|
Famous Stories from the Endlish, German, French, Italian, Arabic, Russian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Bohemian, Japanese and Other Sources Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, Manufacturer: W. E. Scull. It doesn't indicate the gender of the nouns in either the English-Norwegian or the Norwegian-English direction. And you can't speak or write Norwegian unless you know the gender of the nouns. And you can't tell the gender by looking at the word the way you can in Italian. A lesser complaint is that it doesn't mark the tone. Norwegian words have /5(4).
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