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“(1966 -) is called Zeitschrift für vergleichende Litera - turwissenschaft.”
“Articles by Blau, Kara-Michailova, Karlik, and Rona often appeared in prestigious journals such as Zeitschrift für Physik, Physikalische Zeitschrift, Naturwissenschaften, Journal of the Chemical Society, and Nature.”
“Schwärmibriefe of Eusebius to Chiara," utterly unintelligible to the general reader of the "Zeitschrift," who, doubtless, fancied that its editor had gone mad, were quite clear to a certain little lady in”
“Zeitschrift' was published once, but not a second time, and so on.”
“The letters could hardly have seemed to him to be love letters, since he writes to Clara that he has been considering the publication of their correspondence in his "Zeitschrift," though he was probably not serious at this, seeing that he also plans to fill a balloon with his unwritten thoughts and send it to her, "properly addressed with a favourable wind.”
“Not only his books but numerous articles by Hug, especially in the Freiburg "Zeitschrift", kept up a constant attack on the arbitrary methods and questionable tactics of the negative critics.”
“In case neither Pohl nor his wife should go to Baden this summer (which however I scarcely expect will be the case), send the copy to Fraulein Genast (who, as I learn from the "Zeitschrift" [periodical], is at present in Carlsruhe) with the request that she will give it to Berlioz.”
“I am writing to Gille by the next post, and also to Muller, who rejoiced me lately by his Erinnerungs-Blatt [remembrance] from Weimar, (in the 8th November issue of the "Zeitschrift," which I have only now received).”
“Zeydner, “Kainszeichen, Keniter und Beschneidung,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 18 (1898): 120–26, and Theodor Reik, “Das Kainszeichen,” Imago 5 (1917–1919): 31–42.”
“Armin Ehrenzweig, “Kain und Lamech,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 35 1915: 1ff.”
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