Bayard Quincy Morgan
Bayard Quincy Morgan (1883–1967) was an academic and translator. His translations include works by Goethe, Storm, Kleist, Eichendorff and Hauptmann.
BOOKS BY THIS TRANSLATOR
This multi-layered tale, first published in 1918, is widely regarded as the crowning achievement of Gerhart Hauptmann, the recipient of the 1912 Nobel Prize in Literature and one of the most important exponents of German Naturalism. When the young priest Francesco Vela becomes the incumbent of the p…READ MORE >
Partly autobiographical, and the prototype for many later Romantic works in its depiction of the sensitive, tortured hero, Goethe’s seminal classic is a timeless masterpiece of world literature. Part of Alma Classics Evergreens series, this edition contains an extensive critical apparatus, extra rea…READ MORE >
A romantic tale of an old man reminiscing about his youth and unfulfilled love, Immensee is considered by many to be Theodor Storm’s most accomplished work, evoking a reality which is veiled and haunted by dreams and illusion. This volume, which also contains Viola Tricolor, the delightful story of…READ MORE >