The Story Without An End from the German of F. V. Carové

Creator: Sarah Austin
Publisher: London: Effingham Wilson
Issued: 1834
Source: Memoirs p. 67: “It is significant, in this respect, that two tales made a deep impression at this period on my mind. One was Andersen’s story of the Ugly Duckling...The other was a kind of allegory, called The Story Without An End, translated, I think, by Lucie Duff Gordan from the German.” The mystical, dreamy communion with nature in wild woods and leafy places took my fancy, and begat a mood of Sehnsucht which became habitual.
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