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    Margaret T. Peischl,Marianne Gruber
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Series: STUDIES IN AUSTRIAN LITERATURE, CULTURE, AND THOUGHT TRANSLATION SERIES. Paperback: 176 pages. Publisher: Ariadne Pr (October 15, 2000). ISBN-13: 978-1572410848. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top.

Two Stories (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought .

The Death of the Plover and Trace of the Buckskin: Two Stories (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series). 0929497910 (ISBN13: 9780929497914).

Marianne Gruber Margaret T. Peischl (translator). Short stories, Austrian, Social life & customs, Translations into English. htm last update: 9/29/2019.

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Set in a remote Austrian village, both The Death of the Plover and Trace of the Buckskin depict strong-willed individuals who review their flawed lives honestly and courageously and confront their impending deaths with dignity. Both the blind midwife Theresa and the farmer Unger are distinguished from their lesser fellowmen by virtue of their integrity and strength of character. The author renders vividly the sights and sounds of the homeland to which her characters are inextricably bound and portrays candidly the stark reality of the human condition.