La lecture en ligne est gratuite
Le téléchargement nécessite un accès à la bibliothèque YouScribe
Tout savoir sur nos offres
Télécharger Lire

Andrea Delfin

De
107 pages
**This is a COPYRIGHTED Project Gutenberg Etext, Details Below**
Copyright laws are changing all over the world, be sure to check the laws for your country before redistributing these
files!!!
Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse (1830-1914)
Translated by Gunther Olesch in 2000.
(C) 2000 Gunther Olesch.
You may enjoy this text for your personal pleasure.
Any commercial exploitation requires the translator's consent.
Please take a look at the important information in this header. We encourage you to keep this file on your own disk,
keeping an electronic path open for the next readers.
Please do not remove this.
This should be the first thing seen when anyone opens the book. Do not change or edit it without written permission. The
words are carefully chosen to provide users with the information they need about what they can legally do with the texts.
**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts**
**Etexts Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971**
*These Etexts Prepared By Hundreds of Volunteers and Donations*
Information on contacting Project Gutenberg to get Etexts, and further information is included below. We need your
donations.
Information on contacting Project Gutenberg to get Etexts, and further information is included below. We need your
donations.
As of 12/12/00 contributions are only being solicited from people in:
Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Montana,
Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, ...
Voir plus Voir moins
**This is a COPYRIGHTED Project GutenbergEtext, Details Below**Copyright laws are changing all over the world, besure to check the laws for your country beforeredistributing these files!!!Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse (1830-1914)Translated by Gunther Olesch in 2000.(C) 2000 Gunther Olesch.You may enjoy this text for your personal pleasure.Any commercial exploitation requires thetranslator's consent.Please take a look at the important information inthis header. We encourage you to keep this file onyour own disk, keeping an electronic path open forthe next readers.Please do not remove this.This should be the first thing seen when anyoneopens the book. Do not change or edit it withoutwritten permission. The words are carefully chosento provide users with the information they needabout what they can legally do with the texts.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain VanillaElectronic Texts****Etexts Readable By Both Humans and ByComputers, Since 1971** *These Etexts Prepared By HundredsofVolunteers and Donations*Information on contacting Project Gutenberg to getEtexts, and further information is included below.We need your donations.Information on contacting Project Gutenberg to getEtexts, and further information is included below.
We need your donations.As of 12/12/00 contributions are only beingsolicited from people in:Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa,Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Montana,Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota,Texas, Vermont, and Wyoming.As the requirements for other states are met,additions to this list will be made and fund raisingwill begin in the additional states. Please feel freeto ask to check the status of your state.These donations should be made to:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive FoundationPMB 1131739 University Ave.Oxford, MS 38655-4109Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse (1830-1914)Translated by Gunther Olesch in 2000.(C) 2000 Gunther Olesch.You may enjoy this text for your personal pleasure.Any commercial exploitation requires thetranslator's consent.Title: Andrea DelfinAuthor: Paul HeyseTranslator: Gunther OleschRelease Date: April, 2002 [Etext #3156C][Yes, we are about one year ahead of schedule][The actual date this file first posted = 01/14/01]Edition: 10Language: EnglishProject Gutenberg's Etext of "Andrea Delfin", byPaul Heyse
***This file should be named phade10.txt orphade10.zip****Corrected EDITIONS of our etexts get a newNUMBER, phade11.txtWe are now trying to release all our books oneyear in advance of the official release dates,leaving time for better editing. Please beencouraged to send us error messages even yearsafter the official publication date.Please note: neither this list nor its contents arefinal till midnight of the last day of the month of anysuch announcement. The official release date of allProject Gutenberg Etexts is at Midnight, CentralTime, of the last day of the stated month. Apreliminary version may often be posted forsuggestion, comment and editing by those whowish to do so.Most people start at our sites at:http://gutenberg.net http://promo.net/pgThose of you who want to download any Etextbefore announcement can surf to them as follows,and just download by date; this is also a good wayto get them instantly upon announcement, as theindexes our cataloguers produce obviously take awhile after an announcement goes out in theProject Gutenberg Newsletter.http://www.ibiblio.org/gutenberg/etext02orftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/docs/books/gutenberg/etext02Or /etext01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 92,91 or 90Just search by the first five letters of the filenameyou want, as it appears in our Newsletters.Information about Project Gutenberg (one page)We produce about two million dollars for each hour
we work. The time it takes us, a ratherconservative estimate, is fifty hours to get anyetext selected, entered, proofread, edited,copyright searched and analyzed, the copyrightletters written, etc. This projected audience is onehundred million readers. If our value per text isnominally estimated at one dollar then we produce$2 million dollars per hour this year as we releasefifty new Etext files per month, or 500 more Etextsin 2000 for a total of 3000+ If they reach just 1-2%of the world's population then the total shouldreach over 300 billion Etexts given away by year'send.The Goal of Project Gutenberg is to Give AwayOne Trillion Etext Files by December 31, 2001.[10,000 x 100,000,000 = 1 Trillion] This is tenthousand titles each to one hundred millionreaders, which is only about 4% of the presentnumber of computer users.At our revised rates of production, we will reachonly one-third of that goal by the end of 2001, orabout 3,333 Etexts unless we manage to get somereal funding.The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundationhas been created to secure a future for ProjectGutenberg into the next millennium.We need your donations more than ever!Presently, contributions are only being solicitedfrom people in:Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa,Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Nevada,Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina,South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, and Wyoming.As the requirements for other states are met,additions to this list will be made and fund raisingwill begin in the additional states.These donations should be made to:
Project Gutenberg Literary Archive FoundationPMB 1131739 University Ave.Oxford, MS 38655-4109Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation,EIN [Employee Identification Number] 64-6221541,has been approved as a 501(c)(3) organization bythe US Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Donationsare tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.As the requirements for other states are met,additions to this list will be made and fund raisingwill begin in the additional states.All donations should be made to the ProjectGutenberg LiteraryArchive Foundation. Mail to:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive FoundationPMB 1131739 University AvenueOxford, MS 38655-4109 [USA]We need your donations more than ever!You can get up to date donation information at:http://www.gutenberg.net/donation.html***You can always email directly to:Michael S. Hart <hart@pobox.com>hart@pobox.com forwards to hart@prairienet.organd archive.org if your mail bounces fromarchive.org, I will still see it, if it bounces fromprairienet.org, better resend later on. . . .We would prefer to send you this information byemail.
Prof. Hart will answer or forward your message.***Example command-line FTP session:ftp ftp.ibiblio.org login: anonymous password:your@login cd pub/docs/books/gutenberg cdetext90 through etext99 or etext00 throughetext02, etc. dir [to see files] get or mget [to getfiles. . .set bin for zip files] GET GUTINDEX.?? [toget a year's listing of books, e.g., GUTINDEX.99]GET GUTINDEX.ALL [to get a listing of ALL books]**The Legal Small Print****Information prepared by the Project Gutenberglegal advisor** (Three Pages)***START** SMALL PRINT! for COPYRIGHTPROTECTED ETEXTS ***TITLE AND COPYRIGHT NOTICE:Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse (1830-1914)Translated by Gunther Olesch in 2000.(C) 2000 Gunther Olesch.You may enjoy this text for your personal pleasure.Any commercial exploitation requires thetranslator's consent.This etext is distributed by Professor Michael S.Hart through theProject Gutenberg Association (the "Project")under the "ProjectGutenberg" trademark and with the permission ofthe etext'scopyright owner.Please do not use the "PROJECT GUTENBERG"trademark to market any commercial productswithout permission.LICENSE You can (and are encouraged!) to copy
and distribute this Project Gutenberg-tm etext.Since, unlike many other of the Project's etexts, itis copyright protected, and since the materials andmethods you use will effect the Project'sreputation, your right to copy and distribute it islimited by the copyright laws and by the conditionsof this "Small Print!" statement.[A] ALL COPIES: You may distribute copies of thisetext electronically or on any machine readablemedium now known or hereafter discovered solong as you:(1) Honor the refund and replacementprovisions of this "Small Print!" statement;and(2) Pay a royalty to the Foundation of 20% of thegross profits you derive calculated using themethod you already use to calculate yourapplicable taxes. If you don't derive profits, noroyalty is due. Royalties are payable to "ProjectGutenberg Literary Archive Foundation" within the60 days following each date you prepare (or werelegally required to prepare) your annual (orequivalent periodic) tax return.[B] EXACT AND MODIFIED COPIES: The copiesyou distribute must either be exact copies of thisetext, including this Small Print statement, or canbe in binary, compressed, mark- up, or proprietaryform (including any form resulting from wordprocessing or hypertext software), so long as*EITHER*:(1) The etext, when displayed, is clearly readable,and does *not* contain characters other than thoseintended by the author of the work, although tilde(~), asterisk (*) and underline (_) characters maybe used to convey punctuation intended by theauthor, and additional characters may be used toindicate hypertext links; OR(2) The etext is readily convertible by the reader atno expense into plain ASCII, EBCDIC or equivalentform by the program that displays the etext (as isthe case, for instance, with most word processors);
OR(3) You provide or agree to provide on request atno additional cost, fee or expense, a copy of theetext in plain ASCII.LIMITED WARRANTY; DISCLAIMER OFDAMAGES This etext may contain a "Defect" in theform of incomplete, inaccurate or corrupt data,transcription errors, a copyright or otherinfringement, a defective or damaged disk,computer virus, or codes that damage or cannotbe read by your equipment. But for the "Right ofReplacement or Refund" described below, theProject (and any other party you may receive thisetext from as a PROJECT GUTENBERG-tm etext)disclaims all liability to you for damages, costs andexpenses, including legal fees, and YOU HAVE NOREMEDIES FOR NEGLIGENCE OR UNDERSTRICT LIABILITY, OR FOR BREACH OFWARRANTY OR CONTRACT, INCLUDING BUTNOT LIMITED TO INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL,PUNITIVE OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, EVEN IFYOU GIVE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OFSUCH DAMAGES.If you discover a Defect in this etext within 90 daysof receiving it, you can receive a refund of themoney (if any) you paid for it by sending anexplanatory note within that time to the person youreceived it from. If you received it on a physicalmedium, you must return it with your note, andsuch person may choose to alternatively give you areplacement copy. If you received it electronically,such person may choose to alternatively give you asecond opportunity to receive it electronically.THIS ETEXT IS OTHERWISE PROVIDED TOYOU "AS-IS". NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANYKIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARE MADE TOYOU AS TO THE ETEXT OR ANY MEDIUM ITMAY BE ON, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TOWARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY ORFITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Somestates do not allow disclaimers of impliedwarranties or the exclusion or limitation of
consequential damages, so the above disclaimersand exclusions may not apply to you, and you mayhave other legal rights.INDEMNITY You will indemnify and hold MichaelHart and the Foundation, and its trustees andagents, and any volunteers associated with theproduction and distribution of Project Gutenberg-tmtexts harmless, from all liability, cost and expense,including legal fees, that arise directly or indirectlyfrom any of the following that you do or cause: [1]distribution of this etext, [2] alteration, modification,or addition to the etext, or [3] any Defect.WHAT IF YOU *WANT* TO SEND MONEY EVENIF YOU DON'T HAVE TO? Project Gutenberg isdedicated to increasing the number of publicdomain and licensed works that can be freelydistributed in machine readable form.The Project gratefully accepts contributions ofmoney, time,public domain materials, or royalty free copyrightlicenses.Money should be paid to the:"Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation."If you are interested in contributing scanningequipment or software or other items, pleasecontact Michael Hart at: hart@pobox.com*SMALL PRINT! Ver.12.12.00 FOR COPYRIGHTPROTECTED ETEXTS*END*Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse (1830-1914)Translated by Gunther Olesch in 2000.(C) 2000 Gunther Olesch.You may enjoy this text for your personal pleasure.Any commercial exploitation requires thetranslator's consent.
**This is a COPYRIGHTED Project GutenbergEtext, Details Above**Andrea Delfin (1859)by Paul Heyse (1830-1914)Translated by Gunther Olesch in 2000 from theHTML files available athttp://gutenberg.aol.de/heyse/delfin/delfin.htmTranslator's CommentsPaul Johann Ludwig Heyse was born on March 15,1830, in Berlin. His father was a professor ofphilology and his mother was a relative ofMendelssohn-Bartholdy, the composer. Thus, PaulHeyse grew up in an atmosphere of appreciationfor the fine arts. He studied classical philology, arthistory, and Romance philology, obtaining hisdoctorate in 1852, and became a widely respectedauthority on literature.In 1910, Paul Heyse was awarded the Nobel Prizefor literature and was ennobled as Paul von Heyse.He died on April 4, 1914, in Munich.Trying to find out whether English translations ofPaul Heyse's work were already available, I turnedto the online catalog of the Library of Congress.Aside from many German editions, I found thefollowing books, which seem to contain Englishtranslations:1867-68 Good stories … [various authors:N.Hawthorne, F.J.O'Brien, H.Zschokke,P.J.L.Heyse, W.M.Thackeray.] 1867 L'Arrabiataand other tales. Tr. by Mary Wilson. 1870 The
Un pour Un
Permettre à tous d'accéder à la lecture
Pour chaque accès à la bibliothèque, YouScribe donne un accès à une personne dans le besoin