6 edition of Transylvania, the land beyond the forest found in the catalog.
Transylvania, the land beyond the forest
Louis C. Cornish
Appendix (p. -258): The Moscow-Roumanian armistice.--The British-French proposed union.--The Saxons, by Joseph Deer and Bela Pukanszky.--The Hungarian minorities, by Tibor Eckhardt.--Transylvania"s situation in Hungary and Europe, by Count Paul Teleki.
|Statement||by Louis C. Cornish.|
|LC Classifications||D821.T7 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 258 p.|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||47019400|
Transylvania Beyond is a not for profit organisation dedicated to promoting the region of Transylvania both locally and around the world. Transylvania Beyond is inspired by the centuries-old name of the region: “trans-silva” means “beyond the forest” in Latin. In modern times, Transylvania has always been positioned somewhere between myth and reality. Transylvania means 'the land beyond the forest.' In what ways does Stoker create the impression that Jonathan is traveling to a part of the world beyond the reach of an ordinary Victorian reader? Thanks for any help.
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In Latin, ‘Transylvania’ translates as ‘The Land Beyond the Forest’. Join us as we explore the stories and legends of the green fields and gorges, fortified churches and sleepy hamlets. Of course, the tour wouldn’t be complete without some vampire legends thrown in too! Attractions near Transylvania The Land Beyond The Forest: ( km) King Matthias Corvin Statue ( km) St. Michael's Church ( km) Museum Square ( km) The Transylvania Museum of Etnografico ( km) Reformed Church of Cluj-Napoca; View all attractions near Transylvania The Land Beyond The Forest on Tripadvisor4/5(8).
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Transylvania - The Land Beyond the Forest Paperback – Octo by Emily Gerard (Author)5/5(1). Then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, today a region of western Romania, Transylvania was little known to readers back in England.
In the years following, she wrote this full-length account (published in ) as well as several articles on the region, which Bram Stoker used when researching the setting for Dracula.5/5(1). The Land Beyond the Forest, Vol. 1 of 2: Facts, Figures, and Fancies From Transylvania (Classic Reprint) Paperback – June 8, /5(2).
A rare first-hand Victorian account of this little-known region, published in when it was part of the Austro-Hungarian The land beyond the forest book. In a highly engaging, anecdotal style, novelist Emily Gerard combines her personal recollections of with a detailed account of the landscape, people, superstitions and by: 3.
PREFACE. In the spring of my husband was appointed to the command of the cavalry brigade in Transylvania, composed of two hussar regiments, stationed respectively at Hermanstadt and Kronstadt—a very welcome nomination, as gratifying a long-cherished wish of mine to visit that part of the Austrian empire known as the Land beyond the Forest.
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Book description Novelist Emily Gerard (–) went with her husband, an officer in the Austrian army, to Transylvania for two years in Then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, today a region of western Romania, Transylvania was little known to readers back in England.
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Certainly not for the faint of heart, this book contains histories of Transylvania's distant ies that go beyond the well-worn tales of Vlad the impaler. Her book on the region, The Land beyond the Forest: Facts, Figures and Fancies from Transylvania (), was more than a collection of folkloric anecdotes; as well as providing for the English-reading public a survey of the customs and traditions of what was then an exotic location, she described the political situation and suggested that these areas had a role in the wider sphere of European politics.
The Land Beyond the Forest (Transylvania) Europe's best kept secret - a region rich in folklore and tradition, ubparallelled hospitality, myth, mystery and legend.
Villages straight out of the pages of a fairytale remain havens of peace and tranquillity and a reminder of a past age. Her book The Land Beyond the Forest () and essay "Transylvania Superstitions" is credited with inspiring Bram Stoker to write Dracula.
The latter publication also introduced Stoker to the term "Nosferatu" to describe the undead. A few years before, Stoker came upon Emily Gerard’s book about Transylvania, entitled The Land Beyond the Forest, published in In chapter XXV (The Roumanians: Death and Burial – Vampires and Were-Wolves) she speaks in detail about the funeral ceremonies performed by Romanian peasants and about their beliefs related to the world of the dead.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Novelist Emily Gerard ( - ) went with her hus 4/5(8).
Beyond the Forest is an travel information site providing everything you need to plan your holiday in Romania, and especially the mountainous region of historic Transylvania.
The site is divided into the following sections: 1. REGIONS OF ROMANIA (below): pages with information about places to visit, what to do and see in different geographical regions of Romania. Buy Transylvania - The Land Beyond the Forest by Gerard, Emily (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Transylvania – The Land Beyond the Forest Ma by Hendrik de Backer Transylvania, a region in rural Romania in Central Europe, is for many people linked to and associated with the fictional Dracula figure out of the 19th century book by Bram : Hendrik de Backer.
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