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Traveler, Scholar, Political Adventurer: A Transylvanian Baron at the Birth of Albanian Independence. The Memoires of Franz Nopcsa, edited by Elsie, Robert

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1. Elsie Robert. 1999. “"The Viennese Scholar Who Almost Became King of Albania: Baron Franz Nopcsa and His Contribution to Albanian Studies".” East European Quarterly Vol 33, no. 3: 327345.
2. ———, ed. and trans. 2001. Reisen in den Balkan: Die Lebenserinnerungen des Franz Baron Nopcsa. Peja: Dukagjini Balkan Books.
3. ———, and Mathie-Heck Janice, eds. and trans. 2005. Gjergj Fishta. The Highland Lute (Lahuta e Malcís): The Albanian National Epic. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
4. ———, eds. and trans. 2008.Lightning from the Depths: An Anthology of Albanian Poetry. Evanston: Northwestern University Press.

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