|Original title||Das hohe Lied|
Published in English
The Song of Songs (German: Das hohe Lied) is a 1908 novel by the German writer Hermann Sudermann. It was published in English in 1909, translated by Thomas Seltzer. A new translation by Beatrice Marshall was published in 1913.
- 1914: The Song of Songs, play by Edward Sheldon
- 1918: The Song of Songs, film directed by Joseph Kaufman
- 1924: Lily of the Dust, film directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki
- 1933: The Song of Songs, film directed by Rouben Mamoulian
- 1973: The Song of Songs, BBC Television mini-series (with Penelope Wilton as Lily)
- Patterson, Anthony (2013). "The sentimentalization of the unpleasant: Naturalism, censorship and the British reception of Hermann Sudermann's The Song of Songs (1909)". Journal of European Studies. Sage Publications. 43 (1): 3–13.
- The Song of Songs at Project Gutenberg, Seltzer's translation
- The Song of Songs at Project Gutenberg, Marshall's translation
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