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Arthur Schnitzler and his age

Arthur Schnitzler and his age

intellectual and artistic currents

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Published by Bouvier Verlag H. Grundmann in Bonn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Austria
    • Subjects:
    • Schnitzler, Arthur, 1862-1931 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
    • Arts, Austrian -- 19th century.,
    • Austria -- Intellectual life -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Petrus W. Tax and Richard H. Lawson.
      SeriesModern German studies,, v. 13
      ContributionsTax, Petrus W., Lawson, Richard H.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPT2638.N5 Z525 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 153 p. ;
      Number of Pages153
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2581214M
      ISBN 103416018435
      LC Control Number85129029

      Biography. Arthur Schnitzler was born the son of the Jewish doctor Johann Schnitzler, a throat specialist, on in Vienna. His mother, Louise, belonged to a wealthy, well respected Viennese family whereas his father had worked his way up . The Paperback of the Casanova's Homecoming (Esprios Classics) by Arthur Schnitzler at Barnes & Noble. he was still hunted athwart the world, hunted now by a restlessness due to the approach of old age. His yearning for Venice, the city of his birth, grew so intense that, like a wounded bird slowly circling downwards in its death flight, he.

      Arthur Schnitzler was an Austrian playwright and author. Schnitzler's father, Professor Johann Schnitzler (–), was an eminent Viennese throat specialist. Since his patients included dramatic and operatic stars, young Schnitzler was in constant contact with theatrical life and began writing plays while still a youth. The book also offers an unprecedented account of Kaufmann’s close relationship with Arthur Schnitzler, the famed Austrian dramatist, whose diary offers important clues to Kaufmann’s life and work as a philosopher. There is a collection of 71 Kaufmann games with detailed annotations and diagrams.

      Buy This Book in Print summary Originally published in , Richard H. Allen's volume with a foreword by Robert O. Weiss was the first comprehensive bibliography of Arthur Schnitzler's writings, including his literary works (with translation and criticism), philosophical reflections, essays, correspondence, and medical writings, together with. In addition to his dramas, Arthur Schnitzler wrote a large number of novellas, several novels, a collection of poems, and an autobiography entitled Jugend in Wien (; My Youth in Vienna, ).


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The Translation of this book was made by EDEN AND CEDAR PAUL. CHAPTER ONE. Casanova was in his fifty third year. Though no longer driven by the lust of adventure that had spurred him in his youth, he was still hunted athwart the world, hunted now by a restlessness due to the approach of old age.