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by G. J. Weinberger,Arthur Schnitzler

ePub Professor Bernhardi and Other Plays (STUDIES IN AUSTRIAN LITERATURE, CULTURE, AND THOUGHT TRANSLATION SERIES) download
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G. J. Weinberger,Arthur Schnitzler
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SCHNITZLER, Arthur (LITERATURE). Born: Vienna, Austria, 15 May 1862. Education: Educated at Akademisches Gymnasium, Vienna, 1871-79; studied medicine at the University of Vienna, 1879-85, . Reichart and Herman Salinger, 1963; Arthur Schnitzler: Die spate Prosa als Gipfel seines Schaffens by William H. Rey, 1968; The Concept of the Physician in the Writings of Hans Carossa and Arthur Schnitzler by Marie P. Alter, 1971; Arthur Schnitzler: A Critical Study by Martin Swales, 1971; Arthur Schnitzler.

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A member of the avant-garde group Young Vienna (Jung-Wien), Schnitzler toyed with formal as well as social conventions. In addition to his plays and fiction, Schnitzler meticulously kept a diary from the age of 17 until two days before his death

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Long considered one of Arthur Schnitzler's greatest accomplishments, Professor Bernhardi brings together its author's treatment of anti-Semitism, an important social problem in Austria then and now, and his penetrating study of its title character. A difficult, complex hero in the mold of Ibsen's Thomas Stockman, Bernhardi is made to suffer from the reaction to his ethical, humane decision to ease a dying girl's suffering, by people whose principles are not always as high as his own. The Comedy of Words treats a favorite theme of Schnitzler's, the misuse of language, while Fink and Fliederbusch stands out as one of the few genuine and enduring comedies in German literature.