Turn-of-the-Century Vienna and its Legacy

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[1993]: Edition Atelier, Wien

Turn-of-the-Century Vienna and its Legacy. Essays in Honor of Donald G. Daviau. Edited by Jeffrey B. Berlin, Jorun B. Johns, and Richard H. Lawaon. 546p.

Contents:

Prefaces

[1].
Peter Marboe, Wolfgang Waldner, p. (i)
[2].
Wolfgang Unger, pp. iii-vii
[3].
Richard H. Lawson, pp. ix-x


Essays

[4].
Lore Muerdel Dormer. "Saint and Sinner: Some Reflections on the Image of Woman in the Works of Hofmannsthal and his Viennese Contemporaries", pp. (1)-18
[5].
Gudrun Brokoph Mauch. "The Transformation of a Stereotype: The Femme Fragile in Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Der Abenteuer und die Sängerin", pp. (19)-28
[6].
Reingard Nethersole. "Viennese Early Postmodernism: Hofmannsthal's 'Prolog zu dem Buch Anatol'", pp. (29)-45
[7].
Adrian Del Caro. "Hofmannsthal's Vienna 1890-1900: The Poetics of Transition", pp. (47)-65
[8].
Jens Rieckmann. "Schools of Inauthenticity: the Image of the Akademisches Gymnasium and the Burgtheater in Hofmannsthal's Formative years", pp. (67)-77
[9].
Klaus Weissenberger. "Hofmannsthal's Essays 'Erinnerung schöner Tage' and 'Augenblick in Griechenland' - An Artistic Depiction of the Creative Process", pp. (79)-88
[10].
G. J. Weinberger. "Arthur Schnitzler's The Sisters, or Casanova in Spa as Bildungskomödie", pp. (89)-102
[11].
Gerd Schneider. "Time and Time Again: Perspectivism, Primeval Power, and Eternal Recurrence in the Works of Friedrich Nietzsche and Arthur Schnitzler", pp. 103-118
[12].
Esther N. Elstun. "Richard Beer-Hofmann as (Auto)Biographer: Paula", pp. (119)-134
[13].
Kari Grimstad. "Karl Kraus as Playwright", pp. (135)-161
[14].
George C. Schoolfield. "Rilke's fin-de-siècle", pp. (163)-192
[15].
Leo A. Lensing. "Scribbling Squids and the Giant Octopus: Oskar Kokoschka's Unpublished Portrait of Peter Altenberg", pp. (193)-220. Contains 3 plates: Peter Altenberg (1909),p. 218; Peter Altenberg (1907), p. 219; Peter Altenberg (1914), p. 220
[16].
Andrew Barker. "Franz Kafka and Peter Altenberg", pp. (221)-238
[17].
Guy Stern. "Felice Bauer before and after Kafka: Searching for Her Views of Their Relationship", pp. (239)-250. Contains 4 photographs: Portrait of Felice Bauer by Teha Schleusner, p. 241; Ex Libris Felice Bauer, p. 244; Felice Bauer and her husband, February 1919, p. 245; Envelope of a letter from Kafka to Felice Bauer, p. 247
[18].
Dietmar Goltschnigg. "Never-Ending Shame: The Miserable End of Josef K. in the context of Kafka's Life and Work", pp. (251)-267
[19].
Maria Luise Caputo-Mayr. "The Grotesque in Kafka: A Critical Appraisal of Scholarly Discussion", pp. (269)-286
[20].
Kathleen Thorpe. "Notes on Rudolf Payer von Thurn's Novelle: Doktor Faust. Ein Gelehrtenschicksal", pp. (287)-296
[21].
Mark H. Gelber. "Theodor Herzl, Martin Buber, Berthold Feiwel, and the Young-Jewish Viennese Poets", pp. (297)-316
[22].
Donald A. Prater. "Stefan Zweig and the Vienna of Yesterday", pp. (317)-336
[23].
Joseph P. Strelka. "The Paradox and Dilemma of the Humanist in Our Century: On the Fiftieth Anniversary (1942-1992) of the Death of Stefan Zweig", pp. (337)-350
[24].
Harry Zohn. "The Tragic End of a Great European: Stefan Zweig's Letters from Exile", pp. (351)-360
[25].
Jeffrey B. Berlin. "The Struggle for Survival - From Hitler's Appointment to the Nazi Book-Burnings: Some Unpublished Stefan Zweig Letters, with an Unpublished Manifesto", pp. (361)-387
[26].
Beth Bjorklund. "Horváth's Unbekannte", pp. (389)-412
[27].
Ehrhard Bahr. "Modernism and Antimodernism in Werfel's Work between 1923 and 1933: A Reassessment", pp. (413)-423
[28].
Margarita Pazi. "Max Brod" Unambo", pp. (425)-441
[29].
Michael Mitchell. "'A City Set Apart from the World': The Image of Vienna in F. T. Csokor's Work", pp. (443)-458
[30].
Rodney Symington. "Doderer's Cannae: History as Metaphor, Metaphor as History", pp. (459)-479
[31].
Jürgen Koppensteiner. "Franz Karl Ginzkey and the Old Austrian Army: Remarks on the Life and Work of a Poet from the Milieu of Jung-Wien", pp. (481)-492
[32].
Allan Janik. "Wittgenstein on Madness, Mistakes, Metaphysics, and Method", pp. (493)-505
[33].
Reinhold Grimm. "'My Stepmother Town': Felix Pollak and Vienna", pp. (507)-528
[34].
Tabula gratulatoria, pp. (529)-531
[35].
Index, pp. (533)-546


References to Stefan Zweig

[1].
Zweig, Stefan [pseud. Stephen Branch], pp. 2, 3, 29, 47, 221, 302, 305-307, 309, 310, 314, 315, 317-387, 481, 483
[2].
Balzac, pp. 338, 340, 349
[3].
"Der begrabene Leuchter", p. 356
[4].
"Brennendes Geheimnis", p. 351
[5].
Briefe an Freunde, p. 351
[6].
"The Buried Candlestick", pp. 341, 356
[7].
Castellio against Calvin, pp. 341, 348
[8].
"Declaraçao", p. 350
[9].
Erasmus, pp. 340, 341, 354
[10].
"Eyes of the Eternal Brother", p. 340
[11].
Jeremiah, pp. 337, 340
[12].
Joseph Fouché, p. 340
[13].
Magellan, p. 341
[14].
Montaigne, pp. 341, 350
[15].
"Rachel Argues with God", p. 340
[16].
Three Masters, pp. 338, 340
[17].
Die Welt von Gestern, pp. 353, 462
[18].
The World of Yesterday, p. 462
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