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Schnitzler, Arthur 1862-1931

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Anatol by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

168 editions published between 1893 and 2012 in 15 languages and held by 1,403 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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Casanova's homecoming by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

175 editions published between 1900 and 2016 in 10 languages and held by 1,299 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

What happens to the great lover when he is old and no longer great?
La ronde by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

142 editions published between 1909 and 2014 in 13 languages and held by 1,186 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"First published for private circulation in Vienna in 1900, Arthur Schnitzler's famous play looks at the sexual morality and class ideology of his day through a series of sexual encounters between pairs of characters. When published publicly in 1903, it became an immediate best-seller, scandalized Viennese society, and a year later was censored. Schnitzler was accused of pornography and worse. In 1922 Freud wrote to him that "you have learned through intuition - though actually as a result of sensitive introspection - everything that I have had to unearth by laborious work on other persons." By choosing characters across the social spectrum, La Ronde offers a powerful view of how sexual contact transgresses boundaries of class. Nicholas Rudall's new translation sensitively captures the language distinctions of the representative characters in the play while providing a remarkably playable script."--Jacket
Rhapsody : a dream novel by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

142 editions published between 1926 and 2016 in 8 languages and held by 1,147 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Like his Viennese contemporary Sigmund Freud, the doctor and dramatist Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) was a bold pioneer in exploring the dark tangled roots of human sexuality." "Arthur Schnitzler is probably most famous for La Ronde, a play too scandalous to publish or perform in his own lifetime but whose daisy-chain of couplings inspired both Max Ophuls's classic film and David Hare's modernized version, The Blue Room, which played to sell-out audiences in the West End and on Broadway. Dream Story is an equally erotic work, in which a married couple are first traumatized and then achieve a new depth of understanding by confessing to each other their sexual fantasies, dream-like adventures and might-have-beens ..." "Taking us on a guided tour of Vienna's seedy cafes, redlight district, decadent villas, hospitals and morgue, Schnitzler uncovers the violence and depravity lurking beneath the surface of civilized society." "Dream Story is the inspiration for the film Eyes Wide Shut, co-written by Stanley Kubrick and Frederic Raphael."--Jacket
The road into the open by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

74 editions published between 1907 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 1,105 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On the outset, 'The Road to The Open' is about a talented young composer suffering from a lack of inspiration. It is, however, a brilliant description of a slice of pre-World War I Viennese society, especially its intelligentsia. The novel dexterously showcases 'fin-de-siècle Austria' - the veritable Austria of the salons, cafes and musical concert
None but the brave by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

141 editions published between 1901 and 2015 in 6 languages and held by 1,006 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"With Peter Altenberg and Hugo von Hofmansthal, Arthur Schnitzler was a major modernist of the period of Viennese intellectual activity from 1890 to 1930. Born in 1862 and trained as a physician, Schnitzler increasingly came to be influenced by the psychoanalysis centered around Sigmund Freud. Ultimately he gave up medicine to devote himself to writing brilliant psychological portraits of the Viennese bourgeois and upper classes of the fin de siecle." "Schnitzler's most famous works include his dramas. Anatol (1893), Liebelei (1896), and The Green Cockatoo (1899), and the fictions The Lonely Way (1904), The Road Into the Open (1908), Casanova's Homecoming (1918), and Dream Story (1926). Lieutenant Gustl, published in 1901, is among Schnitzler's major short works, and is important as one of the first examples in this century of "stream of consciousness" narration. James Joyce has admitted to have been influenced by this book in writing Ulysses." "A tour de force of modernist point-of-view, Lieutenant Gustl is highly critical of Austria's militarism, and resulted in anti-Semitic attacks to Schnitzler when it was first published."--Jacket
Fräulein Else; a novel by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

150 editions published between 1924 and 2015 in 8 languages and held by 996 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vereenvoudigde bewerking van de Oostenrijkse Klassieker van Arthur Schnitzler uit 1924 over een 19 jarig meisje dat voor een moeilijke beslissing staat
Daybreak by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

84 editions published between 1927 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 801 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Der junge Leutnant Wilhelm Kasda wird von seinem ehemaligen Dienstkamerad aufgesucht, der ihn um 960 Gulden anfleht, da er sich aus der Firmenkasse bedient hat und nun Angst hat, dies könnte ans Tageslicht kommen. Da Wilhelm jedoch selbst nur 120 Gulden besitzt, beschließt er das Geld für seinen Freund am Spieltisch zu gewinnen. Beim Kartenspiel mit Herren der besseren Gesellschaft, unter ihnen ein zwielichtiger Konsul, gewinnt Wilhelm auf die Schnelle über tausend Gulden. Eine Reihe von Zufällen bringen Wilhelm im Laufe der Nacht jedoch immer wieder zurück zum Spiel und zur schönen Leopoldine Labus, einem Schatten seiner Vergangenheit
Professor Bernhardi : Komödie in fünf Akten by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

76 editions published between 1912 and 2015 in 6 languages and held by 688 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Manuscript of play
Die Erzählenden Schriften by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

35 editions published between 1922 and 1981 in German and Undetermined and held by 528 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Undiscovered country by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

70 editions published between 1911 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 515 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tragicomedy set in turn-of-the-century Vienna. Philandering husband shocked to discover that his wife has acquired a young lover, and he feels honor-bound to challenge him to a duel
Flight into darkness by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

37 editions published between 1931 and 2016 in 4 languages and held by 503 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dr. Graesler by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

54 editions published between 1917 and 2016 in 3 languages and held by 496 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Arthur Schnitzler: Gesammelte Werke. Die erzählenden Schriften, 2 Bände, Frankfurt a.M.: S. Fischer Verlag, 1961. Erstdruck: Berliner Tageblatt, 10. Februar - 17. März 1917
Anatol : a sequence of dialogues by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

25 editions published between 1911 and 2011 in English and held by 470 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A cycle of one-act plays concerning a philanderer
Beatrice; a novel by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

50 editions published between 1913 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 469 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Beatrice Heinold, widow of well-known actor Ferdinand, is summering at one of the small lake villages in the Salzkammergut with her son Hugo. This is a genteel crowd of Viennese bourgeoisie, sophisticated, urbane and liberated. However, Beatrice realizes that her young son, Hugo, is either having an affair with, of close to doing so with Baroness Fortunata Schon, of whom Beatrice does not at all approve. She tries to confront the Baroness pleading for her son to be left in his innocence and is given the promise, but realizes immediately that the promise will not be kept. Things complexify, however, when Beatrice inexplicably starts a passionate love affair with Hugo{u2019}s best friend, and after learning from him that her late husband, whom she had idolized as the perfect lover and husband, had many affairs during their married life. This weighs deeply on her, and she even contemplates further affairs with others in the community in some sort of revenge on her dead husband. --Bob Corbett at webster.edu
Bertha Garlan by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

81 editions published between 1901 and 2013 in 7 languages and held by 460 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Frau Berta Garlan, eine gebürtige Wienerin, hat ihren Mann nach kurzer Ehe verloren. Sie lebt in einer kleinen Stadt in der Wachau, gibt dort Musikunterricht und widmet sich der Erziehung des Sohnes, an dem sie mit zärtlicher Liebe hängt. In der Jugend hat sie das Konservatorium besucht, aber das Studium auf Wunsch der Eltern aufgegeben. Dabei ist auch ihre Liebe zu dem Geiger Emil Lindbach (Riccardo de Torrebruna) in die Brüche gegangen. Sie ist noch immer eine schöne Frau, die die Blicke der Männer auf sich zieht. Im übrigen fühlt sie sich in der kleinstädtischen Enge äußerst bedrückt. Geistige Erholung findet sie nur im Umgang mit dem gelähmten Ästheten Rupius (Hans Michael Rehberg). Durch eine Konzertanzeige wird Frau Garlan wieder auf ihren Jugendgeliebten Lindbach, der inzwischen ein berühmter Geigenvirtuose geworden ist, aufmerksam. Sie schreibt an ihn und erhält umgehend eine in so herzlichem Ton gehaltene Antwort, daß sie nochmals nach Wien fährt und sich ihm in überströmender Liebesseligkeit hingibt. Schon am nächsten Tag zeigt sich, daß Lindbach gewissenlos gehandelt hat. Mit höflichen Floskeln schüttelt er sie gefühllos ab. In ihrer Verzweiflung sucht sie Trost bei Rupius, aber vergebens. Frau Rupius stirbt an den weiteren Folgen ihres Liebesverhältnisses. Sie erwartet ein Kind von ihrem Liebhaber und bringt sich um. Die Erkenntnis, daß ihr vielleicht ein ähnliches Schicksal bevorstünde, verändert Frau Berta Garlan. [...]
Meisterdramen by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

24 editions published between 1955 and 1981 in German and Undetermined and held by 434 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The lonely way, Intermezzo, Countess Mizzie : three plays by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

29 editions published between 1909 and 2013 in 5 languages and held by 401 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

National Theatre, direction A.L. Erlanger and W.H. Rapley, S.E. Cochran, business manager. The Theatre Guild, Inc. presents the fourth production of its third subscription season in Washington "The Lonely Way," a tragi-comedy by Arthur Schnitzler, acting version by Philip Moeller, the production directed by Philip Moeller, the settings and costumes by Lee Simonson
My youth in Vienna by Arthur Schnitzler( Book )

61 editions published between 1968 and 2008 in 5 languages and held by 197 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Memoir of student life, coffee-house intellectuals, and romantic experiences of the Austrian playwright during the last days of the Hapsburg Empire
Eyes wide shut by Stanley Kubrick( Visual )

39 editions published between 1999 and 2016 in 7 languages and held by 96 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ægteparret Alice og Bill Harford er tilsyneladende lykkelige, men da Alice røber sine erotiske fantasier om en anden mand, kaster Bill sig ud i storbyens nat for at udleve sine egne fantasier, bl.a. i en bizar sexkult
 
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The road into the open
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Arthur Schnitzler austerriksk skribent

Arthur Schnitzler Austrian writer

Arthur Schnitzler Oostenrijks schrijver

Arthur Schnitzler österreichischer Erzähler und Dramatiker

Arthur Schnitzler österrikisk författare

Arthur Schnitzler østerriksk skribent

Arthur Schnitzler østrigsk skribent

Arthur Schnitzler rakouský lékař a spisovatel

Arthur Schnitzler scrittore, drammaturgo e medico austriaco

Arthurus Schnitzler

Arturs Šniclers

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Schnitzler 1862-1931

Schnitzler, A. 1862-1931

Schnitzler, A. (Arthur) , 1862-1931

Schnitzler, Alfred 1862-1931

Schnitzler, Arthur

Schnitzler, Artur.

Schnitzler, Artur 1862-1931

Schnitzler, Arturo

Schnitzler, Arturo 1862-1931

Shinicile, ... 1862-1931

Shinizile, A'ertu'er 1862-1931

Shnicler, Artur 1862-1931

Shnitsler, Arhur 1862-1931

Shnitsler, Arṭur 1862-1931

Shunitsureru 1862-1931

Shunittsurā 1862-1931

Šnìclêr, A.

Šnicler, Artur.

Šnicler, Artur 1862-1931

Ŝnicler, Arturo

Šniclers, Arturs 1862-1931

Šnitcler, Artur 1862-1931

Šnitclers, Arturs 1862-1931

Snitsler, Artur 1862-1931

Šnitzler, Arthur 1862-1931

Šnitzler, Artur 1862-1931

Sznicler, A. 1862-1931

Άρθουρ Σνίτσλερ Αυστριακός πεζογράφος και θεατρικός συγγραφέας

Артур Шницлер

Артур Шницлер австрийский писатель

Артур Шніцлер

Шнитцлер А. 1862-1931

Шнитцлер, Артур 1862-1931

Шницлер, Артур 1862-1931

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ארתור שניצלר

שניצלער, ארטור

שניצלער, ארטור 1862-1931

שניצלער, ארטור 1962־1931

שניצלער, ארתור 1862-1931

שניצלר, ארטור

שניצלר, ארטור 1862-1931

שניצלר, ארתור

שניצלר, ארתור 1862-1931

שניצלר, ארתור בן יוהאן

أرتور شنتسلر

آرتور شنیتسلر نویسنده اتریشی

أرثر شنيتسلر، 1862-1931

شنيتسلر، أرتور، 1862-1931

อาร์เธอร์ ชนิตซ์เลอร์

쉬니츨러, 아더 1862-1931

슈니쓸러, 아르투어 1862-1931

슈니츨러, 아르뛰르 1862-1931

슈니츨러, 아르투르 1862-1931

슈니츨러, 아르투어 1862-1931

슈니츨러, 아르트르 1862-1931

슈니츨러, 아투르 1862-1931

슈니틀러, 아르투어 1862-1931

아르투어 슈니츨러

アルトゥル・シュニッツラー

アルトゥル・シュニッツラー 1862-1931

シュニッツラー

シュニッツラー, A.

シュニッツラー, アルシール

シュニッツラー, アルトゥーア

シュニッツラー, アルトゥール

シュニッツレル

シュニツラー

亞瑟·史尼茲勒

阿尔图尔·施尼茨勒 1862-1931

施尼茨勒, 阿尔图尔 1862-1931

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Casanova's homecomingLa rondeRhapsody : a dream novelThe road into the openNone but the braveFräulein Else; a novelProfessor Bernhardi : Komödie in fünf AktenBeatrice; a novel