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Journalistic stories : Feuilletons

Author: Theodor Herzl; Henry Regensteiner
Publisher: New York : Cornwall Books ; New York : Herzl Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The writing of this book about Herzl's journalistic stories answers a need. Because Herzl's feuilletons have not been republished or even translated into English, it is timely in the words of the English scholar Edward Timms that an effort be made to fill this gap.".
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodor Herzl; Henry Regensteiner
ISBN: 0845348825 9780845348826
OCLC Number: 47838243
Description: 160 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Kalman Sultanik --
Pt. 1. Survey. Theodor Herzl Remembered. Chronology. Theodor Herzl's Works. Biographies of Theodor Herzl. A Structured Overview. 1. The Freelance Writer. 2. The Reporter. 3. The Editor. Essays. Theodor Herzl and Arthur Schnitzler: A Renewal of Their Contact. Theodor Herzl's Presence in Arthur Schnitzler's Diaries. Theodor Herzl and Stefan Zweig: Stefan Zweig's Recollections. A Note on a Commemoration: Theodor Herzl's "Heine and Love" --
Pt. 2. Translations. The Village of Luz. Mark Twain in Paris. Autumn. The Romance of the Poor. Heine and Love. Imperator Nicholas II. Barnum's Spirit. The Favorite of Venus. Summer. A False Resignation. Another Autumn. Winter. Conclusion.
Other Titles: Feuilletons.
Responsibility: Theodor Herzl ; edited, selected, translated, and with notes by Henry Regensteiner.

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This collection of stories by the Zionist pioneer Theodor Herzl is translated from German for the first time. These are witty and at times ironic writings that impress us with their relevance.  Read more...

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