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Karl Kraus and the critics

Autor: Harry Zohn
Editora: Columbia, SC, USA : Camden House, ©1997.
Séries: Literary criticism in perspective.
Edição/Formato   Livro : InglêsVer todas as edições e formatos
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Karl Kraus and the Critics, the first study devoted entirely to a century of critical reactions to this controversial satirist, who was both deified and vilified in his lifetime and in the six decades since his death, attempts to reduce an enormous amount of criticism to manageable dimensions and to give a typology of this commentary. By means of copious quotation from both major and minor studies as well as  Ler mais...
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Pessoa Denominada: Karl Kraus; Karl Kraus; Karl Kraus
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Harry Zohn
ISBN: 1571131817 9781571131812
Número OCLC: 36755894
Descrição: xv, 161 p. ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: A Karl Kraus Chronology --
1. When Vienna Saw Red: Some Early Themes --
2. "Heine and the Consequences" --
3. "Arch-Jew" or "Shining Exemplar of Jewish Self-Hatred"? --
4. Two Support Systems: The Brenner Circle and the Second Viennese School --
5. Viewing Kraus Against the Historical and Political Background --
6. "The Last Days of Mankind" and "The Third Walpurgis Nights" --
7. Panegyrics and Pans --
8. Shrunk by "Shrinks" --
9. "Performer: Karl Kraus" --
10. Kraus and ... --
11. Bound Bouquets and Brickbats --
12. Traduttore Traditore? --
13. The Postwar "Kraus Renaissance" --
14. At the Centennial and Beyond.
Título da Série: Literary criticism in perspective.
Responsabilidade: Harry Zohn.

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Karl Kraus and the Critics, the first study devoted entirely to a century of critical reactions to this controversial satirist, who was both deified and vilified in his lifetime and in the six decades since his death, attempts to reduce an enormous amount of criticism to manageable dimensions and to give a typology of this commentary. By means of copious quotation from both major and minor studies as well as reliable translation it provides some access to criticism that has been published only in German. A chronology of Kraus's life and works and an extensive bibliography of both primary and secondary writings are intended to enhance the reference value of this book and to stimulate further reading and research.

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