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Studies in Arthur Schnitzler; centennial commemorative volume.

Author: Herbert W Reichert; Herman Salinger; Arthur Schnitzler; International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association.
Publisher: Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1963]
Series: University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill campus).; Studies in the Germanic languages and literatures
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Reichert, Herbert W. (Herbert William), 1917-1978.
Studies in Arthur Schnitzler.
Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1963]
(OCoLC)551640314
Named Person: Arthur Schnitzler; Arthur Schnitzler; Arthur Schnitzler; Arthur Schnitzler
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert W Reichert; Herman Salinger; Arthur Schnitzler; International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association.
OCLC Number: 318037
Notes: Papers presented in honor of the Schnitzler centennial organized by the International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association as a special section of the 15th annual University of Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, 1962.
German or English.
Description: 116 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Arthur Schnitzlers unveröffentlichte Tragikomödie, von K. Bergel.--Schnitzler in französischer Sicht, von J.H. Dayag.--The meaning of death in Schnitzler's work, by L.B. Foltin.--The image of the Austrian in Arthur Schnitzler's writings, by R.A. Kann.--An interpretation of Die Weissagung, by R.H. Lawson.--Arthur Schnitzler und der junge Hofmannsthal, von W.H. Perl.--Nietzsche and Schnitzler, by H.W. Reichert.--Observations on Schnitzler's narrative techniques in the short novel, by R.D. Spector.
Series Title: University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill campus).; Studies in the Germanic languages and literatures
Responsibility: Edited by Herbert W. Reichert and Herman Salinger.

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