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Arthur Schnitzler (1862–1931)

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Arthur Schnitzler, Viennese playwright, novelist, short story writer, and physician, was a sophisticated writer much in vogue in his time. He chose themes of an erotic, romantic, or social nature, expressed with clarity, irony, and subtle wit. Reigen, a series of ten dialogues linking people of vis mere various social classes through their physical desire for one another, has been filmed many times as La Ronde. As a Jew, Schnitzler was sensitive to the problems of anti-Semitism, which he explored in the play Professor Bernhardi (1913), seen in New York in a performance by the Vienna Burgtheater in 1968. Henry Hatfield calls Schnitzler "second only to Hofmannsthal among the Austrian writers of his generation and one of the most underrated of German authors... . He combined the naturalist's devotion to fact with the impressionist's interest in nuance; in other words, he told the truth" (Modern German Literature). In his most famous story, Lieutenant Gustl (1901), Schnitzler employs the stream-of-consciousness technique in an exposition of the follies and gradual disintegration of society in fin de siecle Vienna. Schnitzler has also been linked with Freud (see Vols. 3 and 5) and is credited with consciously introducing elements of modern psychology into his works. (Bowker Author Biography) vis mindre
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Værker af Arthur Schnitzler

Dream Story (1925) — Forfatter — 1,822 eksemplarer
Fraulein Else (1924) 405 eksemplarer
Hands Around (1900) — Forfatter — 342 eksemplarer
Lieutenant Gustl (1924) — Forfatter — 336 eksemplarer
Casanova's Return to Venice (1918) 313 eksemplarer
The Road to the Open (1908) 242 eksemplarer
Apuesta al amanecer (1927) 141 eksemplarer
Eyes Wide Shut [screenplay] (1999) — Original story — 124 eksemplarer
Reigen / Liebelei (1960) 122 eksemplarer
Late Fame (2014) 116 eksemplarer
My Youth in Vienna (1968) 97 eksemplarer
Flight Into Darkness (1900) 88 eksemplarer
Morire (1911) 84 eksemplarer
Vienna 1900 (1973) 80 eksemplarer
Undiscovered Country (1911) 70 eksemplarer
Beatrice and Her Son (1913) 64 eksemplarer
Fräulein Else und andere Erzählungen. (1961) — Forfatter — 62 eksemplarer
Anatol (1917) 51 eksemplarer
Bertha Garlan (1924) 50 eksemplarer
Playing with Love (1992) 50 eksemplarer
Plays and Stories (1982) 46 eksemplarer
Professor Bernhardi (1972) 41 eksemplarer
Fräulein Else. Leutnant Gustl (1981) 40 eksemplarer
Erzählungen (1994) 35 eksemplarer
Meistererzählungen (1950) 35 eksemplarer
Der einsame Weg (1991) 28 eksemplarer
Dr. Graesler (1971) 20 eksemplarer
Die Braut/ Traumnovelle. (1999) — Forfatter — 19 eksemplarer
Blind Geronimo and His Brother (1900) 19 eksemplarer
The Dead Are Silent (1968) 19 eksemplarer
The Green Cockatoo: A Grotesque in One Act (1899) — Forfatter — 18 eksemplarer
Casanovas Heimfahrt : Erzählungen (1991) 17 eksemplarer
Novella dell'avventuriero. Novella (1994) 17 eksemplarer
Verhalen (2005) 16 eksemplarer
Bachelors: Novellas and Stories (2006) 14 eksemplarer
De jonge weduwe (2020) 14 eksemplarer
Meisterdramen (1971) — Bidragyder — 12 eksemplarer
La sposa promessa (2006) 11 eksemplarer
La moglie del giudice (1994) 10 eksemplarer
Opere (1998) 10 eksemplarer
Novelle (1993) 10 eksemplarer
Anatol. Dramen 1889 - 1891. (1993) 9 eksemplarer
La Pénombre des âmes (1994) 9 eksemplarer
Little novels, (1929) 9 eksemplarer
Das große Lesebuch (2005) 8 eksemplarer
Die Frau des Weisen (1997) 8 eksemplarer
Relations et solitudes (1991) 8 eksemplarer
Das dramatische Werk. 2 (1991) 7 eksemplarer
Traumnovelle / Die Braut. — Forfatter — 7 eksemplarer
Le sorelle, ovvero Casanova a Spa (1986) 7 eksemplarer
Droomnovelle en andere verhalen (2021) 6 eksemplarer
Sulla psicoanalisi (1990) 6 eksemplarer
Reigen : Dramen und Erzählungen (1982) 6 eksemplarer
La Ronda. Anatol. Aforismos (1987) 6 eksemplarer
Dal grande arlecchino (1904) 6 eksemplarer
Contos de Amor e Morte (1999) 6 eksemplarer
Das dramatische Werk. 4 (2000) 6 eksemplarer
L'ultimo addio: due racconti (2015) 5 eksemplarer
Frauengeschichten. (2002) 5 eksemplarer
Le Dernier adieu (1988) 5 eksemplarer
Schnitzler : Plays (2007) 5 eksemplarer
Die großen Erzählungen (2006) 5 eksemplarer
Das dramatische Werk. 1 (1977) 5 eksemplarer
Das dramatische Werk. 3 (1990) 5 eksemplarer
Romans et nouvelles, tome 1 (1994) 5 eksemplarer
Der junge Medardus (1996) 5 eksemplarer
Gesammelte Werke (1970) 5 eksemplarer
Die Dreifache Warnung. Novellen. (1920) 4 eksemplarer
Ich: Erzählungen (1992) 4 eksemplarer
Die Hirtenflöte (1998) 4 eksemplarer
Ricchezza (2003) 4 eksemplarer
El retorno de Casanova 3 eksemplarer
Romans et nouvelles, tome 2 (1996) 3 eksemplarer
Komoediantinnen (1990) 3 eksemplarer
Liebelei und andere Dramen (1986) 3 eksemplarer
Der Mörder (2003) 3 eksemplarer
Corso am Ring (2002) 3 eksemplarer
Freiwild. Dramen 1892 - 1896. (1994) 3 eksemplarer
Viennese Novelettes (1974) 3 eksemplarer
Die dramatischen Werke 3 eksemplarer
Demasqué 2 eksemplarer
Paracelso (1991) 2 eksemplarer
Die Fragen der Philosophie (2003) 2 eksemplarer
Eight Plays (2007) 2 eksemplarer
Dramen (2002) 2 eksemplarer
Anime crepuscolari 2 eksemplarer
La profezia (2012) 2 eksemplarer
Comédie des mots (1986) 2 eksemplarer
Lesebuch (1978) 2 eksemplarer
Der Ehrentag, 1 Audio-CD (2001) 2 eksemplarer
Girotondo-Amoretto (2012) 2 eksemplarer
Zwischenspiel 2 eksemplarer
Une petite comédie (2005) 2 eksemplarer
The Fate Of The Baron 2 eksemplarer
Liebelei. Band 1 (2014) 2 eksemplarer
Sterben Historisch-kritisch Ausg. (2012) 2 eksemplarer
ENDERR 2 eksemplarer
Ohne Maske Aphorismen und Notate (1992) 2 eksemplarer
Stories and Plays 2 eksemplarer
Drámák (2004) 2 eksemplarer
Die Weissagung 2 eksemplarer
RELAÇÕES E SOLIDÃO 2 eksemplarer
Viennese Idylls (1977) 2 eksemplarer
Flirt 2 eksemplarer
Rüya Roman 2 eksemplarer
Diari e lettere (2006) 2 eksemplarer
Arthur Schnitzler Reclaimed (2005) 2 eksemplarer
Commediola 2 eksemplarer
l'etrangere 1 eksemplar
1960 1 eksemplar
La cacatua verda (programa) (1997) 1 eksemplar
Minne-spel 1 eksemplar
Hamburger Lesehefte : Arthur Schnitzler : Reigen (2012) — Text — 1 eksemplar
Dans: On Diyalog (2017) 1 eksemplar
Sterben (Großdruck): Novelle (2020) 1 eksemplar
Put u otvoreno 1 eksemplar
Teresa (Spanish Edition) (2013) 1 eksemplar
Engaños (1985) 1 eksemplar
masques et prodiges 1 eksemplar
La senyoreta Elsa 1 eksemplar
Tagebuch (1981) 1 eksemplar
Die Theaterstücke 1 eksemplar
˜L'œappel de la vie (1999) 1 eksemplar
Die griechische Tänzerin (2021) 1 eksemplar
Kasna slava : novela (2021) 1 eksemplar
La fine dell'amore (2009) 1 eksemplar
Ich, Der Ehrentag (2002) 1 eksemplar
La profecía y otros relatos (1978) 1 eksemplar
Schnitzler Arthur 1 eksemplar
Der Ruf des Lebens 1 eksemplar
Fiori (in I morti tacciono) (2022) 1 eksemplar
Novelle (1985) 1 eksemplar
Später Ruhm: 3 CDs (2014) 1 eksemplar
Medizinische Schriften (1988) 1 eksemplar
Opere 1 eksemplar
Das Wort: Dramen 1926-1927 (1999) 1 eksemplar
Der Empfindsame 1 eksemplar
Tre novelle epistolari (2000) 1 eksemplar
Kurzgeschichten 1 eksemplar
Contos 1 eksemplar
Familie 1 eksemplar
Sterben 1 eksemplar
Kreeka tantsijatar (1996) 1 eksemplar
Unenäonovell 1 eksemplar
América y otros relatos (2013) 1 eksemplar
Reigen. Die Einakter. (2000) 1 eksemplar
Strana žena (2013) 1 eksemplar
Silvestarska noć 1 eksemplar

Associated Works

50 Great Short Stories (1952) — Bidragyder — 1,239 eksemplarer
A World of Great Stories (1947) 257 eksemplarer
Thirty Famous One-Act Plays (1943) — Bidragyder — 110 eksemplarer
German Stories/Deutsche Erzählungen: A Bilingual Anthology (1984) — Bidragyder — 108 eksemplarer
Deutschland erzählt. Von Arthur Schnitzler bis Uwe Johnson (1962) — Bidragyder — 106 eksemplarer
Great German Short Novels and Stories (1933) — Bidragyder — 104 eksemplarer
German Stories and Tales (1954) — Bidragyder — 100 eksemplarer
German stories. Deutsche Novellen (1961) — Bidragyder — 94 eksemplarer
The Modern Theatre, Volume 2 (1955) — Bidragyder — 77 eksemplarer
A golden treasury of Jewish literature (1937) — Bidragyder — 74 eksemplarer
The Dedalus Book of Austrian Fantasy, 1890-2000 (2003) — Bidragyder — 70 eksemplarer
Great German Short Novels and Stories (1933) — Bidragyder — 59 eksemplarer
Contemporary Drama: European, English and Irish, American Plays (1941) — Bidragyder — 17 eksemplarer
Alverdens fortællere (1990) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver15 eksemplarer
Voor het einde 33 Duitse verhalen uit de jaren 1900-1933 (1977) — Bidragyder — 13 eksemplarer
Deutsche Erzählungen 2 (1975) — Bidragyder — 10 eksemplarer
A Treasury of Doctor Stories (1946) — Bidragyder — 9 eksemplarer
Bachelor's Quarters: Stories from Two Worlds (1944) — Bidragyder — 7 eksemplarer
Erzähler des S. Fischer Verlages 1886-1978 (2018) — Forfatter — 7 eksemplarer
Five Modern Plays (1987) — Forfatter — 6 eksemplarer
The Story Survey (1953) — Bidragyder — 6 eksemplarer
Stories of Scarlet Women (1962) — Bidragyder — 5 eksemplarer
American Aphrodite (Volume Three, Number Twelve) (1953) — Bidragyder — 4 eksemplarer
Ten German Novellas — Bidragyder — 4 eksemplarer
Lektüreschlüssel — Arthur Schnitzler: Traumnovelle (2010) — Bidragyder — 3 eksemplarer
Wien um 1900. Literarische und graphische Kostbarkeiten (1964) — Bidragyder — 2 eksemplarer
Kokaín: Eine Moderne Revue: Issue 5 (1925) — Bidragyder — 1 eksemplar
50 seltsame Geschichten — Bidragyder — 1 eksemplar

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Andre navne
Ŝniclo, Arturo
Zentralfriedhof, Wien, Österreich
Wenen, Oostenrijk
Wenen, Oostenrijk
brain hemorrhage
Vienna, Austria
University of Vienna (MD|1885)
short story writer
von Hofmannsthal, Hugo (friend)
Beer-Hofmann, Richard (friend)
Schnitzler, Michael (grandson)
Auernheimer, Raoul (friend, correspondent)
Zweig, Stefan (friend, correspondent)
Mann, Thomas (friend, correspondent) (vis alle 9)
Schnitzler, Heinrich (son)
Feldmann, Else (correspondent)
Zuckerkandl, Bertha (friend)
Young Vienna
Priser og hædersbevisninger
Bauernfeld-Preis (1899)
Kort biografi
Arthur Schnitzler was born to a Jewish family in Vienna, Austria. His parents were Luise (Markbreiter) and Johann Schnitzler, an internationally renowned physician. He had a brother, Julius and a sister, Gisela. He studied medicine at the University of Vienna from 1879 and received his medical degree in 1885. He practiced medicine for many years, especially psychiatry, but he considered writing his primary career. He first won literary recognition in 1891 with a series of one-act plays. His work Reigen (Round Dance, 1897), a cycle of 10 dramatic dialogues, inspired numerous stage and screen adaptations, including The Merry-Go-Round (Der Reigen, 1920); Circle of Love (1964); and the famous La Ronde (1950). Although successful, Reigen was highly controversial for its frank depiction of sexuality, and was banned in several cities. As a member of the avant-garde group Young Vienna (Jung-Wien), Schnitzler experimented with format as well as social conventions. His satirical 1901 novella Leutnant Gustl (English translation: None but the Brave), was the first European masterpiece written as a stream-of-consciousness interior monologue. It also incurred much anti-Semitic comment, and Schnitzler was dismissed from the regiment where he had done military medical service. His prolific list of other works included more plays, novels, and collections of short stories. In 1903, he married Olga Gussmann, alias Dina Marius, an aspiring actress and singer 20 years his junior with whom he had two children; the couple divorced in 1921. Schnitzler kept a diary from the age of 17 until two days before his death. It was published posthumously, along with collections of his letters and his autobiography, Jugend in Wien (My Youth in Vienna, 1968). Schnitzler's works were banned by the Nazis in Austria and Germany and burned along with those of other Jews, including Einstein, Marx, Kafka, and Freud. The majority of his papers, which included unpublished texts, was saved from the Nazis in 1938 by Eric A. Blackall, a British citizen living in Vienna at the time. They were later donated to the Cambridge University Library. Schnitzler's son Heinrich, a theater director, tried to get the documents back but did not succeed.



È curioso ritrovare un autore letto e amato tanto tempo fa. Strade che si separano che a un certo punto, inaspettatamente, si riuniscono. E ritrovi il modo di guardare, di osservare le cose, l’ironia e la serietà; ritrovi la follia di alcuni racconti e lo sguardo attento al travaglio interiore. E adesso? Ti cercherò nelle parole di qualcun altro, e sarà un piacere ritrovarti. A presto Arturo.
claudio.marchisio | Feb 2, 2024 |
Belga Esperantisto 1912, nr 42, p. 154

Tiu ci miniatura drarno sur la historia fono de la granda revolucio en Francujo, verkita de bone konata Austruja dramverkisto Arturo Schnitzler, estas tre impresiga. Ne nur sur scenejo — gi troviĝas en la repertuaro de la plej grava privata teatro «Deutsches Volkstheater en Wien kaj de aliaj teatroj — ankau en la formo de libro ; ĝi estas verc Ieginda. La originaleco de ĝia enhavo estas esprimebla per Ia vortoj de unu el la agantaj personoj : "Efektivo alternas kun ludo - ludo kun efektivo".

La iertan tradukon liveris Joh. Schröder, La libro, estas bone presita kaj la la kovrilon omamas arta desegnajo de A. Kress. Gi vere meriïas esti aêetata de ĉiu Esperantist kiu satas bonan, interesan literaturojon. Rimarkinda ankau, ke la libro havas la Mondformaton.
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Erfgoedbib | Jan 19, 2024 |
Read this in French since I'm still reading exclusively in the language until further notice but still wanted to take this on - Traumnovelle is probably best known today as the source for the Stanley Kubrick film Eyes Wide Shut and for much of the early sections of the book I found that the film drew quite closely from it outside of changed setting/period, but as it goes along the two diverge in some important ways which made this interesting in its own right. A beautifully written evocation of dreams, fidelity, desires, cities at night, and the seamy underbelly of urban life, wrapped with enough symbolism and mystery to make it worth coming back to again and again.… (mere)
franderochefort | 26 andre anmeldelser | Aug 9, 2023 |
This book examines the inner world of a man who has lived his life, who has made compromises and is reconciled to them. He is fleetingly encouraged to think that his moment may not yet have passed when younger poets "discover" his early work, work written before he blended into mainstream humdrum struggle of simply living. We see you hopes for acknowledgement and his chagrin when he realizes that this spotlight , too, will be fleeting. Good character study, some interesting meditations on age. Short, easy read.… (mere)
brianstagner | 7 andre anmeldelser | May 28, 2023 |



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