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by Arthur Schnitzeer

eBook Flight into Darkness epub
  • ISBN: 0404056202
  • Author: Arthur Schnitzeer
  • Genre: Other
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ams Pr Inc (June 1, 1931)
  • Pages: 152 pages
  • ePUB size: 1663 kb
  • FB2 size 1622 kb
  • Formats docx txt lrf azw


Flight into Darkness (Flucht in die Finsternis – 1931). The Death of a Bachelor.

He was the son of a prominent Hungarian laryngologist, Johann Schnitzler (1835–1893), and Luise Markbreiter (1838–1911), a daughter of the Viennese doctor Philipp Markbreiter. Schnitzler was branded as a pornographer after the release of his play Reigen, in which ten pairs of characters are shown before and after the sexual act, leading and ending with a prostitute. Flight into Darkness (Flucht in die Finsternis – 1931).

Other articles where Flight into Darkness is discussed: Arthur Schnitzler. lucht in die Finsternis (1931; Flight into Darkness) he showed the onset of madness, stage by stage. In the play Professor Bernhardi (1912) and the novel Der Weg ins Freie (1908; The Road to the Open) he analyzed the position of the Jews in Austria. Flucht in die Finsternis (1931; Flight into Darkness ) he showed the onset of madness, stage by stage. In the play Professor Bernhardi (1912) and the novel Der Weg ins Freie (1908; The Road to the Open ) he analyzed the position of the Jews in Austria. His other works include plays

Dying, Flight into Darkness, and Fraulein Else reveal the depths of Schnitzler's psychological and .

Dying, Flight into Darkness, and Fraulein Else reveal the depths of Schnitzler's psychological and moral understanding of life as well as the masterful storytelling techniques that immerse the reader into the very center of his characters' thoughts and emotions. But they are most certainly not the work of a period writer. -Chris Lehmann, Washington Post Book World.

First English publication of a recently rediscovered novella by one of the greatest European writers. One seemingly ordinary evening, Eduard Saxberger arrives home to find the fulfilment of a long-forgotten wish in his sitting room: a visitor has come to tell him that the youth of Vienna have discovered his poetic genius. Arthur Schnitzler (b. 1862 in Vienna) was one of the most influential European writers of the twentieth century, perhaps best known here for his novellas Dream Story and Fräulein Else.

Dying, Flight into Darkness, and Fraulein Else reveal the depths of Schnitzler's psychological and . Chris Lehmann, Washington Post Book World.

Life," Arthur Schnitzler famously said, "is what happens between love and death. This second collection of Schnitzler's prose fiction follows on Night Games, Margret Schaefer's earlier translation of the Viennese writer's tales, which won acclaim in the New Yorker and among critics generally. In Desire and Delusion, Ms. Schaefer has translated three of Schnitzler's greatest novellas Dying, Flight into Darkness, and Fraulein Else.

AbeBooks Book Description Brooklyn, New York, . Condition: Near Fine.

Book Description Brooklyn, New York, . 5" X . 5" in austere brown cloth with silver spine lettering. Owner's dedication on title page.

Based on a novel by Arthur Schnitzler 'flight into darkness' marks a tightrope walk between past and future - between Vienna and BuenosAaires. The film draws a picture of Maria's battle for the right of a self-sovereign life. In bright lights, the ambivalent relationship to her brother Daniel is disputed.

Flight into darkness. translated by William A. Drake. by Arthur Schnitzler. Published 1971 by AMS Press in [New York. Translation of Flucht in die Finsternis.

Flight into Darkness' describes the gradual and never straight-line psychological disintegration of its protagonist, Robert. It is said that Schnitzler himself served as model for his hero although he certainly was never clinically insane. Still, he had an obsessive nature and a tendency towards jealousy and paranoia.

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