Austria and France

Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain

Austrian Studies 13

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

7 December 2005  •  298pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-49-1 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-18
Austria and France: Introduction
Robert Vilain
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19-36
Soaring Above the Snows of Chimborazo: Beethoven and French Literary Aesthetics
Mary Breatnach
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37-54
Internationalization of European Theatre: French Influence in Vienna between 1830 and 1860
W. E. Yates
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55-76
Hofmannsthal's Return to Molière, 1909–23: The Conditions of Reception
Sylvie Arlaud
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77-90
Echoes of Émile Augier in Arthur Schnitzler's "Fink und Fliederbusch"
Sigurd Paul Scheichl
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91-108
Karl Kraus's Adaptations of Offenbach: The Quest for the Other Sphere
Edward Timms
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109-125
'Wine for the Eyes': Re-reading Alban Berg's Setting of "Der Wein"
Darla M. Crispin
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126-141
Joseph Roth in France: Re-assessing "Die weißen Städte"
Jon Hughes
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142-157
Franz Werfel's Reception of France and French Culture
Jennifer E. Michaels
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158-172
Paris Calling Vienna: The Congress for Cultural Freedom and Friedrich Torberg's Editorship of "Forum"
Felix W. Tweraser
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173-190
'Mon Cousin de Liernut': France as a Code for Idealized Personal and Political Identity in the 'Austrian' Novels of Alexander Lernet-Holenia
Robert Von Dassanowsky
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191-210
The Reception of Arthur Schnitzler on the French Stage: Contemporary Adaptations of "Reigen"
Florence Hetzel
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211-220
Review Articles: Rilke Is 'In'
Paul Bishop
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221-233
Hofmannsthal's Media: Life, Letters, Theory and Performance
Robert Vilain
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234-246
Quixotic Struggles: New Books by and about Elias Canetti
Ulrich Plass
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247
Review of Pierre Béhar, Herbert Schneider, Der Fürst und sein Volk. Herrscherlob und Herrscherkritik in den habsburgischen Ländern der frühen Neuzeit. Kolloquium an der Universität des Saarlandes 2002. (Annales Universitas Saraviensis 23)
Joachim Whaley
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248
Review of Gerhard Klingenberg, Das gefesselte Burgtheater. 1776 bis in unsere Tage
W. E. Yates
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249-250
Review of Kurt Scharr, Die Karpaten. Balthasar Hacquet und das 'vergessene' Gebirge in Europa
Ritchie Robertson
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250-251
Review of Birgit Pargner, W. Edgar Yates, 'Kann man also Honoriger seyn als ich es bin??' Briefe des Theaterdirektors Carl Carl und seiner Frau Margaretha Carl an Charlotte Birch-Pfeiffer. Zum 150. Todestag von Carl Carl. (Quodlibet. Publikationen der Internationalen Nestroy-Gesellschaft 6)
Sigurd Paul Scheichl
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252-253
Review of Sven Hakon Rossel, 'Reisen ist leben, dann wird das Leben reich und lebendig.' Der dänische Dichter Hans Christian Andersen und Österreich. (Wechselbeziehungen Österreich — Norden 3)
Sabine Strümper-Krobb
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253-255
Review of Johannes Feichtinger, Ursula Prutsch, Moritz Csáky, Habsburg postcolonial. Machtstrukturen und kollektives Gedächtnis. (Gedächtnis — Erinnerung — Identität 2)
Ritchie Robertson
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255-256
Review of Leslie Topp, Architecture and Truth in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Janet Stewart
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256-258
Review of Timo Günther, Hofmannsthal. Ein Brief
Thomas A. Kovach
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258-259
Review of Ernst Grabovszki, James Hardin, Literature in Vienna at the Turn of the Centuries. Continuities and Discontinuities around 1900 and 2000
Andrea Capovilla
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260-262
Review of Konstanze Fliedl, Arthur Schnitzler im zwanzigsten Jahrhundert
Felix W. Tweraser
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262-264
Review of Ursula Prutsch, Klaus Zeyringer, Leopold von Andrian (1875–1951). Korrespondenzen, Notizen, Essays, Berichte. (Veröffentlichungen der Kommission für Neuere Geschichte Österreichs 97)
Jens Rieckmann
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264-266
Review of Maureen Healy, Vienna and the Fall of the Habsburg Empire. Total War and Everyday Life in World War I
Marsha L. Rozenblit
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266-269
Review of Karl Kraus, Jean-Louis Besson, Henri Christophe, Les derniers jours de l'humanité
Edward Timms
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269-271
Review of Richard S. Geehr, The Aesthetics of Horror. The Life and Thought of Richard von Kralik
Judith Beniston
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271-273
Review of Laura Gerber-Wieland, Textur in Wort und Klang. Die Lyrik Georg Trakls und die Trakl-Lieder Anton Weberns im Spannungsfeld von Sprache und Musik
Darla M. Crispin
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273-275
Review of Thomas Weyr, The Setting of the Pearl. Vienna under Hitler
Robert Pyrah
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275-276
Review of Marietta Bearman, Charmian Brinson, Richard Dove, Anthony Grenville, Jennifer Taylor, Wien — London, hin und retour. Das Austrian Centre in London 1939 bis 1947
Sonja Niederacher
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276-278
Review of Gerald Sommer, Gassen und Landschaften. Heimito von Doderers 'Dämonen' vom Zentrum und vom Rande aus betrachtet. (Schriften der Heimito von Doderer-Gesellschaft 3)
David S. Luft
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278-280
Review of Brigitte Fuchs, 'Rasse', 'Volk', Geschlecht. Anthropologische Diskurse in Österreich 1850–1960
Florian Krobb
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280-282
Review of Michael Cherlin, Halina Filipowicz, Richard L. Rudolph, The Great Tradition and Its Legacy. The Evolution of Dramatic and Musical Theater in Austria and Central Europe. (Austrian and Habsburg Studies 4)
John Warren
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282-284
Review of Mary Cosgrove, Grotesque Ambivalence. Melancholy and Mourning in the Prose Work of Albert Drach. (Conditio Judaica 49)
Dagmar C. G. Lorenz
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284-285
Review of Christoph Parry, Peter Handke's Landscapes of Discourse. An Exploration of Narrative and Cultural Space
Jerome Carroll
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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, and Robert Vilain (eds), Austria and France (= Austrian Studies, 13 (2005))

First footnote reference: 35 Austria and France, ed. by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain (= Austrian Studies, 13 (2005)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Beniston and Vilain, p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, and Robert Vilain (eds). 2005. Austria and France (= Austrian Studies, 13)

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