Austrian Satire and Other Essays

Edited by Judith Beniston, Ritchie Robertson and Robert Vilain

Austrian Studies 15

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

12 December 2007  •  222pp

ISBN: 978-1-905981-38-0 (paperback)

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

1-5
Edward Timms: An Appreciation
Ritchie Robertson
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6-14
Edward Timms: A Bibliography
Ritchie Robertson
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15-16
Crossing Paths: A Tribute to Edward Timms
Murray G. Hall
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17-40
Puritans into Revolutionaries: Butler's "Hudibras" and Ratschky's "Melchior Striegel"
Ritchie Robertson
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41-52
Dialect Satire and High Culture: Nestroy on Science and Scholarship
W. E. Yates
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53-64
Nestroy's "Häuptling Abendwind" as Post-Colonial Text?
Eda Sagarra
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65-79
The 'Habsburg Myth', Ornament and Metaphor: Adolf Loos, Karl Kraus and Robert Musil
Gilbert J. Carr
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80-95
Modernity and Ambivalence in Alfred Kubin's "Die andere Seite"
Jon Hughes
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96-111
Looking beyond Satire in Musil's "Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften"
David Midgley
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112-129
Worst of all Possible Worlds? Ingeborg Bachmann's "Ein Ort für Zufälle"
Andrew Webber
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130-154
Hofmannsthal and England
Robert Vilain
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155-168
A Field Guide to Names in Literature: Notes on Austrian Onomastics
Konstanze Fliedl
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169-179
Review Article: Task Completed: Edward Timms's Second Karl Kraus Volume
John Warren
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181-182
Review of David Wyn Jones, The Symphony in Beethoven's Vienna
Peter Branscombe
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182-184
Review of Wolfgang Maderthaner, Kultur Macht Geschichte. Studien zur Wiener Stadtkultur im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. (Politica et Ars: Interdisziplinäre Studien zur politischen Ideen- und Kulturgeschichte 8)
Tim Kirk
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184-185
Review of Marielle Sutherland, Images of Absence. Death and the Language of Concealment in the Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke. (Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur 164)
Helen Bridge
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186-187
Review of Bernhard Judex, Der Schriftsteller Johannes Freumbichler 1881–1949. Leben und Werk von Thomas Bernhards Großvater. (Literatur und Leben 69)
Ritchie Robertson
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187-189
Review of Katrin Kohl, Ritchie Robertson, A History of Austrian Literature 1918–2000. (Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture)
Helen Chambers
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189-190
Review of Nicole Streitler, Musil als Kritiker. (Musiliana 12)
W. E. Yates
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190-191
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192-193
Review of John Warren, Ulrike Zitzlsperger, Vienna Meets Berlin. Cultural Interaction 1918–1933. (British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature 41)
Judith Beniston
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193-195
Review of Ester Saletta, Die Imagination des Weiblichen. Schnitzlers Fräulein Else in der österreichischen Literatur der Zwischenkriegszeit
Lorenzo Bellettini
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195-197
Review of Primus-Heinz Kucher, Literatur und Kultur im Österreich der Zwanziger Jahre. Vorschläge zu einem transdisziplinären Epochenprofil
Jon Hughes
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197-198
Review of Thomas Köhler, Christian Mertens, Justizpalast in Flammen. Ein brennender Dornbusch. Das Werk von Manès Sperber, Heimito von Doderer und Elias Canetti angesichts des 15. Juli 1927
Deborah Holmes
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198-201
Review of Monika Seidl, 'So schön war es im Roten Wien'. Britische Schriftsteller über das Wien der frühen Dreißigerjahre und die Februarereignisse 1934. (Austrian Studies in English 94)
Robert Vilain
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201-202
Review of Julian Preece, The Rediscovered Writings of Veza Canetti. Out of the Shadows of a Husband
Lisa Silverman
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202-204
Review of Thomas Ballhausen, Barbara Eichinger, Karin Moser, Frank Stern, Die Tatsachen der Seele. Arthur Schnitzler und der Film
Felix W. Tweraser
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205-206
Review of Heike Hendrix, Ingeborg Bachmanns 'Todesarten'-Zyklus. Eine Abrechnung mit der Zeit. (Epistemata, Reihe Literaturwissenschaft 554)
Emily Jeremiah
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206-208
Review of Friederike Mayröcker, Richard Dove, Raving Language. Selected Poems 1946–2006
Karen Leeder
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208-209
Review of Torben Lohmüller, Die verschlagene Lust. Zur ästhetischen Subversion im Masochismus. (Probleme der Dichtung 39)
Michael Gratzke
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209-211
Review of Bertrand Perz, Die KZ-Gedenkstätte Mauthausen 1945 bis zur Gegenwart
R. Knight
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211
Correction: Das Burgtheater 1955–2005. Die Welt-Bühne im Wandel der Zeiten
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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, Ritchie Robertson, and Robert Vilain (eds), Austrian Satire and Other Essays (= Austrian Studies, 15 (2007))

First footnote reference: 35 Austrian Satire and Other Essays, ed. by Judith Beniston, Ritchie Robertson and Robert Vilain (= Austrian Studies, 15 (2007)), p. 21.

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

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Beniston, Judith, Ritchie Robertson, and Robert Vilain (eds). 2007. Austrian Satire and Other Essays (= Austrian Studies, 15)

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