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Selected Tales By Hugo von Hofmannsthal Selected Tales Haunting early Modernist short fiction from Vienna The restless alienated spirit of turn of the century Vienna is brilliantly caught in these seven tales hitherto not readily available together in En

  • Title: Selected Tales
  • Author: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
  • ISBN: 9780946162741
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • Selected Tales By Hugo von Hofmannsthal Haunting early Modernist short fiction from Vienna The restless, alienated spirit of turn of the century Vienna is brilliantly caught in these seven tales hitherto not readily available together in English translation by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, one of the major writers of the period and Richard Strauss s librettist.
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    1. Sinem on said:

      Hugo von Hofmannsthal is really exceptional writer and thinker.The way he is using the words in their huge meanings fascinates So you feel that a word is body, and meaning is soul Like particles also, they need carriers to be interacted with another being is to be connected to being beside you He makes feel this such a big senses and instincts.I love his selected tales, especially about poetry I feel like the poetry causes universe s harmony, universe is the endless poet

    2. Fx Smeets on said:

      What a versatile writer Hofmannstahl proves to be, from the overpowering symbolist influence of the opening two texts to the dionysiac Cavalry Tale But his themes love and death, withdrawal, the revealing power of sexuality, rational thought and sensual experience , all explored at length by the likes of Schnitzer, Freud or Wittgenstein, have lost none of their depth and relevance Nor has his imagination lost any of its visual power, comparable to Thomas Mann s.

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