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Degeneration / by Max Nordau ; translated from the second edition of the German work.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: CB417 .N813 1895

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    Overview

    Uniform Title
    Entartung. English
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Nordau, Max Simon, 1849-1923.
    Published
    New York : D. Appleton and Co., 1895
    Locale
    Europe
    Edition
    4th ed
    Contents
    The dusk of the nations
    The symptoms
    Diagnosis
    Etiology
    The psychology of mysticism
    The Pre-Raphaelites
    Symbolism
    Tolstoism
    The Richard Wagner cult
    Parodies of mysticism
    The psychology of ego-mania
    Parnassian and diabolists
    Decadents and aesthetes
    Ibsenism
    Friedrich Nietzsche
    Zola and his school
    The 'Young German' plagiarists
    Prognosis
    Therapeutics.
    Notes
    Translation of: Entartung [2nd ed.].
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The dusk of the nations -- The symptoms -- Diagnosis -- Etiology -- The psychology of mysticism -- The Pre-Raphaelites --Symbolism -- Tolstoism -- The Richard Wagner cult -- Parodies of mysticism -- The psychology of ego-mania -- Parnassian and diabolists -- Decadents and aesthetes -- Ibsenism -- Friedrich Nietzsche -- Zola and his school -- The 'Young German' plagiarists -- Prognosis -- Therapeutics.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    Physical Description
    xiii, 566 p. ; 23 cm.

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