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Interwar Vienna : culture between tradition and modernity / edited by Deborah Holmes and Lisa Silverman.

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    Series
    Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture
    Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Rochester, N.Y. : Camden House, 2009
    Locale
    Vienna (Austria)
    Contents
    Introduction : Beyond the coffeehouse : Vienna as a cultural center between the World Wars / Deborah Holmes and Lisa Silverman
    Cultural parameters between the wars : a reassessment of the Vienna Circles / Edward Timms
    "weisse Strüpfe oder neue Kutten" : cultural decline in Vienna in the 1930s / John Warren
    "Wiener Kreise" : Jewishness, politics, and culture in interwar Vienna / Wolfgang Maderthaner and Lisa Silverman
    A city regenerated : eugenics, race, and welfare in interwar Vienna / Paul Weindling
    Free dance in interwar Vienna / Andrea Amort
    Hollywood on the Danube? Vienna and Austrian silent film of the 1920s / Alys X. George
    Between tradition and a longing for the modern : theater in interwar Vienna / Birgit Peter
    The hegemony of German music : Schoenberg's Vienna as the musical center of the German-speaking world / Therese Muxeneder
    Anticipating Freud's pleasure principle? A reading of Ernst Weiss's war story "Franta Zlin" (1919) / Andrew Barker
    Facts and fiction : Rudolf Brunngraber, Otto Neurath, and Viennese Neue Sachlichkeit / Jon Hughes
    The VIennese legacy of Casanova : the late erotic writings of Arthur Schnitzler and Franz Blei / Birgit Lang
    An Englishman abroad : literature, politics, and sex in John Lehmann's writings on Vienna in the 1930s / Robert Vilain.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Holmes, Deborah, 1973-
    Silverman, Lisa, 1969-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction : Beyond the coffeehouse : Vienna as a cultural center between the World Wars / Deborah Holmes and Lisa Silverman -- Cultural parameters between the wars : a reassessment of the Vienna Circles / Edward Timms -- "weisse Strüpfe oder neue Kutten" : cultural decline in Vienna in the 1930s / John Warren -- "Wiener Kreise" : Jewishness, politics, and culture in interwar Vienna / Wolfgang Maderthaner and Lisa Silverman -- A city regenerated : eugenics, race, and welfare in interwar Vienna / Paul Weindling -- Free dance in interwar Vienna / Andrea Amort -- Hollywood on the Danube? Vienna and Austrian silent film of the 1920s / Alys X. George -- Between tradition and a longing for the modern : theater in interwar Vienna / Birgit Peter -- The hegemony of German music : Schoenberg's Vienna as the musical center of the German-speaking world / Therese Muxeneder -- Anticipating Freud's pleasure principle? A reading of Ernst Weiss's war story "Franta Zlin" (1919) / Andrew Barker -- Facts and fiction : Rudolf Brunngraber, Otto Neurath, and Viennese Neue Sachlichkeit / Jon Hughes -- The VIennese legacy of Casanova : the late erotic writings of Arthur Schnitzler and Franz Blei / Birgit Lang -- An Englishman abroad : literature, politics, and sex in John Lehmann's writings on Vienna in the 1930s / Robert Vilain.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781571134202
    1571134204
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    vi, 302 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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