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ARTHUR SCHNITZLER
andthe SOUL of VIENNA
Is amemorable tribute to the author of Little
Novels, Ludwig Lewisohn fayr: The chill
winds of the harsh dutn of a neu world blow
angrily about the aging master. He remembers
hir youth Nothing cun e###eelihe smooth,
sirm beauty of Schir#le####le aull rechnique
...This ir the Wienna, this the Jalaburg of
the dayr of the Empire. Lise hud a neo-Pugan
elegance, an autunmal charm
lt is customary indeed to characterige Arthur
Schnitzler #s the quintersence of Wienna.
Heevokes not ouly the glow and tragedy of love
in Wienna . .. but the mutic of Wienna in the
nnancer of his prosethe science of Vienna
in his rezearches into the zub-conscious 7e
craftsmanship of Wienna in bis skill
For more than ihree decnder Arthur Schnitz¬
ler# #hort stories, novelettes and dramas have
been acclaimed by critics and readers sor their
tenderness, their wit, their compartion, their
melancholy splendor. In the last sew gears, the
American #uccerr of Fräulein Elsc, Rhapsody,
Beatrice, Daybreak und Therese hure con¬
Jolidated a growing same and brought to many
readers the unduplicabie glamour of his art.
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Viennese life wich such magic as
collection, a masterpiece among mas¬
Arthur Schnitzler drawing from
terpieces, is a tenderly beautiful
words the same haunting beauty
study of che love berween a blind
that Kreisler draws from stringse
man and his brocher.
Who can so cffectively blend che en¬
chantment and disenchantment, the
Anyone who begins the Fate off
arrogance and humility, the tragedy
the Baren, which opens this collec¬
and high comedy of love on the
tion of Little Norelr, will not put
shores of the song-laden Danubee
down these pages until che last
paragraph of the final story, The
In Little Novelr, the author of
Death of a Bachelor.
Fräulein Else, Khapsody, Daybreak,
Beatrice and Anatol, again peers into
In these ten Little Novelr Cfor their
the sub-conscious with che cyc of
compactness surely entitles them to
genius—thecye that illuminates and
this term), the publishers belicve
holds spell-bound.
that chey arc offering to Schnitzler’s
cager and growing American au¬
Most of these ten tales, employ¬
dience the perfect flower of che
ing that gravely ironical manner
genius of the Viennese master. The
which is Schnitzler's own, deal wich
book has just
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between men
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