Liebelei; Reigen

ISBN-10: 359627009X

ISBN-13: 9783596270095

Edition: 1st

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Nach zwei skandalbegleiteten Auff�hrungen in Berlin (1920) und Wien (1921) hatte Schnitzler jede weitere Auff�hrung des Reigen verboten. Nachdem mit dem 31.12.1981 - 50 Jahre nach dem Tod des Autors - die Urheberschutzfrist in den an das deutschsprachige Gebiet angrenzenden L�ndern ablief, entschlo� sich H. Schnitzler, Sohn und Nachla�verwalter Arthur Schnitzlers, die Auff�hrungssperre f�r L�nder mit l�ngerer Urheberschutzfrist, wie Deutschland und �sterreich, aufzuheben. Seit dem 1.1.1982 gibt es nun wieder so etwas wie eine fortgesetzte Auff�hrungsgeschichte des Reigen. Das St�ck hat auch nach siebzig Jahren nichts von seiner Aktualit�t eingeb��t. �Die beiden kleinen St�cke, die hier miteinander gesellt sind, sein [Schnitzlers] ber�hmtestes und sein ber�chtigtstes, scheinen sich schlecht miteinander zu vertragen: die gem�tvolle 'Liebelei' und der ungem�tliche 'Reigen', die r�hrende Trag�die und das 'zynische' Satyrspiel, das eine ein Volksst�ck, ges�ttigt mit Lokalkolorit - es gibt keine Dichtung, in der mehr Wiener Luft wehte - mit allen �ffentlichen Ehren im Burgtheater aufgef�hrt, das andere als Konterbande lange im Schreibtisch des Dichters versteckt und von �rgernissen und Skandalen umwittert.� Aus dem Nachwort von R.
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Book details

Edition: 1st
Publisher: Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Weight: 0.176
Language: German

Arthur Schnitzler, Viennese playwright, novelist, short story writer, and physician, was a sophisticated writer much in vogue in his time. He chose themes of an erotic, romantic, or social nature, expressed with clarity, irony, and subtle wit. Reigen, a series of ten dialogues linking people of various social classes through their physical desire for one another, has been filmed many times as La Ronde. As a Jew, Schnitzler was sensitive to the problems of anti-Semitism, which he explored in the play Professor Bernhardi (1913), seen in New York in a performance by the Vienna Burgtheater in 1968. Henry Hatfield calls Schnitzler "second only to Hofmannsthal among the Austrian writers of his generation and one of the most underrated of German authors... . He combined the naturalist's devotion to fact with the impressionist's interest in nuance; in other words, he told the truth" (Modern German Literature). In his most famous story, Lieutenant Gustl (1901), Schnitzler employs the stream-of-consciousness technique in an exposition of the follies and gradual disintegration of society in fin de siecle Vienna. Schnitzler has also been linked with Freud (see Vols. 3 and 5) and is credited with consciously introducing elements of modern psychology into his works.

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