Schnitzler


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Schnitz·ler

 (shnĭts′lər), Arthur 1862-1931.
Austrian writer known for his psychologically penetrating and sometimes erotic novels and plays, particularly La Ronde (1896).
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Schnitzler

(German ˈʃnɪtslər)
n
(Biography) Arthur (ˈartʊr). 1862–1931, Austrian dramatist and novelist. His best-known works are Anatol (1893) a series of one-act plays, and Reigen (1900), both of which reveal his psychological insight and preoccupation with sexuality
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Schnitz•ler

(ˈʃnɪts lər)

n.
Arthur, 1862–1931, Austrian author.
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Schnitzler's lesser-known short story "Andreas Thameyers letzter Brief" is the suicide letter with which Thameyer, thirty-four, employee at the Austrian Savings Bank, is trying to defend his wife's fidelity.
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The bats have corresponding differences in their calls and in details of their hunting grounds, say Bjorn Siemers and Hans-Ulrich Schnitzler of the University of Tubingen.
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(1) Most critics either rationalized or critiqued the film's tone and plot by declaring it, as Philip Hensher does, a "scrupulously faithful adaptation" of Arthur Schnitzler's 1926 Traumnovelle.
Riefenstahl," Rainer Schnitzler, mayor of Poecking, told Reuters.
This collection of nine stories and novellas by Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) provides an excellent introduction to an underappreciated writer of penetrating psychological depth.
Arthur Schnitzler Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas.
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