Hugo Von Hofmannsthal and the Austrian Idea

Selected Essays and Addresses, 1906-1927 Hugo von Hofmannsthal David S. Luft ... especially in the early years of the war, “Hofmannsthal's 'Austrian idea' was entirely unprogrammatic,” offering “an ideal that defies any human action or ...

Author: Hugo von Hofmannsthal

Publisher: Purdue University Press

ISBN: 9781557535900

Category: History

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A collection and translation 20 of the author's essays and addresses relating to Austrian culture.

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