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    • Schwentner, Isabella (2017-12)
      Historical-critical edition of Arthur Schnitzler’s novella Blumen. The volume presents all bequeathed manuscripts as full-size facsimiles with transcriptions and a print text with a display of textual variants. It is ...
    • Dessì Schmid, Sarah (2020)
      This synchronic study presents a new onomasiological, frame-theoretical model for the description, classification and theoretical analysis of the cross-linguistic content category aspectuality. It deals specifically with ...
    • Krüger, Hans-Peter (2020)
      This volume examines the specifics of Plessner's philosophy in comparison with the conceptions of Dewey, Freud, Habermas, Heidegger, Jaspers, Kant, Nietzsche, v. Uexküll and today's brain, cognition and behavioral research. ...
    • Authier-Revuz, Jacqueline (2020)
      This book offers a general model of reported speech that relies on clear, well-argued theoretical choices in order to describe accurately the diversity of observed situations. The metalanguage/alterity articulation is ...
    • Vejvar, Martin (2015-11)
      The farce Ein Sklavenball mit Gesang und Tanz [A Slave Ball with song and dance] and the comedy that was developed out of it Pompeji [Pompei] (both 1937) are the last two dramas completed by Ödön von Horváth. The present ...
    • Vejvar, Martin (2015-11)
      The farce Ein Sklavenball mit Gesang und Tanz [A Slave Ball with song and dance] and the comedy that was developed out of it Pompeji [Pompei] (both 1937) are the last two dramas completed by Ödön von Horváth. The present ...
    • Streitler-Kastberger, Nicole (2020-02)
      This new volume makes two little-known dramas by Ödön von Horváth, Heavenwards and Head through the Wall accessible to scholars for the first time. Written in the years 1934/35, they document Horváth’s struggle to find an ...
    • Streitler-Kastberger, Nicole (2020-02)
      This new volume makes two little-known dramas by Ödön von Horváth, Heavenwards and Head through the Wall accessible to scholars for the first time. Written in the years 1934/35, they document Horváth’s struggle to find an ...
    • Schnitzler, Arthur; Rauchenbacher, Marina; Fliedl, Konstanze (2019)
      Historical-critical edition of Arthur Schnitzler’s „Reigen.“ This edition presents a comprehensive preface analyzing above all the text genesis and the complex printing history, the manuscripts with transcriptions, a print ...
    • Schnitzler, Arthur; Rauchenbacher, Marina; Fliedl, Konstanze (2019)
      Historical-critical edition of Arthur Schnitzler’s „Reigen.“ This edition presents a comprehensive preface analyzing above all the text genesis and the complex printing history, the manuscripts with transcriptions, a print ...
    • Fuchs, Martin; Linkenbach, Antje; Mulsow, Martin; Otto, Bernd-Christian; Bjørn Parson, Rahul; Rüpke, Jörg (2020)
      This volume brings together key findings of the research project ‘Religious Individualisation in Historical Perspective’ at the Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies. Combining a wide range of disciplinary ...
    • Mitterer, Cornelius (2020)
      Richard Schaukal was in contact with some of literary modernism’s most important protagonists. In his early creative years, he stylized himself as an independent, isolated poet. After World War I, Schaukal became increasingly ...