Citations with the tag: ALTENBERG, Peter

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  • PETER ALTENBERG AND DAS JUNGE WIEN.
    Klawiter, Randolph J. // Modern Austrian Literature; Winter1968, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p1 

    This article profiles Austrian poet Peter Altenberg. He was born as Richard Engl�nder in Vienna in March 9, 1859. Altenberg was descended from a long line of well-to-do Jewish merchants. He enrolled at the University of Vienna. Altenberg evinced a special interest in dietary and hygienic...

  • FLOWER IMAGERY IN PETER ALTENBERG'S WORKS.
    Alexander, Theodor W. // Modern Austrian Literature; Fall1969, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p7 

    Comments on the works of poet Peter Altenberg. His interest in nature; His style in poetry writing; Illustrations of flower imagery in his poetic essays.

  • "Unforgettable People from Paradise!": Peter Altenberg and the Ashanti Visit to Vienna of 1896-97.
    Barker, Andrew // Research in African Literatures; Summer1991, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p57 

    The article focuses on the author's experience of a touring exhibition of Ashanti people mounted in the Prater Zoo in Vienna, Austria to entertain the curious natives of the Austro-Hungarian metropolis. Although masquerading as an educational exercise, the prime purpose of this exhibition must...

  • The Bed.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p167 

    Presents the short story "The Bed," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • Poverty.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p170 

    Presents the short story "Poverty," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • Schubert.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p172 

    Presens the short story "Schubert," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • Albert.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p174 

    Presents the short story "Albert," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • Theater Evening.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p168 

    Presents the short story "Theater Evening," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • At Buffalo Bill's.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p171 

    Presents the short story "At Buffalo Bill's," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • Gramophone Record.
    Altenberg, Peter // New England Review (10531297); Spring2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p173 

    Presents the short story "Gramophone Record," an excerpt from "Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection," by Peter Altenberg, translated from the German by Peter Wortsman.

  • Telegrams of the Soul: Selected Prose of Peter Altenberg.
    Kling, Vincent // Modern Austrian Literature; 2005, Vol. 38 Issue 1/2, p101 

    The article reviews the book "Telegrams of the Soul: Selected Prose of Peter Altenberg," by Peter Altenberg, translated by Peter Wortsman.

  • A Zoo Story: Peter Altenberg's Ashantee (1897).
    Scott, Marilyn // Modern Austrian Literature; 1997, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p48 

    The article focuses on the depiction of Ashantis in Peter Altenberg's book "Ashantee." In the book "Ashantee," Altenberg describes his relationship with the Ashantis from the Gold Coast of Africa who were employed as living exhibition objects at an exhibition that was held in 1896 at the Vienna...

  • "Woman-Defender" and "Woman-Offender," Peter Altenberg and Otto Weininger: Two Literary Stances vis-�-vis Bourgeois Culture in the Viennese "Belle �poque"
    Schoenberg, Barbara Z. // Modern Austrian Literature; 1987, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p51 

    This article investigates the treatment and perception the female bourgeoise or middle-class in the belle �poque period by Austrian narrative fiction writers. The term woman was commonly used by most Austrian authors to refer to problems and flaws in the society, especially prose poet Peter...

  • The Inner Man: Interiors and Masculinity in Early Twentieth-Century Vienna.
    Gronberg, Tag // Oxford Art Journal; 2001, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p67 

    This essay argues that urban interiors as much as the city's streets were crucial to the progress of Selbstdarstellung [elf representation] in early twentieth-century Vienna. Carl Moll's (1861-1945) Self-portrait in the Studio (c. 1906, Gemäldegalerie, Akademie der bildenen Künste, Vienna)...

  • Ashantee.
    Kim, David D. // Modern Austrian Literature; 2009, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p115 

    The article reviews the book "Ashantee," by Peter Altenberg and translated by Katharina von Hammerstein.

  • PERCEPTIONS OF JEWISH FEMALE BODIES THROUGH GUSTAV KLIMT AND PETER ALTENBERG.
    KELLEY, SUSANNE // Imaginations Journal; Summer 2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p109 

    Gustav Klimt and Peter Altenberg are two figures within Viennese fin-de-siècle cultural production whose art may reveal a perception of local Jewish culture through their different foci on the non-European female body image. Both men have moments in their career, when their attention turns to...

  • TELEGRAMS OF THE SOUL: Selected Prose of Peter Altenberg.
    KELLEY, SUSANNE // Kirkus Reviews; 3/15/2005, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p301 

    Reviews the book "Telegrams of the Soul: Selected Prose of Peter Altenberg," by Peter Altenberg, translated and edited by Peter Wortsman.

  • "Ein Lichtbringender und Leuchtender, ein Dichter und Prophet"
    Barker, Andrew W. // Modern Austrian Literature; 1989, Vol. 22 Issue 3/4, p1 

    The article explains why critic Karl Kraus chose not to include author Peter Altenberg in his pamphlet "Die demolirte Literatur," which criticizes the authors of the book "Jung Wien." Many expected Kraus to attack Altenberg with his witty venom given his literary persona and his manifestation...

  • The Influence of the French Prose Poem on Peter Altenberg.
    Schoenberg, Barbara Z. // Modern Austrian Literature; 1989, Vol. 22 Issue 3/4, p15 

    The article examines the influence of the French literary tradition of prose poem on the works of Austrian author Peter Altenberg. Considering the prose poems of his French models, Altenberg combined the poetic and the prosaic. In his works the poetic content is constantly undermined by trivial...

  • "Ich hasse die Retouche": Peter Altenberg's letter to Arthur Schnitzler of July 1894 and its Consequences.
    Barker, Andrew W. // Modern Austrian Literature; 1992, Vol. 25 Issue 3/4, p257 

    The article focuses on Peter Altenberg's letter to Arthur Schnitzler dated July 1894. The letter was first published by Egon Friedell in "Das Altenbergbuch" in 1921. Schnitzler passed the letter to Karl Kraus, who subsequently sold it to raise money for Altenberg's memorial in the Vienna...

  • Peter Altenberg: The Fabricated Self.
    Gronberg, Tag // Oxford Art Journal; 2003, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p161 

    The article reviews the book "Peter Altenberg: Semmering 1912: Ein altbekanntes Buch und ein neuentdecktes Photoalbum," edited by Leo A. Lensing and Andrew Barker.

  • From Impression to Epiphany: The Aphorism in the Austrian Jahrhundertwende.
    Gray, Richard T. // Modern Austrian Literature; 1987, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p81 

    This article investigates the factors that contributed to the spread of aphorisms among Viennese authors at the turn of the 20th century. Aphoristic forms and productivity in the period can be attributed to impression and epiphany. The impressionistic aspect of the aphorism serves the verbal...

  • Semmering 1912: Ein altbekanntes Buch und ein neuentdecktes Photoalbum.
    Dowden, Stephen // Modern Austrian Literature; 2003, Vol. 36 Issue 3/4, p81 

    Reviews the book "Semmering 1912: Ein altbekanntes Buch und ein neuentdecktes Photoalbum," by Peter Altenberg, and edited by Andrew Barker and Leo Lensing.

  • Expedition in den Alltag: Gesammelte Skizzen, 1895-1898/Extrakte des Lebens: Gesammelte Skizzen, 1898-1919.
    Davian, Donald G. // World Literature Today; Winter89, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p96 

    Reviews two books by Peter Altenberg and editd by Werner J. Schweiger. "Expedition in den Alltag: Gesammelte Skizzen, 1895-1898"; "Extrakte des Lebens: Gesammelte Skizzen, 1898-1919."

  • 'BLOSS AUS LEMBERG GEBÃœRTIG': DETLEV SPINELL, THE AUSTRIAN JEWISH AESTHETE IN THOMAS MANN'S TRISTAN.
    Barker, Andrew // Modern Language Review; Apr2007, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p440 

    Building on the recent work of Yahya Elsaghe, this examination of Detlev Spinell, the central figure in Thomas Mann's Tristan, a central text in the literature of European decadence, discusses Spinell in the context of his clearly delineated presentation as an Austrian Jew. That Spinell is a...

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