Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas (2021)

Free Read Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas - by Arthur Schnitzler Margret Schaefer John Simon - Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas, Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas These artful new translations of nine of Arthur Schnitzler s most important stories and novellas including Dream Story on which Stanley Kubrick based his widely acclaimed film Eyes Wide Shut reinforc Free Read Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas - by Arthur Schnitzler Margret Schaefer John Simon - Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas, Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas These artful new translations of nine of Arthur Schnitzler s most important stories and novellas including Dream Story on which Stanley Kubrick based his widely acclaimed film Eyes Wide Shut reinforc
  • Title: Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas
  • Author: Arthur Schnitzler Margret Schaefer John Simon
  • ISBN: 9781566635066
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas
Free Read Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas - by Arthur Schnitzler Margret Schaefer John Simon, Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas, Arthur Schnitzler Margret Schaefer John Simon, Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas These artful new translations of nine of Arthur Schnitzler s most important stories and novellas including Dream Story on which Stanley Kubrick based his widely acclaimed film Eyes Wide Shut reinforce the Viennese author s remarkable achievement as literary modernist depth psychologist and prose stylist The psychologically complex and morally ambiguous
  • Free Read Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas - by Arthur Schnitzler Margret Schaefer John Simon
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Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas

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  1. A crucial body of work featuring some of Schnitzler s finest moments as a writer, this collection consists of seven short stories, The Dead are Silent , Blind Geronimo and His Brother , A Farewell , The Second , Baron von Leisenbohg s Destiny , The Widower , and Death of a Bachelor , which all are of a pretty high standard Plus two superb novellas, the dramatic Night Games which opens the book, and Dream Story , it s darkly seductive Finale All have about them themes of love and death, which app [...]

  2. A fairy tale, a dream, a nightmare The opening of Dream Story begins with the innocence of a young girl reading a fairy tale However, the narrative almost immediately drifts into a not so innocent glance look between the girl s parents Suddenly they are remembering a masquerade ball and the reader is drawn into the parents world where reality is like a dream and truth and lie flow into one another.Dream Story narrates the emotional life of a a couple, Fridolin and Albertine, who are living banal [...]

  3. Utterly remarkable Easy to see why Freud was so in awe of this man s depth of insight into our psyches Most of the stories stare into the abyss of a life s illusions being pitilessly ripped away by contrast, the one with an unambivalent happy ending was one of the most moving literary experiences I can recall, readily moving me to tears Magnificent.

  4. Without doubt the best collection of fever dreams I ve ever come across Intoxicating and surreal Many thanks to Kubrick for introducing me to this author Will definitely be checking out his other works.

  5. Schnitzler s short stories are emblematic of the social decay in Austria on the eve of the demise of its monarchy Great stuff for anyone interested in modernist literature.

  6. I picked this up because I wanted to read Traumnovelle, the basis for Kubrick s final film Eyes Wide Shut While that one was good, the other stories were excellent too Schnitzler shows an ability to explore the subconscious cracks between social norms and conventions I m definitely going to be seeking out his other work.

  7. Arthur Schnitzler is considered a great Viennese author, maybe the best from the turn of the 19th 20th centuries His books reflect a bizarre culture consumed by honor as in duels , sex especially extra marital and death His stories always touch on these three subjects but not in equal proportions in each story They are fascinating tales, some with fairly happy endings, some with sad, melancholy endings and many in between But each of them is an interesting look at life in the dying days of the A [...]

  8. Schnitzler is a great author of short stories This is a good collection of many of them, although I wish it had background in addition to the narratives.

  9. Dr Freud loved Schnitzler s Dream Story Traumnovelle , and I second his admiration It s the rarest gem of this mesmerizing collection.

  10. Pure genius Amazing insight into people s motives and passions Arthur Schnitzler was a natural born psychoanalist.

  11. The prose is somewhat attractive, but these are altogether very simple stories about extramarital affairs and gambling and backstabbing friends and other middle class tribulations like that The characters are almost invariably childish and self obsessed, which took me out of their world.If one s interested in Freud s Vienna years and early psychoanalysis they might find something here, because these stories are a bit like puzzles that can be unlocked with the murmurs of Freud s early research Bu [...]

  12. Dream Story is the highlight The rest are bleak tales of gambling, infidelity, suspicion and betrayal More depressing than entertaining.

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