Neophilologus

, Volume 67, Issue 1, pp 118–125 | Cite as

Observations on love and death in Musil

  • Charles N. Genno
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Keywords

Comparative Literature Historical Linguistic 

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Notes

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    Robert Musil,Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften, ed. Adolf Frisé, 5th ed. (1952; reprint ed., Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1969). Further references to this work appear in the text.Google Scholar
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    Robert Musil,Tagebücher, Aphorismen, Essays und Reden, ed. Adolf Frisé (Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1955).Google Scholar
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    Robert Musil, Prosa, Dramen, späte Briefe, ed. Adolf Frisé (Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1957).Google Scholar
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    Tagebücher, p. 112.Google Scholar
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    Ricarda Huch,Blütezeit der Romantik (1899; 4th ed., Leipzig: Haessel, 1911).Google Scholar
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    Tagebücher, p. 172.Google Scholar
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    Tagebücher, p. 355.Google Scholar
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© Wolters-Noordhoff 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles N. Genno
    • 1
  1. 1.Dept. of German, Victoria CollegeUniversity of TorontoTorontoCanada

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