Mention Arthur Schnitzler to the average well-read American, and the response is likely to be "Who?" Even one who has studied German at some point is probably only familiar with a very few of his works. Would the same person have fared better during the first third of this century, while the author was still alive and actively creating stories and plays? I think the answer is "yes," but not because of any familarity with the translations in book form.



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