(From the publisher):
These artful new translations of nine of Schnitzler's most important stories and novellas reinforce the Viennese author's remarkable achievement as literary modernist, depth psychologist, and prose stylist. The collection includes powerful early works such as "The Dead Are Silent" and "Geronimo and His Brother" as well as late masterpieces such as "Night Games" and "Dream Story," upon which Stanley Kubrick based his film Eyes Wide Shut. In all these stories, Schnitzler uses point of view, interior monologue, and stream of consciousness in a radically modern way reminiscent of Joyce and Proust, only earlier.
- Night Games
- The Dead Are Silent
- Blind Geronimo and His Brother
- A Farewell
- The Second
- Baron von Leisenbohg's Destiny
- The Widower
- Death of a Bachelor
- Dream Story
Original title: Night Games: And Other Stories and Novellas
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction
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