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At the center of Schnitzler's one-act verse drama Paracelsus, written between 1894 and 1898 and set in sixteenth-century Basel, is a hypnosis experiment that blurs the boundaries between dream and reality. This historical critical edition documents the text’s genesis and print history, and provides manuscript facsimiles including transcriptions, a critically reviewed printed text with a variants apparatus, and a commentary.
Isabella Schwentner and Konstanze Fliedl, German Studies Institute, University of Vienna, Austria
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