Richard Schaukal in Netzwerken und Feldern der literarischen Moderne
[Richard Schaukal in Networks and Fields of Modernism]
Funded by FWF
Aims and Scope
Richard Schaukal was in contact with some of literary modernism’s most important protagonists. In his early creative years, he stylized himself as an independent, isolated poet. After World War I, Schaukal became increasingly visible as a cultural critic, using his letters, essays, and literary works to take a stand against the new realities. His biography offers insights into the aesthetic, social, and political developments of his time.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- vii, 302 pages
- 1 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Richard Schaukal; Viennese modernism; turn-of-the-century literature; literary networks