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The Austrian author Robert Musil ranks one of the superior novelists of the 20 th century. regardless of a sequence of lesser yet well-regarded shorter works, his literary popularity rests virtually fullyyt on his novel Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften (The guy with out Qualities), a life-work within the truest feel, which turned the point of interest of all his energies and considering from 1924 until eventually his loss of life in 1942. This examine analyzes the vital traits in scholarship at the novel from the Sixties to the current. It contrasts previous feedback, which foregrounded the eponymous primary character's look for id opposed to the historical past of topic concept or mysticism, with newer feedback, which has all in favour of aesthetic and moral techniques to the radical in the broader context of theories of worth. A focal bankruptcy within the learn facilities at the continual hassle critics have encountered with the belief of "Eigenschaftslosigkeit," the kingdom of being with out characteristics named within the novel's title.BR> Tim Mehigan is affiliate Professor of German and Head of the dept of Germanic experiences and Russian on the collage of Melbourne.

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Paderborn: Mentis. Maier, Uwe M. 1999. Sinn und Gefühl in der Moderne: Zu Robert Musils Gefühlstheorie und einer Soziologie der Emotionen. Aachen: Shaker Verlag. Mehigan, Tim. 1999. “Robert Musil. ” In Reclams Romanlexikon. Band three: 20. Jahrhundert I, edited through Frank Rainer Max and Christine Ruhrberg. Stuttgart: Reclam. Universal-Bibliothek 18003. 323–32. Zingel, Astrid. 1999. Ulrich u. Agathe: Das Thema der Geschwisterliebe in Robert Musils Romanprojekt “Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften. ” St. Ingbert: Röhrig. Hadjuk, Stefan. 2000. Die Figur des Erhabenen. Robert Musils ästhetische Transgression der Moderne. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann. Epistemata: Würzburger wissenschaftliche Schriften, Reihe Literaturwissenschaft 338. WORKS CONSULTED E 173 Jonsson, Stefan. 2000. topic with out state: Robert Musil and the historical past of recent id. Durham/London: Duke UP. Post-Contemporary Interventions. Rauch, Marja. 2000. Vereinigungen: Frauenfiguren und Identität in Robert Musils Prosawerk. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann. Epistemata: Würzburger wissenschaftliche Schriften. Reihe Literaturwissenschaft 310. Coetzee, J. M. 2001. “Robert Musil’s Diaries. ” In Stranger seashores. Essays 1986– 1999. London: Secker and Warburg, 104–22. Imai, Michio. 2001. “Musil among Mach and Stumpf. ” In Ernst Mach’s Vienna 1895–1930: Or Phenomenalism as Philosophy of technology, edited via J. Blackmore, R. Itagaki, and S. Tanaka. Dordrecht, Boston, London: Kluwer. Boston reviews within the Philosophy of technology 218, 187–210. Kümmel, Albert. 2001. Das MoE-Programm: Eine Studie über geistige enterprise. Munich: Wilhelm Fink. Musil-Studien 29. Mehigan, Tim. 2001. Robert Musil. Stuttgart: Reclam. Universal-Bibliothek 17628. Pieper, Hans-Joachim. 2002. Musils Philosophie: Essayismus und Dichtung im Spannungsfeld der Theorien Nietzsches und Machs. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann. Taschner, Rudolf. 2002. Musil, Gödel, Wittgenstein und das Unendliche. Vienna: Picus Verlag. Wiener Vorlesungen im Rathaus 87. Index absurdism, 87 Adorno, Theodor W. , 12, thirteen, 15, 18, 27, 30, 31, forty two, forty three, forty seven, fifty nine, 60, sixty one, sixty two, sixty four, eighty two, a hundred, 119, 121 aesthetic feedback, 70, 81–107 aestheticism, 14, 104 aesthetics, ninety two, one zero five agon, a hundred and five Akzente, three Albertsen, Elisabeth, 25, 30–31, 37, 112, 151 alea, one zero five Aler, Jan, 153 allegory, eighty four, 87–88, ninety seven, a hundred and twenty Allemann, Beda, 18, 21–23, forty, eighty five, ninety eight, ninety nine, 148, 152, 161 Alt, Peter-Andre, 106, 163, 166 Alteri, Charles, 109, 127 alterity, ninety Althaus, Horst, a hundred and fifty five Altmann, Volker, one hundred twenty, 169 Angelis, Enrico de, 26 anthropology, 14, fifty six, fifty seven, 124, one hundred twenty five anti-Semitism, sixty three, sixty four aphorism, a hundred apperception, one hundred twenty five Appignanesi, Lisa, 154 Aristotle, 33, 121 Arntzen, Helmut, four, nine, 10, 12, 14, 18–19, 38–40, forty three, sixty five, eighty five, 86, 95–96, a hundred, 107, 108, 128, a hundred forty five, 149, 151, 156, 159, 163 paintings, functionality of, eighty one; query of, 30, 33–34, fifty five, 114, 135–36; idea of, 14, 22–23, 33–34, ninety three, 104, 122 artist, prestige of, 81–82 Arvon, Henri, sixteen, 112, 126, 132, 152 Aspetsberger, Friedbert, 26, fifty three, 157, 159 Aue, Maximilian, 159 “Aufklärung. ” See Enlightenment Austria. See Austrian-Hungarian empire Austrian-Hungarian empire, monarchy, kingdom, eleven, forty seven, 60, sixty two, sixty three, sixty seven, 88, 116 authorship, five Bachmann, Dieter, 152 Bachmann, Ingeborg, three, seventy eight, 147, 149 Baltz-Balzberg, Regina, 163 Bangerter, Lowell A.

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