Schnitzler



Arthur
[ahr-ther;; German ahr-too r] /ˈɑr θər;; German ˈɑr tʊər/ (Show IPA), 1862–1931, Austrian dramatist and novelist.
Historical Examples

“Young Medardus” is Schnitzler’s most ambitious attempt at historical playwriting.
The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler

These are the main outlines of Schnitzler’s work as a dramatist.
The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler

What Schnitzler shows is that egoism grows more repulsive as increasing age makes it less warranted.
The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler

Has Schnitzler succeeded in making a play of heterogeneous material?
Ivory Apes and Peacocks James Huneker

But even with Schnitzler’s help it was impossible to raise Herr Nasse out of the chasm.
True Tales of Mountain Adventures Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond

I remember passing down it with Schnitzler the previous January, and finding much care needed to cross a big chasm.
True Tales of Mountain Adventures Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond

Suddenly Schnitzler, who must have stepped on a snow-bridge, and Herr Nasse dropped without a sound into the chasm.
True Tales of Mountain Adventures Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond

Schnitzler was leading, then came the two travellers, finally the Tyrolese, who came down last man.
True Tales of Mountain Adventures Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond

The ironical outlook so dear to Schnitzler—or rather, so inseparable from his temperament—has betrayed him.
The Lonely Way–Intermezzo–Countess Mizzie Arthur Schnitzler

But while this terrible scene was passing, Schnitzler had performed an act of the highest bravery.
True Tales of Mountain Adventures Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond

noun
Arthur (ˈartʊr). 1862–1931, Austrian dramatist and novelist. His best-known works are Anatol (1893) a series of one-act plays, and Reigen (1900), both of which reveal his psychological insight and preoccupation with sexuality

Tagged:

Read Also:

  • Schopenhauer

    Arthur [ahr-too r] /ˈɑr tʊər/ (Show IPA), 1788–1860, German philosopher. Contemporary Examples He blames the “hold-up” on an imaginary broker he calls (off the cuff) “Schopenhauer.” The Gem Trade’s Shady Characters Jonathan Blitzer May 12, 2009 For the philosophically minded, the reference to Schopenhauer is a clue as to what is happening to Bobby. The […]

  • Schomburg

    Arthur Alfonso, 1874–1938, U.S. scholar and collector of books on black literature and history, born in Puerto Rico.



  • Art song

    a song intended primarily to be sung in recital, typically set to a poem, and having subtly interdependent vocal and piano parts. Historical Examples Almost all folk-music, indeed, exacts a vocal method of its interpreter quite distinct from that of the art song. The Merry-Go-Round Carl Van Vechten

  • Symons

    Arthur, 1865–1945, English poet and critic, born in Wales. Historical Examples General Symons undertook to remain in the district for another month. The Pacification of Burma Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite “Miss Symons asked me to give you this box,” said the nurse. The Third Miss Symons Flora Macdonald Mayor Fortunate that Symons had to […]



Disclaimer: Schnitzler definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.