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Anatol

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Published January 1st 1999 by Players Press (first published 1893)
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Anatol by Arthur Schnitzler
Only 5 out of 10

I was not thrilled by this play.
But then, the subject matter and its treatment seem to be rather flimsy and somewhat vain, if not worse.
ANATOL, an idle young bachelor, lives in a charming flat in Vienna. That he has taste, besides means to indulge it, may be seen by his rooms, the furniture he buys, the pictures he hangs on the walls. And if such things indicate character, one would judge, first by the material comfort of the place and then by the impat
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Tredici atti unici; (prologo compreso), formano un ciclo di "episodi di vita" di un giovane libertino dell'alta società asburgica nel periodo cupo tra fine 800 e primi 900, inizio della decadenza Imperiale. Anatol è un personaggio smarrito e malinconico, che vive la sua esistenza in un mondo personale fatto di illusioni e di autoinganni. Si avvale del suo alter ego Max, che rappresenta la sua parte razionale, ma che non gli servirà granché quando ostinatamente proverà a misurarsi con il pianeta ...more
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Arthur Schnitzler was an Austrian author and dramatist.

The son of a prominent Hungarian-Jewish laryngologist Johann Schnitzler and Luise Markbreiter (a daughter of the Viennese doctor Philipp Markbreiter), was born in Vienna in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and began studying medicine at the local university in 1879. He received his doctorate of medicine in 1885 and worked at the Vienna's General H
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“ANATOL: Ach, jak jsme se pak vraceli domů, v kočáře... jako dřív. Položila mi hlavu na prsa. Teď se už nikdy nerozloučíme - řekla...
MAX: Probuď se, příteli, a koukej, abys dospěl ku konci.
ANATOL: "Už se nikdy nerozloučíme"... A dnes ve dvě se žením!
MAX: S jinou.
ANATOL: Nu co; člověk se vždyždycky žení s jinou.”
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