Schnitzler


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Schnitz·ler

(shnitz'lĕr),
L., 20th-century European physician. See: Schnitzler syndrome.
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Critics who saw the play, adapted from another Schnitzler novel, described the scene in which she simulated sex on stage as "pure theatrical Viagra".
Working with Schnitzler and two other researchers, Kalko examined the hunting habits of the fisherman bat, Noctilio leporinus, which lives throughout South America.
Freud thought Schnitzler arrived intuitively at many of his own conclusions, while another notable Viennese resident, Adolf Hitler, summed up his work as "Jewish filth".
Arthur Schnitzler Night Games and Other Stories and Novellas.
Piekara, an attorney with Jackson, Lewis, Schnitzler & Krupman, which specializes in labor and employment law, said Title III affects Public Accommodations and Commercial Facilities.
Speaking on behalf of the partnership, Jamie Wilson, Regional Director of Schnitzler Steel Inc.
The play is based on La Ronde, by Arthur Schnitzler, who completed the work in 1900 and never expected it to be performed.
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In every area there were Jews, such as Schoenberg, Freud, Schnitzler, Wittgenstein, and also non-Jews, such as Loos, Klimt, Berg, Mush, Kokoschka, and no discernible difference went along with this distinction; and if it had, this would have been of interest largely to the Gestapo.
Previously Schnitzler had thought of him in a negative sense because of his irony.
And his insight into the feminine psyche may well remind some readers of Arthur Schnitzler, though more the novelist than the playwright.