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BORN 15 May 1862, Wien: Jägerzeile 16 (now: Pratergasse 16) - DIED 21 Oct 1931, Wien: Sternwartestrasse 17 |
GRAVE LOCATION Wien: Zentralfriedhof, Simmeringer Hauptstraße 234, Simmering (Gruppe 06, Reihe 00, Nummer 04 (Alter Jüdischer Friedhof))
Arthur Schnitzler worked as a physician until 1894. In his first works, among them "Anatol (1894)", he investigated psychoanalysis. Around this time he had a passionate affair with the actress Adele Sandrock.
Schnitzler wrote a number of plays in which he portrayed life in Vienna during the fin-de-siècle in a painfully accurate way. His "Reigen" (written in 1897 and pubished in 1900) was regarded as pornographic and several trials followed. In his novel "Der Weg ins Freie" ("The Road to Freedom") he attacks antisemitism.
In 1903 he married Olga Gussman. Director Heinrich Schnitzler (1902-1982) is their son. Their daughter Lilly was born in 1909. She married the Italian officer Cappellini in 1927 but she committed suicide on 26 Jul 1928 in Venice. Olga's sister Elisabeth married the actor Albert Steinrück.
Works: "Professor Bernhardi" (1912; forbidden by the Austrian censors); "Casanovas Heimfahrt" (1918); 'Traumnovelle' (1926).
was a friend of Bergner, Elisabeth
knew Freud, Sigmund
was influenced by Krafft-Ebing, Richard, Freiherr von
was the lover of Sandrock, Adele
visited Vollmoeller, Karl
was influenced by Weininger, Otto
|9/10/1895||Premiere of Arthur Schnitzler's "Libelei" at the Burgtheater in Vienna |
|20/2/1933||Paula Wessely appears as Christine in Schnitzler's "Liebelei" at the Theater in der Josefstadt in Vienna. Paul Kalbeck was the director. [Wessely, Paula]|
Vienna, Michelin Tyre PLC, Watford, Hertfordshire, 1998
Rothe, Friedrich, Arthur Schnitzler und Adele Sandrock, Theater über Theater, Rowolth-Berlin Verlag, Berlin, 1997
Paula Wessely â€“ Wikipedia