Professor Bernhardi

; Samuel Adamson (Bidragsyter)

"Vienna, 1900. A Jewish doctor prevents a Catholic priest from absolving a dying patient. A witchhunt ensues.Arthur Schnitzler's work has come to define Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century. Written in 1912, Professor Bernhardi exposes the violent prejudices lurking beneath the city's glittering surface. Les mer
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Om boka

"Vienna, 1900. A Jewish doctor prevents a Catholic priest from absolving a dying patient. A witchhunt ensues.Arthur Schnitzler's work has come to define Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century. Written in 1912, Professor Bernhardi exposes the violent prejudices lurking beneath the city's glittering surface. Schnitzler's ""serious comedy"", in a spiky new version by award-winning playwright Samuel Adamson, made its first appearance in London since 1936 as the third and final production in the The Last Waltz Season at the Arcola Theatre, London in March 2005."

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Om forfatteren

"Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1930), the Austrian author and doctor, is probably best known for his plays 'La Ronde' and 'Liebelei'. His early years were marked by a particular interest in the emergent science of psychology and his writings anticipate Freud's psychopathological theories. "