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Author Hanak, Peter.
Title The Garden and the Workshop : Essays on the Cultural History of Vienna and Budapest.
Imprint Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2014.

Author Hanak, Peter.
Series Princeton Legacy Library
Princeton legacy library.
Subject Vienna (Austria) -- Civilization.
Budapest (Hungary) -- Civilization.
Vienna (Austria) -- Intellectual life.
Budapest (Hungary) -- Intellectual life.
Description 1 online resource (274 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents List of Illustrations ; Foreword ; Acknowledgments ; Introductory Reflections on Cultural History ; CHAPTER ONE ; Urbanization and Civilization: Vienna and Budapest in the Nineteenth Century ; CHAPTER TWO ; The Image of the Germans and the Jews in the Hungarian Mirror of the Nineteenth Century ; CHAPTER THREE ; The Garden and the Workshop: Reflections on Fin-De-Siecle Culture in Vienna and Budapest ; CHAPTER FOUR ; The Alienation of Death in Budapest and Vienna at the Turn of the Century ; CHAPTER FIVE ; The Start of Endre Ady's Literary Career (1903-1905) ; CHAPTER SIX.
The Cultural Role of the Vienna-Budapest Operetta CHAPTER SEVEN; Social Marginality and Cultural Creativity in Vienna and Budapest (1890-1914); EIGHT ; Vox Populi: Intercepted Letters in the First World War ; Notes ; Index.
Summary A century ago, Vienna and Budapest were the capital cities of the western and eastern halves of the increasingly unstable Austro-Hungarian empire and scenes of intense cultural activity. Vienna was home to such figures as Sigmund Freud, Gustav Klimt, and Hugo von Hofmannsthal; Budapest produced such luminaries as Bela Bartok, Georg Lukacs, and Michael and Karl Polanyi. However, as Peter Hanak shows in these vignettes of Fin-de-Siecle life, the intellectual and artistic vibrancy common to the two cities emerged from deeply different civic cultures. Hanak surveys the urban development o.
ISBN 9781400864836 (electronic bk.)
1400864836 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 884012568
Additional Format Print version: Hanak, Peter. Garden and the Workshop : Essays on the Cultural History of Vienna and Budapest. Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2014

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