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Sol Liptzin at Ninety: Interview in Jerusalem
Sol Liptzin and Mark H. Gelber
Modern Austrian Literature
Vol. 25, No. 1 (1992), pp. 7-14
Published by: Association of Austrian Studies
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24655279
Page Count: 8
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In this interview, Sol Liptzin comments on his life-long fascination with the writers of Jung Wien, especially Schnitzler and Beer-Hofmann. He discusses the renaissance in Schnitzler studies, as well as his own scholarly contributions in this area. He differentiates between German-Jewish expression, and assesses possibilities for future scholarly contributions in the areas of his expertise.
Modern Austrian Literature © 1992 Association of Austrian Studies