Doppio sogno has ratings and reviews. Stella said: No, proprio non fa per me. Eppure è un’operetta raffinata, ben scritta, curata. Avevo visto. Prinzipiell hat Arthur Schnitzler hier eine sehr gute Geschichte begonnen, Doppio sogno “Traumnovelle”, é un testo sospeso tra conscio e inconscio, una. Doppio sogno by Arthur Schnitzler, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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He received his doctorate of medicine in and worked at the Vienna’s General H Arthur Schnitzler was an Austrian author and dramatist. What is important though are not the spicy details of Fridolin’s gloomy and ambiguous revels or the form of Albertine’s sexual fantasies, but the acknowledgement that we are all wearing masks and that granting others the same benefit of the doubt and the same freedoms we give ourselves is the start on the road to acceptance and understanding.

It is almost the exact same narrative, but with none of the fascinating imagery and character development of the movie. Da macht das Filmschauen deutlich mehr Freude. All three novels are coming from the same prewar period, challenge accepted social norms and announce sexual emancipation.

In a modern world we can read the mortuary as a place of science, definite, precise, analytic. Oct 13, Stela rated it liked it Shelves: How many of them were real and how many of them true. The son of a prominent Hungarian-Jewish laryngologist Johann Schnitzler and Luise Markbreiter a daughter of the Viennese doctor Philipp Markbreiterwas born in Vienna in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and began studying medicine at the local university in Dream Story tells how through a simple sexual admission a husband and wife are driven apart into rival worlds of erotic intrigue and revenge.

Dream Story

I’m a rare fan of Kubrick’s “Eyes Wide Shut” and so I looked forward to this, but found it too close to the film and yet nowhere near as vivid. I’m not sure if my review is enlightening or endarkening you opinion whether you should read this book or not but I can only say as schintzler conclusion that I enjoyed Schnitzler’s writing and I hope I’ll enjoy Eoppio adaptation.


It’s fascinating to see how Kubrick interpreted this visually too.

Fridolin says that it will never happen again but Albertine tells him not to look too far into the future, and the important thing is that they survived through their adventures. Is one name, one identity more real, more correct, or did they all co-exist in reality, just that mostly only one is on display at anyone time?

Das merkt man auch beim Ende, als der Ehemann alles beichtet und dann ist alles wieder gut. Schnitzler was branded as a pornographer after the release of his play Reigen, in which ten pairs of characters are shown before and after the sexual act, leading and ending with a prostitute.

Intrigued, Fridolin procures a mask and costume and follows Nachtigall to the party at a private residence. Behind the conventional picture of marital happiness lurks the shadowy urges of the subconscious. Maybe these similarities have something to do with both being doctors roughly around the same time?

arthir He embarks on a night of costumes, passwords, clandestine encounters, secret societies, rituals, dire warnings, confusion, revenge, and redemption. I had the opposite experience with this story. He simply colors the doplio his characters inhabit with a hypnotic quality scbnitzler seduces the reader into the dream-scape. The corresponding head-dresses were on a shelf above the costumes. Mesmo assim, foi uma leitura interessante e absorvente. Glad I’ve read it but in general it was a little bit better than meh, for me at least.

Se disabiliti questo cookie, non saremo in grado di salvare le tue preferenze. My thoughts were more along the lines of “oh, another guy exploring his midlife crisis!

In addition to his plays and fiction, Schnitzler meticulously kept a diary from arthkr age of 17 until two days before his death, of a brain hemorrhage in Vienna. The book deals with the thoughts and psychological transformations of Doctor Fridolin over a two-day period after his wife confesses having had sexual fantasies involving another man. Inwhen this was originally published, it was probably a pretty scandalous book.

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Fridolin may have thought about making conquests of women, but Schnitzler turned thought into deed. Der Weg ins Freie Therese. Eroticism is only one aspect of this novella.

Just a moment while we soggno you in to your Goodreads account. He reads that a young woman has been poisoned. In thinking about which he would prefer, he canot decide. Fridolin then admits that during that same vacation he had dopipo attracted to a young girl on the beach.


I forgot to mention I did the see the movie version when it first came out, but I can’t remember a thing from it. In Lemburg there is the wife and child zone, Vienna is the work zone and in the wallet is some money that belongs correctly to Fridolin, a debt is repaid, however Nightingale asserts that Vienna is not what Fridolin is familiar with, no, weird things happen, secret societies, masked faces, naked bodies – everything smells of sex.

Si legge velocemente, in una serata si finisce. There is also a lot of Freudian psychology in this book Freud another Austrian and Schnitzler knew signo other We see a couple confessing to each other.

In this short time, he meets many people who give clues to the world Schnitzler creates. Leggi la nostra recensione su http: To ask other readers questions about Doppio sognoplease sign up. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

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Arthhur were all kinds of schnitzlsr hanging to the right and to the left. The big shock and surprise for me about this story was that it written init feels like something that belongs to an era twenty or thirty years earlier, perhaps that is part of the point. Upon his return home, Albertina awakens and describes a dream she has had: That is the intoxicating essence of the story.

It is as if the possibilities of his life are suddenly opening up to him, and women whom he met every day suddenly take on the glow of possibility.

One evening Albertine confesses to Fridolin that she had sexual phantasies involving a man she had seen during their vacation. Thanks for telling us about the problem.