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Anticlericalism in Austrian Literature

Citation: Robertson, Ritchie (2005) Anticlericalism in Austrian Literature. Occasions, 9 .

Occasions is a series of publications on themes related to Austria in the wider European historical and cultural context, based on contributions by scholars and artists from both the United Kingdom and Austria. Issue 9 features an article on 'Anticlericalism in Austrian Literature from Joseph II to Thomas Bernhard', with a Preface by Johannes Wimmer and a Foreword by Martin Liebscher.

Additional Information: Citation: Occasions, Austrian Cultural Forum London. Series: Occasions, 9.
Creators: Robertson, Ritchie and
Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
Keywords: anti-clericalism, Austria, History and criticism, German literature, Austrian authors
Divisions: Institute of Modern Languages Research
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Dates:
  • October 2005 (published)
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