Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) was a physician and author. He wrote poems, plays, short fiction, and novels. The collection
consists of microfilm copies of the Arthur Schnitzler Archives from Cambridge. The microfilm includes manuscripts, correspondence,
scripts, sketches, a dissertation on Schnitzler, and autobiographical material and documents related to Arthur Schnitzler's
father, Johann Schnitzler.
Schnitzler was born May 15, 1862 in Vienna, Austria; graduated from the University of Vienna in 1885 and became a practicing
physician; he was more interested in a literary career, and his poems began to appear in literary journals under the pen name
Anatol in 1886; he characterized himself as an Austrian writer of Jewish origin and wrote plays, short fiction, and novels;
died in Vienna on October 21, 1931.
1.5 linear ft.
(3 boxes and 9 oversize boxes)
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