Karl Kraus and the Critics  

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“In the early years of this century,” writes Hartl, “Sigmund Freud and Karl Kraus were something like dioscuri, twin-like in their bearing and destiny, and far ahead of their time in their moral and other views”.--Karl Kraus and the Critics (1997) by Harry Zohn

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Karl Kraus and the Critics (1997) is a book on Karl Kraus by Harry Zohn.



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