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6704223018 The dual kingdom survived only two more years before being dismantled by the Treaty of Versailles. He finds his way back to where the orgy had taken place the night before; before he can enter, he is handed a note addressed to him by name that warns him to not pursue the matter. Intrigued, Fridolin procures a mask and costume and follows Nachtigall to the party at a private residence. [In the following positive review of Eyes Wide Shut, the 1999 film based on Schnitzler's Dream Story, Bradshaw asserts that the film is faithful to Schnitzler's story, except that it loses the important element of the characters' Jewish identity.] Stanley Kubrick's extraordinary last testament, Eyes Wide Shut, has effortlessly attained one of the criteria of a certain type of classic. 3 (fall 1990): 207-09. (The entire section is 308 words.) To continue reading, start your free trial with eNotes Chris Lehmann (review date 15 January 2002) print Print document PDF This Page Only Entire Study Guide list Cite link Link SOURCE: Lehmann, Chris. (The entire section is 480 words.) Get Free Access Start your free trial with eNotes for complete access to this resource and thousands more. (December 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) . (The entire section is 1237 words.) To continue reading, start your free trial with eNotes Tobias Grey (review date 15 February 2002) print Print document PDF This Page Only Entire Study Guide list Cite link Link SOURCE: Grey, Tobias. Traumnovelle was a 1969 German television film directed by Wolfgang Glck. Stanley Kubrick's 1999 film Eyes Wide Shut, starring Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Sydney Pollack, is a modernized adaptation of the book, set in New York City around Christmas.
Review of Dream Story, by Arthur Schnitzler, translated by Otto P. v t e Arthur Schnitzler Plays Anatol (1893) La Ronde (1897) Professor Bernhardi (1912) Novels Der Weg ins Freie (1908) Therese. .. Critics also note that Schnitzler effectively blurs the line between reality and fantasy in the story; at the end, Fridolin and Albertina agree that no dream is ever entirely unreal, and that reality does not encompass the entirety of an individual life. Schinnerer. The Austrian Schnitzler (1862-1931), who is perhaps better known for his equally incisive plays (including The Merry-Go-Round and The Green. trans. Times Literary Supplement, (15 February 2002): 23.