Vídeňská moderna ve slovanských časopisech
VIENNA MODERNISM IN SLAV PERIODICALS
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This review of Die Wiener Moderne in slawischen Periodika der Jahrhundertwende, a volume of essays from a two-day conference in Vienna in 2004. The reviewer divides the essays into two sections. The first comprises discussions of its reception in Russian periodicals (by Helga Ottinger, “Vesy,” Rosemarie Ziegler, “Severnyj vestnik,” Eva Hausbacher, “Mir Iskusstva,” Stefan Simonek, “Zolotoe runo,” and Fedor B. Poljakov, “Apollon”), which did not reflect the difference between Jungstes Deutschland and Jung-Wien, and the Wiener Moderne was therefore perceived as part of German culture. The second part considers the reception of the Wiener Moderne in periodicals published in Austria-Hungary (Stephan Simonek, “Literaturno-naukovyj visnyk,” Jolanta Krzysztoforska-Doschek, “Chimera,” Alois Woldan, “Zycie,” and Gertraude Zand, “Moderní revue”), where, by contrast, the polarity between Modernism of Vienna and Germany was distinctly perceived, owing, among other things, to the promotion of this polarity by the Austrian critic, novelist, and playwright Hermann Bahr (1863–1934).
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