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MODERN   GKRMAX  LITERATURE

580

pessimism, 3, 65, 99,  102, 443; see

Schopenhauer

Pflichtdratva, 32, 263, 367, 396, 408
Philistinism, 289, 291; see anti-K/V^r

literature
1?hysiogMMrik) 447
Pidoll, Carl, 527-8
Piontek, Ileinx, 539-40, 549-52
Platcn(-Hallermunde,  August  Graf

von), 122, 133, 272, 312, 317,

497* 5*9

Plato, 143, 152, 159, 312, 317, 446
Plievier, Theodor, 482-3
Poc, Edgar Allen, 71-2, 124
poetic realism, i, 81, 279
Polenz, Wilhelm von, 83$, 346
Poles, 69, 129, 312, 325
Polish colouring, 50, 324
Pongs, Hermann, 119, 192
Ponten, Josef, 357, 364, 378
Portuguese literature, 495-6, 499
Prague, 160, 164, 171, 452;  Jews,

"72*1', 45*

Preraclovic, Paula von, 548-9
Prc-Uaphaclites, 122, 170, 273
Prodigal Son theme, 178, 185, 270
Profossorenromari) 2, 3Hi
Protestant literature, 27$, 500$, 539
Proust, Marcel, 364, 450, 502, 504,

515

Prussian military caste, 63, 384, 406
Przybyszewski,  Stanislaus*   17,  61,

psycho-analysis, 6, 230^ 2$3 313, 441
Pubertatseratik) 30, 50, 55, 221, 277,

**3 39> 333 34$, 3f>5 377* S5
sec Lehrer~ und Scbiikrstfahe

puppet plays, 35, 224, aaB

puppets, see marionettes

Raabe,Wilhelm>289>292 320, 354*430
racial doctrine, 99, *45 *57> *55> *75*
35 354, 366~7 379> 443, 444"S
Racine, 253, 32$
Rabmner^ahtmg^ 329, 474

**pe 34 338* 5*Q

Rathenau, Walthcr, 428, 442-3, 489

&anscbktm$t> 94, 104, 130, 288* 307,

360
realism (on stagc)> ii, 45-6; consis-

tent  , 8, 16; magic  > 465;

poetic   i 8, 279; transparent

Reder, Ileinrich von, 105

regional  novel,  regionalism,  346^;

see l-UtHtithmst^ Hint" und Boden-

/iterator

Re&nier, Henri de, 133, 139
Kehfisch, Hans Jose, 411
Keinharclf,  Max,   it, 70,  220, 223,

257-8, 243, 270, 363, 387
Reinhart, Werner, 164
Rembrandt, 180, 227, 382, 444
Renaissance, 10, 62, 99, 177, 302, 306,

325;  dramas, 104, 215, 218,

?n$fhi 77, 103, 215, 306;

see 1 \itcnmrnsch
Rettcr aits </er I :erth\ dcrt 26-7
Renter, Ciahricle, 321, 323, 325, 335
revenue dramas, 214, 218, 237
Hichter, Huns Werner, 482-3

Jean Paul, 19, 290, 300, 505, 545
RiJke, Rainer Maria, 21, 130, 137-8,

140, 145, 148-9, 155, X59ff, 210,

217, 229, 250, 322, 333, 362, 402,

425,442,468,491,516,525,538,

540, 54*. 54<>

Rimbaud, Arthur, 124, 400, 420, 543
Rmgeinatx Joachim, 553
Kinscr, Luisc, 478
Kncoco, 225, 272, 349, 387
Rodin, Auguste, 191-2
Roman Catholicism, 70-1, 89* 90,

211, 223, 238, 240, 368, 527
Romeo and Julkt theme, 44, 297
Roscggt-r, Peter, 229, 348-9, 353>479
Rosen he rgt Alfred, 445
Rrwsetii, IX (t(, 114, 122, 218
Roth, Joseph, 3^3

i-^ugcn, 553
R6trgci% Karl, i$%
Rr>usscau, J j. 4, $66 386
RwJberwMMRg (flash -back), 338, 450
Rucderer, Jt>scf, 64, 74, 347
Ruhr, die, 33 5 , 354
Russia, i6t 182-3, 245, 274
Russian influence and colouring, 4,

159, *7j jr<f Dostoicflsky, Tol-

stoy

Sachs, Hans, 223, 246

sadism, 3 2, $4, 70, 215, 274, 307,

336-7
Satko, George^ 531-3

Salome, 48^ 70> 208, 220