The Whole Difference: Selected Writings of Hugo Von Hofmannsthal

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THE WHOLE
DIFFERENCE

SELECTED WRITINGS OF
HUGO VON HOFMANNSTHAL

EDITED BY J. D. MCCLATCHY

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS PRINCETON AND OXFORD

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Poems 21
  • Ghazal 23
  • An Experience 24
  • Stanzas in Terza Rima 26
  • The Both of Them 28
  • Ballad of the Outer Life 29
  • We Went along a Way… 30
  • Three Epigrams 32
  • In Memory of the Actor Mitterwurzer 33
  • Fiction 37
  • The Tale of Night Six Hundred and Seventy-Two 39
  • A Tale of the Cavalry 56
  • Essays 67
  • The Letter of Lord Chandos 69
  • Moments in Greece 80
  • A Memory of Beautiful Days 101
  • Shakespeare's Kings and Noblemen 109
  • Balzac 128
  • Sebastian Melmoth 143
  • From the Book of Friends 147
  • Libretti 151
  • The Cavalier of the Rose 153
  • Plays 199
  • The Difficult Man 201
  • The Tower a Tragedy in Five Acts 366
  • Notes 493
  • For Further Reading 501
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