6 edition of Anatol: a sequence of dialogues found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Arthur Schnitzler; paraphrased for the English stage by Granville Barker.|
|LC Classifications||PT2638.N5 Z32 1911a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. L., 3-125 p.|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||11017080|
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Not all of his works focus on women's problems or on specific social issues. But it was among the domestics that the spying roused the most disorder. A little jeweller, a trustworthy and intelligent man, had shown her a wonderfully pretty pearl and sapphire bracelet; it was worth a great deal, and was to be had for a mere nothing. He left Monsieur Sariette in the arms of Hippolyte and the housekeeper, who had both hastened to the spot on hearing the noise.
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"Anatol" A sequence of dialogues by Arthur Schnltiler;' paraphrased for the English stage by Gran-ville, Barker. Published by Mitchell Ken-nedy, New York. • Price $1. f-v.
This series of dialogues tells of the adventures, or rather the love-adven-\u25a0 tures, of a rich young bachelor of:] Vienna by.
name Anatol. The characters are Anatol.