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1933 90 Jahrbuch des Deutschen Werkbundes. 1915 27, 28, 29 Udo Kultermann, Wassili und Hans Luckhardt. 1958 53, 54. 55 Erich Mendelsohn, Das Gesamtschaffen des Architekten. 1930 43 Berlin 1900-1933: Architecture and Design has been made ...

Author: Tilmann Buddensieg

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105033056479

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Author: Centre Georges Pompidou

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Author: Tilmann Buddensieg

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Author: Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou

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Author: Centre Georges Pompidou

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Berlin: Verlag der Nation 1985. Die Toten bleiben jung. Roman. B:A 1949. 2 ed. 1950. 3 ed. 1951. 4 ed. 1952. 5 ed.1953. 6 ed.1956. 7 ed.1959. 8 ed.1960. 10 ed.1967. 11 ed.1969. 14 ed.1974. Berlin: Suhrkamp 1949.

Author: Brian Keith-Smith

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105020112616

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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In Ten Volumes, with three supplementary volumes Anthology with biographical and bibliographical notes, and portraits where obtainable. Writers have been represented by works that either reveal their development in one genre, or by a cross-section of works from different genres, or by a group of works on one topic. Occasionally a much longer work is included to highlight neglected or unknown areas. Notes and biographies in English, original texts in German.

Around 1900, city planners and municipal administrators & mdash;despite the military's and the monarchy's limiting of their power & mdash;emphasized free markets, individualism, the rule of law, and trade.

Author: Parker Daly Everett

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Around 1900, city planners and municipal administrators—despite the military's and the monarchy's limiting of their power—emphasized free markets, individualism, the rule of law, and trade. By 1933, however, city planners and municipal administrators emphasized an integrative, corporate and productivist vision. By engaging extensive archival and published sources discussing city planning, municipal administration, architecture, political economy, and jurisprudence, my work argues that a transformation occurred in that discourse between 1900 and 1933, from a liberal to a "corporatist" framework, a shift that can be related to larger changes in the nature of capitalist modernity during this period. In developing this approach, my study seeks to recast the historiography of German and international urbanization, German liberalism and statism, and modernist architecture and city planning.

Métamorphose de l'Expressionisme', in Paris Berlin 19001933 (Paris: Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou, 1978). Boch, Hans-Michael (ed.), CineGraph (Munich: Edition Text+Kritik, 1984–). Budd, Mike (ed.) ...

Author: David Robinson

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781844577439

Category: Performing Arts

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With its jagged, stylised sets, menacing shadows and themes of murder, madness and delirium, Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (1920) remains the source and essence of German Expressionist cinema. Fusing carnival spectacle with the paranoia of the psychological thriller, it centres on the haunting, sexually ambivalent presence of Conrad Veidt as Cesare – the somnambulist exploited as an instrument by the sinister Dr. Caligari. David Robinson challenges long accepted versions of the history and reception of Caligari and redefines its relationship to the larger phenomenon of Expressionist art. His reassessment of the relative contributions of director, designers and writers becomes a fascinating detective story, as he investigates the status and significance of the single surviving copy of the original script, which came to light only in the late 1980s when almost all those involved in the production were dead. This second edition features a new introduction that considers the place of German Expressionist cinema within the European revival of Gothic at the turn of the twentieth century, and original cover artwork by Ben Goodman.
2013-10-25 By David Robinson