The Doc­tor Faus­tus Dossier

The New York Review of Books - - Contents -

Arnold Schoen­berg, Thomas Mann, and Their Con­tem­po­raries, 1930–1951

Edited by E. Ran­dol Schoen­berg

“The sto­ried tri­an­gu­la­tion of Schoen­berg, Mann, and Adorno in all its con­tentious glory, pre­sented in the most com­pre­hen­sive as­sem­blage of pri­mary doc­u­ments ever gath­ered in English trans­la­tion. Adrian Daub’s in­tro­duc­tion on Cal­i­for­nia as the in­cu­ba­tor for this con­tro­versy is es­sen­tial read­ing.”—Joy H. Cal­ico, au­thor of Arnold Schoen­berg’s “A Sur­vivor from War­saw” in Post­war Europe

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