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Krüger-Fürhoff, Irmela Marei. "Bilder-Geschichten weiblicher Modernität: Arthur Schnitzlers Monolognovelle Fräulein Else (1924), gelesen mit Manuele Fiors Comic-Adaption (2009)." Journal of Austrian Studies 55.(2022): 129–53. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: de: Deutsch
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1353/oas.2022.0023
BibTeX citation key: KrugerFurhoff2022
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Keywords: "Fräulein Else", Adaptation, Fior. Manuele, Italy, Literature, Modernity, Schnitzler. Arthur
Creators: Krüger-Fürhoff
Collection: Journal of Austrian Studies
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Abstract
Manuele Fior’s 2009 graphic adaption Mademoiselle Else offers a media-specific interpretation of Arthur Schnitzler’s 1924 novella referencing both turn-of-the-century Viennese paintings and contemporary discourses on femininity, hysteria, and the naked (female) body. In analyzing Fior’s visual response to the novella’s interior monologue, Fior’s references to what around 1900 were highly controversial artistic and medical images, and the strategies that he employs to display regimes of looking, the article posits that the comic presents a story of a woman’s liberties and limits that points more to the early twentieth century than it deals with the nineteenth, hence presenting Schnitzler’s heroine as decisively modern.
  
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