Table of contents for Karl Kraus, apocalyptic satirist, volume 2 : the German-Jewish dilemma between the World Wars / Edward Timms.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface
List of Abbreviations
PART ONE: APOCALYPSE POSTPONED
1: The Post-War German Mentality					page 1 
Innocent Victimizers and the Rise of the Swastika 
At War with Nature: The Buffalo and the Herd 
Creeping Fascism and the German Saviour
2: Austrian Identity Politics 							23
Divided Loyalties in German-Austria
The Antisemitic Consensus
Citizenship, Self-Hatred and Self-Esteem
Austrian Amnesia and the Executions at Kragujevac
3: International Law and the Clash of Civilizations 				50
Kant and the International Court of Justice
Bolshevism as a Moral Problem
Masaryk and Multicultural Democracy
French Rapprochement and Chinese Dream
4: Ink, Technology and Death 							77
Diplomats, Telegrams and Lies
Propaganda and Poison Gas 
The Phrases We're Ruled By 
Weapons of Mass Deception
Promotional Trips to Hell
PART TWO: CULTURE AND THE PRESS
5: From the Jungle of Press Freedom 					104	
The New Journalism
Snap-shot Photography and Antisemitic Caricature
Advertising Scams
The Misused Miracle
Power without Responsibility
6: The Cultural Field 							126
Red Vienna
Circles, Clubs and Coffeehouses
The Christian and Pan-German Camps
Public Morality and Erotic Revolution
Polarizing Tendencies and the Radicalism of the Centre
7: The Scene of Writing 							146
Between the Study and the Street	
Polyphonic Voices
Gutenberg and the Brungled Imboglio
8: The Chimera of Language 	 					163
Conceptual Muddles
Reanimated Metaphors
Linguistic Decay and Mongrel Language
Apocalyptic Tone and Mosaic Style
PART THREE: THE CREATIVE ORIGIN
9: Childhood, Myth and Memory					190 
The Battered Child 
Pedagogic Reform and Education for Humanity 
Rewriting the Freudian Script
Dream-Plays and Anal Psychologists 
Archetype and Experience
10: Images of Women and Shadows from the Past 			216
A Private Nemesis
Sexual Ambivalence 
Eros, Thanatos and the Poets
How Women Experience Men
Almost Too Much Love
11: The Faith of a Jewish Renegade					251
Forward Striding and Forsakenness 
Promised Lands and Chosen Places
Artistic and Divine Creation 
The Long Breath of Language
Origins and Angels
12: Expressionist Politics and Constructions of the 'Other'	273
Fellow-Travellers and the Syntax of Collective Experience
Goebbels and the Emotional Bonds of Community
Werfel as Inner Antagonist
Rilke and the 'mentalité juive'
Mirror Men
PART FOUR: DEFENDING THE REPUBLIC
13: Satire and Social Democracy 					297
Friedrich Austerlitz and the Capitalist Press
Otto Bauer and the Bourgeois World
Karl Seitz, Ghosts and Parasites
David Bach and the Socialist Cultural Ideal 
Marxism on Moral Foundations
14: The Twisted Cross 							321
Friedrich Funder and the Newspaper Christians
Ignaz Seipel and the Salvaging of Souls 
Richard Kralik and the Christian-Germanic Ideal
Hofmannsthal, Reinhardt and the Salzburg World Theatre
'Cloud Cuckoo Land'
15: The Contest for the Law 						346
The Rehabilitation of Justice
Oskar Samek and the Art of Correction
Wall of Judgment and Despairing Righteousness
In the Name of the Republic
Hangman's Justice
16: Sharks in the Danube 						363
Masters of Vienna
The Metaphysics of Sharks
Stigmatization
The Law of Inertia and the Hour of Judgment
The Redemption of the City
17: The Destruction of Justice 	 					391
Zigzag Tactics
The Burning of the Palace of Justice
Mediocrity Drunk with Power
The Wounded Republic
Beyond Morality
PART FIVE: THE POLITICS OF PERFORMANCE
18: Theatre against the Modern Age 					415
The Good School of the Burgtheater
Life Enhancement and Cultural Memory
Jargon Theatre and the Dilemma of Assimilation
Berlin Theatrical Affairs
The Scene as a Tribunal
19: Dramatic Poetry from Shakespeare to Brecht 			444
Visual Spectacle and Theatre of Poetry
The Unknown Goethe
Dialogues with Music
Epic Theatre, Masks and Songs
Re-creating Shakespeare
20: Heine, Nestroy and Satirical Verse 				469
Heine's Versified Journalism
Rhyme, Resistance and Rapport
Political Poetry and Acoustic Plausibility
Topical Strophes in the Spirit of Nestroy
The Educated Audience and the Wild Hunt
21: The Crisis of Musical Culture 					493
King Lehar and the City of Songs
Wagner and the Total Art Work 
Musical Ideas: From the Harmonielehre to Lulu 
22: Offenbach and the Aryans 						519
Double-Tonguing and Role Reversal
Operatic Politics: From Richard Strauss to Ernst Krenek
Male Voice Choirs and Barbaric Melodies
PART SIX: INTO THE THIRD REICH
23: Twilight of Democracy						542
A German-Austrian Communal Destiny?
The Enemy Within
The Heimwehr as Pacemakers of Fascism	
The Limits of Satire
Goodbye to Berlin
24: Dollfuss and the Defence of Austria 				564
Bad Timing
War on Two Fronts
Double Book-keeping
Austria as an Orderly State
Propaganda Trips to Prague
25: Third Walpurgis Night 						586
Language and Silence
Prolixity and Plot
Goethe and the Laws of Nature
Shakespeare and Secret Murder
Hitler's Lethal Synthesis 
Inferiority Complexes and Machismo
26: National Socialism and the Ethics of Language 		611
Modernity, Technology and Newspeak
Violence, Duplicity and Hit Tunes 
Goebbels the Spin Doctor
Heidegger's House of Being 
Diaries in the Night
Linguistic-Theological Observations
Writing and Erasure
Epilogue: Apocalypse and After					645 	
Karl Kraus in Dachau
The Post-War German Revival
Virtual Reality
Bibliographical Note
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kraus, Karl, 1874-1936 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Authors, Austrian -- 20th century -- Biography.
Vienna (Austria) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
Austria -- History -- 1918-1938.
Jews -- Austria -- Vienna -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Vienna (Austria) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.