Table of contents for Weimar on the Pacific : German exile culture in Los Angeles and the crisis of modernism / Ehrhard Bahr.

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List of Illustrations	00
List of Abbreviations	00
Preface	00
Introduction	1
1. The Dialectic of Modernism	000
2. Art and Its Resistance to Society: Adorno's Aesthetic Theory	000
3. Bertolt Brecht's California Poetry: Mimesis or Modernism?	000
4. The Dialectic of Modern Science: Brecht's Galileo	000
5. Epic Theater versus Film Noir: Bertolt Brecht and Fritz Lang's Anti-Nazi Film Hangmen 
Also Die	000
6. California Modern as Immigrant Modernism: Architects Richard Neutra and Rudolph M. 
Schindler	000
7. Between Modernism and Antimodernism: Franz Werfel	000
8. Renegade Modernism: Alfred Døblin's Novel Karl and Rosa	000
9. The Political Battleground of Exile Modernism: The Council for a Democratic Germany
10. Evil Germany versus Good Germany: Thomas Mann's Doctor Faustus	000
11. A "True Modernist": Arnold Schoenberg	000
Conclusion: The Weimar Legacy of Los Angeles	000
Chronology	000
Appendices I/V
I. Addresses of Weimar Exiles and Exile Institutions in Los Angeles	000
II. Filmography: Hangmen Also Die	000
III. Text of the Kol Nidre	000
IV. Lord Byron's "Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte"	000
V. Text of Arnold Schoenberg's A Survivor of Warsaw	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Modernism (Aesthetics) -- California -- Los Angeles.
Germans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Intellectual life.
Jews, German -- California -- Los Angeles -- Intellectual life.
Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.