Witness Gustl’s angst, existential conflict and obsessions from Arthur Schnitzlers internal monologue “Lieutenant Gustl” – a classic of Austrian literature from. Lieutenant Gustl has ratings and 59 reviews. Lisa said: It was an act of bravery to write a short story on the cowardice of an Austrian lieutenant. LIEUTENANT GUSTL. By Arthur Schnitzler. Translated from the German by Richard L. Simon. 49 pages. Los Angelus: Sun and Moon Press,
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Only quarter to ten?
It can’t be done. And his poor wife.
They’re all so afraid of my eyes. I won’t allow it to. Should be an SMS by the sound of it.
And in a couple of years I could come back. It’s been raining a great deal the last few days, but the trees are still almost entirely bare. Perhaps I was momentarily demented, and it’s all not true. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. For links to more about the period of turn of the century Vienna see: The thought process seemed so different from a modern one.
Now to the wardrobe.
Well, now the colonel will ride after them in two hours in his grand manner. He does not want to be found out.
There go two artillerymen. Didn’t have much chance to read these last few months. Probably a couple of officers in my company are there now. Unfit for battle- yes, that’s what I’ll make him!
Two copies of the BILD newspaper.
No one paid any attention to me. God bless you, Mama. I know it now, it’s a fustl story. Even Gustl doesn’t really believe that.
If Lietuenant were to ask the colonel or Kopetzky, or Blany, or Friedmair: She’ll be angry that I didn’t write to tell her. But if an officer is insulted even in secret, he’s as good as dead. Day before yesterday I made up my mind to speak to her the next time I met her. Nobody knows about it, and nothing’s happened! Liieutenant is no child’s play. Having a stroke doesn’t mean that he’s dead. It was stated as one of the liehtenant I had to read before I die, and I was slightly dubious, but ended up enjoying it.
He’ll have to wait on other people today. For free, delivered to every household. It’s amazing, half of them are Jews. I think it would be a comfort to Mother if she knew!
It would be a good idea to say to her: I’ll have to tip him. I think I must have lost my senses. Oh, he’s also brought some rolls. With das virtuelle theater you can offer your pupils, apprentices and students a unique access to world literature, Austrian culture, history and identity.