Reigen (German)

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Spät Abends. An der Augartenbrücke.
Soldat (kommt pfeifend, will nach Hause).
Komm, mein schöner Engel.
Soldat (wendet sich um und geht wieder weiter).
Willst du nicht mit mir kommen?
Ah, ich bin der schöne Engel?
Freilich, wer denn? Geh', komm' zu mir. Ich wohn' gleich in der Näh'.
Ich hab' keine Zeit. Ich muß in die Kasern'!
In die Kasern' kommst immer noch zurecht. Bei mir is besser.
Soldat (ihr nahe).
Das ist schon möglich.
Pst. Jeden Moment kann ein Wachmann kommen.
Lächerlich! Wachmann! Ich hab' auch mein Seiteng'wehr!
Geh', komm' mit.
Laß mich in Ruh'. Geld hab' ich eh kein's.
Ich brauch' kein Geld.
Soldat (bleibt stehen. Sie sind bei einer Laterne).
Du brauchst kein Geld? Wer bist denn du nachher?
Zahlen tun mir die Zivilisten. So einer wie du, kann's immer umsonst bei mir haben.
Du bist am End' die, von der mir der Huber erzählt hat. -
Ich kenn' kein' Huber nicht.
Du wirst schon die sein. Weißt - in dem Kaffeehaus in der Schiffgassen - von dort ist er mit dir z' Haus gangen.
Von dem Kaffeehaus bin ich schon mit gar vielen z' Haus gangen ... oh! oh! -
Also geh'n wir, geh'n wir.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781499158830
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/16/2014
  • Language: German
  • Pages: 72
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.15 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2010

    Sexuality in Turn of the Century Vienna

    This play is fascinatingly constructed with subtle, nuanced language and gesture. Very revealing of the sexual mores and double standards of turn of the century Vienna, Schnitzler offers a probing and in depth snapshot of the power of the sexual act as a means to reconfigure gender, stay the passage of time, and resist the dissolution of a once powerful culture. By using stock characters Schnitzler is able to examine society from an economic standpoint as well. The notion that sexual values was somehow connected with one's economic standing is undercut through this play. Schnitzler trenchantly observes the sexual and social values of this time period.

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