The Austrian mind: an intellectual and social history, 1848-1938

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University of California Press, 1972 - Social Science - 515 pages
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Johnston makes a concerted effort to leave absolutely no stone unturned. He begins with a brief adumbration of the history of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, emphasizing its frivolity, decadence, and ... Read full review

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Introduction
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PART ONE 1 From Baroque to Biedermeier
11
The Emperor and His Court
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