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Stoessl, Otto


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Otto Stoessl, photo around 1925




Stoessl, Otto, b. Vienna, May 2, 1875, d. Vienna, d. Sept. 15, 1936, writer, theatre and literary critic, civil servant, from 1923 lived in retirement and worked as independent writer. Initially wrote theatre plays influenced by naturalism together with Robert Scheu ("Waare", 1897; "Tote Götter", 1898); 1906-1911 wrote articles for the literary and political review "Fackel, Die", subsequently dedicated most of his time to novel writing. In his extensive dynastic novel "Das Haus Erath" (1920) he describes the decline of the bourgeoisie in old Austria.


Further works: poems, novels, stories, essays.

Literature: C. Fritsch; Der Kritiker O. S., doctoral thesis, Vienna 1985.


References to other albums:
Stamp Album: 50. Todestag von Otto Stoessl

 
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