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Austria Medieval Arts

Austria Medieval Arts

The territory of the current Austria, corresponding in Roman times to the regions of Noricum, part of Rezia and Pannonia, was occupied by Germanic and Slavic populations between the end of the 5th and the 6th century. The progress of the Bavarian colonization in the course of the century. 8 ° and the slow movement of the frontier towards the E can also be seen in the foundation, by Duke Tassilone III, of various monasteries, the first of which was…

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Austria Literature from 1945 to 1990

Austria Literature from 1945 to 1990

Coming to terms with participation in or guilt of National Socialism, be it individually or collectively, was initially the exception in Austrian literature immediately after the end of the war, and the war was not a literary subject either. A number of authors kept their domicile abroad, such as Bruckner, J. Améry, the controversial lyricist of the 1968 revolt, E. Fried, and F. Hochwälder, whose plays deal with the immediate past using historical material as an example, and who has…

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