Ludwig Marcuse


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Marcuse [pseud. Raabe], Ludwig [Heinz]

sex: m; b. Feb 8, 1894 in Berlin, German Empire [Germany] – d. Aug 2, 1971 in Munich, Federal Republic of Germany [Germany]; country/nation/culture: German, US-American; field of study: history of literature, history of philosophy; ref.: NDBcontrib.: N. N.

[edit] Main Works

  • Georg Büchner, 1921
  • Gerhard Hauptmann und sein Werk (ed.), 1922
  • Strindberg. Das Leben der tragischen Seele, 1924
  • Heinrich Heine, 1932 (Heinrich Heine, 1934)
  • Ignatius von Loyola, 1935 (Ignatius, Saint of Loyola, 1939)
  • Plato and Dionys, 1947 [Ames, Joel]
  • Philosophie des Glücks. Von Hiob bis Freud, 1949
  • Sigmund Freud. Sein Bild vom Menschen, 1956

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