This fascinating study analyzes the fiction (including the didactic political Marchen) of Kurt Eisner, who is best known as a revolutionary politician of the Wilhelminian and Weimar periods. Eisner's literary work has been little studied, even in the German Democratic Republic, where he was revered as a political martyr. This is the first major study of this neglected aspect of Eisner's production.
The Art of Revolution
- Boydell & Brewer Ltd