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3 Schweninger to Harden, Apri14, 1895, Ibid. " Schweninger to Harden, March 6, 1893, Ibid. , New York, 1898), II, 570. 1 I 44 BISMARCK AND THE FOUNDING OF THE 'ZUKUNFT' Harden and Bismarck were at odds on the Socialist question, found Bismarck reading the Zukurift. He was told that the last two issues had contained interesting articles, but that the present issue offered nothing at all by Harden. Bismarck then threw the issue on the floor. 1 In a letter to Harden in 1903, the Viennese critic Karl Kraus states that during a recent visit in Germany he had made the acquaintance of Frau von Kusserow, who maintained that Bismarck had said to her: "It's too bad that I hadn't become acquainted with Harden earlier.

A. ), p. 52. Freud sent a copy of the original edition, with the passage underlined, to Harden. 30 LITERATURE AND THE THEATER and confused images. "l Harden rarely altered his style to achieve verisimilitude. Whether he was presenting the fictional conversation of a machinist or a king, the language was Harden's. He had a strong feeling for propriety in the dialogues of others, but showed a strange lack of it in his own. One could choose dozens of examples from his essays of thoughts that could not have been thought, cries of anger that could not have been cried, or answers that could not have been shouted into the depths.

They could talk and talk and go vigorously about their work of reconciliation. Nothing was attained by it all, but they discovered a new conception: the moral success. "l Many years later Harden wrote that it was this Reklarne, this window-dressing, that inspired him to venture into political criticism. Perhaps in May, 1919, when he made this assertion, some seven months after Germany's capitulation and the flight of the Kaiser, he wished to indicate that his career as a political journalist had begun at Wilhelm's accession and that he at that time foresaw the reign of folly that was eventually to lead to the destruction of the empire Bismarck had fashioned.

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