Cocaine in the Lives and Works of Three Expressionist Poets
Summary of Findings 315
315 Summary of Findings Benn, Rheiner and Trakl can be linked not only by their more or less deliberate affinities with Expressionism and their use of cocaine during the First World War, but also by their innovative handling of themes and motifs t...
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