Acknowledgements Although the title page bears the names of two editors, by far the bulk of the work has been done by Lorenzo Bellettini. He, in particular, would like to thank the many scholars and experts with whom, at conferences and semi- nars, he has talked through some of the issues that are discussed in the present volume, including the deciphering of Schnitzler’s, and his contemporaries’, often dif ficult handwriting: Peter Michael Braunwarth (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften), Robert Vilain (Royal Holloway, London, and Christ Church, Oxford), Andrew Webber (Churchill College, Cambridge), Roger Paulin (Trinity College, Cambridge), Konstanze Fliedl (University of Vienna), Wolfgang Lukas (University of Wuppertal), Achim Aurnhammer (University of Freiburg), Luigi Reitani (University of Udine) and Giuseppe Farese (University of Bari). Thanks are also due to Damian Valdez (Trinity College, Cambridge), Paul Beecher (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge), Dina Gusejnova (University of Chicago), Enzo Weninger (Vienna), and Gar Yates, General Editor of the Series in which this volume appears, for their valuable comments on the manuscript. The international conference on which much of the content of this volume is based was also organised by Lorenzo Bellettini and supported by grants from the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, the Tiarks Fund (German Department, Cambridge University), Corpus Christi College and Trinity College, Cambridge, the Austrian Cultural Forum in London and the Ingeborg Bachmann Centre (Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London). We would like to express our gratitude to the Syndics of Cambridge University Library...
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