'Follow the scent: one will seldom err': The Stench of Failed Nietzschean Practice in André Gide's The Immoralist (1902) and Thomas Mann's Death in Venice (1912)

Krause, Frank. 2021. 'Follow the scent: one will seldom err': The Stench of Failed Nietzschean Practice in André Gide's The Immoralist (1902) and Thomas Mann's Death in Venice (1912). In: Katharina Herold and Frank Krause, eds. Smell and Social Life. Aspects of French, English and German Literature (1880-1939). XVII Munich: iudicium, pp. 67-84. ISBN 9780854572809 [Book Section]

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Book Section

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21 January 2021Accepted
November 2021Published

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24 Nov 2021 15:55

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