By Hubert Kennedy
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E 1999 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 According to KarlHeinz Steinle (1999), it appears that Jung was born in Laasphe (Westphalia) in 1907 and died in 1972, that after World War II he taught German at the University of Bristol; he may also have spent some time earlier in America. With his arrival in Zurich, Rudolf Jung no longer used the pseudonym R. 07:32-33), was mentioned by an American judge, who refused to let ONE Magazine be sent through the mail, since it contained an ad for Der Kreis.
32. Steward 1981, 109-110. 33. Andros 1993, x. 34. Steward 1981, 111-112. Steward’s memory appears to be somewhat faulty here. 03:29-36) with no indication of earlier publication, and was reprinted in the later collection Different Strokes, with an indication that it appeared in Der Kreis in 1960 and in eos in 1961 (Andros 1993, x). Steward typically ‘‘recycled’’ his stories, sometimes with revisions. 35. Steward 1981, 113. 01:29-36). It is apparently based on a real encounter Steward had with Lord Alfred Douglas (see Steward 1981, 48-51).
It is a three-act play, whose title page gives his name as James (Barr) Fugaté. 10:06-13). 12 On the eve of the production Barr wrote an article for Der Kreis in which he stated what he had tried to do in the play: I wanted to make it as American as a banjo. I wanted it to cover a lot of territory, to bristle with ideas and people, and to be both complex and simple. I wanted a kind of epic poem without the stagnating forms of poetry and I wanted a pattern that actors could bring to life on a stage, a pattern of words that would flow as smoothly as a ballet.