Strauss: But, with Kafka, that is part of his whole narrative.
Strauss: Beyond even having appeal for outsiders, he was just the most talented and engaged writer of his generation, I think.
We even learn that Jack goes on to study philosophy at university, as Strauss also did.
Strauss is in the courtyard giving advice to a student who hurries off with his files when I arrive.
Strauss, Nolde, and Barlach would sign an August 1934 petition supporting Hitler as the next head of state.
At the head of each variation Strauss has marked on the score the chapter of "Don Quixote" that he is interpreting.
In his later phase Strauss appears as a psychologist and an esprit fin.
Strauss makes a division of myths into historical, philosophical, and poetical.
The music of Strauss plunges us at once into this whirl of intoxicating gaiety.
Neander did reply to it, and Strauss had the manliness to acknowledge that it had corrected many of his errors.