- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Note on Place Names and Orthography
- Introduction Viennese Critics and the “Habsburg Dilemma”
- Chapter One Hanslick’s <i>Deutschtum</i>
- Chapter Two Becoming a German
- Chapter Three Liberal Essentialism and Goldmark’s Early Reception
- Chapter Four Rethinking the “Billroth Affair”
- Chapter Five Language Ordinances, <i>Nationalbesitzstand</i>, and Dvořák’s Reception in the Taaffe Era
- Chapter Six Liberal Accreditation and Antisemitic Attack
- Chapter Seven “Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows”; or, Smetana’s Reception in the 1890s
- Chapter Eight Goldmark’s <i>Deutschtum</i> Revisited
- Defining Deutschtum
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