Constable Correspondence, 1929-1954.

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Schnitzler, Arthur, 1862-1931. Constable Correspondence, 1929-1954.

Constable Correspondence, 1929-1954.

The correspondence is between Michael Sadleir of Constable & Co. and German writer Arthur Schnitzler and his agent Nicolas Thompson regarding several translations by Eric Sutton, "Casanova's Homecoming" and "Hazards of the Dawn." The collection contains manuscripts for these two novels as well as page proofs for "Fran Berta Garlan" and "Doctor Gräsler."

0.1 c.f. (6 archives folders).

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Sutton, Eric

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Constable (Firm)

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The publisher, Constable & Company has its origins with Scottish publisher, Archibald Constable at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Constable founded the EDINBURGH REVIEW and gained notice as the publisher of Sir Walter Scott. Severe financial problems in 1826 caused the bankruptcy of Constable's publishing house. The Constable & Co. associated with these records had its origins in 1890 when Archibald's grandson turned over his interests to a nephew, H. A...

Sadleir, Michael, 1888-1957

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English author and publisher. From the description of Letters to Seumas O'Sullivan, 1951. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122384047 Author, publisher, and bibliographer. From the description of Michael Sadleir papers, 1797-1958 [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 26660998 Sadleir was a British novelist, bibliographer, and book collector, best known for his collection of Victorian fiction. From the description of [Letters] / Michael Sadleir. [193...

Thompson, Nicolas.

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Schnitzler, Arthur, 1862-1931

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Olga Schnitzler (née Gussmann; 1882-1970) was Arthur's wife; they were married in 1903 and divorced in 1921. Arthur and Olga Schnitzler were good friends of Alma Mahler and Franz Werfel since at least 1921; Alma recounts numerous anecdotes about Schnitzler in her memoir Mein Leben. The Schnitzlers had two children, Lilli and Heinrich. Heinrich Schnitzler (1902-1982) was a director, dramatist, and teacher; he emigrated to the U.S. in 1938. After the Schnitzlers divorced, Alma remained close frie...