Papers, 1901-1942.

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Zweig, Stefan, 1881-1942. Papers, 1901-1942.

Papers, 1901-1942.

Correspondence (mostly in German) of Austrian writer is divided into two groups. The first is correspondence with his first wife, Friderike. Second part contains c.6000 letters with over 300 correspondents. Major writers are Felix Braun, Erich Ebermayer, Joseph Gregor, Emil Lucka, Richard Strauss, and Ernst Weiss. Other famous correspondents include Albert Schweitzer, H.G. Wells, Virginia Woolf, Martin Buber, James Joyce, and Rainer Maria Rilke. Also includes copies of letters from Zweig to friends in publishing business, 1906-40 (originals in Weiner Stadtbibliothek).

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Gregor, Joseph, 1888-1960

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Braun, Felix, 1885-1973

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Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949

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Rilke, Rainer Maria, 1875-1926

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Weiss, Ernst, 1882-1940.

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Zweig, Stefan, 1881-1942

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Schweitzer, Albert

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Zweig, Friderike Maria Burger Winternitz, 1882-1971

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A native of Vienna, Friderike Zweig (née Burger) was Stefan Zweig's first wife (it was her second marriage); they married in 1920 and divorced in 1938. Friderike emigrated to France in 1938 and to the U.S. in 1940, where she settled at first in New York and later in Stamford, Conn. Dr. Alichanian apparently held a position within an Armenian organization and provided Zweig with other contacts within the Armenian community. From the description of Correspondence with Alma Mahler and ...

Lucka, Emil, 1877-1941

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Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941

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Buber, Martin, 1878-1965

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Buber was a German-Jewish religious philosopher, biblical translator and interpreter, and master of German prose style. Miriam and Naëmah Beer-Hofmann were daughters of the Austrian dramatist and poet Richard Beer-Hofmann and Pauline Lissey. From the description of Letters to Miriam and Naëmah Beer-Hofmann, 1961-1965. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 78544052 Buber was a Jewish philosopher, who taught in Frankfurt, 1924-1933, and Jerusalem, 1938-1951. ...

Ebermayer, Erich, 1900-1970

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