Arnold Zweig correspondence and writings, 1937-1956.

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Zweig, Arnold, 1887-1968. Arnold Zweig correspondence and writings, 1937-1956.

Arnold Zweig correspondence and writings, 1937-1956.

TLS (1956 June 6) from Zweig to Walter Zadek, ALS (1938 May 6) from Zweig to M. Eitingon, and writings by Zweig on Sigmund Freud, Solomon, and Benedictus de Spinoza.

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