Amoku

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Volumes

[1]. Translated by Hikaru Tsuji et al. Afterword Hikaru Tsuji. 397p. Photograph of Zweig. Tokyo: Misuzu Shobo, 1961 [Tsuvaiku zenshu, 1]

Contents

1.
Amoku [Der Amokläufer. F 1. Translated by Hikaru Tsuji]
2.
Reman kohan no higeki [Episode am Genfer See. F 8. Translated by Kusuo Seki]
3.
Michi no on’na no tegami [Brief einer Unbekannten. F 6. Translated by Keiichi Uchigaki]
4.
On’na no nijuyojikan [Vierundzwanzig Stunden aus dem Leben einer Frau. F 40. Translated by Hikaru Tsuji]
5.
Me ni mienai korekushon [Die unsichtbare sammlung. F 34. Translated by Hikaru Tsuji]
6.
Shochi Menderu [Buchmendel. F 7. Translated by Kusuo Seki]
7.
Ijo na ichiya [Phantastische Nacht. F 24. Translated by Kusuo Seki]
8.
Yakusha atogaki [Translator’s afterword] [Hikaru Tsuji. “Atogaki”, pp. 395-397]


[2]. Translated by Takeshi Watanabe et al. Afterword Hikaru Tsuji. Notes by the translators. 295/(2)p. Photograph of Zweig. Tokyo: Misuzu Shobo, 1973 [Tsuvaiku zenshi, 1]

Contents

1.
Hakubo no monogatari [Geschichte in der Dämmerung. F 11. Translated by Takeshi Watanabe]
2.
On’na kateikyoshi [Die Gouvernante. F 13. Translated by Kusuo Seki]
3.
Moeru himitsu [Brennendes Geheimnis. F 5. Translated by Takuichi Nomura]
4.
Aru natsu no dekigoto [Sommernovellette. F 30. Translated by Kusuo Seki]
5.
Amoku [Der Amokläufer. F 1. Translated by Hikaru Tsuji]
6.
On’na to fukei [Die Frau und die Landschaft. F 9. Translated by Tomoyoshi Takatsuji]
7.
Yakusha atogaki [Translator’s afterword]
8.
Kaisetsu [Translators’ notes] [Hikaru Tsuji. “Atogaki”, pp. 287-289. “Kaisetsu”, pp. 290-295]



Individual Stories

[Der Amokläufer. F 1] in

1.
ABA2 Amoku 1961 [1], pp. 3-90
2.
ABA2 Amoku 1973 [5], pp. 169-256
3.
FA2 Amoku 1961 [1], pp. 3-90
4.
Amoku 1973 [5], pp. 169-256
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