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English

[1].
"The Austrian Catastrophe. Political Reflections in the Unpublished Correspondence of Stefan Zweig and Arnold Zweig" in The Austrian Exodus. The Creative Achievement of Refugees from National Socialism. Austrian Studies VI. Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1995, pp. 3-21. Contains quotations from the letters of Arnold and Stefan Zweig. This is an expanded version of a paper entitled "Private Reflections in the Year 1938. The Unpublished Correspondence between Arnold Zweig and Stefan Zweig" delivered at the December 1992 meeting of the Modern Language Association in New York City
[2].
“Carl Zuckmayer and Ben Huebsch: Unpublished Letters about Stefan Zweig’s Suicide” in Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [Heidelberg], Neue Folge. 38:1/2 [1988], pp. 196-199
[3].
The Correspondence of Stefan Zweig with Raoul Auernheimer and with Richard Beer-Hofmann [1983]. The correspondence of Stefan Zweig with Richard Beer-Hofmann was edited with annotations by Jeffrey B. Berlin. Correspondence, pp. (165)-205. Annotations, pp. 206-233
[4].
"Exile Experiences in Great Britain: The Unpublished Correspondence between Stefan Zweig and Sir Siegmund Warburg" in Keine Klage über England? Deutsche und österreichische Exilerfahrungen in Großbritannien 1933-1945. Edited by Charmian Brinson et al. München: Iudicium Verlag, 1998, pp. 286-301 [Publications of the Institute of Germanic Studies, University of London, Vol. 72]. Further Stefan Zweig references in this volume on pp. 89, 186, 229, 268, 276, 278, 284
[5].
“The Foreigner - German Refugees in Great Britain in the 1930s, with unpublished Stefan Zweig letters” in Ranam. Recherches anglaises et nord-américaines [European Society for the Study of English . 3 - Cultural Studies. Conference No. 36]. Edited by Albert Hamm. Strasbourg: Université Marc Bloch, 2003, pp. 9-12. English and French abstract, p. 169
[6].
“Huebsch, Ben W., Stefan Zweig, Lion Feuchtwanger, Franz Werfel, and the Viking Press Imprint” in Germany and the Americas. Culture, Politics, and History. A Multidisciplinary Encyclopedia. 3 vols. Edited by Thomas Adam. Santa Barbara/Denver/ Oxford: ABC CLIO, Inc., 2005, Vol. 2, pp. 518-529. Contains an undated photograph of Stefan Zweig and Ben Huebsch
[7].
"Introduction" in The Royal Game and Other Stories [2000], No. 2, pp. v-xii
[8].
"March 14, 1938: 'Es gibt kein Österreich mehr'. Some Unpublished Correspondence between Franz Werfel, Alma Mahler-Werfl and Ben Huebsch" in Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte [Stuttgart], 62:4 [December 1988], pp. 741-763. Contains scattered references to Stefan Zweig
[9].
“‘[. . .] permit me to say that you are an ideal publisher’. Ben W. Huebsch of the Viking Press (New York) - Unpublished Correspondence with European Authors in Exile, with special attention to Feuchtwanger” in Refuge and Reality - Feuchtwanger and the European Émigrés in California. Proceedings of the 1. Internationale Feuchtwanger-Tagung 2003. Edited by Pól O’ Dochartaigh and Alexander Stephan. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi B. V., 2005, pp. (109)-129
[11].
"Response and Impression: Encountering Concepts of Judaism and Zionism in the Unpublished Correspondence between Martin Buber and Stefan Zweig (1901-1931)" in Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [Heidelberg], Neue Folge, 50:3 [2000], pp. 333-360
[12].
"Stefan Zweig. An Unpublished Letter about Guy de Maupassant" [to Artine Artinian, 27 September 1938] in Études Germaniques [Paris], 42:1 [January/March 1987], pp. (66)-69
[13].
"Stefan Zweig and his American Publisher. Notes on an Unpublished Correspondence, with Reference to Schachnovelle and Die Welt von Gestern" in Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte [Halle an der Saale/Stuttgart], 56:2 [June 1982], pp. (259)-276. Contains excerpts from the correspondence between Stefan Zweig and Benjamin W. Huebsch between 18 September 1940 and 21 February 1942. Page 275 contains a photographic reprint of Zweig's letter of 21 February 1942 which was forwarded to Benjamin Huebsch with a typescript copy of Schachnovelle
[14].
"Stefan Zweig [and Modern Intellectual History]" in Compendium of Twentieth Century World Novels and Novelists. Edited by Michael Sollars and Arbolina Jennings. New York: Facts-On-File Publishers, Inc., 2006, pp. 896-899
[15].
"Stefan Zweig-Joseph Gregor: Correspondence" in Seminar. A Journal of Germanic Studies [Toronto, Canada], 29:2 [1993], pp. 204-206
[16].
“Stefan Zweig: Leben und Werk im Bild” in Monatshefte für deutschen Unterricht, deutsche Sprache und Literatur [Madison, WI], 76:4 [Winter 1984], pp. 476-477. Review of: Stefan Zweig: Leben und Werk im Bild [1981]
[17].
“Stefan Zweig. The World of Yesterday’s Humanist Today” in The German Quarterly [Cherry Hill, N. J.], 58:2 [Spring 1985], pp. 297-298. Review: Stefan Zweig. The World of Yesterday’s Humanist Today. Proceedings of the Stefan Zweig Symposium, 30 March - 2 April 1981, State University College at Fredonia, New York. Edited by Marion Sonnenfeld. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1983
[18].
"Stefan Zweig's Exile in Great Britain, with unpublished Letters from 1933 and 1934" in 'England? Aber wo liegt es?' Deutsche und österreichische Emigration in Großbritannien 1933-1945. Edited by Charmian Brinson et al. München: Iudicium Verlag, 1996, pp. 141-155 [Publications of the Institute of Germanic Studies, University of London, Vol. 64). Contains quotations from Zweig letter in English translation: [1]. Zweig to Ben Huebsch, 8 letters, 3 Mar. 1933-Jan. 1934. [2]. Ben Huebsch to Zweig, 1 letter, 1934. [3]. Zweig to Romain Rolland, 8 letters, 1932-June 1934. [4]. Zweig to Hans Carossa, Mar. 1934. [5]. Zweig to Joseph Roth, May 1934. [6]. Zweig to Franz Theodor Csokor, 1934. This essay was originally a paper entitled "Stefan Zweig's Exile in Great Britain as Expressed in Unpublished Letters" delivered on 1 October 1993 at "`Von Hitler vertrieben'. German and Austrian Exiles in Great Britain 1933-1945". A Symposium at the Institute of Germanic Studies, London, 29 September -1 October 1993. Organized by the London Research Group for German Exiles Studies in association with the Goethe Institute, the Institute of Germanic Studies and the Leo Baeck Institute. Further Zweig references in this volume, pp. 50, 159, 207, 236
[19].
"Stefan Zweig's Unpublished Letters of 1938 to Ben Huebsch" in Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte [Halle an der Saale/Stuttgart], 61:2 [June 1987], pp. (325)-358. Stefan Zweig to Ben Huebsch, 28 letters and postcards, 11 January - 23 December 1938. These pages also contain 3 letters of Stefan Zweig to Trevor Blewitt [6 December, 7 December, and 8 December 1938] as well as excerpts from other letters to or by Stefan Zweig, e.g. Ben Heubsch to Stefan Zweig, Stefan Zweig to Gisella Selden-Goth etc.
[20].
"The Struggle for Survival - From Hitler's Appointment to the Nazi Book-Burnings: Some Unpublished Stefan Zweig Letters, with an Unpublished Manifesto" in Turn-of-the-Century Vienna and its Legacy [Essays in Honor of Donald G. Daviau] [1993], No. 25, pp. (361)-387. Contains quotations from Stefan Zweig letters to Ben Huebsch in English translation. An English translation of Stefan Zweig's "Einige Grundlagen zu einem kollektiv auszuarbeitenden Manifest" ["Some Basic Points for a manifestation to be worked out collectively"], pp. 373-375
[21].
"The Unpublished Correspondence between Albert Einstein and Stefan Zweig (with an unpublished Zweig Manifesto of 1933 and letters to Max Brod, Ben Huebsch, and Felix Salten)" in Brücken über dem Abgrund / Bridging the Abyss [1994], pp. (337)-363
[22].
"'We want neither victory nor defeat for anyone ... we are enemies of victory and friends of renunciation ...' Notes on an Unpublished 1918 Stefan Zweig Letter to Hermann Hesse" [Ca. 25 May 1918] in Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [Heidelberg], Neue Folge. 41:2 [1991], pp. 231-235
[23].
"'Wie unwichtig sind ja überhaupt jetzt alle unsere Bücher und das, was wir machen!' The Unpublished Correspondence between Stefan Zweig and Felix Braun during the Anschluß year 1938" in Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [Heidelberg], Neue Folge. 41:3 [1991], pp. 322-348
[24].
"The Writer's Political Obligations in Exile: The Case of Stefan Zweig" in Stefan Zweig and World Literature [2014], No. 15, pp. (224)-255


German

[1].
“Briefe aus Brasilien: Stefan Zweigs Schachnovelle” in Die letzte Partie. Stefan Zweigs Leben und Werk in Brasilien (1932-1942) [1999], No. 22, pp. (245)-264
[2].
“‘. . . habe eine kleine Schachnovelle entworfen'. Stefan Zweigs Briefe und die Entstehung seines letzten Werkes” in 65 Jahre Schachnovelle [2007], No. 6, pp. 40-56
[3].
“Hugo von Hofmannsthal - Stefan Zweig: Briefe (1907-1928). Mitgeteilt und kommentiert von Jeffrey B. Berlin und Hans Ulrich Lindken” in Hofmannsthal Blätter [Frankfurt am Main], 26 [1982], pp. 86-116. Hofmannsthal to Zweig, 33 letters and letter-cards and 5 postcards, 1907 - 14 September 1928. Zweig to Hofmannsthal, 6 letters, 24 June 1907 - 6 January 1921. Christiane von Hofmannsthal to Zweig, 1 letter, 19 December 1921
[4].
“Lebendige Dichtung - Stefan Zweigs Schachnovelle - Betrachtungen zur Entstehungsgeschichte und zum Leseerlebnis unter Berücksichtigung unveröffentlichter Korrespondenzen” in Festschrift für Egbert Meissenburg. Schachforschungen. Edited by Siegfried Schönle. 875p. Illustrated. Vindobona [Wien]: Refordis Verlag, 2008, pp. 42-127 [Rochadica Festschrften, 1. Unikatedition 1. Unikat, 14]. 2nd edition, 2009
[5].
“‘Die letzte Partie’ in Leben und Werk von Stefan Zweig. Gespräch mit Jeffrey Berlin” in Zwischenwelt. Zeitschrift für Kultur des Exils und des Widerstands [Wien], 19:3 [December 2002], pp. 27-28. The interview was conducted by Hans Jörgen Gerlach
[6].
“Nachbemerkung [der Herausgeber]” in Briefe 1897-1914 [1995], No. 4 pp. 299-(306). See also: [1]. Vorbemerkung, No. 1, pp. 7-8. [2]. Zur Edition, No. 2, pp. 9-10. [3]. Anmerkungen, No. 6, pp. 309-546
[7].
“Nachbemerkung [der Herausgeber]” in Briefe 1914-1919 [1998], No. 4, pp. 311-(329). See also: [1]. Vorbemerkung, No. 1, pp. 7-8. [2]. Zur Edition, No. 2, pp. 9-(10). Anmerkungen, No. 6, pp. 333-622
[8].
"Nachbemerkung [der Herausgeber]" in Briefe 1920-1931 [2000], No. 4, pp. 315-(325). See also: [1]. Vorbemerkung, No. 1, pp. 7-8. [2]. Zur Edition, No. 2, pp. 9-10. [3]. Anmerkungen, No. 6, pp. 329-(645)
[9].
"Nachbemerkung [der Herausgeber]" in Briefe 1932-1942 [2005], No. 4, pp. 347-359. See also: [1]. Vorbemerkung, No. 1, pp. 7-9. [2]. Zur Edition, No. 2, pp. 11-13. [3]. Anmerkungen, No. 6, pp. 363-(762)
[10].
“Stefan Zweigs Schachnovelle” in KARL. Das kulturelle Schachmagazin [Schöneck], 27:1 [January-March 2010], pp. 18-25. Illustrated
[11].
“Stefan Zweig” [By Jeffery B. Berlin and Gabriella Rovagnati] in Deutsche Biographische Enzyklopädie. Edited by Walther Killy and Rudolf Vierhaus with the assistance of Dietrich von Engelhardt et al. 13 vols. München: K. G. Saur Verlag, 1999-2003, Vol. 10 [1999], pp. 705-706
[12].
Stefan Zweig - Friderike Zweig. "Wenn einen Augenblick die Wolken weichen". Briefwechsel 1912-1942 [2006]. Copious annotations by Jeffrey B. Berlin and Gert Kirschbaumer
[13].
“Unveröffentlichte Briefe über Stefan Zweigs USA-Reise im Jahre 1935 und sein Projekt einer jüdischen Zeitschrift” in Stefan Zweig lebt. Akten des 2. Internationalen Stefan Zweig Kongresses in Salzburg 1998 [1999], No. 7, pp. 59-82
[14].
“Vorwort [der Herausgeber]” in Briefwechsel mit Hermann Bahr, Sigmund Freud, Rainer Maria Rilke und Arthur Schnitzler [1987] No. 1, pp. 7-(11). See also: [1]. Zur Edition, No. 2, pp. 11-(15). [2]. Anmerkungen, No. 3 [9], pp. 121-159. [3]. Anmerkungen, No. 6 [4], pp. 452-(493)
[15].
“Zu den unveröffentlichten ‘Gesprächen’ Stefan Zweigs mit Ben Huebsch im Entscheidungsjahr 1933" in Stefan Zweig. Exil und Suche nach dem Weltfrieden [1995], No. 22, pp. 279-294
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