Joseph Roth - Stefan Zweig. Briefwechsel 1927-1938

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[2011]: Wallstein Verlag, Göttingen

"Jede Freundschaft mit mir ist verderblich". Joseph Roth - Stefan Zweig. Briefwechsel 1927-1938. Edited by Madeleine Rietra and Rainer-Joachim Siegel. Afterword by Heinz Lunzer. 624p. 4 photographs

Contents:

[1].
Die Briefe, pp. 7-(376)
[2].
Herausgeberbericht, pp. 377-380
[3].
Verzeichnis der Siglen, Quellen und Literatur, pp. 381-388
[4].
Kommentar, pp. 389-539
[5].
Anhang: Aussagen zu Joseph Roth in Stefan Zweigs Korrespondenz mit Dritten und weiteren Schriften Zweigs in Auswahl, pp. 540-572
[6].
Nachwort [Heinz Lunzer], pp. 573-610
[7].
Dank, p. 611
[8].
Register, pp. 612-624


Correspondence:


1927, p. 7. Commentaries, p. 389

[9].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter, 8 September


1928, pp. 7-12. Commentaries, pp. 390-391

[10].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 4 letters, 24 January, 1 June, 10 July, and 26 November


1929, pp. 13-29. Commentaries, pp. 392-398

[11].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 10 letters and 2 telegrams, 15 January-13 December
[12].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 2 letters, 17 January and 5 September


1930, pp. 29-59. Commentaries, pp. 398-409

[13].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 19 letters and 3 telegrams, 10 February-27 December
[14].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 telegram, 4 December


1931, pp. 60-76. Commentaries, pp. 410-416

[15].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 18 letters and 1 telegram, (prior to 24 March)-25 October


1932, pp. 77-90. Commentaries, pp. 417-420

[16].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 10 letters and 1 postal card, 30 April-15 December. The letter of 30 April contains greetings from Joseph Roth, Otto Zarek, Hermann Kesten, and Paul Frischauer. The postal card of 28 November contains greetings from Joseph Roth and Hanns Arens


1933, pp. 90-143. Commentaries, pp. 421-446

[17].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 34 letters and 1 postal card, 12 January-27 December
[18].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 20 September
[19].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 1 letter and 2 postal cards, 3 November, (between 8 and 13 November), and 13 November


1934, pp. 143-221. Commentaries, pp. 446-474

[20].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 27 letters, 1 postal card and 1 telegram, 14 January-31 October
[21].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 12 letters and 2 post cards, 27 March-9 October
[22].
Friderike Zweig to Joseph Roth, 1 letter, 28 March


1935, pp. 221-274. Commentaries, pp. 475-493

[23].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 24 letters, 1 January-6 December
[24].
Joseph Roth to Charlotte Altmann, 1 letter, 27 February
[25].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 3 letters and 1 postal card, 11 February, 16 February, (prior to 15 March), and 29 March
[26].
Friderike Zweig to Joseph Roth, 1 letter and 1 postal card, 12 January and 7 February


1936, pp. 275-331. Commentaries, pp. 494-518

[27].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 26 letters, 8 January-1 November
[28].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 24 June
[29].
Joseph Roth to Charlotte Altmann, 2 letters, 8 August and 13 August
[30].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 15 letters and 1 postal card, 21 January-4 July


1937, pp. 332-367. Commentaries, pp. 519-533

[31].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 16 letters and 6 postal cards, 7 May-31 December
[32].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 9 March
[33].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 4 letters, 25 September, 10 October, 17 October, and 26 November


1938, pp. 368-(376). Commentaries, p. 534-539

[34].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 7 letters, 10 January-10 October
[35].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 3 letters, (beginning of January), (prior to 10 January), and 17 December


Photographs:

[36].
Page (213): Joseph Roth in Nizza (Nice), 1934
[37].
Page (279): Stefan Zweig in Estoril, February 1938
[38].
Pages (335)-(336): Joseph Roth's handwritten letter to Stefan Zweig, 10 July 1937
[39].
Pages (375)-(376): Stefan Zweig's handwritten letter to Joseph Roth, 17 December 1938


Reviews:

[1].
Sternburg, Wilhelm von. "Sehen Sie es endlich bitte!" in Frankfurter Rundschau [Frankfurt am Main], 8 November 2011
[2].
"Seien Sie auf der Hut!" in Frankfurter Allgemeine [Frankfurt am Main], No. 281 [2 December 2011], p. 34


[2014]: Diogenes Verlag, Zürich

Joseph Roth - Stefan Zweig. "Jede Freundschaft mit mir ist verderblich". Briefwechsel 1927-1938. Edited by Madeleine Rietra and Rainer-Joachim Siegel. Afterword by Heinz Lunzer. 624p. 6 illustrations. [Diogenes Taschenbuch, 24279]. This is a reprint of the 2011 Wallstein Verlag edition

Reviews:

[1].
Peter Stephan Jungk. "'Wir werden nicht alt, wie Exilierten!' Der beklemmende Briefwechsel zwischen Joseph Roth und Stefan Zweig - erstmals sorgfältig ediert" in Die Welt [Hamburg], 27 September 2011
[2].
Wilhelm von Sternburg. "Stefan Zweig. Sehen Sie es endlich bitte" in Frankfurter Rundschau [Frankfurt am Main], 8 November 2011
[3].
Katharina Teutsch. "Seien Sie auf der Hut!" in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung [Frankfurt am Main], 2 December 2011 [No. 281], p. 34
[4].
Volker Weidermann. "Im freien Fall. Das dramatische Buch über die Zeit des Exils in Europa. Der Briefwechsel zwischen Joseph Roth und Stefan Zweig" in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung [Frankfurt am Main], 25 September 2011 [No. 38], p. 27


[1970]: Kiepenheuer & Witsch Verlag, Köln/Berlin

Joseph Roth. Briefe 1911-1939. Edited with an introduction by Hermann Kesten. 642/(1)p. This volume also contains dozens of letters from Joseph Roth to some 38 friends and acquaintances, especially Benno Reifenberg, his mother-in-law Jenny Reichler, Félix Bertaux, René Schickele, Carl Seelig, and some 74 letters to his French translator Blanche Gidon

Contents:

[1].
Joseph Roth schreibt Briefe [Hermann Kesten], pp. (9)-19
[2].
Briefe, pp. (21)-528

Anhang

[3].
Joseph Roth, p. (531)
[4].
Zu den Briefen und Anmerkungen, p. (532)
[5].
Anmerkungen, pp. (533)-615
[6].
Erstausgaben der Werke von Joseph Roth, pp. (617)618
[7].
Verzeichnis der Briefe, pp. (619)-628
[8].
Danksagung, pp. (629)-630
[9].
Namensregister, pp. (631)-642
[10].
Inhalt, p. (643)


Correspondence:

NB: The pagination listed below may also contain letters of Joseph Roth to individuals other than Stefan Zweig

1927, p. 108. Commentaries, p. 547

[1].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter, 8 September


1928, pp. 121 and 139. Commentaries, pp. 551, 553-554

[2].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 4 letters, 24 January, 1 June, 10 July, and 21 November


1929, pp. 141-155. Commentaries, pp. 554-557

[3].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 9 letters, 15 January-17 October


1930, pp. 157-190. Commentaries, pp. 558-563

[4].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 18 letters, 10 February-27 December


1931, pp. 195-213. Commentaries, pp. 564-568

[5].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 17 letters, 24 March-28 October


1932, pp. 216-244. Commentaries, pp. 569-573

[6].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 9 letters, 30 April-5 (15?) December


1933, pp. 245-300. Commentaries, pp. 573-584

[7].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 31 letters, 12 January-27 December
[8].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 20 September
[9].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 2 letters, 30 September and (November), and two postal cards, 3 November and 13 November


1934, pp. 304-387. Commentaries, pp. 585-597

[10].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 23 letters and 1 telegram, 14 January-28 September
[11].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 15 letters, 27 March-9 October
[12].
Friderike and Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 1 letter, 28 March


1935, pp. 398-444. Commentaries, pp. 598-603

[13].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 25 letters, 4 January-(December)
[14].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 3 letters, 16 February, (March), and 29 March


1936, pp. 445-488. Commentaries, pp. 603-608

[15].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 22 letters, 20 January-1 November
[16].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 13 letters and 1 postal card, (no date)-4 July


1937, pp. 490-517. commentaries, pp. 608-613

[17].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 12 letters and 6 postal cards, (May?)-23 November
[18].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 9 March
[19].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 4 letters, 25 September, (Autumn), 17 October, and (December)


1938, pp. 518-526. commentaries, pp. 163-615

[20].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 5 letters, 10 January, 13 July, 22 August, 19 September, and 10 October
[21].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 4 letters,(January), (January?), (Sommer?), and (end of 1938)


Review:

"Joseph-Roth-Briefe. Mieß vor Dtschld" in Der Spiegel [Hamburg], 26:7 [8 February 1971], Kultur/Schriftsteller, pp. 146, 148. Contains a photograph of Joseph Roth with the quotation "Keiner weiß, daß ich krepiere"

English translation:


[2012]: W. W. Norton, New York

Joseph Roth. A Life in Letters. Translated and edited with an introduction by Michael Hofmann. 551/(7)p. Illustrated with 13 photographs between pp. 206-207. Frontispiece: Joseph Roth on a railway platform, somewhere in France, in 1925. This volume also contains dozens of letters from Joseph Roth to some 38 friends and acquaintances, especially Benno Reifenberg, his mother-in-law Jenny Reichler, Félix Bertaux, René Schickele, Carl Seelig, and some 52 letters to his French translator Blanche Gidon

Contents:

[1].
Introduction, pp. xi-xvii
[2].
Part I. 1894-1920. Youth, War, Brody, and Vienna. Page (1): Photograph of Joseph Roth, age three
1.
Introduction, pp. 3-5
2.
Letters Nos. 1-8, 1911-24 February 1918, pp. 6-17
[2].
Part II. 1920-1925. Berlin, Newspapers, Early Novels and Marriage. Page (19): Photograph of Joseph Roth with Friedl in Berlin, in 1922
1.
Introduction, pp. 21-(24)
2.
Letters Nos. 9-13, 28 December 1921-22 January 1925, pp. 25-29
[3].
Part III. 1925-1933. Paris, Points South and East, Disappointment, Tragedy, and Triumph. Page (31): Photograph of Joseph Roth with the Trademark Newspaper
1.
Introduction, pp. 33-37
2.
Letters Nos. 14-176, 16 May 1925-18 January 1933, pp. 38-226
[4].
Part IV. 1933-1939. After Hitler: Work, Despair, Diminishing Circles, Work, and Death. Page (227): Photograph of Joseph Roth in the company of Dutch writers in a café in Amsterdam in 1937
1.
Introduction, pp. 229-233
2.
Letters Nos. 177-457, 1 February 1933-21 January 1939, pp. 234-530
[5].
Bibliography, p. 533
[6].
Index, pp. 535-(552)
[7].
About the Joseph Roth Archives at the Leo Baeck institute, p. (553)
[8].
About the Translator, p. (555)
[9].
About the Author, pp. (557)-(558)


Joseph Roth-Stefan Zweig Correspondence:

1927, No. 49

[10].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter, 8 September


1928, Nos. 62, 67, 73

[11].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 3 letters, 24 January, 10 July, and 26 November


1929, Nos. 76, 79, 84-87

[12].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 6 letters, 15 January-17 October


1930, Nos. 90, 91, 94, 99-101, 105, 106, 108, 112, 114, 115, 117

[13].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 13 letters, 1 April-27 December


1931, Nos. 122-126, 128-131, 135, 137-139,142, 145

[14].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 15 letters, 24 March-28 October


1932, Nos. 154, 157-160. 167, 171

[15].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 7 letters, 7 August-5 December


1933, Nos. 174, 176, 182, 190-196, 198-200, 202, 203, 205-208, 210, 211, 214, 216-218, 221-225, 227, 229, 230, 232, 233

[16].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 31 letters, 12-January-7 December
[17].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 2 letters and 2 postal cards, 30 September, 3 November, (November), and 13 November


1934, Nos. 237, 239, 240, 243, 245, 246, 250, 252, 253, 256, 264, 270, 271, 274, 275, 278, 280, 281, 283-294, 297, 298, 302-304, 306, 307, 310

[18].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 22 letters and 1 telegram, 14 January-14 August
[19].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 28 March
[20].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 15 letters, 27 March-9 October


1935, Nos. 321, 323, 326, 327, 330, 332-336, 347, 349-363

[21].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 23 letters, 4 January-(December?)
[22].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 3 letters, 16 February, (March), and 29 March


1936, Nos. 365-382, 384-388, 390, 391. 393-397, 400-403, 406, 408

[23].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 23 letters, 20 January-1 November
[24].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 14 letters, (no date/21 January?)-4 July


1937, Nos. 410, 413, 417, 420-423, 425-427, 429-436, 438-442

[25].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 18 letters, (May?)-23 November
[26].
Joseph Roth to Friderike Zweig, 1 letter, 9 March
[27].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 4 letters, 25 September, (Autumn 1937), 17 October, and (December?)


1938, Nos. 443-445, 449, 450, 453, 456

[28].
Joseph Roth to Stefan Zweig, 3 letters, 10 January, 19 September, and 10 October
[29].
Stefan Zweig to Joseph Roth, 4 letters, (10 January?), (January), (Summer), and (prior to 17 December?)


2012

[30].
On 9 January 2012 ten letters were posted online by Willing Davidson: newyorker.com/online/blogs/.../book-excerpt-the-letters-of-joseph-roth.html


Reviews:

[31].
Golberg, Stefany Anne. "Greetings from Here. Joseph Roth's letter(s) reveal a man stuck between the past and the present" in The Smart Set From Drexel University, 18 January 2012. See: the smartset.com/article01181201.aspx
[32].
Resch, Stephan. "Madeleine Rietra, Rainer Joachim Siegel (Hrsg.): Jede Freundschaft ist mir verderblich. Joseph Roth und Stefan Zweig: Briefwechsel 1927-1937" in Zeitschrift für Germanistik [Berlin et al.], New Series [Neue Folge], Vol. XXII: No 2 [2012], pp. 455-456
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