Spitzer, Leo

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Lives In Between: Assimilation and Marginality in Austria, Brazil, West Africa, 1780-1945. 250p. Illustrated. Cambridge et al.: Cambridge University Press, 1989

Contents:

[1].
Acknowledgments, pp. ix-xii. Zweig and Brettauer families, pp. x-xi. Stefan Zweig, p. xi
[2].
Introduction, pp. 3-15. Notes, pp. 199-200. Zweig and Brettauer families, pp. 3, 5, 6-7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. Alfred Zweig, p. 12. Stefan Zweig, pp. 12, 15


Part I: The Way In, 1780-1870, pp. (17)-126

[3].
Chapter 1. The Journey Upward, the Journey Outward: Assimilation in the Century of Emancipation, pp. 19-39. Notes, pp. 200-205. Zweig family, p. 38
[4].
Chapter 2. Up from Slavery: The May Story, pp. 40-72. Notes, pp. 205-214
[5].
Chapter 3. Into the Bourgeoisie: The Zweig and Brettauer Story, pp. 73-100. Notes, pp. 214-218. Stefan Zweig is mentioned on almost every page of this chapter. Photographs: Josefine Landauer Brettauer, maternal grandmother of Stefan Zweig, p. (87). Samuel Brettauer, maternal grandfather of Stefan Zweig, p. 88. Hermann Zweig, paternal grandfather of Stefan Zweig, p. 91. Nanette Wolf Zweig, paternal grandmother of Stefan Zweig, p. 92. Stefan Zweig's parents, Moritz and Ida Zweig, shortly after their wedding in 1878, p. 95
[6].
Chapter 4. Into the White World: The Rebouças Story, pp. 101-126. Notes, pp. 218-224. Zweig and Brettauer families, p. 102


Part II: The Predicament of Marginality, 1870-1945, pp. (126)-197

[7].
Chapter 5. The Marginal Situation, Individual Psychology, and Ideology, pp. 129-137. Notes, pp. 225-228. Zweig and Brettauer families, pp. 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136. Moritz and Ida Zweig, p. 137
[8].
Chapter 6. "I belong nowhere, and everywhere am a stranger": The Predicament of André Rebouças, Cornelius May, and Stefan Zweig, pp. 138-173. Notes, 228-235. Stefan Zweig, pp. 139, 141, 143-144, 145, 161-173 [Notes, pp. 233-235]. Photographs: Stefan Zweig, 1912, p. 144. Alfred and Stefan Zweig, ca. 1900/1901, p. (163). Stefan Zweig and colleagues in the War Archives, Vienna, 1915, p. (164). Stefan and Lotte Zweig, ca. 1938, p. 166. Stefan Zweig in Rio de Janeiro, 1940, p. 170
[9].
Chapter 7. The Way Out: From the "Savage God" to "Holy Violence", pp. 174-197. Notes, pp. 235-242. Stefan Zweig, pp. 174, 175, 176, 177, 187, 235-236. Stefan and Lotte Zweig, p. 174. Zweig and Brettauer families, pp. 180, 196. Stefan Zweig's parents, Moritz and Ida Zweig, p. 187
[10].
Notes, pp. 199-242
[11].
Index, pp. 243-250. Brettauers, p. 244; Zweigs, p. 250


Portuguese Translation

Vidas de Entremeio. Assimilação e marginalização na Áustria, no Brasil e na África Ocidental 1780-1945. Translated by Vera Ribeiro. 289p. Illustrated. Rio de Janeiro: Editora da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, 2001

Sumário [Contents]:

[1].
Agradecimentos, pp. (11)-14
[2].
Introdução, pp. (15)-28


Parte I: A entrada, 1780-1879, pp. (29)-145

[3].
A jornada ascendente, a jornada para o mundo externo: a assimilação no século da emancipação, pp. (31)-52. Notes, pp. 226-232
[4].
Erguendo-se da escravidão": a história de May, pp. (53)-88. Notes, pp. 232-243
[5].
A entrada na burguesia: a história dos Zweig e Brettauer, pp. (89)-118. Notes, pp. 243-248
[6].
A entrada no mundo branco: a história de Rebouças, pp. (119)-145. Notes, pp. 249-257


Parte II: O embaraço da marginalização, pp. (147)-223

[7].
Situação de marginalidade, psicologia individual e ideologia, pp. (149)-158. Notes, pp. 257-261
[8].
"Não pertenço a lugar algum e por toda parte sou um estranho": as tribulações de André Rebouças, Cornelius May e Stefan Zweig, pp. (159)-197. Notes, pp. 261-270
[9].
A via de saída: do "Deus selvagem" à "violência sagrada", pp. (198)-2223. Notes, pp. 270-278
[10].
Notas, pp. (225)-278
[11].
Índice remissivo, pp. (279)-289. Page 289 contains some 46 references to pages on which Stefan Zweig is either mentioned or discussed
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