Stefan Zweig. A Tribute to His Life and Work

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[1951]: William H. Allen and Company, London

Stefan Zweig. A Tribute to His Life and Work. Edited with a foreword and introduction by Hanns Arens. Translated by Christobel Fowler. With contributions by Walter Bauer et al. 191p. Illustrated, portraits, facsimiles. See: Stefan Zweig. Sein Leben - Sein Werk

Contents:

[1].
Declaração, 22 II 1942 [Stefan Zweig]. English translation, p. (4). Facsimile of the German handwritten version,p.(5)
[2].
Foreword [Hanns Arens], pp. (7)-(8)
[3].
Stefan Zweig. His Life and Work [Hanns Arens], pp. 9-93. Note: Pages 74-80 contain excerpts from Friderike Maria Zweig's Stefan Zweig, wie ich ihn erlebte. Stockholm/Zürich/London/New York: Neuer Verlag, 1947, pp. 272-280 [Erasmus * Castellio gegen Calvin] and pp. 287-294 [Magellan * Amerigo]
[4].
“Did You Know Stefan Zweig?” [Carl Zuckmayer], pp. 94-98
[5].
A Note in Memory of Zweig [Frans Masereel. “Je pense souvent. . .” Autograph facsimile], p. 99
[6].
In Friendly Remembrance of Stefan Zweig [Hans Reisiger], pp. 100-101
[7].
Stefan Zweig the European [Walter Bauer], pp. 102-114
[8].
Two Letters to Stefan Zweig from Rainer Maria Rilke, Böckel Estate near Bieren, 5 IX 1917, 26 IX 1917, pp. 115-117
[9].
Excerpt from a Letter from Alexander Lernet-Holenia [Alexander Lernet-Holenia], no date indicated, p. 118
[10].
Stefan Zweig’s Last Days [Ernst Feder], pp. 119-131
[11].
Note about Picture on Opposite Page [See No. 36 below] [Bruno Walter], p. 132
[12].
Memorial for Stefan Zweig [René Fülöp-Miller], pp. 133-134
[13].
Two Letters to Stefan Zweig. Geneva, 15 III 1915, 4 V 1915 [Romain Rolland] pp. 135-137
[14].
Stefan Zweig’s Death / A speech delivered at the memorial service held at Los Angeles in 1942 [Franz Werfel], pp. 138-146
[15].
Testimony to Stefan Zweig [Benarsi Das Chaturvedi], pp. 147-148
[16].
Otherness: To Stefan Zweig (1909) [Felix Braun], p. 149. German original: "Das fremde Leben. An Stefan Zweig”, p. 150
[17].
Farewell to Stefan Zweig / Speech delivered at a commemoration in New York in 1942 [Berthold Viertel], pp. 151-157
[18].
Stefan Zweig and Humanism / A lecture delivered at the University of Berlin, 11 June 1948 [Richard Friedenthal, pp. 158-174
[19].
Epistle to a Dead Friend [Richard Friedenthal. A poem], pp. 175-177
[20].
Stefan Zweig - A Jewish Tragedy [Otto Zarek], pp. 178-191

Facsimlies and Photographs:

[21].
Stefan Zweig. Photograph, frontispiece, opposite p. (3)
[22].
Declaration. English translation of Zweig’s “Declaração”, p. (4)
[23].
Declaração. Autograph facsimile of the German original, p. (5)
[24].
Stefan Zweig’s seal. Autograph facsimile, p. 21
[25].
Letter to Robert Faesi, 1923. Autograph facsimile, p. 29
[26].
Woodcut of Emile Verhaeren by Frans Masereel. Facsimile, p. 41
[27].
Romain Rolland. Photograph, opposite p. 50
[28].
Romain Rolland and Stefan Zweig, 1935. Photograph, opposite p. 51
[29].
Passage from Beethoven. Facsimile, p. 52
[30].
Richard Strauß , dedication to Stefan Zweig. Facsimile, p. 63
[31].
Page from the typescript of “Castellio Against Calvin”. Facsimile, opposite p. 74
[32].
Corrected proof from “Castellio Against Calvin”. Facsimile, opposite p. 76
[33].
Approach to Stefan Zweig’s House, Salzburg. Photograph, opposite, p. 98
[34].
Postcard from Stefan Zweig to Frans Masereel, 6 January 1940. Photograph, opposite p. 99
[35].
Letter from Stefan Zweig to Ernst Feder, no date indicated. Facsimile, p. 122
[36].
Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter, Stefan Zweig, 1934. Photograph opposite p. 132. Page 132 = Walter’s Note on this picture [See No. 11 above]
[37].
Stefan Zweig and Anton Kippenber 1930. Photograph, opposite p. 133
[38].
Letter from Romain Rolland to Stefan Zweig, 26 August 1938. Facsimile between pp. 136-137
[39].
Opening passage from Werfel’s Memorial Speech [No. 14 above]. Facsimile, opposite p. 138
[40].
Felix Braun: Das fremde Leben. An Stefan Zweig (Poem, 1909). Facsimile, p. 150. English translation, p. 149
[41].
Stefan Zweig’s House in Petrópolis. Photograph, opposite p. 174
[42].
Stefan Zweig’s Grave in Petrópolis. Photograph, opposite p. 175
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