Stefan Zweig. Eine Bildbiographie

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[1961]: Kindler Verlag, München

Friderike Maria Zweig. Stefan Zweig. Eine Bildbiographie. 163p. Richly illustrated [Kindlers klassische Bildbiographien]

Contents:

[1].
Text and photographs. Contains 101 photographs of persons, places, and miscellaneous items, pp. (5)-128
[2].
Zeittafel, pp. 129-134
[3].
Bilderverzeichnis, pp. 135-141
[4].
Namenregister, pp. 142-163

Miscellaneous items

[5].
The signature of Johannes Brahms, p. (13)
[6].
Colored engraving of Emile Verhaeren by Theo [Théodor] van Rysselberghe, p. (25)
[7].
Woodcut of Emile Verhaeren by Frans Masereel
[8].
"Rings um mein Haus", p. 27. This is an excerpt from Zweig's translation of selected poems by Emile Verhaeren. See Hymnen an das Leben. Translated with a foreword by Stefan Zweig. 60p. Leipzig: Insel Verlag, 1912 [Insel-Bücherei, 5]
[9].
"King John", a drawing by William Blake, p. (34)
[10].
"Der Denker", a bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin, p. 35
[11].
Program for the premiere performance of Zwieg's Das Haus am Meer. Ein Schauspiel in zwei Teilen [Burgtheater, Wien, 26 October 1912], p. (38)
[12].
Zweig's handwritten poem "Indischer Spruch" [Wien, Herbst, 1913], p. (47)
[13].
An excerpt from the poem "Als rings im Land die Waffen starrten". Zweig's dedicatory sonnet to Friderike Maria Winternitz in the manuscript version of Jeremias. Eine dramatische Dichtung in neun Bildern [Premiere, Stadttheater, Zürich, 27 February 1918], p. 51
[14].
Bronze bust of Stefan Zweig by Gustinus Ambrosi [1913], p. (54)
[15].
Woodcut of Stefan Zweig by Frans Masereel, p. 59
[16].
A woodcut by Frans Masereel for Zweig's Der Zwang. Eine Novelle [10 woodcuts by Frans Masereel. Leipzig: Insel Verlag, 1920], p. (67)
[17].
A dedication by Romain Rolland to Stefan Zweig, p. (69). The dedication is in Rolland's drama Le Jeu de l'amour et de la mort. Paris: Éditions Michel, 1925, p. (7). Drama translated by Erwin Rieger into German as Ein Spiel von Liebe und Tod. Zürich/Leipzig: Rotapfel Verlag, 1925, dedication, p. (5)
[18].
Program for the premiere performance of Zweig's drama Volpone. Eine lieblose Komödie in drei Akten [Burgtheater, 6 November 1926], p. 90
[19].
Program for the premiere performance of Zweig's drama Das Lamm des Armen. Tragikomödie in drei Akten [Burgtheater, 12 April 1930], p. 91
[20].
Excerpts from Zweig's autograph collection, pp. (94)-97: The score of Mozart's "Das Veilchen"; Hofmannsthal's "Kainz"; Gorki's "Das Begräbnis Anton Tschechows"; and Werfel's "Euripides und der Krieg"
[21].
Two pages from a catalog of the Herbert Reichner Verlag [Wien/Leipzig/Zürich, date not indicated. 1936?], pp. (98)-99. Advertisements of Zweig's Joseph Fouché. Bildnis eines politischen Menschen [1936]; Die Heilung durch den Geist: Mesmer - Mary Baker-Eddy - Freud [1936]; Triumph und Tragik des Erasmus von Rotterdam [1934]; Castellio gegen Calvin oder Ein Gewissen gegen die Gewalt [1936]
[22].
A handwritten letter from Freud to Stefan Zweig [1937], p. 107
[23].
Dust jackets from Zweig's Die Welt von Gestern. Erinnerungen eines Europäers [Stockholm: Bermann-Fischer Verlag, 1942] and The World of Yesterday. An Autobiography [London: Cassell, 1943], p. 116
[24].
Zweig's handwritten poem "Der Sechzigjährige dankt" [4 February 1942], p. 119
[25].
The next to the last (handwritten) letter Stefan wrote to Friderike Maria Zweig [18 February 1942], p. (127)
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