Stefan Zweig. Eine Bildbiographie

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By Friderike Maria Zweig. 163p. Richly illustrated. München: Kindler Verlag, 1961 [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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