Stefan Zweig - Friderike Zweig. "Wenn einen Augenblick die Wolken weichen". Briefwechsel 1912-1942

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[2006]: S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main

Stefan Zweig - Friderike Zweig. "Wenn einen Augenblick die Wolken weichen". Briefwechsel 1912-1942. Edited with copious annotations by Jeffrey B. Berlin and Gert Kerschbaumer. 433/(14)p.

Contents:

[1].
Die Annäherung [1912-1918], pp. 7-80
[1912], pp. 7-26. Friderike to Stefan, 12 letters, 24 July-30 October. There is a photocopy of Friderike's handwritten letter of 25 July, between pp. 8-9. Pages 17-18 contain a quote from Friderike's review of Stefan's Das Haus am Meer. The review appeared in the Hamburger Fremdenblatt [Hamburg], 30 October 1912. Page 19 contains a quote from Friderike's poem "Sie dienen nicht dem Dichterwort. . ." [in her letter of 5 November]. Page 21 contains a note by Friderike on the back of a hotel ticket, dated 19 November. There are four quotations from Stefan's Diaries [Tagebücher]: 23 September, pp. 16-17; 12 November, pp. 19-20; 4 December, pp. 22-23; 21 December, p; 26
[1913], pp. 26-42. Friderike to Stefan, 9 letters, 6 January-21 December. Five quotations from Stefan's Diaries: End February, p. 30; 29 March, p. 31; 22 April, p. 33; 1 May, p. 34; 6 May, p. 34. Stefan's poem "Wie die Schwalbe mit silberner Schwinge. . . ", pp. 30-31
[1914], pp. 42-59. Friderike to Stefan, 14 letters, 25 January-30 December. Friderike's poem "Ihr Frauen!", p. 54. The poem first appeared in the Neue Freie Presse [Wien], 9 August 1914. Stefan's review of Friderike's novel Der Ruf der Heimat [Berlin/Leipzig: Schuster & Loeffler Verlag, 1914], p. 50. The review first appeared in the Berliner Tageblatt [Berlin], 10 June 1914. Five quotations from Stefan's Diaries: 4 August, p. 53; 5 August, p. 54; 12 November, p. 57; 1 December, p. 58; 23 December, p. 58
[1915], pp. 60-67. Friderike to Stefan, 4 letters, undated [Spring]-undated [Christmas]. Quotation from Stefan's Diaries: 17 May, p. 63
[1916], pp. 67-68. Friderike to Stefan, 1 letter, 10 September [?]. Stefan to Alfons Petzold, 1 letter, November
[1917], pp. 68-72. Stefan's poem "Als rings im Land die Waffen starrten. . .", p. 69. Taken from Stefan's drama Jeremias. Eine dramatische Dichtung in neun Bildern. Leipzig: Insel Verlag, 1917. The drama was dedicated to Friderike. Stefan to Romain Rolland, 13 November. Stefan to Friderike, 1 letter, 25 December and 1 telegram, 27 December
[1918], pp. 72-80. Stefan to Friderike 5 letters, 9 September-undated . Quotaton from Stefan's Diaries: 3 August
[2].
Kapuzinerberg 5, pp. 81-206
[1919], pp. 81-108. Stefan to Friderike, 14 letters, 17 January-30 October. Friderike to Stefan, 6 letters, 6 June-30 October. Ida Zweig [Stefan's mother] to Stefan, 1 letter, 23 January. Ida Zweig to Friderike, 1 letter, undated [February]. Stefan to the Insel Verlag announcing his change of address from Wien to Salzburg, undated [April], p. 90. Friderike officially leaves the Catholic Church so that she can marry Stefan, pp. 91-92
[1920], pp. 109-118. Stefan to Friderike, 5 letters, 27 January-23 December. Friderike to Stefan, 3 letters, 30 January, 19 October, and 24 October
[1921], pp. 119-133. Stefan to Friderike, 9 letters, 10 January-27 November. The letter of 28 July contains greetings from Ida Zweig. The letter of 21 November contains greetings from Ernst Weiss. The letter of 27 November contains greetings from Camill and Irma Hoffmann and Hermann Ungar. Friderike to Stefan, 4 letters, 29 July-28 November
[1922], pp. 134-143. Stefan to Friderike, 5 letters, 21 March-28 November. The letter of 28 November contains greetings from Victor Fleischer. Friderike to Stefan, 3 letters, 22 September, 1 November, and 24 November
[1923], pp. 143-154. Stefan to Friderike, 5 letters, undated [Spring]-5 October. Friderike to Stefan, 3 letters, 29 June, 28 June, and 13 July
[1924], pp. 154-164. Friderike to Stefan, 7 letters, 25 January-5 September and two postcards, 25 July and 27 July. The postcard of 25 July contains greetings from Frans Masereel. Stefan to Friderike, 3 letters, 26 January, 27 January, and 1 February. The letter of 27 January contains greetings from Frans and Pauline Masereel
[1925], pp. 165-179. Stefan to Friderike, 11 letters, 19 February-15 November. Friderike to Stefan, 5 letters, 9 June-13 November
[1926], pp. 179-190. Stefan to Friderike, 7 letters, 24 January-10 December and two telegrams, 2 December and 7 December. Friderike to Stefan 4 letters, 29 January-5 December
[1927], pp. 191-206. Stefan to Friderike, 8 letters, 5 August-11 November. Friderike to Stefan, 8 letters, 9 August-9 November
[3].
In der Schwebe, pp. 207-276
[1928], pp. 207-216. Stefan to Friderike, 8 letters, 25 March-28 December. Friderike to Stefan, 3 letters, 26 March, 2 April, and 10 September. Page 211 contains an excerpt from a letter that Stefan wrote to Romain Rolland [August] to inform his friend that he had accepted the Soviet invitation to represent Austria at the centennial celebration in honor of Tolstoi
[1929], pp. 216-221. Friderike to Stefan, 2 letters, 15 March and 9 May. Stefan to Friderike, 3 letters, 18 March, 19 March, and 13 May
[1930], pp. 221-240. Stefan to Friderike, 8 letters, 12 March-25 December. Friderike to Stefan, 9 letters, 7 July-19 October
[1931], pp. 240-248. Stefan to Friderike, 5 letters, 5 July-18 November. Friderike to Stefan, 2 letters, 8 August and 31 December. Page 246 contains two excerpt from Stefan's 1931 diary and page 247 contains an excerpt from Stefan's comments on his 50th birthday celebration sponsored by Carl Zuckmayer in the Schwarz Restaurant in Munich
[1932], pp. 248-262. Friderike to Stefan, 7 letters, 1 January-17 May. Stefan to Friderike, 6 letters, 13 January-5 October
[1933], pp. 263-276. Friderike to Stefan, 5 letters, 23 January-27 May. Stefan to Friderike, 10 letters, 25 January-2 June. Quote from a letter of 10 May that Stefan wrote to Romain Rolland, p. 271. Quote from a letter of 26 December that Stefan wrote to Hugo Bergmann, the Director of the Jewish National Library in Jerusalem
[4].
Die Abstoßung , pp. 277-341
[1934]. No correspondence except for a quote from an undated [May] letter that Stefan wrote to Joseph Roth, p. 278
[1935], pp. 279-297. Stefan to Friderike, 10 letters, undated [January]-29 October. Friderike to Stefan, 1 letter, 23 October. Lotte Altmann to Stefan, 1 undated letter
[1936], pp. 298-316. Stefan to Friderike, 14 letters, 26 May-12 December. Friderike to Stefan, 1 letter, 29 September
[1937], pp. 316-341. Stefan to Friderike, 13 letters, 28 January-26 July. Friderike to Stefan, 1 letter, 8 March
[5].
Im Exil, pp. 342-398
[1938], pp. 342-344. Quote from an undated letter [May] from Stefan to Romain Rolland, p. 343. Quote from an undated letter from Ida Zweig to Stefan, p. 343. The marriage of Stefan and Friderike officially dissolved, p. 344
[1939]. No correspondence
[1940], pp. 345-360. Stefan to Friderike, 7 letters, 23 April-7 December. 1 telegram, 10 August. The letters of 8 August and 15 September also contain greetings from Lotte Zweig. Friderike to Stefan, 2 letters, 25 October and 20 December
[1941], pp. 361-388. Stefan to Friderike, 15 letters, 23 January-15 December. The letters of 11 February, 20 August, and 27 October also contain greetings from Lotte. Stefan to Dr. Arthur Bondi, 1 letter, undated [August]. Lotte to Friderike, 4 letters, 20 March, 29 September, 24 November, and 16 December. The letter of 24 November contains Stefan's poem "Der Sechzigjährige dankt"
[1942], pp. 388-398. Stefan to Friderike, 4 letters, 20 January [with a PS from Lotte], 4 February, 18 February, and 22 February. A photocopy of Stefan's handwritten letter to Friderike of 22 February is printed on pp. (395)-(396). Page 398 contains a quote from Friderike's memoirs Spiegelungen des Lebens [Wien:Hans Deutsch Verlag, 1964] concerning the suicide of Stefan and Lotte
[6].
Ein Nachwort [Gert Kerschbaumer], pp. 399-406

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[7].
Erwähnte Werke, pp. 407-410
[8].
Erwähnte Namen, pp. 411-(434)


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Turkish: Mektuplaşmalar (1912-1942) [2007/2015]

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