Thomas Mann - Stefan Zweig Briefwechsel, Dokumente und Schnittpunkte

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[2016]: Vittorio Klostermann Verlag, Frankfurt am Main

Thomas Mann - Stefan Zweig Briefwechsel, Dokumente und Schnittpunkte. Edited with notes by Katrin Bedenig and Franz Zeder. 464p. Illustrated [Thomas-Mann Studien. Edited by Katrin Bedenig for the Thomas-Mann-Archives of the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule in Zürich, Vol. 51]. Reprinted as a paperback edition in 2018. The cover contains a photograph of Thomas Mann and one of Stefan Zweig. The cover was designed by Elmar Lixenfeld. The Thomas Mann photograph is located in the Thomas-Mann-Archiv, ETH-Bibliothek Zürich. The Stefan Zweig photograh is privately owned.

Contents:

[1].
Zu dieser Ausgabe [Katrin Bedenig and Franz Zeder, June 2015], pp. 7-9 [With 7 footnotes]
[2].
Teil 1: Der Briefwechsel Thomas Mann - Stefan Zweig [Edited with copious notes by Katrin Bedenig], pp. (11)-126
[3].
Teil II: Thomas Mann und Stefan Zweig. Zu den Stationen einer lebenslangen Begegnung im Schnittpunkt von Literatur, Politik und Musik [Written with copious notes by Franz Zeder], pp. (127)-364
[4].
Anhang: Abbildungen und Dokumente, pp. (365)-401
[5].
Abkürzungen und Siglen, pp. 403-407
[6].
Literaturverzeichnis, pp. 409-446
[7].
Thomas Mann Werkregister, pp. 447-449
[8].
Stefan Zweig Werkregister, pp. 450-451
[9].
Personenregister, pp. 452-464


Teil I: Der Briefwechsel Thomas Mann - Stefan Zweig NB: In the following entries LT = letter and PC = postcard

[1911], p. 12

[1].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 10 November, p. 12. Notes, p. 12


[1914], pp. 12-19

[2].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 2 letters: [1]. LT, End of April, pp. 12-13. This letter was also signed by Kurt Martens. Notes, pp. 13-16. [2]. LT, 5 May, pp. 16-17. Notes, pp. 17-19


[1916], pp. 19-21

[3].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 17 November, pp. 19-20. Notes, pp. 20-21


[1917], pp. 21-22

[4].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 9 September, pp. 21-22. Notes, p. 22


[1920], pp. 22-28

[5].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 2 letters and 1 picture postcard: [1]. LT, 28 January, p. 22. Notes, pp. 22-24. [2]. PC, 7 February, p. 24. Notes, p. 24. [3]. LT, 28 July, p. 25. Notes, pp. 26-28


[1921], pp. 28-30

[6].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 2 letters: [1]. LT, 1 January, p. 28. Notes, pp. 28-29. [2]. LT, 15 December, p. 29. Notes, pp. 29-30


[1923], pp. 31-40

[7].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter, 2 postcards, and 1 telegram: [1]. LT, 21 February, p. 31. Notes, pp. 31-34. [2]. PC, 4 March, pp. 34-35. Notes, p. 35. [3]. Telegram, 12 March, p. 36. Note, p. 36. [4]. PC, 23 March, p. 36. Notes, pp. 36-37
[8].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 15 November, p. 38. Notes, pp. 38-40


[1925], pp. 40-42

[9].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 card and 1 letter: [1]. PC, 23 April, p. 40. Notes, p. 40. [2]. LT, 26 July, p. 41. Notes, pp. 41-42


[1927], pp. 42-44

[10].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 2 cards: [1]. PC, 1 January, p. 42. Notes, pp. 42-43. [2]. PC, 26 February, p. 43. Notes, pp. 43-44


[1928], pp. 44-50

[11].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig 2 cards and 1 letter: [1]. PC, 7 May, p. 44. Notes, pp. 44-45. [2]. PC, 1 September, p. 45. Notes, pp. 45-46. [3]. LT, 13 December, pp. 46-47. Notes, pp. 47-48
[12].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 14 December, pp. 48-49. Notes, pp. 49-50


[1929], pp. 50-51

[13].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 2 cards: [1]. PC, 19 September, p. 50. Notes, pp. 50-51. [2]. PC, 15 November, p. 51. Notes, p. 51


[1930], pp. 52-53

[14].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 postcard: [1]. PC, 6 July, p. 52. Notes, pp. 52-53


[1932], pp. 53-56

[15].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 postcard and 1 letter: [1]. PC, 14 July, p. 53. Notes, pp. 53-54. [2]. LT, December [also signed by Max Reinhardt], pp. 54-55. Notes, pp. 55-56


[1933], pp. 56-77

[16].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 2 picture postcards and 3 letters: [1]. PC, 25 February, p. 58. Notes, p. 59. [2]. PC, 17 April, p. 59. Notes, pp. 59-62. [3]. LT, 24 April, p. 66. Notes, pp. 66-68. [4]. LT, 8 November, p. 70. Notes, pp. 70-71. [5]. LT, 15 November, p. 73. Notes, pp. 74-75
[17].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 5 letters: [1]. LT, 7 February, pp. 56-57. Notes, pp. 57-58. [2]. LT, 18 April, pp. 62-64. Notes, pp. 64-65. [3]. LT, 2 November, pp. 68-69. Notes, p. 69. [4]. LT, 10 November, pp. 71-72. Notes, pp. 72-73. [5]. LT, 18 November, pp. 75-76. Notes, pp. 76-77


[1934], pp. 78-80

[18].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter and 1 picture postcard: [1]. LT, 11 August, p. 78. Notes, pp. 78-79. [2]. PC, 28 August, p. 79. Notes, pp. 79-80


[1935], pp. 80-86

[19].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 card: [1]. PC, 27 May, p. 83. Notes, pp. 83-84
[20].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 3 letters and 1 telegram: [1]. LT, 4 May, pp. 80-81. Notes, pp. 81-82. [2]. LT, 26 May, p. 82. Notes, pp. 82-83. [3]. Telegram [birthday greetings], p. 84. Notes, p. 84. [4]. LT, 6 June [birthday greetings], p. 84. Notes, p. 85
[21].
Friderike Maria Zweig to Thomas Mann, 1 PC: [1]. PC, June [birthday greetings], p. 85. Notes, pp. 85-86


[1936], pp. 86-92

[22].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter and 2 cards: [1]. LT, 27 March, p. 88. Notes, pp. 88-89. [2]. PC, 30 May, p. 89. Notes, p. 90. [3]. PC, 8 December, pp. 91-92. Notes, p. 92
[23].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 1 picture postcard and 1 letter: [1]. PC, 6 February [Also contains greetings from René Schickele], p, 86. Notes, pp. 86-87. [2]. LT, 4 December, p. 90. Notes, p. 91


[1937], pp. 93-96

[24].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 card: [1]. PC, 14 November, p. 95. Notes, pp, 95-96
[25].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 1 picture postcard: [1]. PC, 12 February [also contains greetings from Lavinia Mazzucchetti], p. 93. Notes, pp. 93-94


[1938], pp. 96-97

[26].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 28 December, p. 96. Notes, pp. 96-97


[1939], pp. 98-110

[27].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 26 May, pp. 98-100. Notes, pp. 100-107
[28].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 8 December, pp. 107-108. Notes, pp. 108-110


[1940], pp. 110-120

[29].
Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter: [1]. LT, 4 January, pp. 110-111. Notes, pp. 111-113
[30].
Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 2 letters: [1]. LT, 17 July, pp. 113-114. Notes, pp. 114-117. [2]. LT, 29 July, pp. 117-118. Notes, pp. 118-120


[1942], pp. 121-126

[31].
Thomas Mann to Manfred Altmann [Lotte Zweig's brother], 1` letter: [1]. LT, 20 May, p. 121. Notes, p. 121
[32].
Manfred and Hannah [Manfred's wife] Altmann to Thomas Mann, 1 letter: [2]. LT, 11 November, p. 122. Notes, pp. 122-123
[33].
Thomas Mann to Friderike Maria Zweig, 1 letter: [3]. LT, 15 November, pp. 123-124. Notes, pp. 124-126


Teil 2: Thomas Mann und Stefan Zweig. Zu den Stationen einer lebenslangen Begegnung im Schnittpunkt von Literatur, Politik und Musik [Franz Zeder], pp. (127)-364

Contents:

Inhalt, pp. 129-131

I. Krieg und Nachkrieg, pp. 133-138

[1].
München, Wien, Genf: Thomas Mann, Stefan Zweig und Romain Rolland, pp. 133-138 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-37]


II. München und Salzburg, pp. 139-146

[2].
München 1920: Besuch in Bogenhausen, pp. 139-142 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-17]
[3].
Salzburg 1923: Auf dem Kapuzinerberg, pp. 143-146 [Footnotes, Nos. 18-35]


III. Deutschland und Österreich, pp. 147-170

[4].
München - Wien - Salzburg, pp. 147-150 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-17]
[5].
Bemüht um Rede und Antwort, pp. 150-155 [Footnotes, Nos. 18-45]
[6].
Kosmopolitismus versus Internationalismus, pp. 155-158 [Footnotes, Nos. 46-60]
[7].
Convivialité, pp. 158-161 [Footnotes, Nos. 61-80]
[8].
Historische Romane und Literaturverfilmungen, pp. 161-167 [Footnotes, Nos. 81-102]
[9].
Psychologie und Mythos, pp. 167-170 [Footnotes, Nos. 103-115]


IV. Literatur und Politik, pp. 171-213

[10].
{Einführung), pp. 171-175 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-16]
[11].
Thomas Mann: Die geköpfte Wespe, pp. 175-178 [Footnotes, Nos. 17-38]
[12].
Thomas Mann und Die Sammlung, pp. 178-186
[1]. Zusage und Rückzug, pp. 178-181 [Footnotes, Nos. 39-49]
[2]. Verwirrung und Gleichmut, pp. 181-186 [Footnotes, Nos. 50-83]
[13].
Stefan Zweig: Der geflutete "Olymp", pp. 187-192 [Footnotes, Nos. 84-116]
[14].
Stefan Zweigs Plan eines Schweizer Exilverlags, pp. 192-195 [Footnotes, Nos. 117-133]
[15].
Stefan Zweigs Freundschaft zu Anton Kippenberg und Richard Strauss, pp. 195-198 [Footnotes, Nos. 134-149]
[16].
Stefan Zweig und Die Sammlung, pp. 198-200 [Footnotes, Nos. 150-161]
[17].
Paris - Wien: Wut und Zorn, pp. 200-213
[1]. (Einführung), p. 200 [Footnote, No. 162]
[2]. Die Wut des Joseph Roth, pp. 201-206 [Footnotes, Nos. 163-196]
[3]. Der Zorn der Wiener Arbeiter-Zeitung, pp. 206-211 [Footnotes, Nos. 197-219]
[4]. "Literatur und Charakter", pp. 211-213 [Footnotes, Nos. 220-235]


V. Erasmus und Luther, pp. 214-246

[18].
(Einführung), pp. 214-216 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-8]
[19].
Stefan Zweig und Erasmus von Rotterdam, pp. 216-217 [Footnotes, Nos. 9-16]
[20].
Thomas Mann und Martin Luther, pp. 217-228 [Footnotes, Nos. 17-44]
[1]. Ist Zweigs Luther "Hitler"?, pp. 217-221 [Footnotes, Nos. 17-32]
[2]. Das erasmische Gute und das Ganze Luthers, pp. 221-225 [Footnotes, Nos. 33-37]
[3]. "Deutsche Kultur: Luther und Hitler", pp. 225-228 [Footnotes, Nos. 38-44]
[21].
Zwischenspiel: Stefan Zweig im Tagebuch von Thomas Mann, pp. 228-232 [Footnotes, Nos. 45-62]
[22].
Das Züricher Erasmus-Programm, pp. 232-246 [Footnotes, Nos. 63-133]
[1]. (Einführung), pp. 232-233 [Footnote, No. 63]
[2]. Klaus Mann und Stefan Zweig: Eine beschwerliche Freundschaft, pp. 233-235 [Footnotes, Nos. 64-79]
[3]. Klaus Manns Kritik von Stefan Zweigs Erasmus von Rotterdam, pp. 235-242 [Footnotes, Nos. 80-108]
[4]. Zürich im August 1934: "Erasmus" zu Besuch bei "Thomas Mann", pp. 242-246 [Footnotes, Nos. 109-133]


VI. Geburtstagsfeiern und Festspiele, pp. 247-264

[23].
(Einführung), pp. 247-249 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-19]
[24].
Zürich im Juni 1935: Stefan Zweigs Gratulation zum 60. Geburtstag Thomas Manns, pp. 250-255 [Footnotes, Nos. 20-44]
[1]. Ein Brief von Zürich nach Dresden, pp. 255-256 [Footnotes, Nos. 45-54]
[2]. Stefan Zweig und Thomas Mann über Die schweigsame Frau, pp. 257-260 [Footnotes, Nos. 55-73]
[25].
Salzburg im August 1935: Festspiele ohne Stefan Zweig, pp. 261-264 [Footnotes, Nos. 74-91]


VII. Musik und Literatur, pp. 265-302

[26].
(Einführung), pp. 265-267 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-6]
[27].
Adrian Leverkühns Reise anch Graz, pp. 267-271 [Footnotes, Nos. 7-19]
[28].
Graz im Mai 1906: Die großen Abwesenden, pp. 271-274 [Footnotes, Nos. 20-37]
[29].
Zürich im Mai 1934: Ein leerer Logenplatz, pp. 274-279 [Footnotes, Nos. 38-49]
[30].
Dresden im Juni 1935: Ein doppelter Korb für die Schweigsame Frau, pp. 279-282 [Footnotes, Nos. 50-69]
[31].
Musik neu: Die Graz-Reise Theodor W. Adornos, pp. 282-283 [footnotes, Nos. 70-72]
[32].
Adornos Schönberg-Monographie: Ein Beitrag Stefan Zweigs zum Doktor Faustus, pp. 284-288 [Footnotes, Nos. 73-95]
[33].
Endspiel: Leverkühns Fausti Weheklag' und Strauss' Metamorphosen, pp. 289-292 [Footnotes, Nos. 96-104]
[34].
Nachspiele 1945ff., pp. 292-303
[1]. "Chicago" in Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1945, pp. 292-295 [Footnotes, Nos. 105-118]
[2]. Salzburg und Bad Gastein im Sommer 1951, pp. 295-297 [Footnotes, Nos. 119-133]
[3]. "Luthers Hochzeit" (1954), pp. 298-302 [Footnotes, Nos. 134-152]


VIII. Psychoanalyse und Literatur, pp. 303-317

[35].
(Einführung), pp. 303-307 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-25]
[36].
Thomas Mann und Sigmund Freud: Joseph" und Moses, pp. 307-309 [Footnotes, Nos. 26-43]
[37].
Stefan Zweig und Sigmund Freud: Die Heilung durch den Geist, pp. 310-314 [Footnotes, Nos. 44-75]
[38].
London - Wien 1936: Sigmund Freuds 80. Geburtstag, pp. 315-317 [Footnotes, Nos. 76-90]


IX. Hilfe in Europa und Hilfe in Amerika, pp. 318-347

[39].
(Einführung), p. 318 [Footnote, No. 1]
[40].
Stefan Zweig und die Zeitschriften der Manns, pp. 318-320 [Footnotes, Nos. 2-9]
[41].
Initiativen zur Hile in Europa, pp. 320-323 [Footnotes, Nos. 10-25]
[42].
Wien 1936: Canettis Blendung, pp. 323-324 [Footnotes, Nos. 26-36]
[43].
Zürich 1937: Zareks Undank, pp. 325-327 [Footnotes, Nos. 37-53]
[44].
Widerstands- und Hilfsprojekte in Amerika, pp. 327-328 [Footnotes, Nos. 54-60]
[45].
Thomas Mann, Stefan Zweig und die "Deutsche Akademie", pp. 328-330 [Footnotes, Nos. 61-76]
[46].
Lectures, pp. 330-333 [Footnotes, Nos. 77-88]
[47].
Prineton 1939: Die Literatur als politische Waffe, pp. 333-343 [Footnotes, Nos. 89-141]
[48].
Lotte in Weimar: Die Literatur als deutsches Vermächtnis, pp. 344-347 [Footnotes, Nos. 142-158]


X. Petropolis - Los Angeles 1942, pp. 348-364

[49].
Die unterschiedlichen Reaktionen von Thomas Mann und Klaus Mann auf den Selbstmord von Stefan und Lotte Zweig, pp. 348-364 [Footnotes, Nos. 1-115]


Anhang: Abbildungen und Dokumente, pp. (365)-401

[1].
Cover of the first impression of Stefan Zweig's autograph collection [p. (369)] with a manuscript page from Thomas Mann's "Die Hungernden" [p. (370)]. Located in the Österreichisches Theatermuseum, Wien
[2].
Stefan Zweig. "Thomas Manns 'Rede und Antwort'", pp. 371-377. First printed in Die Neue Rundschau [Berlin/Frankfurt am Main/Stockholm], 32:12 [December 1921], pp. 1315-1321
[3].
Stefan Zweig. "An den Genius der Verantwortlichkeit" [Thomas Mann gewidmet], pp. 378-379. First printed in Die Neue Rundschau [Berlin/Frankfurt am Main/Stockholm], 36:6 [June 1925], pp. 624-626
[4].
Stefan Zweig. "Thomas Mann. Zum 50. Geburtstag, 6. Juni", p. 380. First printed in Berliner Tageblatt [Berlin], 31 May 1925, Beiblatt, p. (1)
[5].
Photocopy of the letter from Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann, 7 February 1933 [p. (381)]. Located in the Thomas-Mann-Archives, Zürich
[6].
Photocopy of the picture postcard from Thomas Mann to Stefan Zweig, 25 February 1933 [p. (382)]. Located in the National Library of Israel
[7].
Thomas Mann in the Börsenblatt für den Deutschen Buchhandel [Frankfurt am Main], No. 240, 14 October 1933 [p. (383)]
[8].
Stefan Zweig. "Ergänzung zu der Bekanntmachung 'Literarische Emigranten-Zeitschrift'" in Börsenblatt für den Deutschen Buchhandel [Frankfurt am Main], No. 240, 14 October 1933, [p. (384)]
[9].
Photograph of Stefan Zweig, Bruno Walter, and Arturo Toscanini in Salzburg, 1934 [p. (385)]. Photograph taken by Suse von Winternitz. Located in a private collection in London
[10].
Photograph of Thomas Mann, Bruno Walter, and Arturo Toscanini in Salzburg, 1935 [p. (385)]. Photograph taken by Atelier Ellinger. Located in the Thomas-Mann-Archives, Zürich
[11].
Photograph of Thomas Mann in Salzburg, August 1935 [p. (386)]. Photograph taken by Suse von Winternitz. Present location unknown
[12].
Photocopy of Goethe's handwritten signature. Given by Stefan Zweig to Thomas Mann as a birthday gift on 6 June 1935 [p. (386)]. Located in the Thomas-Mann-Archives, Zürich
[13].
Photocopy of the typescript of Stefan Zweig's congratulations to Sigmund Freud on the occasion of his 80th birthday in 1936 [pp. (387)-(388)]. Located in the Literaturarchiv, Salzburg
[14].
Photocopy of the handwritten manuscript of Thomas Mann's congratulations to Sigmund Freud on the occasion of his 80th birthday in 1936 [pp. (389)-(390)]. Located in the Thomas-Mann-Archives, Zürich
[15].
Photocopy of the picture postcard Stefan Zweig sent to Thomas Mann on 12 February 1937 [p. (391)]. Located in the Thomas-Mann-Archives, Zürich
[16].
Photocopy of the carbon copy of Stefan Zweig's "Thomas Mann: 'Lotte in Weimar'" [8 March 1940] [pp. (392)-(394). Located in the Thomas-Mann-Archives, Zürich
[17].
Thomas Mann's obituary notice on the death of Stefan Zweig [printed in Aufbau [New York], 27 February 1042] [p. 395]
[18].
Klaus Mann. "Victims of Fascism. Stefan Zweig", pp. (396)-(398). First printed in Free World. A Monthly Magazine devoted to Democracy and World Affairs [New York], 2:3 [April 1942], pp. 274-276. German version: "Stefan Zweig". See: Mann, Klaus, Nos. 10, 17 & 32
[19].
An advertisement text by Thomas Mann for Hanns Arens. Stefan Zweig. Sein Leben - Sein Werk, p. 19. First printed in: Karl Heinrich Waggerl & Hanns Arens. Kleines Erdenrund. Ein Buch mit dem Dichter und über ihn. 106/(6)p. Ebenhausen bei München: Langewiesche-Brandt Verlag, 1951, on the last page [p. (112)]
[20].
Thomas Mann. "Stefan Zweig zum zehnten Todestag" [17 February 1952], pp. 19-20. Printed in: Thomas Mann. Altes und Neues. Kleine Prosa aus fünf Jahrzehten. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer Verlag, 1953, pp.263-265. Reprinted in: Thomas Mann. Gesammelte Werke in dreizehn Bänden. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer Verlag, 1960, Vol. X, pp. 524-525 [2nd edition, 1974]. See: Mann, Thomas, No. 6
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