Three Masters: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoeffsky

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[1930]: The Viking Press, New York and George Allen & Unwin Ltd., London

Three Masters: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoeffsky [Drei Meister: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoevski]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xi/237/(1)p. Master Builders. An Attempt at the Typology of the Spirit, Vol. 1

Contents:

[1].
Introduction, pp. ix-xi
[2].
Balzac, pp. (1)-48
[3].
Dickens, pp. (49)-95
[4].
Dostoeffsky, pp. (97)-(238)


[2010]: Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ and London, England

Three Masters: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoevsky [Drei Meister: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoevski]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. With a new introduction by Laurence Mintz. Cover design by Seema Mazhar. liii/238p. Master Builders of the Spirit, Vol. 1. NB: The name on the cover reads "Dostoevsky". The essay itself is entitled "Dostoeffsky"

Contents:

[1].
Author's Note [Stefan Zweig], p. (vii)
[2].
Introduction to the Transaction Edition [Laurence Mintz], pp. ix-l
[3].
Introduction [Stefan Zweig], pp. li-liii
[4].
Balzac, pp. (1)-48
[5].
Dickens, pp. (49)-95
[6].
Dostoeffsky, pp. (97)-238


[2012]: Plunkett Lake Press, Lexington, MA

Three Masters: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoevsky [Drei Meister: Balzac - Dickens - Dostoevski]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. Cover by Susan Erony. With a chronology of Stefan Zweig's life and a bibliography of works by and about Stefan Zweig in English by Randolph Klawiter. 77,000 words. An eBook published by the Plunkett Lake eBooks of Life Writing, Lexington, MA, May 2012. Available from Amazon [Kindle Edition], Barnes & Noble [Nook Edition], Apple iTunes [Apple iBooks Edition], and Kobo

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