Werfel, Franz

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“Stefan Zweigs Tod” [Lecture, Los Angeles, 1942] in Stefan Zweig. Sein Leben - Sein Werk [1949], No. 14, pp. 177-187

Reprinted in

[1].
Deutsche Abschiede. Edited with an afterword by Gerhard Hay. München: Winkler Verlag, (1984), pp. 323-329. Further Zweig references, pp. 460, 477, 493, 495
[2].
Der große Europäer Stefan Zweig [1956], No. 32, pp. 269-282
[3].
Der große Europäer Stefan Zweig [1960], No. 33, pp. 270-283
[4].
Der große Europäer Stefan Zweig [1981], No. 32, pp. 148-155
[5].
Österreichische Schriftsteller im Exil. Texte. Edited by Sylvia Maria Patsch. Wien/München: Christian Brandstätter Verlag, (1986), pp. 49-56
[6].
Stefan Zweig. Im Zeugnis seiner Freunde [1968], No. 37, pp. 208-216
[7].
Unsterblicher Genius. Deutsche Dichter im Gedenken ihrer Freunde. Edited by Paul Schneider. Ebenhausen bei München: Hartfried Voss Verlag, 1959, pp. 317-323

English version

[8].
“Stefan Zweig’s Death” in Stefan Zweig. A Tribute to His Life and Work [1951], No. 13, pp. 138-146

See

[9].
Enderlin, Renate. Stefan Zweig in einem biographischen Essay Franz Werfels: “Stefan Zweigs Tod”
[10].
Franz Werfel Archives, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Special Collections, 120 Lawrence Clark Powell Library, Los Angeles, CA 90024. The archives contain the original 6-page autograph version of Werfel’s lecture and the 8-page typescript thereof. A copy, handwritten by Werfel, is also located the Friderike Maria Zweig Archives, Reed Library, State University of New York, Fredonia, NY 14063. The archives also contain one letter concerning Franz Werfel and three telegrams concerning his death
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