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[2015]: Verlag Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg

Zweigs England. Edited with a foreword by Rüdiger Görner and Klemens Renoldner. 208p. Illustrated [Schriftenreihe des Stefan Zweig Centre Salzburg, Band 5]

Contents:

[1].
Vorwort [Rüdiger Görner & Klemens Renoldner], pp. 7-(10)
[2].
"Meilenweit von Politik": Stefan Zweig's exile in Britain [Richard Dove], pp. 11-20
[3].
Stefan Zweig, British Literature and European Sensibilities [Mark H. Gelber], pp. 21-34
[4].
"I want a hero" - Stefan Zweig und Lord Byron [Daniela Strigl], pp. 35-48
[5].
"Der Held wird nicht untergehen". Stefan Zweigs Kampf für (und mit) Charles Dickens [Klemens Renoldner], pp. 49-63
[6].
"Wie ein beschwingter Vogel". Stefan Zweigs Bearbeitung von Ben Jonsons Epicoene or the Silent Woman: das Libretto für Die schweigsame Frau [Arturo Larcati], pp. 65-86
[7].
Transformationen des Theaters. Stefan Zweig und Ben Jonson. Die "lieblose Komödie" Volpone [Monika Meister], pp. 87-99
[8].
"In meinem Ende ist mein Anbeginn". Zu Stefan Zweigs Maria Stuart [Ulrike Tanzer], pp. 101-113
[9].
Must the man of action always be purused by guilt? On Stefan Zweig's political self-concept in British exile [Stephan Resch], pp. 115-128
[10].
"Eine seltsame Umkehr". Stefan Zweigs Feuilleton Der Genius Englands [Margit Dirscherl], pp. 129-139
[11].
Zur Magie der Handschrift. Stefan Zweig als Autographensammler [Ulrike Vedder], pp. 141-151
[12].
Reception in Europe [Iris Himmlmayr / Wien], pp. 153-160
[13].
Stefan Zweig in China: Episodes of a Turbulent Reception History [Arnhilt Johanna Hoefle], pp. 161-168
[14].
Albi Rosenthal. Autograph Collecting from Goethe to Stefan Zweig [Julia Rosenthal], pp. 169-179. Pages 180-192 contains 23 various photographs
[15].
Stefan Zweig. Briefe an William Rose [Rüdiger Görner], pp. 193-204. Contains 18 letters, 1 telegram, and 1 postcard from Stefan Zweig to William Rose, 24 April 1934 - 2 August 1939. There is also one letter from Friderike Zweig to William Rose, 9 June 1934
[16].
Biographien, pp. 205-208
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