Stefan Zweig. The World of Yesterday's Humanist Today

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[1983]: State University of New York Press, Albany, NY

Stefan Zweig. The World of Yesterday's Humanist Today. Proceedings of the Stefan Zweig Symposium. Edited by Marion Sonnenfeld. xii/357p. To mark the centennial of Zweig's birth, a symposium was held at the State University of New York at Fredonia, 30 March - 2 April 1981. The symposium was cosponsored by the College at Fredonia and the Republic of Austria


Preface [Marion Sonnenfeld], pp. (xi)-xii


Some Introductory Observations on Stefan Zweig’s World of Yesterday [Georg Iggers], pp. (1)-9
The World of Yesterday in the View of an Intellectual Historian [Wilma Iggers], pp. (10)-19

Zweig and France [Andrée Pénot, Coordinator]

The Quest for Reason - Stefan Zweig’s and Romain Rolland’s Struggle for Pan-European Unity [Helene Kastinger Riley], pp. (20)-31
Stefan Zweig - The Man of the Hour and the Consistent Humanist [Brenda Keiser], pp. (32)-39
Friendship and Kinship between Georges Duhamel and Stefan Zweig [Claire Hoch], pp. (40)-63

Zweig and Judaism [George Browder, Coordinator]

Into the Bourgeoisie - A Study of the Family of Stefan Zweig and Jewish Social Mobility, 1750-1880 [Leo Spitzer], pp. (64)-81
Stefan Zweig and the Illusion of the Jewish European [Leon Botstein], pp. (82)-110
The Ideal of Eternal Homelessness - Stefan Zweig and Judaism [Klara Carmely], pp. (111)-117

Zweig’s Interpretation of History [Julius Paul, Coordinator

History As Literature - Stefan Zweig’s Sternstunden der Menschheit [Stephen Howard Garrin], pp. (118)-127
The Worm in the Rose - Historical Destiny and Individual Action in Stefan Zweig’s Vision of History [Lionel B. Steiman], pp. (128)-156

Zweig the Humanizer in Literature [Marion Sonnenfeld, Coordinator]

The Humane Ideal in Stefan Zweig’s Novelle - Some Complications and Limitations [David Turner], pp. (157)-167
Narrative Technique and Psychological Analysis in Two Novellas by Stefan Zweig [Ann Clark Fehn and Ulrike S. Rettig], pp. (168)-176
Portrayal of the Elderly in Stefan Zweig’s Novella “Vierundzwanzig Stunden aus dem Leben einer Frau” [Gerd Schneider], pp. (177)-185
Zweig as Dramatist [Peter J. Marcris], pp. (186)-194
The Spirit of Humanism as Reflected in Stefan Zweig’s Dramatic Works [Donald G. Daviau], pp. (195)-209
Stefan Zweig’s “Big Balzac” [Joseph Strelka], pp. (210)-216

Zweig and Richard Strauss[A. Cutler Silliman, Coordinator]

Zweig’s Contribution to Strauss Opera after Die schweigsame Frau - New Evidence [Bryan Gilliam], pp. (217)-226
Politics and Psychology of Die schweigsame Frau [Michael P. Steinberg], pp. (227)-235

Zweig the Correspondent [John Saulitis, Coordinator]

Stefan Zweig and Emil Ludwig [Johanna Roden], pp. (236)-245

Zweig the Emigrant [Robert Rie, Coordinator]

Stefan Zweig - A Wanderer between Two Worlds [Editha S. Neumann], pp. (246)-253
Emigration - A Contributing Factor to Stefan Zweig’s Suicide [Rosi Cohen], pp. (254)-261

Zweig in Brazil [Osvaldo Chinchon, Coordinator]

Brazil As Seen by Stefan Zweig [Sonja Karsen], pp. (262)-268
Beyond Memory - Stefan Zweig’s Last Days [Erdmute Wenzel White], pp. (269)-275
Stefan Zweig and Georges Bernanos in Brazil - An Encounter [Jean-Jacques Lafaye], pp. (276)-281
The Zweigs and Gabriela Mistral in Petropolis [Frances Hernandez], pp. (282)-288
Death in Paradise - Some Revelations About Stefan Zweig’s Presence in Brazil [Alberto Dines], pp. (289)-301

Closing Address

The Burning Secret of Stephen Branch, or a Cautionary Tale About a Physician Who Could Not Heal Himself [Harry Zohn], pp. (302)-313

Appendix: Zweig Today

Zweig in Film [Mimi Grossberg], pp. (314)-319
Comments on Letter from an Unknown Woman [Henry Salerno, Carol Brownson, Robert Deming, David Meerse, James Shokoff], pp. (320)-323
The State of Stefan Zweig Research - An Update [Randolph J. Klawiter], pp. (324)-340
Symposium Program, pp. (341)-343
Index [compiled by Yvonne Wilensky], pp. (344)-357