Stefan Zweig - "Ich wünschte, dass ich Ihnen ein wenig fehlte". Briefe an Lotte Zweig 1934-1940

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Edited with copious notes and translations by Oliver Matuschek. 367p. Illustrated. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag [copyright S. Fischer Verlag], 2013 [Fischer Klassik. Hardcover]

Teil I: 1 May 1934 - 14 June 1935. Introduction, pp. 9-15. Letters, pp. 15-135

1934

1.
Stefan Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 12 letters and 4 postcards, 1 May 1934 - 9 September 1934
2.
Friderike Maria Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 1 letter, Mid-July 1934
3.
Lotte Altmann to Manfred Altmann [her brother], 1 postcard, 31 December 1934

1935

45.
Stefan Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 39 letters and 3 potcards, 6 January 1935 - 24 December 1935
46.
Stefan Zweig to the French Consulate in London, 1 letter, 14 June 1935

Teil II: 30 April 1936 - 9 November 1938. Introduction, pp. 139-142. Letters, pp. 143-227

1936

6.
Stefan Zweig to Friderike Maria Zweig, 4 letters, April and Beginning of May 1936
7.
Stefan Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 14 Letters, 20 June 1936 - 20 December 1936

1937

8.
Stefan Zweig to Friderike Maria Zweig, 1 letter, Beginning of 1937
9.
Friderike Maria Zweig to Stefan Zweig, 2 letters, 21 March and 30 July 1937
10.
Johann Thalhuber [Zweig's gardener in Bath] to Stefan Zweig, 1 letter, ca. March 1937
11.
Stefan Zweig to Alix von Winternitz [Friderike Maria's daughter], 1 letter, 29 July 1937
12.
Alfred Zweig [Zweig's brother] to Stefan Zweig, 2 letters, 10 and 11 September 1937
13.
Stefan Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 7 letters and 5 postcards, 21 March - 26 November 1937

1938: Introduction , pp. 217-224

14.
Stefan Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 1 postdard, 8 November 1938
15.
Stefan Zweig to Lotte Altmann, 1 letter, 9 November 1938

Teil III: 20 and 21 December - 25 June 1940. Introduction, pp. 231-233. Letters, pp. 233-316

1938 <lst start=16> Lotte Atkamm to Eva altmann [Lotte's niece], 1 letter, 20/21 December 1938.