One of the most significant donations ever made to the British Library, the Stefan Zweig Collection comprises over two hundred remarkable items assembled by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig (1881–1942) and his heirs.
Richly varied in form and content, it offers deep insights into European culture and history over several centuries, as well as into Zweig’s own modes of engagement with that heritage. as such the collection forms a worthy part of the British Library’s internationally preeminent holdings. This illustrated catalogue provides new descriptions of the 87 literary and historical works in the British Library’s Zweig Collection.
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