Stefan Zweig’s Correspondence with Famous Authors Deposited at Hebrew University

Stefan Zweig, noted Austrian-Jewish author who committed suicide together with his wife in Brazil last week, turned over all his correspondence with famous authors to the National Library of the Hebrew University in 1933, it was announced today by the head of the library, Prof. George Weil. Zweig’s files were later supplemented by more letters, which, however, may not be published until a decade after his death, according to the provisions of his will.

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