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Arnold Zweig (10 November 1887 – 26 November 1968) was a German writer and anti-war and antifascist activist. He is best known for his six-part cycle on World War I.
Arnold Zweig was one of many celebrated literary figures whose friendship Freud cultivated. Their common interests in Judaism, pacifism, and such historical figures as Napoleon, Nietzsche, and Moses brought them particularly close. 1968a ). The letters of Sigmund Freud and Arnold Zweig (Ernst L. Freud, E. Professor and Mrs. W. D. Robson-Scott, Trans.
Erziehung vor Verdun. Die Novellen um Claudia. De Vriendt kehrt heim. Das Beil von Wandsbek. Das ostjüdische Antlitz.
Arnold Zweig (10 November 1887 – 26 November 1968) was a German writer and anti-war and antifascist activist. Zweig volunteered for the German army in World War I and saw action as a private in France, Hungary and Serbia. He was stationed in the Western Front at the time when Judenzählung (the Jewish census) was administered in the German army. Shaken by the experience, he wrote in his letter dated February 15, 1917 to Martin Buber: "The Judenzählung was a reflection of unheard sadness for Germany's sin and our agony. If there was no antisemitism in the army, the unbearable call to duty would be almost easy.
Zweig, too, had served in France, then in Hungary and Serbia, and finally on the Russian Front. His novel tells the story of a Russian prisoner-of-war, Grischa, who escapes, is recaptured, tried as a spy, and executed. His sentence is unjust; and his cause is taken up by a German lieutenant and sergeant, to no avail. Born in 1887 in Grosz-Glogau, into a quite assimilated Jewish family, Arnold Zweig was a highly educated man of wide culture with a vast knowledge of German, French, and English literature, and with a special interest in psychiatry. Like any European Jew, he was well aware of how his people had been persecuted, for centuries, in country after country; and he did not fool himself that anti-Semitism, ever present continent-wide, was about to disappear - indeed, he made that predicament a constant subject of his work.
Stefan Zweig was born on the 28th november 1881 in Wien (Austria). Ein Stummfilm von Hans Steinhoff nach einer Vorlage von Stefan Zweig Musik von Florian C. Reithner. Orchester FILMharmonie Dirigent: Florian C. MuTh – Konzertsaal der Wiener Sängerknaben Am Augartenspitz 1 1020 Wien.
Arnold Zweig had planned to be a teacher, but during his education he began to devote considerable time to writing; his earliest short stories date from 1909. His first novel, a series of episodes unified by a central character, Claudia, appeared in 1912. Traces of his careful, ironic style are apparent in that early work, an experimental book in which he portrayed the sufferings and growth of a sensitive, upper-class woman as she strives, while married to a shy professor, to free herself from her inhibitions and release her natural forces.
Arnold Zweig’s Outside Verdun, first published in 1935, is a reckoning with both the human cost of that campaign and the subsequent mythologisation of it by the nationalists.
Arnold Zweig was a German writer and anti-war and antifascist activist. Walter Benjamin, Bertolt Brecht, Arnold Zweig. FREE shipping on qualifying offers.
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|A1||Der Englische Garten, Sonette I, III, IV, VII
Read By – Egon Aderhold
|A2||Aus Einem Interview Mit Arnold Zweig
Speech – Klaus Helbig
|A3||Rückkehr Aus Der Eimigration. Feierstunde Am 20. Oktober 1948 Im Klub Der Kulturschaffenden Zu Berlin (Ausschnitte)
Speech – Arnold Zweig, Friedrich WolfSpeech [Reporter] – Horst Heydeck
|B1||Der Streit Um Den Sergeanten Grischa. 1. Buch. Aus Dem Kapitel IV "Der Wald"
Consultant – Johanna RudolphDirected By – Ulrich RabowRead By – Erwin Geschonneck
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- Design – Semder*
- Photography By – Meffert*
- Sleeve Notes – Johanna Rudolph
- Written By – Arnold Zweig (tracks: A1, B1)
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