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Robert Neumann : mit eigener Feder : Aufsätze, Briefe, Nachlassmaterialien / Franz Stadler (Hrsg.).

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    Der österreichische Schriftsteller Robert Neumann (1897-1975), Exilant und Vizepräsident des PEN International, war auch ein streitbarer antifaschistischer Publizist. Seine politisch-literarischen Aufsätze, seine Briefe und biographischen Dokumente ergeben ein lebendiges und facettenreiches Bild des literarischen Lebens in Deutschland und Österreich (vor 1933/nach 1958) und des Exils in England (1933-1958).

    Robert Neumann (1897-1975), Austrian exiled author and vice president of the PEN International, was a disputatious antifascist writer. His essays, his letters and biograpical documents give a vivid portrait of the diversity of literary life in Germany and Austria (before 1933/after 1958) and of exile in England (1933-1958).
    Variant Title
    Mit eigener Feder : Aufsätze, Briefe, Nachlassmaterialien
    Format
    Online resource
    Author/Creator
    Neumann, Robert, 1897-1975.
    Published
    Innsbruck : StudienVerlag, [2013]
    ©2013
    Other Authors/Editors
    Stadler, Franz, 1946-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
    German and English.

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    Language
    German English
    ISBN
    9783706550819
    3706550814
    Physical Description
    1 online resource (925 pages)

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