Ulrich Weinzierl

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Ulrich Weinzierl

Ulrich Weinzierl was born in Vienna in 1954. He studied German literature and was cultural correspondent firstly for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and then Die Welt from the 1980’s till 2013. He has been awarded the Johann Heinrich Merck Prize and the Alfred Kerr Prize amongst others. The Joint editor of Alfred Polgar’s works, he has written books on Carl Seelig (1982), Alfred Polgar (1985, new edition 2005) and Arthur Schnitzler (1994). Zsolnay published Hofmannsthal. Skizzen zu seinem Bild in 2005, and most recently Alfred Polgar: Marlene. Bild einer berühmten Zeitgenossin.


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Stefan Zweig’s Burning Secret

Stefan Zweig’s Burning Secret

The life and work of Stefan Zweig from a radical new perspective. Who was – who is – Stefan Zweig? A writer read worldwide to this day, the first true European in German literature and a man ...

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Marlene

Marlene

Originally written in 1937/38, this book was discovered by Ulrich Weinzierl decades later in New York. Now, for the first time, Alfred Polgar’s brief yet scintillating biography of Marlene ...

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Hofmannsthal

Hofmannsthal

"He was the greatest writer of our age" noted Arthur Schnitzler in his diary in July 1929, just a few days after Hugo von Hofmannsthal's death. "Few people have been idolised as unquestioningly ...

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2005 Hofmannsthal. Skizzen zu seinem Bild

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl)
1982 Carl Seelig, Schriftsteller
1985 Alfred Polgar. Eine Biographie
2007 Alfred Polgar. Poetische Kritik und die Prosa der Verhältnisse
2015 Stefan Zweigs brennendes Geheimnis