Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1946, 1947.
- 1946, 1947.
2 items (3 leaves).
- In German.
- Emil Zuckerkandl was the grandson of the anatomist Emil Zuckerkandl (1849-1910). During World War II he lived in Algeria with his parents, Fritz Zuckerkandl and Gertrud Zuckerkandl-Stekel, and his grandmother Bertha Zuckerkandl (1864-1945). He grew up speaking German but was a writer in French, as well as a translator from German to French. At this time his permanent residence was in France; however, in 1947 he was studying in the U.S., in Illinois (he mentions the study of physiology).
- A significant topic in both items is Zuckerkandl's French translation of Franz Werfel's story Eine blassblaue Frauenschrift, for which he was seeking a publisher. A number of informative references to Emil can be found in the correspondence of his grandmother; see under: Zuckerkandl, Bertha, 1864-1945.
- Contained In:
- Mahler-Werfel Papers. Folder 1407.
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