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AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED AND AUTOGRAPH POSTCARD SIGNED, 3 PAGES, 8VO AND OBLONG 8VO, VIENNA AND ST GILGEN, 28 JULY AND 6 OCTOBER 1911, THE LETTER TO THE CRITIC [MAXIMILIAN] HARDEN, TAKING ISSUE IN STRONG TERMS WITH AN ARTICLE OF HARDEN'S ABOUT HIS WORK, THE POSTCARD A BRIEF GREETING IN PENCIL TO MARGARETHA VON FEST
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AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED AND AUTOGRAPH POSTCARD SIGNED, 3 PAGES, 8VO AND OBLONG 8VO, VIENNA AND ST GILGEN, 28 JULY AND 6 OCTOBER 1911, THE LETTER TO THE CRITIC [MAXIMILIAN] HARDEN, TAKING ISSUE IN STRONG TERMS WITH AN ARTICLE OF HARDEN'S ABOUT HIS WORK, THE POSTCARD A BRIEF GREETING IN PENCIL TO MARGARETHA VON FEST
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# - Schnitzler, Arthur.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED AND AUTOGRAPH POSTCARD SIGNED, 3 PAGES, 8VO AND OBLONG 8VO, VIENNA AND ST GILGEN, 28 JULY AND 6 OCTOBER 1911, THE LETTER TO THE CRITIC [MAXIMILIAN] HARDEN, TAKING ISSUE IN STRONG TERMS WITH AN ARTICLE OF HARDEN'S ABOUT HIS WORK, THE POSTCARD A BRIEF GREETING IN PENCIL TO MARGARETHA VON FEST

Tieck, Ludwig. Autograph letter signed ("L. Tieck"), 1 page, 4to, recipient's endorsement, Dresden, 1 November 1823

together with letters or postcards by Thomas Mann, Emmanuel Geibel, Richard Dehmel (to Alfred Döblin, asking for tickets), Ludwig Rellstab (to Schlesinger, about a musical composition), King Ludwig II of Bavaria (signed commission), and 4 others

to an unnamed gentleman [his publisher], explaining that a serious illness has prevented him from sending the short story as promised, enquiring whether the Taschenbuch project is still in progress and if so whether he could send a story for the coming year


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Tieck's collected short stories began appearing in 1823.

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