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Moriz Scheyer

Moriz Scheyer (1886-1949) was a significant critic, essayist and travel writer, within the literary and cultural milieu of pre-war Vienna. As arts editor of the city’s main newspaper, Neues Wiener Tagblatt, from 1924 until 1938, he knew such figures as Gustav Mahler and Joseph Roth, and was a personal friend of Stefan Zweig and Bruno Walter.

In his lifetime he published three books inspired by his travels in the Near East and South America, as well as three volumes of literary-historical essays. Scheyer called his memoir of his wartime experiences ‘A Survivor’, and seems to have sought its publication. After his death in 1949, however, his stepson destroyed the manuscript. Or thought he did. Recently Scheyer’s grandsons discovered a carbon copy in their father’s attic. Asylum is P.N. Singer’s translation of the manuscript, to which he has added an epilogue on the people, events and context.