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The archive contains typed and handwritten manuscripts of Paula Buber's works, correspondence, her notebooks, essays, articles and short stories and material about her.

כותר Paula Buber archive.: -Archive of Paula Buber -Georg Munk archive
כותרים נוספים Archive of Paula Buber
Georg Munk archive
ארכיון פאולה בובר
שנה 1901-2008
הערת ציטוט ARC. 4* 1689, Paula Buber archive, Archives Department, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem.
הערות Fonds Record
Georg Munk is the literary pseudonym of Paula Buber
Paula Buber (nee Winkler) was born in Munich in 1877. She met Martin Buber at the University of Zurich in 1899 and they married in 1907. The couple had two children, Rafael (whose archive is in the department) and Eva. In 1901 she wrote two articles for Herzl's "Die Welt". Her first book was published in 1912 under the pseudonym Georg Munk and she used this name for all her books. After Franz Rosenzweig's death, she was Buber's main advisor for his translation of the Bible into German. The family moved to Jerusalem in 1938 after their house in Heppenheim was destroyed in Kristallnacht. As a reaction to events Paula wrote the book "Muckensturm". She accompanied Buber on many of his travels and in 1958, on the way back to Israel, she died in Venice, where she is buried. Martin Buber published a collection of her tales with the title "Geister und Menschen" posthumously.
Language note/הערת שפה: The material is mainly in German, with some material in English.
היסטורית בעלים Arrived as part of Martin Buber's archive in 1966, which was willed to the Library and brought by Rafael Buber. In 1992 Paula's literary estate was separated from Martin Buber's archive and became a separate archive.
תיאור 1.95 m..
שפה גרמנית
אנגלית
מספר מדף/סרט/תיק ARC. 4* 1689
מספר מערכת 990026499070205171
תצוגת MARC

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