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The Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1961), by Richard Strauss, is a collection of letters between von Hofmannsthal and the famous opera composer Richard Strauss, with whom he collaborated on six operas.

Drawings and Watercolours by Vincent van Gogh (1955), with notes by Douglas Cooper, has color images by the Dutch painter van Gogh, accompanied by von Hofmannsthal's essay, "Colors."

Selected Prose (1952), translated by Mary Hottinger and Tania and James Stern, is a selection of prose works by von Hofmannsthal, with an introduction by Hermann Broch.

Selected Essays (1955), edited by Mary E. Gilbert, is a collection of essays by von Hofmannsthal.

Schnitzler, Hofmannsthal, and the Austrian Theatre (1992), by W. E. Yates, includes discussion of von Hofmannsthal's theatrical productions in the context of the history of theater in Austria.

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