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Recommended Reading: George Prochnik's The Impossible Exile

George Prochnik’s The Impossible Exile: Stefan Zweig at the End of the World* is an amalgam of forms, combining elements of biography, family history, intellectual and cultural history, and literary criticism. 515 more words

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Chess/Stefan Zweig

Finally, as the deadline approached, we decided to risk the move. McConnor had already put out his hand to the pawn to move it to the last square when he felt his arm abruptly taken, while someone whispered quietly and urgently, ‘For God’s sake, no!’ 1,136 more words

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Review: The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig

The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig is a combined study on human behavior and Austrian life. Each story examines behavior, with great detail within the boundaries of Austria’s social standards and mores. 563 more words

Judaism

Review: The Post Office Girl

Here I am, writing another review of a book written by Stefan Zweig. This one is entitled The Post Office Girl. It is a book that concerns a female postal clerk in a small town in Austria. 428 more words

Book Reviews

Review: the Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig

The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig is a combined study on human behavior and Austrian life. Each story examines behavior, with great detail within the boundaries of Austria’s social standards and mores. 497 more words

Book Reviews

Wes Anderson

The Grand Budapest Hotel— based on the works of Stefan Zweig, with whom I familiar as the librettist for Richard Strauss’s operas Die schweigsame Frau… 212 more words

Cinema