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New Video Celebrating 50 Years of the Stefan Zweig Collection at Fredonia

Watch the new video celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stefan Zweig Collection at Fredonia. The video features interviews with Associate Professor of English Birger Vanwesenbeeck, Instructor of Piano/Collaborative Piano Anne Kissel, Archivist Kim Taylor, and several Fredonia students who have worked directly with some of the documents in the collection.

Stefan Zweig

Sticks, The Outing, Chess, The Huntress, plus This Week's Lunch Reads

Pretty pleased with my newly instilled lunch reading routine, and sneaking in some very short pieces throughout the workday breaks the routine and gives me something to look forward to during self-designated (story) breaks: 264 more words

Satranç. Stefan Zweig.

Satranç. Stefan Zweig. Çeviren: Ayça Sabuncuoğlu, Can Yayınları, 49. Baskı, 2015.

Bu uzun öykü, Stefan Zweig’ın eşiyle birlikte intihar etmeden önce bitirdiği son anlatı. Bu bilgiyle yaklaşınca, insan kitapta intihar eğiliminin izini sürebilir miyim diye merak ediyor. 165 more words

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My Thoughts on 'Marie Antoinette' by Stefan Zweig

‘Marie Antoinette’ is one of the earliest full-length biographies, which focuses on the controversial last queen of France. The book is so persuasive and moving, that it continues to inspire modern day interpretations of this doomed queen’s story – including a film adaptation in 2006! 1,348 more words

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This Week's Lunch Reads


I’m not a fan of squinting at pages of text on my phone, nor do I like lugging a huge tome around, which calls for a little preparation for when I’m not at home. 135 more words

Leseempfehlungen: Novellen von Stefan Zweig

Ich habe kürzlich drei Novellen von Stefan Zweig gelesen (nämlich Episode an Genfer See, die unsichtbare Sammlung und die Gouvernante) und ich dachte, dass ich sie mit Euch teilen soll, da sie sehr ergreifend sind. 213 more words

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THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), the concierge of the lavish Grand Budapest Hotel, a castle-like structure that sits among mountain tops in the far eastern edges of pre-war Europe, travels with his protégé Zero (Tony Revolori) to attend the reading of the last will and testament of one Madame D. 1,430 more words

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