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Sternstunden der Menschheit - Decisive Moments in History

I first read Sternstunden der Menschheit (Decisive Moments in History) by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig as a young man. The collection of miniatures about events that changed the world, such as Robert Scott and his expedition to reach the South Pole, is achingly beautiful and as suspenseful as a novel that must be devoured at once. 226 more words

Librarian's Choice: Gripped from the start

This blog is from Louise a library assistant working in Morley Library.

Something that often comes up between us readers are our reading style or habits. 803 more words


Confusion - Stefan Zweig

Editorial note: there will be spoilers in the penultimate paragraph of this post as it is impossible to express my concerns with this novella otherwise. With the understanding that some people disapprove of such reveals even in a ninety year old book, I have kept these until the very end. 732 more words


Olaganüstü Bir Gece

Viyana’da da burjuva aileye mensup bir adamın yaşadığı ve hayatının değişmesine sebep olan olağanüstü bir gece’yi anlatıyor kitap. Stefan Zweig yazdığı 69 sayfadan oluşan kısacık bir kitap ama bence derinliği sayfa sayısının kat kat üstünde. 533 more words

Cafea + Balzac... stim. Dar Balzac Brothers + cafea?

Toata lumea a auzit de povestea scriitorului Honoré de Balzac si de programul lui de lucru de-a dreptul imposibil, de nenumaratele cafele pe care le consuma peste zi. 476 more words


Stefan Zweig, Farewell to Europe

This film seems consistently to be garnering very warm reviews — NYT, The Observer, Variety, IndieWire and the LARB.


Coming soon: China's Stefan Zweig

My book on the fascinating reception history of the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) in the Chinese-speaking world is forthcoming with University of Hawai’i Press… 10 more words