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Bookreview: Stefan Zweig “Meisternovellen”

Were the remarks concerning Iréne Nemirovsky‘s “Jezabel” (see “Jézabel”) too harsh? Not if one has read Stefan Zweig’s “Brief einer Unbekannten”. It is a masterly short novel – or long story – which leaves a deep impression. 1,420 more words

Culture

La discriminación de la tecla borrar

Parece que la tenemos miedo, que tratamos de evitarla cuando paseamos nuestros dedos en el teclado, una tripulante incómoda a la hora de escribir. Es el símbolo vritual del folio en la papelera. 55 more words

Literatura

”El Jazz se suicidó
pero no dejó suicidarse a la poesía” (Jack Kerouac)

El Rock se suicidó en los ochenta
y aunque resucitó en los noventa… 94 more words

Poesía

Book review: “Marceline Desbordes-Valmore; Textes Choisis"

Stefan Zweig was rather impressed by her poems, according to his “Begegnungen mit Büchern”. (See Stefan Zweig) But Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, autodidact romantic poet, not only wrote poetry. 1,311 more words

Culture

Book review: Stefan Zweig’s meetings with books

This collection of columns, essays, and articles by Stefan Zweig is actually called “Begegnungen mit Menschen Büchern Städten” and the edition I read dated from 1955. 1,179 more words

Book Reviews

Beware of Pity by Stefan Zweig (tr. Anthea Bell)

This month the members of my book group are reading Jewish author Stefan Zweig’s only full-length novel, Beware of Pity, which he completed in 1938… 1,596 more words

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