S’il y a bien quelque chose que je regrette, c’est de ne pas m’être contrainte, avant d’aller voir Harry Potter à l’école des sorciers au cinéma en 2001, à figer dans mon esprit le visage que j’avais attribué à chaque personnage en lisant les premiers tomes du récit. 1,305 more words
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It would be foolhardy to count on the conscience of the world.
– Stefan Zweig
La Belle Jade:
Wisdom is universal.
I saw this line before and today I felt especially strong when found it at 31 more words
Why do we decide to read the books that we do? My totally scientific guess would be that it’s a heady combination of recommendations, attractive cover art and clever marketing. 1,223 more words
Stefan Zweig was an Austrian by birth, a European by instinct and vocation, an author and poet who became the most translated writer in Europe in the 1930s, a Jew, an exile, a refugee, who in spite of two world wars and exile continued to write and travel and argue – until in 1942 he and his wife took their own lives in Brazil. 915 more words