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Stefan Zweig on My Mind

I’ve been thinking a lot about the 1930s recently, what with the rise of xenophobia and intolerance on both sides of the Atlantic and the current supremacy of Donald Trump and the Brexiteers. 259 more words


Stefan Zweig kitaplarına bayılıyorum. Bu kısacık kitapları bir solukta okuyup bitirdiğinizde, okuyucuya derin bir anlam bırakıyor.

DR B. Hitler yönetimi tarafında alı konur. Bu sıradan bir hapis değildir. 166 more words

Triumph and Disaster

Triumph and Disaster – Five Historical Miniatures
By Stefan Zweig
Pushkin Press – £9.99

Enthusiasm, unlike a pickle/Does not keep well, but may prove fickle. 337 more words


[Last Film I Watched] Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948)

Title: Letter from an Unknown Woman
Year: 1948
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director: Max Ophüls
Screenplay: Howard Koch
based on the novel of Stefan Zweig… 428 more words

Film Review

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