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Confusion by Stefan Zweig

Author – Stefan Zweig

Rating -5/5

Year of Publication – 1927

Setting- Berlin

Page Count – 153

Publisher- Pushkin Press

Zweig has this quality of making you completely immerse in his poetic writing, his insight into the core of a human mind is just astounding. 512 more words

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Midnight Thoughts

What do you do when it’s midnight and you can’t sleep? You write a blog post of course! Haha.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, it’s a known fact. 1,094 more words

Knitting

Secret Vienna: The World of Literature in the Past and the Present

After the long Easter holidays, I am back in our beautiful Vienna and what better way to spend my free time than to go exploring. Once again I tagged along for an amazing tour around our beloved Vienna with… 344 more words

Wien

Springtime Zweig

What a joy to knit! My Violet Mint Zweig sweater kept me busy for much of March, and what a great pattern it was.  It’s probably the best-fitting sweater I’ve ever made for myself, and I made zero modifications to the pattern.  79 more words

Sweater

February/March Recap

Welp. I said I’d write one of these every month, and then promptly didn’t after January’s. I’m going to try again and hope for the best. 322 more words

Book Review: The World of Yesterday

I’m sixty-five years old. I’m educated and I have spent a good deal of my leisure reading and watching movies. After reading this book I find it hard to believe that I had never heard of Stefan Zweig until Rod Dreher mentioned him in a blog post a few weeks ago. 527 more words

Poetry

Violet Mints

As kids, my three sisters and I were briefly obsessed with these violet-flavored mints sold at our local European import store. While the taste was unimpressive, the color and packaging were just irresistible. 356 more words

WIPs