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S Mtliche Werke Romane Gedichte Erz Hlungen Autobiographische Schriften Vollst Ndige Ausgabe

Author: Stefan Zweig
Publisher: e-artnow
ISBN: 8026816773
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Dieses eBook: "Sämtliche Werke (Romane + Gedichte + Erzählungen + Autobiographische Schriften) - Vollständige Ausgabe" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen. Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) war ein österreichischer Schriftsteller. Inhalt: Jeremias – Eine dramatische Dichtung in neun Bildern Die Liebe der Erika Ewald – Novellen Drei Dichter ihres Lebens (Casanova-Stendhal-Tolstoi) Drei Meister: Balzac – Dickens – Dostojewski Brasilien Der Kampf mit dem Dämon: Hölderlin – Kleist – Nietzsche Erstes Erlebnis – Vier Geschichten aus Kinderland Marie Antoinette Die Heilung durch den Geist: Mesmer – Mary Baker-Eddy – Freud Die Welt von Gestern – Erinnerungen eines Europäers Joseph Fouché – Bildnis eines politischen Menschen Amok – Novellen einer Leidenschaft Triumph und Tragik des Erasmus von Rotterdam Maria Stuart Verwirrung der Gefühle Vergessene Träume Die gleich-ungleichen Schwestern Untergang eines Herzens Angst Sternstunden der Menschheit Magellan Amerigo – Die Geschichte eines historischen Irrtums Castellio gegen Calvin Die Ungeduld des Herzens Marceline Desbordes-Valmore – Das Lebensbild einer Dichterin Romain Rolland – Der Mann und das Werk Die frühen Kränze – Gedichte Reiseberichte (Europa, Rußland) Die unsichtbare Sammlung – Novellen Das Buch als Eingang zur Welt Kurze Texte über historische Persönlichkeiten Über Schriftsteller Briefe an Schriftsteller Kurze Texte über Musiker und bildenden Künster/Briefe an Frans Masereel Abschiedsbrief Stefan Zweigs – Declaracão

Die Verwandlung

Author: Franz Kafka
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780203131633
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Franz Kafka is one of the most important figures in twentieth-century culture. The fascination of his work has long since reached international proportions, and the concept 'Kafkaesque' has entered the English Language as an everyday part of speech. This new edition of Kafka's famous story contains a critical introduction and notes which help to explain how the author achieves his particular effects. The editors are concerned less with what the story means then with how it blocks and baffles its reader, provoking them into an interpretation through its combination of clues and counter-clues, its questions and its uncertainties. Careful attention is therefore paid to the 'openness' of the text, to point of view, and to Kafka's use of language. The editors also consider the important biographical and cultural influences which shaped the writing of the story, and they outline some of the very different ways in which it has been interpreted --biographically, socially and psychologically. A select vocabulary, aimed at the demands of the sixth-form pupil, is also included, and the text itself is taken from the original hardback edition.

Die Liebe Der Erika Ewald

Author: Stefan Zweig
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781548788483
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Die Liebe der Erika Ewald: Novellen by Stefan Zweig

Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

Author: Stefan Zweig
Publisher: Ishi Press
ISBN: 9784871878586
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She was born to be Queen of Scotland, she was briefly the Queen of France and she had a claim to being Queen of England, which resulted in her having her head chopped off. They chopped off her head after she was found guilty of conspiring to have Queen Elizabeth (1533-1603) assassinated so that she could take power. Had she not been executed, she would eventually have become Queen of England when Elizabeth died. That was only one of the many controversies in which she was involved. Her first husband, who became the King of France, making her the Queen, died shortly thereafter and her second husband was found murdered, apparently strangled. Mary Queen of Scots (1542-1587) was believed to have been complicit in that murder. This widely acclaimed biography by Stefan Zweig is regarded as the best of the many biographies of this famous woman. The great thing about the author, Stefan Zweig, is that his biographies are smooth and easy to read. By contrast, there is a weighty tome with exactly the same title but 880 pages long. Here in 386 easy to read pages you can learn everything about Mary Queen of Scots that you will probably ever want to know.

Marie Antoinette

Author: Stefan Zweig
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 9780802139092
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A sweeping portrait of the doomed French queen follows the life and times of Marie Antoinette from her first arrival at the French court, her marriage to the aloof Louis XVI, her love affair with Swedish Count von Fersen, and her ultimate fate during the French Revolution. Reprint.

The Post Office Girl

Author: Stefan Zweig
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1590175905
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Wes Anderson on Stefan Zweig: "I had never heard of Zweig...when I just more or less by chance bought a copy of Beware of Pity. I loved this first book. I also read the The Post-Office Girl. The Grand Budapest Hotel has elements that were sort of stolen from both these books. Two characters in our story are vaguely meant to represent Zweig himself — our “Author” character, played by Tom Wilkinson, and the theoretically fictionalised version of himself, played by Jude Law. But, in fact, M. Gustave, the main character who is played by Ralph Fiennes, is modelled significantly on Zweig as well." 2009 PEN Translation Prize Finalist The logic of capitalism, boom and bust, is unremitting and unforgiving. But what happens to human feeling in a completely commodified world? In The Post-Office Girl, Stefan Zweig, a deep analyst of the human passions, lays bare the private life of capitalism.Christine toils in a provincial post office in post–World War I Austria, a country gripped by unemployment. Out of the blue, a telegram arrives from Christine’s rich American aunt inviting her to a resort in the Swiss Alps. Christine is immediately swept up into a world of inconceivable wealth and unleashed desire. She feels herself utterly transformed: nothing is impossible. But then, abruptly, her aunt cuts her loose. Christine returns to the post office, where yes, nothing will ever be the same. Christine meets Ferdinand, a bitter war veteran and disappointed architect, who works construction jobs when he can get them. They are drawn to each other, even as they are crushed by a sense of deprivation, of anger and shame. Work, politics, love, sex: everything is impossible for them. Life is meaningless, unless, through one desperate and decisive act, they can secretly remake their world from within. Cinderella meets Bonnie and Clyde in Zweig’s haunting and hard-as-nails novel, completed during the 1930s, as he was driven by the Nazis into exile, but left unpublished at the time of his death. The Post-Office Girl, available here for the first time in English, transforms our image of a modern master’s achievement.

Edge Of Irony

Author: Marjorie Perloff
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022605442X
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Among the brilliant writers and thinkers who emerged from the multicultural and polyglot world of the Austro-Hungarian Empire were Sigmund Freud, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Franz Kafka, and Paul Celan. For them, the trauma of the First World War included the sudden dissolution of the geographical entity into which they were born. Austria, the small, fragile republic that emerged from the Empire in 1918, became in Karl Kraus s words the research laboratory for world destruction. In this major reconsideration of European modernism, Marjorie Perloff identifies and explores the aesthetic world that emerged from the rubble of WWI Vienna and other former Hapsburg territoriesan Austro-Modernist ethos that strangely anticipates the darkness and cynicism of our own disillusioned twenty-first-century culture. Perloff introduces works in a variety of genresdrama (Kraus s Last Days of Mankind ), the novel (Roth s The Radetzky March ), the essay (central to Robert Musil s The Man without Qualities ), the memoir (Elias Canetti s The Tongue Set Free ), the lyric poem (Celan s love poetry), and the philosophical notebook (Wittgenstein)so as to give even non-specialists a sense of the complex and troubled literary scene created in the shadow of empire and war. These writers created a deeply skeptical and resolutely individualistic modernismone much less ideologically charged, for example, than its counterpart in Germany. Austro-Modernism was not avant-garde in the usual senses, Perloff shows. But its savage and grotesquely comic irony, its conviction, most memorably expressed by Wittgenstein, that argumentation was best conveyed through aphorism, its fondness for paradox and contradiction as modes of understanding, and its early embrace of an aesthetics of documentation and appropriationthese may well be the most lasting legacies of any modernist movement. Austro-Modernism emerges here as a vital alternative, not only to the French and Anglo-American modernisms that have largely defined the period, but also to Weimar and the Frankfurt School, so central to Anglo-American cultural studies."

Journey Into The Past

Author: Stefan Zweig
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1590174127
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A deep study of the uneasy heart by one of the masters of the psychological novel, Journey into the Past, published here for the first time in America, is a novella that was found among Zweig’s papers after his death. Investigating the strange ways in which love, in spite of everything—time, war, betrayal—can last, Zweig tells the story of Ludwig, an ambitious young man from a modest background who falls in love with the wife of his rich employer. His love is returned, and the couple vow to live together, but then Ludwig is dispatched on business to Mexico, and while he is there the First World War breaks out. With travel and even communication across the Atlantic shut down, Ludwig makes a new life in the New World. Years later, however, he returns to Germany to find his beloved a widow and their mutual attraction as strong as ever. But is it possible for love to survive precisely as the impossible?