[zwahyg, swahyg; German tsvahyk]
- Ar·nold [ahr-nuh ld; German ahr-nawlt] /ˈɑr nəld; German ˈɑr nɔlt/, 1887–1968, German novelist, essayist, and dramatist.
- Ste·fan [stef-uh n, -ahn; German shte-fahn] /ˈstɛf ən, -ɑn; German ˈʃtɛ fɑn/, 1881–1942, Austrian dramatist, critic, biographer, and novelist.
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Were you flipping through a Zweig novel and suddenly got inspired to write the film?Wes Anderson Takes Us Inside ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel,’ His Most Exquisite Film
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One feels the same sense of dislocation reading Zweig, his world is indeed a “world of yesterday”.
Many authors are lauded for successfully capturing the zeitgeist but Zweig outdid them all.
Zweig was born into an affluent Jewish family in Vienna in 1881.
Three years later, Zweig died in Brazil in a double suicide with his wife.This Week’s Hot Reads: Jan. 26, 2012
January 26, 2012
Zweig has steered his course skilfully between the dangers of archaism and anachronism.The Forerunners
- Arnold (ˈarnɔlt). 1887–1968, German novelist, famous for his realistic war novel The Case of Sergeant Grischa (1927)
- Stefan (ˈʃtɛfan). 1881–1942, Austrian novelist, dramatist, essayist, and poet