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Ed with melancholy and nostalgia or a world which was slowly disappearing at the time of their writing and might not have ever entirely existed outside of his imagination His characters are highly romantic and emotional and His Stories Are Set In Lakeside Resorts stories are set in lakeside resorts hotels and small villages His characters are often strangers dispatched to these places by various accidents and struggle to ind a place where they belong Zweig enjoys employing the rame story in most of these and his narrators meet and interact with the real protagonists of these stories in hotels restaurants bars or train carriages and their plot often plays out through recollection What is notable about the stories is the almost entire absence of humor the about the stories is the almost entire absence of humor the are completely serious and melodramatic sometimes to the point of unintentional humor The only story which can be considered truly satirical involves a jealous dog but the idea is spread too thin the joke can only last or so long Similar complain can be extended to the emotional melodrama of other stories or than 700 pages this might prove too much or some readers Zweig is best read one story at a time with breaks inbetween Still Zweig s sentimentality is something that appealed to me and Is Likely To Appeal likely to appeal others the lost world of lords and ladies of great loves and emotional despair These stories may lack humor but also lack vulgarity they re innocent romantic in ways not encountered in contemporary Mindful Living with Aspergers Syndrome fiction The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig can be an excellent introduction to the author but with one majorlaw it has neither an introduction or an afterword about the author and his life and no notes regarding any of the stories La. D empathy Ranging rom love and death to aith restored and hope regained these stories present a master at work at the top of his orm Perfectly paced and brimm. Stefan Zweig was an Austrian writer who published many short stories multiple biographies and historical text and several plays and by the 1930 s became the world s most translated author His incredible popularity was cut short by Adolf Hitler rise to power As a pacifist and internationalist Zweig was

DEEPLY OPPOSED TO NAZISM AND LEFT to Nazism and left native Austria or England where he met his second wife Lotte Attman As Hitler s troops successfully advanced westward the Zweigs crossed the Atlantic Ocean and arrived in New York City where they lived and traveled before settling down in Petr polis a mountain town in southeastern Brazil Petr polis was to be their last residence on February 23 in 1942 Space Kid feeling that he had no country and strength to live in a worldilled with Nazism and intolerance Zweig Committed Suicide Together With His Wife committed suicide together with his wife bodies were ound holding handsAlthough at one time Zweig enjoyed intentional popularity envied by most other authors in contemporary times his work has been largely slipping out of print and into oblivion in the English speaking world Several publishing houses have been trying to combat this trend and resurrect interest in Zweig and his work The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig by Pushkin Press is perhaps the most comprehensive single collection of his short iction currently available in English Translated rom German by Anthea Bell the volume collects 22 of Zweig s short stories anthologized chronologically and spanning his whole career including three published posthumously but does not include his most amous novella Chess Story also known as The Royal Game which I had to read separately and review hereThe stories themselves are wash. In this magnificent collection of Stefan Zweig's short stories the very best and worst of human nature are captured with sharp observation understanding and vivi.  ,

The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig