Stefan Zweig


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Noun1.Stefan Zweig - Austrian writer (1881-1942)
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On rencontre Averroes, Stefan Zweig, la bibliotheque d'Alexandrie mais aussi ces lecteurs anonymes, inconnus mais neanmoins passionnes, sans lesquels le livre n'existerait.
The Casa Stefan Zweig announced on Monday that Austrian Ambassador Irene Giner-Reichl had accepted Brazil's highest award for foreign citizens, the National Order of the Southern Cross (ONCS), from Brazilian Foreign Minister Aloysio Nunes on behalf of the deceased Austrian author.
El ultimo libro que Fernando Savater escribio, junto con su esposa Sara Torres antes de que esta falleciera, es Aqui viven leones, se trata segun la critica de un vigoroso ensayo a traves de las guaridas de los grandes escritores entre los que figuran el mexicano Alfonso Reyes y el austriaco Stefan Zweig, recomendable leerlo.
This study analyzes the work of German Jewish writers including Stefan Zweig, Joseph Roth, and Lion Feuchtwanger to explore the representation of Jews in modern German-speaking cosmopolitanist thought in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The film traces Stefan Zweig, an author who leaves Austria in 1936 for South America in order to escape the spectre of Nazism.
People of great prominence in 20th-century history are among the correspondents, including Albert Einstein, Franz Werfel, Theodor Hertzl, Stefan Zweig, C.
Was Sigmund Freud a German intellectual, and how about Arthur Schnitzler, Stefan Zweig, Joseph Roth, Ludwig Wittgenstein, or Karl Kraus?
22, 1942, in a rented house in Petropolis, Brazil, the Austrian playwright, journalist, novelist, and cultural patron Stefan Zweig and his wife, Lotte, took an overdose of barbiturates each after entering into a suicide pact.
People of great prominence in 20th-century history are among the correspondents: Franz Werfel, Theodor Hertzl, Stefan Zweig, C.
Reitter's considerations of Kafka, Wittgenstein, and Stefan Zweig are especially strong in this respect.
Home to great minds like Sigmund Freud, Stefan Zweig and Gustav Mahler, Vienna in 1897 voted in the openly anti-Semitic mayor Karl Lueger who would stay in power for 13 years.
The opening show, on June 3, is "Amok," Alexis Moncorge's theatrical adaptation of the acclaimed novel of the same name by Austrian novelist Stefan Zweig.