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STUFF THIS YOU CAN READlike this can read The Dancer Who Flew: A Memoir of Rudolf Nureyev full reviewUnforced Intimacy Buchmendel by Stefan ZweigOriginal Reviewrom the German and English editions 2002 06 03Someone might say that there is a danger of a kind of blinkered euphoria surrounding a writer like Zweig the mobilising of an army of too easily won over devotees Sunday supplement blurb believers who can recognise a compelling novel or novella but misjudge the modernist credentials of writing which an experienced critic is seeking so that someone can line that writer up alongside the true innovators of twentieth century literature in German terms Musil Mann Kafka et al But then what really matters in the end whether a ew axe grinding critics are convinced or whether a won over reader is inwardly rewarded The Invisible CollectionBuchmendelIt s a 45The thing is i do believe that Zweig was a genius You don t uite realize how great the book is you are way too immersed in the stories and even though you get glimpses of how grand the lines you are currently reading are you have to inish the book to ully understand the experience Whenever i inish one of his stories i can only think of them as little miracles That s what his stories are little miracles. Extraordinary emotion stories of all that is human crushed by the movements of history of letters that ill a young heart or drive a person towards death of obsession and desire They will stay with the reader or ev. Books 1 Did he do it Reminiscent of Cujo2 Leporella and Wondrak
My Twisted Mind Remindstwisted mind reminds of
CarrieDolores Claiborne women who were denied their love in their early lives and or hadClaiborne women who were denied their love in their early lives and or had exposure to the external worldZweig writes in a gentlemanly way of the obsessions of the characters coming The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School from the situations theyaced in their lives The torments are written really well tortuous really sometimes overdone but I guess this was the style then In many of the stories the ending
"Turned Out To Be "out to be little indifferentalmost like he just gave up after the overarching efforts taken to building the tension initiallyThe story of the rich society woman who makes a marital transgression and pushes a Doctor to initiate an abortion is very well toldthe ending was ar less exciting than its beginningalmost told like The Rime of an Ancient Mariner curiously on a drunk doctor on a ship at midnight to the narratorMitteleuropa is an addictionand I guess Zweig has to be part of the menuat least or me The Invisible Collection An episode The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School from the time of German inflation Twilight The Miracles of Life A Story Told in Twilight Wondrak unfinished Downfall of the Heart Leporella Did He Do It Amok The Star Above the Forest Date of First Publication. To see it heinds something uite unexpected and is drawn into a peculiar deception of the collector himselfStefan Zweig was a wildly popular writer of compelling short iction in this collection there are peaks of. This novella the tragic tale of Mendel the old book dealer But Although a short tale Zweig is able to describe both Mendel s tragic all and the beginning of Europe s post WWI decline I am big Stefan Zweig an I happened to visit Austria and Switzerland earlier last year and happened to walk through some of the locations he is reported to have stayed Heiligenkreutz and Schonbrunn palace I envisioned myself in his shoes and play acted in my mind what may have been running through him in his era when he wrote his books I am sure I was on
complete trip unrelated to this objective But the sheer beauty of the Barouetrip unrelated to this objective But the sheer beauty of the Baroue spurred some great prose and potentially some poetry which I could have penned The sheer joy of seeing the architecture and the people there energised me I am sure Zweig was passe to this living in his era with the set of troubles he aced leading to him taking his own life with his wifeThis above prologue is unrelated to the book but sets the tone or what I want to say about this book The title is apt Tales of Obsession and Desire It has now become my hypothesis a oolish one indeed that Stefan Zweig writes a bit like a Gentleman Stephen King At least 2 stories in this book resemble Stephen King This is the story of about the strangest thing that I've ever encountered old art dealer that I am'It is perhaps the inest art collection of its kind acuired through a lifetime of sacrifice but when a dealer comes.