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Who is Stefan Zweig?
Stefan Zweig was an Austrian novelist, playwright, journalist and biographer. At the height of his literary career, in the 1920s and 1930s, he was one of the most popular writers in the world.
- also known as Stéfan Zweig
- born on (134 years ago) in Vienna, child of Ida Brettauer and Moritz Zweig
- ethnicity: Jewish people
- nationality: Austria, United Kingdom
- profession: Writer, journalist, novelist, librettist, playwright, author, biographer
- died on (73 years ago) in Petrópolis of drug overdose, suicide
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- "Stefan Zweig" is a book by Elizabeth Allday.
- also known as "Stefan Zweig: a critical biography"
- "Stefan Zweig" is a book by Jules Romains.
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The Reader (1998)
by Bernhard Schlink, Carol Brown Janeway
“Schnitzler barks, Stefan Zweig is a dead dog” or “Keller needs a woman” or “Goethe's poems are like tiny paintings in beautiful frames” or “Lenz must write on a typewriter.
by Shmuel Spector, Geoffrey Wigoder
Stefan Zweig, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schoenberg, Richard Beer-Hofmann, and Sigmund Freud gained international recognition here. V. was also a city of national awakening, where Peretz Smolenskin, Nathan Birnbaum, and Theodor Herzl ...
by Dr Robert Rozett, Dr Shmuel Spector
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