The Collected Novellas of Stefan Zweig
Stefan Zweig

The Collected Novellas of Stefan Zweig

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A casual introduction, a challenge to a simple game of chess, a lovers' reunion, a meaningless infidelity: from such small seeds Zweig brings forth five startlingly tense tales--meditations on the fragility of love, the limits of obsession, the combustibility of secrets and betrayal.

To read anything by Zweig is to risk addiction; in this collection the power of his writing--which, with its unabashed intensity and narrative drive, made him one of the bestselling and most acclaimed authors in the world--is clear and irresistible. Each of these stories is a bolt of experience, unforgettable and unique.
Five of Stefan Zweig's most powerful novellas, containing some of his most famous and best-loved work:

- Burning Secret
- A Chess Story
- Fear
- Confusion
- Journey into the Past
(Stand alone paperback editions of individual novellas from Pushkin and New York Review of Books will remain in print.)

Full Description
Published by: Pushkin Press
Translated by: Anthea Bell
Translated by: Alexander Starritt
Pub date: 09/07/2021
Binding type: Paperback
Pages: 384
ISBN: 9781782277071
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  • Description
    A casual introduction, a challenge to a simple game of chess, a lovers' reunion, a meaningless infidelity: from such small seeds Zweig brings forth five startlingly tense tales--meditations on the fragility of love, the limits of obsession, the combustibility of secrets and betrayal.

    To read anything by Zweig is to risk addiction; in this collection the power of his writing--which, with its unabashed intensity and narrative drive, made him one of the bestselling and most acclaimed authors in the world--is clear and irresistible. Each of these stories is a bolt of experience, unforgettable and unique.
    Five of Stefan Zweig's most powerful novellas, containing some of his most famous and best-loved work:

    - Burning Secret
    - A Chess Story
    - Fear
    - Confusion
    - Journey into the Past
    (Stand alone paperback editions of individual novellas from Pushkin and New York Review of Books will remain in print.)