Stefan Zweig




Stefan Zweig (; German: [tsvaɪk]; 28 November 1881 – 22 February 1942) 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.





The best books of all time by Stefan Zweig

  1. 358 . Balzac by Stefan Zweig

    On the joys of working one's self to death. The chapter 'Black Coffee' is a masterpiece of imaginative reconstruction.

  2. 848 . The Royal Game by Stefan Zweig

    On a cruise ship bound for Buenos Aires, an electifying encounter takes place between the reigning world chess champion and an unknown passenger. The stranger’s diffident manner masks his extraordi...

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  3. 1228 . Amok by Stefan Zweig

    The nameless first person narrator travels from India to Europe on the ocean liner Oceania in 1912. One night, during a walk on deck, he meets a man who, disturbed and scared, avoids any social con...

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  4. 2402 . Confusion by Stefan Zweig

    Upon hearing his rousing lecture, a college student grows close to his professor, and he becomes a regular visitor to the professor and his younger wife's apartment, where his teacher alternately e...

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