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Stefan Zweig

Author Code: GSZW

Born: Nov. 28, 1881 - Vienna, Austria

Died: Feb. 22, 1942 - Petropolis, Brazil

Educated at the University of Vienna, Zweig received his doctorate in 1904. During the First World War, he worked for the Archives of the Ministry of War where he developed his pacifist ideals. He moved for a time to Switzerland. He married in 1920, later divorced in 1938 in order to marry his secretary, Lotte Altmann. He had left Austria in 1934 with the coming to power of Hitler and went to England, living there until 1940. He and his wife then moved to New York City and from there to Brazil, settling in the town of Petropolis, near Rio de Janeiro. He was extremely depressed about the war and the future of Europe and in 1942 he and his wife took an overdose of barbituates. During his life, Zweig was a friend to many notables, including Sigmund Freud, Theodor Herzl, Richard Strauss and Arthur Schnitzler. His writing was very popular in the 1920's and 1930's and included both fiction and non-fiction, the latter being primarily biographies. His first work, In the Snow, was published in 1901 wile he was still at university. His other works include The Love of Erika Ewald (1904), The Governess (1907), Burning Secret (1913), Fear (1920), Romain Rolland: The Man and His Works (1921), Moonbeam Alley (1922), The Refugee (1927), Erasmus of Rotterdam (1934), Beware of Pity (1939) and Brazil, Land of the Future (1941).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
GSZW004 Buchmendel 1934 15 208k eBook Download PDF - 'Buchmendel' (GSZW004)   Download ePub - 'Buchmendel' (GSZW004) Find a printed copy of Buchmendel by Stefan Zweig at AbeBooks
GSZW005 The Burning Secret 1913 44 276k eBook Download PDF - 'The Burning Secret' (GSZW005)   Download ePub - 'The Burning Secret' (GSZW005) Find a printed copy of The Burning Secret by Stefan Zweig at AbeBooks
GSZW003 Emile Verhaeren 1914 98 582k eBook Download PDF - 'Emile Verhaeren' (GSZW003)   Download ePub - 'Emile Verhaeren' (GSZW003) Find a printed copy of Emile Verhaeren by Stefan Zweig at AbeBooks
GSZW001 Jeremiah [Play] 1917 135 498k eBook Download PDF - 'Jeremiah [Play]' (GSZW001)   Download ePub - 'Jeremiah [Play]' (GSZW001) Find a printed copy of Jeremiah [Play] by Stefan Zweig at AbeBooks
GSZW002 Paul Verlaine 1913 24 270k eBook Download PDF - 'Paul Verlaine' (GSZW002)   Download ePub - 'Paul Verlaine' (GSZW002) Find a printed copy of Paul Verlaine by Stefan Zweig at AbeBooks

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