- Alberto Dines, author and journalist, dead at age 86
- New Video Celebrating 50 Years of the Stefan Zweig Collection at Fredonia
- Please Join Us in Celebrating “Zweig at Fredonia: 50 Years of Transformation”
- Zweig Scholar Pardaad Chamsaz and Upcoming Events at the British Library
- Literaturarchiv Salzburg and Reed Library Archives Combine Efforts and Zweig Collections
- My Tweets
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Reblogged: A librettist and his composer: Stefan Zweig and Richard Strauss as seen through their letters (guest post by Kimberly Taylor)
In February 1935, Austrian Stefan Zweig (1881-1942), commonly regarded as the most translated German language author of his time, wrote to German composer Richard Strauss (1864-1949), “One day, your letters, your decisions, will belong to all mankind.” (Richard Strauss and … Continue reading
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Save the dates for “Zweig at Fredonia 2016” this October 3-5!
Continuing the recent surge of interest in the Austrian Jewish author Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) since Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, including the premiere of an Austrian biopic selected as that country’s Oscar foreign-language submission (Vor der Morgenröte/Stefan Zweig: Farewell to … Continue reading
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