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Novel renews interest of Zweig’s legacy

February 22, 2014
By MATTHEW J. PISARSKI , The OBSERVER

Exactly 72 years ago today, Stefan Zweig, one of the most famous authors of the early 1900s, committed suicide with his second wife Lotte in Brazil. In the novel "The Last Days" (Pushkin Press, 2013), the French author Laurent Seksik tries to paint a picture of what these days were like.

 
 

 

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