Stefan Zweig was an enormously prolific author—he composed dozens of novellas and short stories, two novels (one incomplete), a shelf worth of fat biographies, comparative studies of great artists, philosophers and healers, a hefty memoir—and that’s not to mention plays, libretti, poems, hundreds of articles and over 30,000 letters. So where to plunge in?
A helpful guide to Stefan Zweig from George Prochnik. On Wednesday, May 7, Prochnik and his wife Rebecca Mead will join us to discuss the collaborative interplay between writers and their domestic partners. Learn more about here.