By Stefan Zweig
Stefan Zweig received early reputation as a poet, translator, and biographer. while he additional fiction to his repertoire, he received much more serious acclaim. After his loss of life, in spite of the fact that, his paintings fell inexplicably into obscurity.
The Royal online game and different tales is a set of 5 of Stefan Zweig's significant and artistic mental thrillers. full of emotional severe from obsessive like to pathological revenge to the insanity brought on by an imaginary chess online game those masterpieces revive his artwork, making it once more on hand to a brand new iteration of readers.
This assortment comprises "The Royal Game," "Amok," "The Burning Secret," "Fear," and "Letter from an Unknown Woman," in addition to an creation through Jeffrey B. Berlin.
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