Stefan Zweig, The World of Yesterday . 1943. Trans. Benjamin W. Huebsch and Helmut Ripperger (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1964).
I don’t need to tell you whom Stefan Zweig is writing about. It’s enough to say that the parallel between the world Zweig writes of and our own is unmistakable.
Other Zweig posts
Happy people, poor psychologists : Little world : School v. city : Urban pastoral, with stationery
[I do not endorse Zweig’s generalization about “the German people.” Nor would I endorse a generalization about “the American people” or any other “people.” People are too various.]
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
By Michael Leddy at 4:12 PM