Thursday, February 9, 2017

“When It’s Too Late to Stop Fascism”

George Prochnik, writing in The New Yorker about Stefan Zweig’s The World of Yesterday and “When It’s Too Late to Stop Fascism”:

The excruciating power of Zweig’s memoir lies in the pain of looking back and seeing that there was a small window in which it was possible to act, and then discovering how suddenly and irrevocably that window can be slammed shut.
Related reading
All OCA Stefan Zweig posts (Pinboard)

comments: 2

The Crow said...

Do you think it's too late, Michael?

Michael Leddy said...