Messages from a Lost World

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[2016]: Pushkin Press, London

Messages from a Lost World. Europe on the Brink. Translated with an Introduction by Will Stone. Foreword by John Gray. 216p

Contents:

[1].
A quotation from Pablo Casals, p. (5)
[2].
Contents, p. (7)
[3].
Foreword [John Gray], pp. 9-12
[4].
A quotation from Stefan Zweig's "Response to an enquiry on the European spirit" [published in Les Nouvelles littéraires [Paris], 4 July 1936], p.13
[5].
A quotation from Jules Romains [Stefan Zweig, grand Européen, 1939], p. 13
[6].
A quotation from Friedrich Nietzsche [Beyond Good and Evil, 1886], p. (14)
[7].
Translator's Introduction [Will Stone], pp. 15-37
[8].
Essays by Stefan Zweig, pp. (39)-212
[9].
Details of First Publication, pp. 213-216


Essays by Stefan Zweig:
[10].
The Sleeples World, pp. (39)-49. See: Die schlaflose Welt
[11].
The Tower of Babel, pp. (51)-59. See: Der Turm zu Babel
[12].
History as a Poetess, pp. (61)-83. See: Die Geschichte als Dichterin
[13].
European Thought in Its Historical Development, pp. (85)-111. See: Der europäische Gedanke in seiner historischen Entwicklung
[14].
The Unification of Europe, pp. (113)-123. See: Einigung Europas
[15].
1914 and Today, pp. (125)-134. See: 1914 und heute
[16].
The Secret of Artistic Creation, pp. (135)-158. See: Das Geheimnis des künstlerischen Schaffens
[17].
The Historiography of Tomorrow, pp. (159)-181. See: Geschichtsschreibung von morgen
[18].
The Vienna of Yesterday, pp. (183)-206. See: Das Wien von gestern
[19].
In This Dark Hour, pp. (207)-212. See: In dieser dunklen Stunde


Reviews:

[1].
Doherty, C. "Rare Writings From A 'Great European'. Messages from a Lost World" in The Morning Start. The People's Daily [London], 3 July 2017. See: https://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-b0d5-Rare-writings-from-a-great-European#.WVrx89QrJWc
[2].
Herman, David. "European issues that resonate" in The Jewish Chronicle Online [London], 4 February 2016. See: http://www.thejc.com/arts/books/153158/european-issues-resonate. This is also a review of Volker Weidermann's Summer Before the Dark
[3].
Jacobson, Gavin. "The Good European" in The Nation [New York] Double Issue [28 March-4 April], pp. 34-37. Contains two photographs: [1]. Stefan Zweig with his brother Alfred, Wien, ca. 1900. [2]. Wien, Universitätsplatz, Akademie der Wissenschaften (1905). Taken by Richard Moser. Online the title of this review is: "A European Union?" See: http://www.thenation.com/article/a-european-union/
[4].
McLemee, Scott. "Review of Stefan Zweig, 'Messages From a Lost World: Europe on the Brink'" in Inside Higher Ed [Washington, DC], 31 March 2016. Inside Higher Ed is a daily online publication. See: http:///www.insidehighered.com/.../review-stefan-zweig-messages-lost-world-europe-brink
[5].
Ó Muirí, Pól. "‘Let us then make common cause... each in their own mother tongue’ – gáir chatha Stefan Zweig. Is maith a fhóireann teachtaireacht Stefan Zweig do Zeitgeist an lae inniu agus an Eoraip ‘on the brink’ athuair" ['Let Us Then Make Common Cause... Each in Their Own Mother Tongue" - Thus Stefan Zweig Sounds the Battle Cry. Stefan Zweig's Message Is Relevant Again in View of Today's Zeitgeist and a Europe 'On The Brink'], in: "Tuairisc" [Report] [Dublin], 29 June 2017. "Tuairisc" [Report] is a news portal for the Gaeltacht, the Irish Gaelic speaking community of Ireland. See: https://tuairisc.ie/let-us-then-make-common-cause-each-in-their-own-mother-tongue-g
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