The Post-Office Girl

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Tess Lewis. “Writer’s Block . . . Stefan Zweig. An Austrian exile who chronicled the personal and cultural costs of war”  in The Wall Street Journal [New York],  21/22 June 2008, Weekend Journal, p. W9. Contains a photograph of Zweig
Tess Lewis. “Writer’s Block . . . Stefan Zweig. An Austrian exile who chronicled the personal and cultural costs of war”  in The Wall Street Journal [New York],  21/22 June 2008, Weekend Journal, p. W9. Contains a photograph of Zweig
Eric Ormsby. “What Lives On” in The New York Sun [New York], 14 May 2008
Eric Ormsby. “What Lives On” in The New York Sun [New York], 14 May 2008
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Rufus Sewell. "Some Kind of Life". See: ordinary-gentlemen.com/blog/2015/01/05/on-the-ost-office-girl-Stefan-zweg
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Rufus Sewell. "Some Kind of Life". See: ordinary-gentlemen.com/blog/2015/01/05/on-the-post-office-girl-stefan-zweig
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[2008]: New York Review of Books, New York


The Post-Office Girl [Rausch der Verwandlung]. Translated by Joel Rotenberg. 257p.

Reviews

[1].
Tess Lewis. “Writer’s Block . . . Stefan Zweig. An Austrian exile who chronicled the personal and cultural costs of war” in The Wall Street Journal [New York], 21/22 June 2008, Weekend Journal, p. W9. Contains a photograph of Zweig
[2].
Eric Ormsby. “What Lives On” in The New York Sun [New York], 14 May 2008
[3].
Rufus Sewell. "Some Kind of Life". See: ordinary-gentlemen.com/blog/2015/01/05/on-the-post-office-girl-stefan-zweig
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