Stefan Zweig 6, followers Stefan Zweig was one of the world's most famous writers during the s and s, especially in the U. He produced novels, plays, biographies, and journalist pieces.
Among his most famous works are Beware of Pity, Letter from an Unknown Woman, and Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles. He and his second wife committed suicide in Zweig studied in Austria, France Stefan Zweig was one of the world's most famous writers during the s and s, especially in the U. Zweig studied in Austria, France, and Germany before settling in Salzburg in Indriven into exile by the Nazis, he emigrated to England and then, into Brazil by way of New York.
Finding only growing loneliness and disillusionment in their new surroundings, he and his second wife committed suicide.
Zweig's interest in psychology and the teachings of Sigmund Freud led to his most characteristic work, the subtle portrayal of character.
He achieved popularity with Sternstunden der Menschheit ; The Tide of Fortunefive historical portraits in miniature. His stories include those in Verwirrung der Gefühle ; Conflicts. He also wrote a psychological novel, Ungeduld des Herzens ; Beware of Pityand translated works of Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, and Emile Verhaeren.
Most recently, his works provided the inspiration for film The Grand Budapest Hotel.