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Stefan Zweig’s Post-Office Girl

Stefan Zweig’s Post-Office Girl

There is some dispute concerning the condition of The Post-Office Girl prior to Zweig’s suicide in 1942. Did he finish it? Did he intend to publish it at all? The new release of Rausch der Verwandlung, translated by Joel Rotenberg and brought out by New York Review Books, reads like a finished novel. The new publishers do not say it was unfinished and do not include a forward that may have discussed the matter.   This is a different approach…

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