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Novel renews interest of Zweig’s legacy

February 22, 2014

Exactly 72 years ago today, Stefan Zweig, one of the most famous authors of the early 1900s, committed suicide with his second wife Lotte in Brazil....

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Steiner

Feb-22-14 10:41 AM

I never heard of stefan Zweig.but his despair in life and suicide is easily understood. the loving progressives went amock in the 20th century. they had so much love, they tried to make the world a better place. the only trouble was, people like the Zweigs did not fit into the loving scheme.so programs of elimination were started to purify the earth. even an employee of then gov woodrow wilson, an eugenic progressive himelf got into the act. see how loving progressives and liberals are ? its like judeye says, liberals dont believe in right or left , but human issues. just how many they can control or kill in the process. facts from history posters.

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patrickmehr

Feb-22-14 10:11 AM

Stefan Zweig's non-fiction is now available in eBook form: *******plunkettlakepress****/zweig.html

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