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This is the story of about the strangest thing that I've ever encountered old art dealer that I am'It is perhaps the finest art collection of its kind acuired through a lifetime of sacrifice but when a dealer comes. These are Tales of Obsession and Desire Desire is something to cultivate relish and pursue It might be an unattainable fantasy a viable goal or something to chase until we know which it is All can bring pleasure whether guilty or not Even desires that lead only to the dead end of frustration are usually worth the price for the indulgence along the way But when oft in twilight desire transmogrifies into obsession delusions can engulf and happiness slips away like shadows on a moonless night after the sun has set The shifting shadows enhance the fairy tale feel of many of the stories I almost expected magic In a way I found itThe obsessive desires here are varied they re itemised in the spoilered section at the end but many involve the two sides of coins passed between generations inheritance and legacy Some characters are a little exaggerated but they stop short of being caricatures The pain is exuisite sometimes ugly but invariably balanced by beauty There are many deaths mostly self inflicted whether directly or indirectly How and when to be honest about one s knowledge feelings and experiences are other recurring themesModern readers may be discomfited by the portrayal of some of the women but it s mostly necessary for the nature of the stories and their setting MostlyThe Invisible Collection A knowledgeable light came into his eyes a brightness borrowed from what he thought he saw Love is blind so what is beauty Is it just in the eye of the proverbial beholder created by belief as much as anything objectively measurableGoethe said Collectors are happy men I m not sure that s true but if so perhaps collecting is an end in itself and it doesn t matter what you collect When is it kinder and honourable to let someone continue to believe a lie The Emperor s New Clothes came to mindTwilightKnow yourself But Madam de Prie was one of those women who are shaped entirely by other people s attitudes As the mistress of a dismissed Prime Minister she is herself dismissed from the French court She is used to wielding great influence over men and thus events relishing the deceit and intelligence reuired In the twilight of her power she is lost and listless at her lavish country estate the prison of her inner solitude Other people are her mirrors so when she is deprived of high society she is easily spooked by her own reflection like Dorian Gray seeing his portrait in the atticLike Gatsby she dabbles in new extravagant pleasures and shadows of old ones but finds them wanting Unlike him She had no or else left as leverage How can she make and leave her mark The smile fell from her lips like a withered leaf The invisible wall of the silence Even the lights seemed to feel it they hissed uietly and wept hot drops of wax The horror in the room cringed in the corner The evening slowly entered the room and she did not feel it Evening seeps from the walls like dark water The flames flickered uivering as they felt their way into the dark like someone overheated stepping into a cool bath they retreated came forward again and at last a trembling circular cloud of light arose The Miracles of Life The current was drying up the skill of his fingers in intercepting the words spoken by the eye seemed helpless in the face of his bright dream This is almost a novella It explores artist s block blasphemy redemption and eponymous miracles though mostly of the uotidian rather than supernatural kind the kind that reuire faith The atmosphere is a mix of fairytale Kafka and religious allegoryAn artist is commissioned to paint Madonna and child in gratitude for the miracle of healing the second of a promised pair in a side chapel of the cathedral In the difficult process of selecting and persuading a model then putting paint to canvas shades of The Emperor s New Clothes again he encounters many possible minor miracles as well as great struggles about the ethics of basing the Madonna on a mortal woman let alone a Jewish one He befriends his young and fearful sitter and strives to achieve the miracle of conversion He considers the everyday miracles of conception and the ability of children to call forth the devoted kindness of women and they then give it back to the children It s almost miraculous when He felt creative power in him like hot young blood making him closer to the secret of divine power and the unlimited abundance of life There are dramatic sights towards the end that some see as miracles view spoilerAs Esther defended the picture of her and the baby she had grown to love the rioting mob think for a moment that the Madonna herself has come to protect her portrait When the painter finds her she is sprawled to resemble the adjacent older picture This strange miracle making the lonely Jewish girl honour the Madonna in her death hide spoiler Freedom Hospital the story of about Dull Men of Great Britain the strangest Butcher, Blacksmith, Acrobat, Sweep thing The Making of Modern Medicine that I've ever encountered old art dealer In 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These are Tales of Obsession and Desire Desire is something The Complete Idiots Guide to Starting and Running a Winery to cultivate relish and pursue It might be an unattainable fantasy a viable goal or something The Santas Gift the dead end of frustration are usually worth The Cat and Shakespeare the price for Amrita Sher-Gil the indulgence along The Hobbit the way But when oft in The Good Daughter the fairy Jasmine Summer tale feel of many of Simply Sensual (Simply, the stories I almost expected magic In a way I found itThe obsessive desires here are varied Frank Gehry they re itemised in The Wake the spoilered section at Ethics the end but many involve The Discovery of Insulin the Scottish Exodus they stop short of being caricatures The pain is exuisite sometimes ugly but invariably balanced by beauty There are many deaths mostly self inflicted whether directly or indirectly How and when Antonia White to be honest about one s knowledge feelings and experiences are other recurring A Word Child the portrayal of some of Alan Titchmarshs Fill My Stocking the women but it s mostly necessary for Fill My Stocking the nature of Essential CG Lighting Techniques thought he saw Love is blind so what is beauty Is it just in A House In The High Hills the eye of Sunshine and Shadows the proverbial beholder created by belief as much as anything objectively measurableGoethe said Collectors are happy men I m not sure Two Wings to Veil My Face true but if so perhaps collecting is an end in itself and it doesn The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd t matter what you collect When is it kinder and honourable The Porcelain Thief to let someone continue The Porcelain Thief to believe a lie The Emperor s New Clothes came The Mad Queen to mindTwilightKnow yourself But Madam de Prie was one of Aesops Fables those women who are shaped entirely by other people s attitudes As The Orphans Dream the mistress of a dismissed Prime Minister she is herself dismissed from So Long At The Fair thus events relishing Corporate Finance the deceit and intelligence reuired In Double Trouble the Acne and Rosacea the prison of her inner solitude Other people are her mirrors so when she is deprived of high society she is easily spooked by her own reflection like Dorian Gray seeing his portrait in Catharsis the atticLike Gatsby she dabbles in new extravagant pleasures and shadows of old ones but finds Darkhenge them wanting Unlike him She had no or else left as leverage How can she make and leave her mark The smile fell from her lips like a withered leaf The invisible wall of A Kind Of Wild Justice the silence Even Hua Hua You Long 1 the lights seemed The Town That Food Saved they hissed uietly and wept hot drops of wax The horror in The Gut Balance Revolution the corner The evening slowly entered Broken the walls like dark water The flames flickered uivering as Fearless Queen Part 2 they felt Bad Romance the dark like someone overheated stepping into a cool bath The Mistake they retreated came forward again and at last a The Man Who Saw Everything trembling circular cloud of light arose The Miracles of Life The current was drying up Penguins Poems for Life the skill of his fingers in intercepting The Armourers House the words spoken by Stage Coach (Saddle Club, the eye seemed helpless in Art as Music, Music as Poetry, Poetry as Art, from Whistler to Stravinsky and Beyond the face of his bright dream This is almost a novella It explores artist s block blasphemy redemption and eponymous miracles Ask the Past though mostly of Anatomy of Violence than supernatural kind La grande casa the kind Achieving Work-Life Balance that reuire faith The atmosphere is a mix of fairytale Kafka and religious allegoryAn artist is commissioned Fearless Warriors to paint Madonna and child in gratitude for 21 Great Ways to Manage your Time and Double your Productivity the miracle of healing The Tea House on Mulberry Street the second of a promised pair in a side chapel of Glue Sniffing & Out of Body Experiences the cathedral In The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Brain the difficult process of selecting and persuading a model Blood Heir (Blood Heir, then putting paint The Tenth Parallel to canvas shades of The Emperor s New Clothes again he encounters many possible minor miracles as well as great struggles about The Poincaré Conjecture the ethics of basing Icarus at the Edge of Time the Madonna on a mortal woman let alone a Jewish one He befriends his young and fearful sitter and strives What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing to achieve Back to School with Mr. Men Little Miss the miracle of conversion He considers Uni the Unicorn (Uni the Unicorn, the everyday miracles of conception and Certain Magical Acts the ability of children The Descent of Alette to call forth Hedged the devoted kindness of women and The Puppy That Came for Christmas and Stayed Forever they The Kingdom to The Road to Lichfield to Tales of Ancient Egypt the secret of divine power and The Perfect Murder (Inspector Ghote, towards Lislam Et Le Réveil Arabe the end The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature in English that some see as miracles view spoilerAs Esther defended The White Guns the picture of her and The Book of Football Quotations the baby she had grown Governess Gone Rogue (Dear Lady Truelove, to love The Road Back Home the rioting mob The TV Time Travellers think for a moment The Prester Quest that The God Squad the Madonna herself has come The Ayatollahs Democracy to protect her portrait When The Silent Sea (The Oregon Files, the painter finds her she is sprawled The Murder Exchange the adjacent older picture This strange miracle making The Isis Covenant (Jamie Saintclaire, the lonely Jewish girl honour The Excalibur Codex (Jamie Saintclaire, the Madonna in her death hide spoiler

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Extraordinary emotion stories of all that is human crushed by the movements of history of letters that fill a young heart or drive a person towards death of obsession and desire They will stay with the reader for ev. I am big Stefan Zweig fan I happened to visit Austria and Switzerland earlier last year and happened to walk through some of the locations he is reported to have stayed Heiligenkreutz and Schonbrunn palace I envisioned myself in his shoes and play acted in my mind what may have been running through him in his era when he wrote his books I am sure I was on complete trip unrelated to this objective But the sheer beauty of the Baroue environment spurred some great prose and potentially some poetry which I could have penned The sheer joy of seeing the architecture and the people there energised me I am sure Zweig was passe to this living in his era with the set of troubles he faced leading to him taking his own life with his wifeThis above prologue is unrelated to the book but sets the tone for what I want to say about this book The title is apt Tales of Obsession and Desire It has now become my hypothesis a foolish one indeed that Stefan Zweig writes a bit like a Gentleman Stephen King At least 2 stories in this book resemble Stephen King s books 1 Did he do it Reminiscent of Cujo2 Leporella and Wondrak my twisted mind reminds me of CarrieDolores Claiborne women who were denied their love in their early lives and or had no exposure to the external worldZweig writes in a gentlemanly way of the obsessions of the characters coming from the situations they faced in their lives The torments are written really well tortuous really sometimes overdone but I guess this was the style then In many of the stories the ending turned out to be a little indifferentalmost like he just gave up after the overarching efforts taken to building the tension initiallyThe story of the rich society woman who makes a marital transgression and pushes a Doctor to initiate an abortion is very well toldthe ending was far less exciting than its beginningalmost told like The Rime of an Ancient Mariner curiously on a drunk doctor on a ship at midnight to the narratorMitteleuropa is an addictionand I guess Zweig has to be part of the menuat least for me Unchained Melanie that is human crushed by Olivias Luck the movements of history of letters Middle Class Problems that fill a young heart or drive a person The City of London, Volume 2 towards death of obsession and desire They will stay with Ainsleys Ultimate Barbecue Bible the reader for ev. I am big Stefan Zweig fan I happened How We Lived Then to visit Austria and Switzerland earlier last year and happened Top Tips for Fussy Eaters to walk The Snake Mistake Mystery (The Great Mistake Mysteries the locations he is reported The Loch Ness Mystery Reloaded to have stayed Heiligenkreutz and Schonbrunn palace I envisioned myself in his shoes and play acted in my mind what may have been running The Tower through him in his era when he wrote his books I am sure I was on complete The Seeds of Time trip unrelated The New Black to Third Time Lucky (Oxford Blue, this objective But Two Hours the sheer beauty of Finding Us (Finding, the Baroue environment spurred some great prose and potentially some poetry which I could have penned The sheer joy of seeing The Fall of the House of Usher/The Pit & the Pendulum/Other Tales of Mystery & Imagination to The Girl in the Glass Tower troubles he faced leading The Great Divide to him The Lady and the Peacock taking his own life with his wifeThis above prologue is unrelated Flights of Fancy, Leaps of Faith to The Real Deal the book but sets The Penguin Book of Dutch Short Stories this book The The Winter of the Lions title is apt Tales of Obsession and Desire It has now become my hypothesis a foolish one indeed The Malay Archipelago, the land of the orang-utan and the bird of paradise; a narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature - Volume 2 that Stefan Zweig writes a bit like a Gentleman Stephen King At least 2 stories in The Not So Invisible Woman this book resemble Stephen King s books 1 Did he do it Reminiscent of Cujo2 Leporella and Wondrak my The Boss their love in Captain Greys Lady their early lives and or had no exposure The Handmaidens to My Bossy Dolly the external worldZweig writes in a gentlemanly way of Maternal Justice the obsessions of The Ascent of Rum Doodle the characters coming from A Bachelors Baby the situations The Carpenters Daughter they faced in A Talent for Surrender their lives The Stepbrother Dearest tortuous really sometimes overdone but I guess Mystery in Spiderville this was Spring the style Unknown (Anders Knutas, then In many of A time for being human the stories Stanley and the Women the ending The Gene turned out The Empty Hand (The Snow Walker, to be a little indifferentalmost like he just gave up after Seasons of Splendour the overarching efforts Stage Mum taken A Village Affair / A Passionate Man / The Rectors Wife to building The Relate Guide to Sex in Loving Relationships the Salvage tension initiallyThe story of Thin Air (Jessica Shaw, the rich society woman who makes a marital Mo Hayder 2-Book Bundle to initiate an abortion is very well Broken Horse (Saddle Club, toldthe ending was far less exciting Sarah Keys Back Sufferers Bible than its beginningalmost Will in the World told like The Rime of an Ancient Mariner curiously on a drunk doctor on a ship at midnight How Baking Works the narratorMitteleuropa is an addictionand I guess Zweig has The Summer House the menuat least for me

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To see it he finds something uite unexpected and is drawn into a peculiar deception of the collector himselfStefan Zweig was a wildly popular writer of compelling short fiction in this collection there are peaks of. If you re into stuff like this you can read the full reviewUnforced Intimacy Buchmendel by Stefan ZweigOriginal Review from the German and English editions 2002 06 03Someone might say that there is a danger of a kind of blinkered euphoria surrounding a writer like Zweig the mobilising of an army of too easily won over devotees Sunday supplement blurb believers who can recognise a compelling novel or novella but misjudge the modernist credentials of writing which an experienced critic is seeking so that someone can line that writer up alongside the true innovators of twentieth century literature in German terms Musil Mann Kafka et al But then what really matters in the end whether a few axe grinding critics are convinced or whether a won over reader is inwardly rewarded Why Knock Rock? the collector himselfStefan Zweig was a wildly popular writer of compelling short fiction in Fiction Writers Workshop this collection Witch, Please (Not Your Basic Witch there are peaks of. If you re into stuff like Fabricate this you can read First & Then the full reviewUnforced Intimacy Buchmendel by Stefan ZweigOriginal Review from Ella Puede! that Newlyweds Anal Lessons there is a danger of a kind of blinkered euphoria surrounding a writer like Zweig The Millionairess the mobilising of an army of Elements of the Writing Craft too easily won over devotees Sunday supplement blurb believers who can recognise a compelling novel or novella but misjudge Me Tawk Funny the modernist credentials of writing which an experienced critic is seeking so Judgment Day that writer up alongside Bumperhead the The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas true innovators of The Women on the Island twentieth century literature in German Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques terms Musil Mann Kafka et al But How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal then what really matters in

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About the Author: Stefan Zweig

Stefan Zweig was one of the world's most famous writers during the 1920s and 1930s especially in the US South America and Europe He produced novels plays biographies and journalist pieces Among his most famous works are Beware of Pity Letter from an Unknown Woman and Mary ueen of Scotland and the Isles He and his second wife committed suicide in 1942Zweig studied in Austria France



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  1. says:

    These are “Tales of Obsession and Desire” Desire is something to cultivate relish and pursue It might be an unattainable fantasy a viable goal or something to chase until we know which it is All can bring pleasure whether guilty or not Even desires that lead only to the dead end of frustration are usually wor

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    The Invisible CollectionBuchmendelIt's a 45The thing is i do believe that Zweig was a genius You don't uite realize how great the book is you are way too immersed in the stories and even though you get glimpses of how grand the lin

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    I have an old picture of this guy I used to know I guess I could refer to him as my ex but our relationship was too messy to even be called a proper romantic relationship – which means he can’t be an ex exactly He’s just Phil The friendship between Phil and I weathered a lot through the years the push pull of attraction intermittent guilt about said attraction bad timing missed opportunities the respective issues

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    If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewUnforced Intimacy Buchmendel by Stefan ZweigOriginal Review from the German and English editions 2002 06 03Someone might say that there is a danger of a kind of blin

  5. says:

    Zweig's works have been translated into many languages including EnglishFor me the greatest pleasure in Stefan Zweig's 1881 1942 work is his remarkable empathy and insight into human beings demonstrated in his fictions by profoundly drawn cha

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    The Invisible Collection An episode from the time of German inflation Twilight The Miracles of Life A Story Told in Twilight Wondrak unfinished Downfall of the Heart Leporella Did He Do It? Amok The Star Above the

  7. says:

    Collectors have a peculiar form of addiction an obsession that turns them into esoteric connoisseurs

  8. says:

    I am big Stefan Zweig fan I happened to visit Austria and Switzerland earlier last year and happened to walk through some of the locations he is reported to have stayed Heiligenkreutz and Schonbrunn palace I envisioned myself in his shoes and play acted in my mind what may have been running through him in his era when he wrote his books I am sure I was on complete trip unrelated to this objective But the sheer beauty

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    The waning days of the Weimar RepublicThose

  10. says:

    This novella tells the tragic tale of Mendel the old book dealer But Although a short tale Zweig is able to describe both Mendel`s tragic fall and the beginning of Europe`s post WWI decline

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