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Es into the same building as the teacher and his wife he becomes ever closer to this remarkable man though he also senses his mentor pulling away f. No confusion for me This was simply impressively bloodless it reminded me a little of Traumnovelle in that it felt like a booknovellalong short story whatever that by a weird twist of fate potentially involving a publisher and a time machine was written in this case I'd say forty or fifty years after it might have made most impact view spoiler though that works in the internal timeline of the story hide spoiler

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Verwirrung der Gefühle Zusammen mit Vierundzwanzig Stunden aus dem Leben einer FrauRom him – sometimes even seeming to hate him But the truth about these feelings is something that will shape both men for the rest of their lives. Zweig in this novel touches the taboo of his time and today HomosexualityA literature student Roland falls in a platonic love with his elderly philology professor at the university The literary paragon’s personality diffuses into the blood and heart of Roland This literary conuest is what will change the life of the Roland once and for all He is baptized with religious faith and worship to the elderly man and reads night after day in order to be able to touch the spiritual world and the knowledge of the man who he has become obsessed withThe narration of emotional explosions events and mental states is masterfulIt's hard to describe how capturing it feels to read about the emotions that almost tear the characters in Zweig's book into pieces But it is so incredibly relatable extenuating to descry the very elementary psychological feelings that rage within all of us with different strengthMy first ever by Stefan Zweig and I wasn’t disappointed at all“We live through myriads of seconds yet it is always one just one that casts our entire inner world into turmoil the second when the internal inflorescence already steeped in every kind of fluid condenses and crystallizes”

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Verwirrung der Gefühle Zusammen mit Vierundzwanzig Stunden aus dem Leben einer Frau Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ì Roland a young student at a new university meets an inspirational teacher who sweeps him into his world of literature and learning When the bRoland a young student at a new university meets an inspirational teacher who sweeps him into his world of literature and learning When the boy mov. You should begin by hearing the language in the mouths of the poets who create and perfect it you must have felt poetry warm and alive in your hearts before we start anatomizing itHow similar are we to those we teach to those from whom we learn This is the exploration For when we reflect upon our lives which one of our influencers will we find we've become And at some point in our youthful confused naiveté what could we have overlooked And so I who have spent a lifetime depicting human beings in the light of their work portraying the intrinsic intellectual structure of their worlds was made aware again from my own experience of the impenetrability in every human life of the true core of its being the malleable cell from which all growth proceeds There are some writers who pull off lofty styled prose without seeming trite Zweig is such a writer His elevated sentences reach for heights of consciousness and discovery with such jolting sprawl that his character and reader become one journeying individual In this world of either short stories or novels it is not too often the novella form reaches such perfection that its label becomes dispensable and all I see are superbly formed black words across fewer white pages Zweig's novella exudes reflective intellectualism even so than his Journey into the Past although I still think Journey could be my favorite Confusion is an exemplification of a young scholar's whim a culmination of his or her affinity for the elouence of spoken word In some ways it reminded me of my collegiate self a student who basked in the words of my most brilliant professors basked in the idea of a world that reached into and stretched out of books what Latin scholars call a raptus when one is taken right out of oneselfStill I'm still not sure one would relish story as one would in Stoner for example And if one did not like the narrative voice in Stoner one wouldn't care for the one in this book either For one thing Roland the narrator remembers his reclusive professor mentor from a removed distance Sure Roland's passions for his studies are vibrantly portrayed; his aloof and scholastic teacher imagined through imagery; and his confusion surrounding his professor and his professor's wife elucidated Yet the narrative voice is flat Perhaps intentionally Although the suspenseful plot is structured and arced in a way that creates much page turning dazzle it is still flawed; Flawed in its allusion to what the reader already senses and to what therefore is no surprise later However where voice or suspense falters style soars By style I don't mean prose style alone but a structure that parallels prose; modern yet timeless art that illumines the ebb of the Shakespearean romance and the flow of passion while also calibrating philosophical thought Here confusion becomes sexual intellectual philosophical and allegorical And this is what Zweig does cleverly create a deceptively simple yet nuanced story We live through myriads of seconds yet it is always one just one that casts our entire inner world into turmoil