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By Stefan Zweig
Im Werk von Stefan Zweig sind Zeiten aufgehoben, die für immer vergangen sind, doch in seiner wunderbaren Literatur fortleben. Diese reiche Auswahl aus dem umfassenden Gesamtwerk des österreichischen Schriftstellers versammelt viele seiner bekanntesten und wichtigsten Erzähltexte, unter ihnen die 'Schachnovelle', den Novellenzyklus 'Verwirrung der Gefühle' und zahlreiche seiner meisterlichen Geschichten wie 'Der Amokläufer', 'Die Frau und die Landschaft' und 'Episode am Genfer See'.
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Maids at the wheel . . / Sit blithe and happy” (lines 4–5) 34 11. From the poem, the reader may infer all of the following about the speaker EXCEPT that he A. feels deep compassion for the nuns B. sometimes finds liberty onerous C. respects literary conventions D. finds conventional verse forms congenial to his talent E. has written a number of sonnets 12. The rhyme scheme of this poem is especially appropriate because I. lines 1–8 employ the traditional abba, abba, of the Italian sonnet II. it is restricted to only four rhymes in the 14 lines III.
Gesammelte Werke by Stefan Zweig