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Fantastic Night & Other Stories by Stefan…

Fantastic Night & Other Stories

by Stefan Zweig

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Stefan Zweig'in Olaganustu Bir Gece'si ruhsal bir uyanisi anlatiyor. Kitabin basindaki ana karakter olan genc adam kitabin sonundaki ile ayni insan degil. Sinirda bir zalim sayilacak insan, herhangi bir heyecan duymak icin cesitli yanlis islere bulasiyor. Ama sonunda, bir gece kadar kisa bir zamanda baskalarina yardim etmek gibi ilkel bir duyguda istedigi duygusalliga ulasabiliyor. Zweig de farkettigim "fark" cok genel duygulari, olaylari anlatimiyla ozellestirebiliyor. Mesela aksamin geldigini kestane agaclarinin sallanmasindan, insanlarin hislerini mimiklerinden goruyorsunuz, canlandiriyorsunuz. Bu hikaye 1910larin Vienna aristokrasisinde gecse de.. ( )
  soontobefree | Mar 11, 2019 |
Çok çok güzeldi Zweig'in duyguları en derinlerinde yaşamasını ve yaşatmasını seviyorum. ( )
  beyzx | Dec 11, 2018 |
"Fantastic Night" was the longest and weakest of the stories in this collection, though its portrayal of a transformative experience was interesting. Each of the following stories, "The Fowler Snared" and "Letter from an Unknown Woman," is shorter and better than the stories that came before. It ends on a high note with "The Invisible Collection" and the truly outstanding "Buchmendel." ( )
  slickdpdx | Oct 29, 2009 |
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From time to time came a meteor, like one of these stars loosened from the firmament and plunging athwart the night sky; downwards into the dark, into the valleys, on the hills, or into the distant water, driven by a blind force as our lives are driven into the abysses of unknown destinies.
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Five of Stefan Zweig's most compelling novellas are presented together in this volume.

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