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13 May 2019

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Congratulations to Margit Dirscherl on the publication of ‘Schachnovelle: Stefan Zweigs letztes Werk neu gelesen’

Schachnovelle. Stefan Zweigs letztes Werk neu gelesen’ is co-edited by Dr Margit Dirscherl, Lecturer in German, along with Dr Laura Schütz.

It includes ten chapters that shed new light on ‘Chess’, a canonical and widely-read novella written by the Austrian emigré Stefan Zweig in 1942. The book will be launched on 20 May 2019 in the ‘Stefan Zweig Zentrum’, a research centre of the University of Salzburg.

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