Traveling with Zweig

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Wes Anderson’s latest film The Grand Budapest Hotel acquainted us with the works of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig, to whom Anderson dedicates the film. The New Yorker has an essay examining the zigs and zags of a traveling writer using Zweig’s words as his compass.


Mary Allen is a writer working, crafting, and making bad puns in the San Francisco Bay Area. More from this author →