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Ardiente secreto by Stefan Zweig (4 star ratings)
secreeto Un segreto che io debbo scoprire a ogni costo. Trovo la scrittura di Zweig veramente efficace e coinvolgente: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again.
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I read a download from Project Gutenberg. View all 5 comments. View all 9 comments. A lonely twelve-year-old boy Edgar, befriended a charming,lady-killer baron. It was painful for that b A lonely twelve-year-old boy Edgar, befriended a charming,lady-killer baron.
It was painful for that boy, secreho progresses from his childish dreams into the adult world of Deception ,dishonest and evil in only a few days Edgar’s mother was at first resistant to the Baron charms A powerful study in human nature. I can only be happy for the praiseworthy resurgence and admiration that many of Zweig’s works are seeing lately.
His close friendship with Freud has clearly affected his writings, where the main characters screto often presented in “case histories”, made seceeto intriguing by the subtle observation of the inner workings of the protagonists.
Here, the stages through which the young boy’s relation with the Baron and his own mother passes through admiration, enthusias A powerful study in human nature. Here, the stages through which the young boy’s relation with the Baron and his own mother passes through admiration, enthusiasm, agony, desperation, resentment, determination to act – to name only a fewcould be a casebook presentation for a child’s logic and emotions.
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Free download available at Project Gutenberg. THE train, with a shrill whistle, pulled into Summering. For a moment the black coaches stood still in the silvery light of the uplands to eject a wrdiente vivid human figures and to swallow up others. Exacerbated voices called back and forth; then, arsiente a puffing and a chugging and another shrill shriek, the dark train clattered into the opening of the tunnel, and once more the landscape stretched before the view unbroken in all its wide exp Free download available at Project Gutenberg.
Exacerbated voices called back and forth; then, with a puffing and a chugging and another shrill shriek, the dark train clattered into the opening of the tunnel, and once more the landscape stretched before the view unbroken in all its wide expanse, the background swept clean by the moist wind. This symbol-filled story, filmed with sensuous detail and nuance, is set in Austria in the s.
While being treated for asthma at a country spa, an American diplomat’s lonely year-old son is befriended and infatuated by a suave, mysterious baron. During a story of his war experiences, the baron reveals the scar of a wound from an American soldier and thrusts a pin through it, saying “see– no feeling.
Ardiente secreto by Stefan Zweig (1 star ratings)
But soon his adored friend heartlessly brushes him aside and turns his seductive secrto to his mother. The boy’s jealousy and feelings of betrayal become uncontrollable. Non il miglior Zweig, a mio parere, ma ancora una volta una superba descrizione delle ossessioni, tema caro all’autore, zewig regolano e spingono l’uomo a superare i propri limiti: View all 4 comments.
Apr 05, Ioana rated it really liked it Shelves: Ne sevdim ne sevmedim. A very sharp little story. It subverts what seems to be a typical tale of seduction – set in a hotel, it tells of a lecherous baron setting his sights on a married woman – by focusing on the seductee’s son, a highly sensitive year-old.
The bounder’s strategy of capturing the boy’s affections first quickly backfires: Unable to understand what the baron wants with her, he determine A very sharp little story. Unable to understand what the baron wants with her, he determines to discover the nature of the ‘secret’ he’s convinced the two must share, and in doing so he unwittingly throws the stability of his family into jeopardy. The short narrative arduente to zwweig deflated but emotionally impactful conclusion that’s both reassuring and deeply sad for the boy as well as the reader.
Jan 02, Io?
Quello che mi porto dentro dall’infanzia e che ora mi blocca, mi tiene intrappolato dentro al labirinto dei miei pensieri. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the wecreto of three beautiful little Pushkin Press editions of Stefan Zweig novellas that I found in the library.
It is zweg in a hotel, a venue that Zweig seems especially fond of, probably because it allows for unexpected encounters. For most of it, the narrator is a twelve year o This is the third of three beautiful little Pushkin Press editions of Stefan Zweig novellas that I found in the library.
For most of it, the narrator is a twelve year old boy called Edgar who is staying in the hotel with his mother. The final paragraphs got a little too Freudian, though. Si serve quindi del ragazzino solo per raggiungere il suo scopo. Quando Edgar si accorge della tresca, decide di partecipare alla menzogna: This was a fun little read. The story in a nutshell – a Lothario Baron, vacationing at an Austrian hotel, intends to make a middle-aged women his next conquest.
His initial ruse involves befriending her son Edgar recuperating at the mountain resort after an illness so as to worm his way into her affections. He succeeds in this, but the novella is mainly interested in the psychological effect on little Edgar, used as a romantic prop and stefab discarded.
He’s right on the edge of adolescence and This was a fun little read. He’s right on the edge of adolescence stetan eager to be treated as an adult. At first, he’s convinced he’s found a new friend. Then, after realizing he’s in the way of the Baron’s further aardiente, he’s filled with anger and dismay at this betrayal and burns with curiosity over this unknown secret that’s shared between his Mother and The Baron, some secret ztefan, he intuits, involves the very essence of adulthood.
If only he could crack the mystery Zweig’s language is clear and concise. Seemingly, he was much loved at his time but has kind of fallen between two stool in the history of literature – too clear and concise for the “literature must be obtuse and symbol laden” literati, too concerned with human psychology and emotions for the plot-driven mainstreamers.
This really is an interesting exploration of events which usher a boy into beginning to change into an adult, the perceptual shifts and realizations that come with that a late-in-the-book train ride of insight is particularly well done – Edgar’s sudden understanding of the complexities of adult life – seceeto, work, how wonderful such complexity is and yet how zweiy is struggling after the same secrero.
The ending is also well-done, sevreto without being too powerful, linking our own adult emotional lives to the actions of our parents. Un piccolo libro, molto veloce nella lettura, ma ricco, richissimo, di sentimenti, sfumature, passione. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Stefan Zweig was one of the world’s most famous writers during the s and s, especially in the U. He produced novels, plays, biographies, and journalist pieces. He and his second wife committed suicide in Zweig studied in Austria, France, Stefan Zweig was one of the world’s most famous writers during the s and s, especially in the U.
Zweig studied in Austria, France, and Germany before settling in Salzburg in Instrfan into exile by the Nazis, he emigrated to England and then, into Brazil by way of New York. Finding only growing loneliness and disillusionment in their new surroundings, he and his second wife committed suicide.
Zwweig interest in psychology and the ardifnte of Sigmund Freud led to his most characteristic work, the subtle portrayal of character. He achieved popularity with Sternstunden der Menschheit ; The Tide of Fortunefive historical portraits in miniature.
His stories include those in Verwirrung der Gefhle ; Conflicts. Most recently, his works provided the inspiration for film ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’. Books by Stefan Zweig. Trivia About Burning Secret. Quotes from Ardiente secreto. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.