Title, Confusión de sentimientos. Volume of Narrativa del Acantilado. Author, Stefan Zweig. Translated by, Joan Fontcuberta i Gel. Publisher, Acantilado. Confusion (German: Verwirrung der Gefühle), also known under the literal translation Confusion of Feelings, and as Episode in the Early Life of Privy Councillor D. is a novella by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. : Confusion De Los Sentimientos () by Stefan Zweig and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available .

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My library Help Advanced Book Search. Magellan a biography of one of the most brilliant navigators to travel in the seas. When the expiry date is reached your computer deletes the cookie. Another encounter has Roland give chase to the professor’s wife — whom he does not recognize stefna in the water, swimming after her, but she always eluding him.

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Confusion de sentimientos / Mixed feelings by Stefan Zweig (1996, Paperback)

Joseph Anthony Lonteen Snippet view – As to the characters themselves, they remain evasive and, more often, unable to directly face the various issues between them. Roland steps back and away, removing himself from the situation: Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient.

The story the professor, Roland, relates takes him back to his own student-days. Email address subscribed successfully. Persistent cookies are stored on your hard disk and have a pre-defined expiry date. Andres Bello Mexicana, S. A surprise visit from his father, who catches him in flagrantebring his dissolute escapades and lifestyle to a crashing end, and they agree it would be better if he went to complete his studies elsewhere.

Like the other listeners, Roland finds himself completely carried away: Even if it harbors few surprises, Confusion is very well told and quite riveting. And then there are the professor’s mysterious absences, when he just takes off for a few days, without explanation. The professor’s wife is a somewhat neglected figure in this triangle of personalities, which is a shame, since it would be interesting to learn more of her perspective and position. It speaks of me, but does not reveal what I am.


For example, at loot. Then there’s the matter of his wife, who Roland doesn’t get to know any better for quite a while; the couple’s relationship seems somewhat strained and sober, and she doesn’t seem to rouse the same kind of passion in the professor that discussing English literature can.

He also wrote the novellas Amok and The Royal Game Nowadays, there are more tolerance for same gender relationships, but in certain circles are still a taboo.

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Please note that these ratings solely represent the complete review ‘s biased interpretation and subjective opinion of the actual reviews and do not claim to accurately reflect or represent the views of the reviewers. I can only talk — then it sometimes carries me away, something takes me out of myself.

But I can’t work sitting still, always alone, always alone. Nevertheless, Roland is grateful for being exposed to the professor and sentimiejtos passion s. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole.

In both cases you should know how to switch cookies back on! Orthofer2 May It merely describes me, it says nothing real about me. The sad professor’s life and fate is a tad melodramatic, though Zweig’s overheated prose is appropriate for this story of just-post-adolescent feverish confusion and the more resigned confusion of an older man who hasn’t managed to come to grips with his own desires and needs.

Comfusin would recommend to any sensitive person who likes the literature, and I have great respect and admiration for Mr. This zzweig novel makes you to live each one of their lives, their feelings, all their frustrations and happiness become yours as the reader, and especially this novel, makes a great impact in your perception sefan how people in other cultures, and in another century lived and thought.


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In childhood he found: Things naturally come to a head, the repressed to the fore. In the s, he achieved fame with the many biographies he wrote of famous people including Balzac, Dostoevsky, Dickens and Freud. Let’s connect Contact Details Facebook Twitter. A activation email has been sent to you.

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He died with his wife in a suicide pact. Account Options Sign in. La confusion des sentiments – France.

Packed contusin to university, he is no more enthused by what he finds there: Roland emerged from this heated youthful confusion whole, unlike the broken professor, who never conquered his; there’s an incidental mention in the story’s closing passage that makes clear that Roland did not follow down the professor’s path, and that, along with the Festschrift, reveals that Roland’s life and career have turned out to be much more conventional and, perhaps, ultimately less impassioned.

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Confusion by Stefan Zweig. Roland also wonders why the professor never completed his magnum opusa planned The History of the Globe Theatreand the professor tells him he no longer has the stamina for such a grand undertaking: So off Roland goes, to a sleepy university town far removed from Berlin and fast women.

And since he was “a strikingly good-looking young man” he found himself with “a clear advantage over the pasty-faced shop-boys” as far as the local girls went — and he ve took advantage.