Stefan Zweig - Bibliography - Fiction

Fiction

  • In the Snow, 1901 (Original title: Im Schnee)
  • The Miracles of Life, 1903 (Original title: Die Wunder des Lebens)
  • The Love of Erika Ewald, 1904 (Original title: Die Liebe der Erika Ewald)
  • The Star Over the Forest, 1904 (Original title: Der Stern über dem Walde)
  • The Fowler Snared, 1906 (Original title: Sommernovellette)
  • The Governess, 1907 (Original title: Die Governante)
  • Twilight, 1910 (Original title: Geschichte eines Unterganges)
  • Burning Secret, 1913 (Original title: Brennendes Geheimnis)
  • Fear, 1920 (Original title: Angst)
  • Compulsion, 1920 (Original title: Der Zwang)
  • Fantastic Night, 1922 (Original title: Phantastiche Nacht)
  • Letter from an Unknown Woman, 1922 (Original title: Brief einer Unbekannten) – novella
  • Moonbeam Alley, 1922 (Original title: Die Mondscheingasse)
  • Amok, 1922 (Original title: Amok) – novella, initially published with several others in Amok. Novellen einer Leidenschaft
  • The Eyes of My Brother, Forever, 1925 (Original title: Die Augen des ewigen Bruders)
  • The Invisible Collection, 1925 (Original title: Die unsichtbare Sammlung)
  • Downfall of the Heart, 1927 (Original title: Untergang eines Herzens")
  • The Invisible Collection see Collected Stories below, (Original title: Die Unsichtbare Sammlung, first published in book form in 'Insel-Almanach auf das Jahr 1927')
  • The Refugee, 1927 (Original title: Der Flüchtling. Episode vom Genfer See).
  • Confusion of Feelings or Confusion: The Private Papers of Privy Councillor R. Von D, 1927 (Original title: Verwirrung der Gefühle) – novella initially published in the volume Verwirrung der Gefühle: Drei Novellen
  • Twenty-Four Hours in the Life of a Woman, 1927 (Original title: Vierundzwanzig Stunden aus dem Leben einer Frau) – novella initially published in the volume Verwirrung der Gefühle: Drei Novellen
  • Buchmendel, 1929 (Original title: Buchmendel)
  • Short stories, 1930 (Original title: Kleine Chronik. Vier Erzählungen) – includes Buchmendel
  • Did He Do It?, published between 1935 and 1940 (Original title: War er es?)
  • Collected Stories, 1936 (Original title: Gesammelte Erzählungen) – two volumes of short stories:
    1. The Chains (Original title: Die Kette)
    2. Kaleidoscope (Original title: Kaleidoskop). Includes: Casual Knowledge of a Craft, Leporella, Fear, Burning Secret, Summer Novella, The Governess, Buchmendel, The Refugee, The Invisible Collection, Fantastic Night and Moonbeam Alley
  • Incident on Lake Geneva, 1936 (Original title: Episode an Genfer See Revised version of "Der Flüchtung. Episode vom Genfer See" published in 1927)
  • Beware of Pity, 1939 (Original title: Ungeduld des Herzens) novel
  • The Royal Game or Chess Story or Chess (Original title: Schachnovelle; Buenos Aires, 1942) – novella written in 1938–41, published posthumously
  • Leporella, 1954 (Original title: Leporella)
  • Journey into the Past, 1976 (Original title: "Widerstand der Wirklichkeit") published posthumously
  • Clarissa, 1981 unfinished novel, published posthumously
  • The Post Office Girl, 1982 (Original title: Rausch der Verwandlung. Roman aus dem Nachlaß; The Intoxication of Metamorphosis) – unfinished novel, published posthumously, and in 2008 for the first time in English.

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