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Stefan Zweig Schachnovelle Eine Analyse Und Interpretation by Kolb Sonja

But then on the ship, he plays one last time, against the champion Czentovic, to test himself. Czentovic immediately asks for a return game and Dr. The Royal Game Elke Rehder: To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Views Read Edit View history.

The horror of what was done to Dr.

This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat Schachnovelle tells the story of the chess game between Czentovic, a slow and almost robot-like champion, and Dr. What a dark read and the thought of sensory deprivation is frightening, especially when you put it in the context of being without words…. Notify me of new posts via email.

Czentovic immediately suggests a return game to restore his honour. B suffers, and the relief he experiences when he finally finds something to read, even if it is only a chess manual. Following the occupation and annexation of Austria by Nazi Germanythe country’s monarchists i.


On chess — I feel that the basic game is not very difficult. Back in the frame narrative, Dr.

In the frame narrative, a first-person narrator, an Austrian emigrant, happens be on the same passenger steamer from New York to Buenos Aires as the reigning chess world champion, Mirko Czentovic. Retrieved from ” https: Not to be missed! As WWII stuff goes, this is really not the darkest read. Chess always adds mystery and metaphor and knowledge to stories. It is quite fascinating. And that is very scary.

B tells him about being imprisoned by the Gestapo, about spending months in a room without anything schachnovellle occupy him, in other words about the torture of sensory deprivation. After this effort, they persuade him to play alone against Czentovic. He easily conveys the horror of the psychological terror Dr. Phew, I must read this. Have you reviewed this book? You are commenting using your WordPress.

Schachnovelle; Chess Story; The Royal Game – German Literature

An opera based on the novel premiered at the Kiel Opera House on 18 May But Schachnovelle attests that Dr. He committed suicide together with his wife in Daviau and Harvey I. B to tell him how he came to be such a formidable chess player without having played in years. He eventually suffered from a nervous breakdown and was set free for reasons of insanity, attested by a sympathetic doctor.


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Mirko Czentovic was ijterpretation peasant prodigy possessing no obvious redeeming qualities besides his gift for chess. I love chess, and this story looks quite powerful.

What Zweig depicts in this novella is not the mass-murder the Nazis committed, but the psychological torture that the individual suffers. In contrast to many of his novellas, Schachnovelle is not set in a pre-Republican imperial Austrian context. Is there any way to do this without having them pop up in feeds etc? That sounds interesting about memories which can sustain us! Being deprived of sensory stimuli must make things quite tough for a person.

I think I might have to dig up this little treasure and read it again. Only the narrator and the reader are aware of the magnitude of this game. Intrigued, the I-narrator asks Dr. Wow, sounds like a truly fascinating book that examines an important topic. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: B is put through is at the heart of the story, and Zweig manages to make this story within a story darkly chilling and very intense.

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