Austrian Cultural Forum and Centro Sefarad-Israel pay tribute tomorrow at 7 pm at its headquarters (Calle Mayor, 69) to Stefan Zweig (Vienna, 1881 – Petrópolis, Brazil, 1942) with a speech by Professor Arturo Larcati, director of the Stefan Zweig Center in Salzburg. The meeting will be moderated by Daniel Gascón, editor of Letras Libres.
Stefan Zweig was the most worldwide known writer in the history of Austrian literature. His essays, biographies and novels reached throughout Europe. His narrative ability, the skill and the delicacy in the description of the feelings and the elegance of his style make him a fascinating narrator, capable of seducing from the first lines.