These are some excerpts from my untitled big project. A novel about an imaginary island, mired in civil wars, poverty, murders and all. I intend it to be a Philosophical novel.                                                                             1 It was an autumn night. The inert street lamps of siqandar city stood like silent spectators of imminent doom. The wind was …

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This is a small but gripping work from Stefan Zweig, one of the greatest writers to have emerged from Austria, and an underrated one, mostly to those who are familiar to his oeuvre.  Stefan Zweig, with his indomitable style, has written this small novella beautiful. Roland, a handsome, vivacious university student who loathes anything related …

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