Publish date: May 2013
Publisher: Türkiye İş Bankası Kültür Yayınları
Pages no: 77
Edition language: Turkish
WOW! what a book this was! Absolutely brilliant! It Cannot be anything less than 5 stars for sure. Chess is always been an intriguing game but only if you have good company to play with otherwise it can be very boring. But this book was just mind-blowing and you really don't have to know chess to re...
Gerek akıcılığı, gerek yaratıcılığı noktalarında en başarılı uzun öykülerden birisidir bence. Ancak satranç bilmeyen birisi biraz yorucu bulabilir.
bookshelves: published-1942, winter-20102011, translation, play-dramatisation, wwii Recommended to ☯Bettie☯ by: Laura Read from December 18 to 20, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** The Viennese writer Stefan Zweig, most famous for Beware of Pity, wrote the original Schachnovelle or Chess Novel in 1942. ...
A quick read and one that is riveting from the get-go. Zweig can certainly relate a good story. His tone, always for me, is one as if a very close and trusted friend is sitting in a chair in front of me and letting me into something important I may not have known or heard of lately. Quite a talent. ...
4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this!