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Beware of Pity is an utterly unsparing dissection of the corruptions of false pity. Her latest books is Willa Cather and the Politics of Criticism.
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Beware of Pity (German: Ungeduld des Herzens, literally The Heart's Impatience) is a 1939 novel by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. It was Zweig's longest work of fiction. It was adapted into a 1946 film of the same title, directed by Maurice Elvey. The young lieutenant Anton Hofmiller is invited to the castle of the wealthy Hungarian Lajos Kekesfalva
Stephan Turk (back seat left), has been charged with voluntary murder after killing a thief who broke into his jewellery . We understand the exasperation and anger of the merchants,' he said. Those who rob must know that there is no impunity and they will be pursued relentlessly.
Stephan Turk (back seat left), has been charged with voluntary murder after killing a thief who broke into his jewellery store. In a country where gun violence is rare but armed robbery is increasingly common, the shooting - and the formal charges of voluntary homicide - have placed the government in a difficult position.
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Among his most celebrated books are his memoir of the Vienna of his youth, The World of Yesterday, and the novella .
Among his most celebrated books are his memoir of the Vienna of his youth, The World of Yesterday, and the novella Schachnovelle, published by NYRB Classics as Chess Story. JOAN ACOCELLA is a staff writer for The New Yorker.