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The chess game between him and Czentovic at the end is a nerve-wreaking show-down. After happening to be on the same cruise liner as a group of chess enthusiasts and the world chess champion Czentovic, he incidentally stumbles across their game against the champion. His greatest power turns out to be his greatest weakness: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
He eventually suffered from a nervous breakdown and was set free for reasons of insanity, attested by a sympathetic doctor. In their second game, Czentovic, who is depicted as a primitive as well as arrogant man, lets the time lapse away coldly, in order to irritate and distract his increasingly restless, impatient opponent.
The first-person narrator, who is then asked to talk to Dr.
Notify me of new posts via email. Czentovic immediately suggests a return game to restore his honour.
The absence of stimuli tends to make me very nervous, and I know that wherever I am, I always look for words and text. First things first, sorry if I confused you with my August in Books schachnovellle, that was from last year, and I schahnovelle only trying to edit some posts that I imported from Vox, but I think it showed up in readers.
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There is something very intense and satisfying about reading a novella. In contrast to many of his novellas, Schachnovelle is not set in a pre-Republican imperial Austrian context. Being saved by a sympathetic physician, who attests his insanity to keep him from being imprisoned again by the Nazis, he is finally set free.
B suffers, and the relief he experiences when he finally finds something to read, even if it is only a chess manual.
He becomes obsessed with chess, and suffers from chess fever, as a doctor calls it, and is warned not to play ever again. Views Read Edit View history. That sounds interesting about memories which can sustain us! B, who claims not to have played since school, but who is nonetheless able to keep the chess champion on his toes. Phew, I must read this. In the course of an embedded narrative in the form of an extended monologue, he unfolds the background of his impressive chess skills.
But then on the ship, he plays one last time, against the champion Czentovic, to test himself. Works by Stefan Zweig.
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The damage is all in his psyche. Mirko Czentovic was a peasant prodigy possessing no obvious redeeming qualities besides his gift for chess. Being deprived of sensory stimuli must achachnovelle things quite tough for a person. This psychological conflict causes him to ultimately suffer a breakdown, after which he eventually awakens in a sanatorium.
The isolation and sensory deprivation that Dr. The Royal Game and Other Stories. Kept alone in a hotel room he was interpretatjon isolated from the outside world for many months. You are commenting using your WordPress.
In line with common definitions of the literary form of the novella, to which Zweig refers to explicitly in the title, Zweig composed a short and concise narration of a single, striking and unique event. Intrigued, the I-narrator asks Dr.
Led by the Scottish schachnovlle magnate McConnor, a group of wealthy chess enthusiasts challenges the world champion, for an appropriate fee, in a game of simultaneous chess. Back in the frame narrative, Dr. The horror of what was done to Dr. Daviau and Harvey I. Retrieved from ” https: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: