from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Zweig, Arnold 1887-1968. German-born writer. A Zionist, he wrote about Judaism, the persecution of the Jews, and war. His works include the novel The Case of Sergeant Grischa (1927).
- Zweig, Stefan 1881-1942. Austrian writer of poetry, fiction, and sensitive psychoanalytic biographies, notably Three Masters (1920), a study of Balzac, Dickens, and Dostoyevsky.
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- n. Austrian writer (1881-1942)
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This excitable, idealistic Zweig is much in evidence in his youth.
Dr Martin Zweig of the Zweig Forecast, who sold his stocks before the crash and made a 9 per cent gain on Black Monday with options, has cautiously re-entered the market with an eye to a big “buying opportunity”.
If it wasn’t love that went wrong on Zweig, if that was a smokescreen for a deeper discontent, we might look instead to the strongest guiding force in Zweig’s life, which was his belief in humanism.
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In the works of a distinguished generation of Central European writers, such as the Austrians Stefan Zweig and Joseph Roth or the Hungarians Anton Szerb and Sándor Márai, the past serves as a foil for the present.
Like Roth and Zweig, he revered the old Europe of the Austro-Hungarian Empire even in its most shadowy duplicities; it was the empire where memory reigned supreme.
Michael Zweig is a professor of economics and director of the Center for Study of Working Class Life at Stony Brook University.
But as Jason Zweig explains on The News Hub, the game seems to be changing.
Jason Zweig has details on The News Hub Yet Mr. Weschler's record running Peninsula makes it clear why Mr. Buffett and, now, many of Mr. Weschler's neighbors, are eager to make his acquaintance.
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