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The Grand Budapest Hotel: An Uncommon Adaptation of the World of Yesterday
Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Wes Anderson's film The Grand Budapest Hotel is an unconventional adaptation of writer Zweig's memoir The World of Yesterday and his personal experiences. The film has its own original story but retains the central thrust of the memoir. This thesis will discuss how Wes Anderson represents three important motifs from Zweig's book through the plot of the film, which are the sorrow for the dislocated lives of the refugees, the nostalgia for the spirit of classical Europe and the condemnation ofdoi:10.2991/assehr.k.220105.098 fatcat:ewgiqjv2cnh5hm3tdt34mbnmte