1. According to the book's introduction by Joan Acocella, why was the author, Stefan Zweig, so interested in the inner workings of the human mind?
2. In the introduction, Zweig says his depiction of Kekesfalva's early life and the discrimination he felt is based on what?
3. According to the introduction, in what way did Zweig's life mirror that of his main character, Hofmiller?
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