W.G. Sebald’s Hybrid Poetics

W.G. Sebald’s Hybrid Poetics

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W.G. Sebalda€™s status as one of the most significant German-language authors of the 20th century is rooted in his quest for historical truth beyond a€˜factsa€™. Through an in-depth analysis of Sebalda€™s A“uvre, this book proposes a new paradigm of literature as historiography that moves discussions of genre beyond documentary literature and the historical novel.Susan Sontaga#39;s 1979 essay on Walter Benjamin, a€œUnder the Sign of Saturn, a€ offers various points of connection to ... 3 This key passage in the essay outlines Sontaga#39;s notion that memory collapses time, 4 which also provides a useful way foranbsp;...

Title:W.G. Sebald’s Hybrid Poetics
Author: Lynn L. Wolff
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2014-04-02

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