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Speak, Silence

In Search of W. G. Sebald - 70 - 18595787

Buch von Carole Angier

94588662

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Artikel-Nr.:
94588662
Im Sortiment seit:
07.10.2021
Erscheinungsdatum:
05.10.2021
Medium:
Buch
Einband:
Gebunden
Autor:
Angier, Carole
Verlag:
Bloomsbury UK
Imprint:
Bloomsbury Circus
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Literaturwissenschaft
Deutschsprachige
Seiten:
640
Informationen:
With dust jacket
Gewicht:
1072 gr
Beschreibung
The long-awaited first biography of W. G. Sebald - a TLS Summer Read

'It is a considerable achievement to unpick, so convincingly, mysteries Sebald has taken care to contrive. And to do it with such respect, and indeed generosity, that the great originals are burnished' Iain Sinclair

W. G. Sebald was one of the most extraordinary and influential writers of the twentieth century. Through books including The Emigrants , Austerlitz and The Rings of Saturn , he pursued an original literary vision that combined fiction, history, autobiography and photography and addressed some of the most profound themes of contemporary literature: the burden of the Holocaust, memory, loss and exile.

The first biography to explore his life and work, Speak, Silence pursues the true Sebald through the memories of those who knew him and through the work he left behind. This quest takes Carole Angier from Sebald's birth as a second-generation German at the end of the Second World War, through his rejection of the poisoned inheritance of the Third Reich, to his emigration to England, exploring the choice of isolation and exile that drove his work. It digs deep into a creative mind on the edge, finding profound empathy and paradoxical ruthlessness, saving humour, and an elusive mix of fact and fiction in his life as well as work. The result is a unique, ferociously original portrait.
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Will be a beautiful package, illustrated - as Sebald's own work was - with integrated black and white photographs throughout
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Carole Angier