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Campo Santo / W.G. Sebald ; translated by Anthea Bell.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PT2681.E18 C36 2005

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    Uniform Title
    Campo Santo. English
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Sebald, W. G. (Winfried Georg), 1944-2001.
    Published
    New York : Random House, [2005]
    ©2005
    Edition
    First U.S. edition
    Contents
    A little excursion to Ajaccio
    Campo Santo
    The Alps in the sea
    La cour de l'ancienne école
    Strangeness, integration and crisis: on Peter Handke's play Kaspar
    Between history and natural history: on the literary description of total destruction
    Constructs of mourning : Günter Grass and Wolfgang Hildesheimer
    Des Häschens kind, der kleine Has (The little hare, child of the hare): on the poet Ernst Herbeck's totem animal
    To the brothel by way of Switzerland: on Kafka's travel diaries
    Dream textures: a brief note on Nabokov
    Kafka goes to the movies
    Scomber scombrus, or the common mackerel: on pictures by Jan Peter Tripp
    The mystery of the red-brown skin: an approach to Bruce Chatwin
    Moments musicaux
    An attempt at restitution
    Acceptance speech to the Collegium of the German Academy.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bell, Anthea.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-220).
    A little excursion to Ajaccio -- Campo Santo -- The Alps in the sea -- La cour de l'ancienne école -- Strangeness, integration and crisis: on Peter Handke's play Kaspar -- Between history and natural history: on the literary description of total destruction -- Constructs of mourning : Günter Grass and Wolfgang Hildesheimer -- Des Häschens kind, der kleine Has (The little hare, child of the hare): on the poet Ernst Herbeck's totem animal -- To the brothel by way of Switzerland: on Kafka's travel diaries -- Dream textures: a brief note on Nabokov -- Kafka goes to the movies -- Scomber scombrus, or the common mackerel: on pictures by Jan Peter Tripp -- The mystery of the red-brown skin: an approach to Bruce Chatwin -- Moments musicaux -- An attempt at restitution -- Acceptance speech to the Collegium of the German Academy.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1400062292
    Physical Description
    ix, 221 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
    Record last modified:
    2024-06-21 18:07:00
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