Three Sons : Franz Kafka and the Fiction of J. M. Coetzee, Philip Roth, and W. G. Sebald
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Yayıncı Northwestern University Press ( 02 / 2010 ) ISBN 9780810125681 | 15,24x22,61x1,78 cm. | İngilizce | 296 Sayfa | Türler Edebiyat İncelemesi
Franz Kafka was a self-conscious writer whose texts were highly if mysteriously autobiographical. Three giants of contemporary fiction - J. M. Coetzee, Philip Roth, and W. G. Sebald - have all acknowledged their debt to the work of Kafka, both in interviews and in their own academic essays and articles for a general readership about him. In this striking feat of literary scholarship, Daniel Medin finds that the use of Kafka by Coetzee, Roth, and Sebald is similarly self-reflexive and autobiographical. That writers from such divergent national and ethnic traditions can have such unique critical readings of Kafka, and that Kafka could exert such a powerful influence over their oeuvres, Medin contends, attests to the central place of Kafka in the contemporary literary imagination.