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'The Sebald Effect in Holocaust Literature?'

I can’t thank Dr. Tobias Boes enough for his invitation to speak on W. G. Sebald to exchange students and visitors at the University of Notre Dame in London, as part of their Global Gateway programme. 95 more words



‘Because I cannot hope to turn again

Consequently I rejoice, having to construct something

Upon which to rejoice.’

T.S.Eliot. ‘Ash Wednesday’


With W.G.Sebald’s death his books changed essentially. 2,879 more words


Bagley Wood and Powder Hill Copse

In Patrick Keiller’s film Robinson In Space (1997), his seminal narrated film-essay and sequel to London (1994), an unnamed narrator (voiced by Paul Scofield) follows the ghostly trail of his friend and investigator Robinson. 2,394 more words