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The Emigrants and The Lonely Londoners

In an essay of 2000 words, discuss the following question in what ways do Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners and Sebald’s The Emigrants challenge expectations of the novel genre? 1,546 more words

Austerlitz

In the second half of the 1960s I traveled repeatedly from England to Belgium, partly for study purposes, partly for other reasons which were never entirely clear to me, staying sometimes for just one or two days, sometimes for several weeks. 2,495 more words

Truth

"A MONUMENTAL MONSTROSITY HALF SUNK IN THE SAND"(SEBALD, EMIGRANTS, 1993).REFLECTIONS:BY STEVEN BENSON

Sebald writes (in the “Ambros Adelwarth” story of “The Emigrants”) of the Grand Hotel at Deauville, far gone from its glory days, where the elderly denizens sleep-walk their way around the gradually collapsing hotel. 90 more words

Psychogeography