W.G. Sebald: invisible and intangible forces

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 55

W.G. Sebald: invisible and intangible forces
John Marks, pages -

Abstract

In this article, John Marks offers a critical review of the works of W.G. Sebald, explored through defining the Deleuzian concept of becoming. He investigates the German author’s family and his biography, examining several of his novels in the process. This leads to a discussion of the role of memory in Sebald’s works.

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John Marks (2005) W.G. Sebald: invisible and intangible forces, New Formations, 2005(55), -

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