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Sebald (Göttingen: Wallstein, 2012); Peter Schmucker, Grenzübertretungen: Intertextualität im Werk von W. ]: de Gruyter, 2012). (Spectrum Literaturwissenschaft, 28); Ben Zimmermann, Narrative Rhythmen der Erzählstimme. Poetologische Modulierungen bei W. Sebald (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2012). 80 Long, W. Sebald, 174 (first italics mine). 81 In addition to the historical, Long makes a point of emphasizing both metaphysical and geophysical dimensions in Sebald’s works. , 21. ” Zur Poetik der Erinnerung in W.
105 and 120. 13 It is significant that Ermarth points to the way in which history should aspire to literature, yet she holds the discourses distinct: “We need a history that can do what literature can do, once it is freed from historical imperatives: recognize and give priority to the multiplicity of systems and to the volatility of meaning. , 115). 14 See Daniel Fulda and Silvia Serena Tschopp, “Einleitung. Literatur und Geschichte: Zur Konzeption des Kompendiums,” Literatur und Geschichte. Ein Kompendium zu ihrem Verhältnis von der Aufklärung bis zur Gegenwart, eds.
104 The various comparative taigh (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2000) 153–164; Ann Parry, “Idioms for the Unrepresentable: Postwar Fiction and the Shoah,”The Holocaust and the Text. Speaking the Unspeakable, eds. Andrew Leak and George Paizis (Basingstoke, England; New York, NY: Macmillan; St. Martin’s, with Institute for Romance Studies and Institute for English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, and Wiener Library, 2000) 109–124, et al. 102 See chapter three for a discussion of Sebald’s use of images and chapter six for a discussion of intermedial translation.