24MAY 2016
Stefan Zweig Beware of Pity

Stefan Zweig Beware of Pity

When Stefan Zweig, forced into a peripatetic life by the increase of Nazism, arrived in nyc in 1935, he had been persistently expected to produce a statement in regards to the treatment of the Jews in Germany. He declined to-be drawn-out, and said in communication that their explanation was that something he stated would probably only make their particular situation worse…

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18MAY 2016
Author of the Metamorphosis

Author of the Metamorphosis

Franz Kafka (German pronunciation: [ˈfʀants ˈkafka]) ended up being among significant fiction article authors regarding the twentieth century. He was created to a middle-class German-speaking Jewish family in Prague, Bohemia (presently the Czech Republic), Austria–Hungary. Their unique human anatomy of writing—much of which is incomplete and which was primarily published posthumously—is…

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12MAY 2016
Kafka novel

Kafka novel

The fantastic Japanese manager Yukio Ninagawa, now 79, gave us some unforgettable productions over the years. But even by their criteria, this form of Haruki Murakami’s 2002 novel is very some thing. A complex narrative is rendered through numerous moments ready in huge plastic cubes that glide about the phase like phantasmagoric art installations, with a heroic military of…

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06MAY 2016
Kafka Letter to his father

Kafka Letter to his father

Firstly the 103 pages of Kafka s handwritten letter Letter to His daddy (German: Brief an den Vater ) could be the name frequently fond of the page Franz Kafka wrote to his daddy Hermann in November 1919, indicting him for their emotionally abusive and hypocritical behavior towards him. Kafka hoped the letter would connect the growing space between him along with his daddy…

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27APR 2016
Contemporary Austrian Literature

Contemporary Austrian Literature

Biography My teaching and research interests tend to be broad you need to include German literary works and culture since 1750, European perceptions of various other cultures, songs and literary works, and also relative Dutch studies (including Dutch colonial literature and reactions to that literature in modern Indonesian writing). For undergraduates, I teach a broad education…

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21APR 2016
Elfriede Jelinek the Piano Teacher

Elfriede Jelinek the Piano Teacher

The Piano Teacher (German: Die Klavierspielerin) is a novel by Austrian Nobel Prize winner Elfriede Jelinek, initially published in 1983 by Rowohlt Verlag. Translated by Joachim Neugroschel, it was 1st of Jelinek s books to be translated into English. The book uses protagonist Erika Kohut, a sexually and emotionally repressed piano teacher, as she gets in into a sadomasochistic…

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