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Joshua Cohen in Berlin: An Interview

Joshua Cohen is an American writer. He is author of five novels, including Witz (2010), Book of Numbers (2015) and, most recently, Moving Kings (2017), as well as numerous short stories and non-fiction pieces. He has worked as a contributing editor for Harper’s Magazine, the New York Times, … Continue reading

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Ernst, Tragisch, Problematisch – Guido Mazzoni on Late Capitalism and the Theory of the Novel

Guido Mazzoni is a poet, essayist and a founding editor of Le parole e le cose, Italy’s leading cultural webzine. He is a professor at the University of Siena. In 2011 he published Teoria del romanzo, which has now been … Continue reading

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Le vagabondage de la raison : Proust et la pensée de l’essai selon Adorno

I’ve got an article appearing in the Bulletin d’informations proustiennes this October discussing Proust’s essayism in relation to Adorno. PDF of the proofs for anyone interested. Advertisements

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‘The Novel Today’: Panel discussion with Mikhail Shishkin, Yoko Tawada, Georg Klein

In January this year I hosted a panel discussion with the writers Mikahil Shishkin, Yoko Tawada and Georg Klein about various aspects of the novel. A video of the event is finally available (German with English subtitles), though Frau Tawada’s … Continue reading

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