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Critical essays on Elias Canetti

Author: David Darby
Publisher: New York : G.K. Hall, ©2000.
Series: Critical essays on world literature.
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This is a collection of critical essays on Elias Canetti's works by Dagmar Barnouw, Iris Murdoch, Gerhard Melzer, Anne Fuchs, Friederike Eigler, and other writers.
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Critical essays on Elias Canetti.
New York : G.K. Hall, c2000
(OCoLC)607270421
Named Person: Elias Canetti; Elias Canetti; Elias Canetti
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Darby
ISBN: 0783804555 9780783804552
OCLC Number: 42718663
Description: xi, 299 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Elias Canetti: poet and intellectual / Dagmar Barnouw --
Auto-da-Fé / Hermann Hesse --
Auto-da-Fé / Hans Magnus Enzensberger --
The world can no longer be depicted as in earlier novels / Elias Canetti, in conversation with Manfred Durzak --
Auto da fé: reading misreading in Elias Canetti's Die Blendung / Patrick O'Neill --
The uses of parody: Gogol, Stendhal, and Kafka in Canetti's Auto-da-Fé / Harriet Murphy --
The acoustic mask: toward a theory of drama / Elias Canetti, in conversation with Manfred Durzak --
The power and powerlessness of the earwitness: the dramatic in Canetti's early plays / Peter Laemmle --
Utopian dissent: Canetti's dramatic fictions / Dagmar Barnouw --
Crowds and power / Elias Canetti and Theodor W. Adorno, in conversation --
Mass, might and myth / Iris Murdoch --
Canetti as anthropologist / Ritchie Robertson --
Destiny's herald: Elias Canetti's crowds and power and its continuing influence / Hansjakob Werlen --
At the edge of silence: "mystery" in the work of Elias Canetti / Gerhard Melzer --
The dignity of difference: self and other in Elias Canetti's Voices of Marrakesh / Anne Fuchs --
The only sentence and its sole possessor: the symbolic power of Elias Canetti / Gerhard Melzer --
The individual and his literature: on Elias Canetti's conception of the writer / Bernd Witte --
Canetti's later work / J.P. Stern --
A passion for people: Elias Canetti's autobiography and its implications for exile studies / Harriet Murphy --
"Fissures in the monument": reassessing Elias Canetti's autobiographical works / Friederike Eigler --
The writer in hiding / Claudio Magris.
Series Title: Critical essays on world literature.
Responsibility: edited by David Darby.

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This is a collection of critical essays on Elias Canetti's works by Dagmar Barnouw, Iris Murdoch, Gerhard Melzer, Anne Fuchs, Friederike Eigler, and other writers.

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