Vol. XII, #1 Robert Walser

Review of Contemporary Fiction
  • Acknowledgments
  • Susan Bernofsky and Tom Whalen, “Introduction”
  •  Robert Walser, “Prose Pieces and Letters”
  • Martin Walser, “A Poet Apart: On Robert Walser”
  • Lynne Sharon Schwartz, “A Sort of Hero”
  • Christopher Middleton, “Translation as a Species of Mime”
  • Five Letters from the Brothers Quay and Stills from The Comb
  • John Biguenet, “Walking Wounded: The Moral Vision of Robert Walser”
  • Peter Bichsel, “Reading Geschwister Tanner
  • Hermann Hesse, “Der Gehulfe
  • Tamara S. Evans, “Robert Walser on the Battle of Sempach: A History Lesson”
  • Phillip Lopate, “‘The Walk’ as a Species of Walk Literature”
  • Werner Morlang, “The Singular Bliss of the Pencil Method: On the Microscripts”
  • Bernard Echte, “Robert Walser’s Rauber Novel”
  • Mark Harman, “A Secretive Modernist: Robert Walser and His Microscripts”
  • Adolf Muschg, “Lost Traces: On a Poem by Robert Walser”
  • Tom Whalen, “Ignorance, Analogy, Motion: Robert Walser’s ‘Boat Trip'”
  • Tom Whalen, “A Robert Walser Bibliography”
  • John O’Brien, “An Interview with Diane Williams”
  • Books Received

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Publication: Review of Contemporary Fiction
Volume: 12
Issue: 1
Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN-13: 9781564781192
GTIN13: 9781564781192
Language: eng
List price: $10.00