W.G. Sebald: A Critical Companion
Jonathan James Long, Anne Whitehead
University of Washington Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 239 pages
Likened to Proust, Gunter Grass, and Virginia Woolf, W.G. Sebald (1944-2001) is one of the most important writers of our time, combining a wide readership with universal critical acclaim. In this first collection to appear in English, new essays by leading international scholars offer interdisciplinary perspectives on Sebald's work, providing a thorough assessment of his achievement.
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Review: WG Sebald: A Critical CompanionUser Review - Jennifer - Goodreads
I liked this best for the critical review, which is the first I've seen of Sebaldian criticism. But the essays inside are, for the most part, unremarkable. Read full review
Review: WG Sebald: A Critical CompanionUser Review - Goodreads
I became interested in this book after reading Sebald's Vertigo. I enjoyed the article on Vertigo in this book.