Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading ed. by Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, Ronald Speirs (review)

Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading ed. by Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, Ronald... Book Reviews ested in the kind of understanding of Musil's historical moment Bourdieu's analysis makes possible in Wolf's more than capable hands, and literary scholars interested in the general possibilities of Bourdieu's methods of analysis. Central Michigan University --Mark M. Freed Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading. Edited by Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, and Ronald Speirs. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2011. 251 pages. $21.95. Combining the distinct nature of Franz Kafka's modernist fiction with the complexity of narrative theory is a task most fruitfully approached by a range of critical voices, scholarly angles, and thematic emphases; Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading demonstrates a genuine collaboration to this end. Based on a 2006 symposium that brought together both renowned Kafka scholars and narratologists (several of whom were members of the hosting research group in Narrative Theory and Analysis in Oslo), the collection is a strong contribution to the flourishing field of Kafka studies and offers suggestive insights for narratology. In the introduction, Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, and Ronald Speirs cogently set the keynote of the volume's ten essays. While it is common and appropriate to begin any discussion of Kafka's narrative style by referring to and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Monatshefte University of Wisconsin Press

Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading ed. by Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, Ronald Speirs (review)

Monatshefte, Volume 105 (1) – Mar 23, 2013

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Book Reviews ested in the kind of understanding of Musil's historical moment Bourdieu's analysis makes possible in Wolf's more than capable hands, and literary scholars interested in the general possibilities of Bourdieu's methods of analysis. Central Michigan University --Mark M. Freed Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading. Edited by Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, and Ronald Speirs. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2011. 251 pages. $21.95. Combining the distinct nature of Franz Kafka's modernist fiction with the complexity of narrative theory is a task most fruitfully approached by a range of critical voices, scholarly angles, and thematic emphases; Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading demonstrates a genuine collaboration to this end. Based on a 2006 symposium that brought together both renowned Kafka scholars and narratologists (several of whom were members of the hosting research group in Narrative Theory and Analysis in Oslo), the collection is a strong contribution to the flourishing field of Kafka studies and offers suggestive insights for narratology. In the introduction, Jakob Lothe, Beatrice Sandberg, and Ronald Speirs cogently set the keynote of the volume's ten essays. While it is common and appropriate to begin any discussion of Kafka's narrative style by referring to and

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