Time And Relative Dimensions In Sebald: Time, space, and distance as phenomena, in W.G. Sebald’s documentary fiction.
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This dissertation is the result of a project, grounded in the consideration of ‘time’ in the core courses of the ‘Literature and Modernity’ programme, into how the narrator[s] of and characters in W.G Sebald’s documentary fiction experience time, space, and distance as phenomena. It will deal with three of Sebald’s best-known works: The Emigrants (1992) and The Rings of Saturn (1995) both in translation by Michael Hulse, and Austerlitz (2001) in translation by Anthea Bell.