Robert Boyers

Not Now! Not Here!

In 1981, in an introduction to a book of stories by Stefan Zweig, John Fowles noted that “Zweig has suffered, since his death in 1942, a darker eclips

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After the Revolution

What Ever Happened To Modernism? is at once a polemic and a rigorous exposition of certain aspects of modernist practice. Like other such works on thi

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Thinking Small

In truth, Robert Walser does not know what he is after in these pieces, and it does not help much to be told by that they are “unambitious” and writte

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Impudence

Although Canetti was always a writer of huge ambition, and did not hesitate to speak of his own “inhumane” and “abhorrent” self-esteem, he displays in

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