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W. G. (Winfried Georg) Sebald Links:

    -WIKIPEDIA: W. G. Sebald
-OBIT: W. G. Sebald, Elegiac German Novelist, Is Dead at 57 (MEL GUSSOW, DECEMBER 14, 2001, NY Times)
    -EXCERPT: Chapter One of Vertigo by W.G. Sebald
    -EXCERPT: Chapter One of Rings of Saturn by W.G. Sebald
    -EXCERPT: Chapter One of Austerlitz by W.G. Sebald
    -TRIBUTE: W.G. Sebald: In Memoriam: A rising literary star whose early death was emblematic of the central themes in his work (Clay Risen, 12.17.01, Flak)
    -TRIBUTE: Memory's martyr (Peter Heinegg, Spring 2002, Cross Currents)
    -APPRECIATION: Masterful weaving of historical fact, invention was W.G. Sebald's legacy (Kenneth Baker, December 23, 2001 , SF Chronicle)
    -INTERVIEW: Interview with W G Sebald (Sebastian Shakespeare, October 2001, Literary Review)
    -ESSAY: Near-Coincidences: Digression and the Literature of the Age of the Internet (Gianluca Didino, 3/20/22, LA Review of Books)
    -INTERVIEW : Past imperfect: Although W. G. Sebald is loved by literary critics, he tells SIMON HOUPT that he finds writing an embarrassing occupation (Globe Books, November 17, 2001)
    -INTERVIEW : Q & A: W.G. Sebald : The German-born author talks about translation, photography and the case against collective amnesia. (Kenneth Baker, 10/07/01, SF Chronicle)
-INTERVIEW: The Questionable Business of Writing: In a rare interview, author, philosopher and academic W G Sebald talks to Toby Green about memory, modern culture and the truth of writing. (Amazon uk)
    -INTERVIEW: The significant Mr Sebald: In middle age WG Sebald began quietly writing books of haunting, emotionally devastating power and now he is on the verge of literary superstardom. (Maria Alvarez, 24/09/2001)
    -PROFILE: Writing in the Shadows (MARGO JEFFERSON, March 18, 2001, NY Times)
    -PROFILE : W. G. Sebald Combines Memoir, Novel and Essay and Adds Photos: Even without reading W. G. Sebald's books, you can see at a glance that they are idiosyncratic. His latest novel, "Austerlitz," is no exception. (Arthur Lubow, 12/11/01, NY Times)
    -PROFILE : The Guardian Profile: WG Sebald : Recovered memories: One of Germany's post-Holocaust generation, he has worked as an academic in Britain for nearly 40 years. He is also an acclaimed writer, and his genre-defying fiction - part memoir, travelogue and history - explores themes of restlessness and loss. (Maya Jaggi, September 22, 2001, The Guardian)
    -REVIEW ESSAY: Desperately Seeking Sebald: a review of Speak, Silence: In Search of W. G. Sebald, by Carole Angier (Lauren Oyler, Harpers)
-ESSAY : Sebald's Fog: With his Gothic meanderings and limp mimicry of Kafka, this unlikely darling of high European style is merely lost in an English cul-de-sac (Michael Hofmann, The Prospect, October 2001) -ESSAY: Fascinating', 'Magical', 'A heap of goat droppings' . . .: The third report by Tom Cox on life between the covers at the Griston village book club as they discuss WG Sebald's The Rings of Saturn (Daily Telegraph, 17/11/2002)
    -ARCHIVES: "w. g. sebald" (Find Articles)
    -ARCHIVES: sebald (Mag Portal)
    -REVIEW : of Vertigo by W.G. Sebald (W. S. Di Piero, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW : of Vertigo by W.G. Sebald (Richard Eder, NY Times)
    -REVIEW : of Vertigo (Nicole Krauss, Partisan Review)
    -REVIEW : of Vertigo (Pico Iyer, Harper's)
    -REVIEW : of Vertigo (Millicent Dillon, SF Chronicle)
    -REVIEW : of Vertigo (Brigitte Frase, Salon)
    -REVIEW: of Rings of Saturn by W.G. Sebald (Roberta Silman, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW : of The Rings of Saturn by W.G. Sebald (Fin Keegan, 2nd Circle)
-REVIEW: of The Emigrants by W. G. Sebald ( Larry Wolff, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW: of The Emigrants (Martin Chalmers, New Statesman)
    -REVIEW: of Austerlitz: Excavating a Life by W.G. Sebald (Richard Eder, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (MICHIKO KAKUTANI, NY Times)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (George Walden, Daily Telegraph)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (Michael Dirda, Washington Post)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (Anita Brookner, The Spectator)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (A.S. Byatt, New Statesman)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (John Banville, New Republic)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (The Economist)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (Kenneth Baker, SF Chronicle)
    -REVIEW : of Austerlitz (Boyd Tonkin, Independent)
    -REVIEW: of After Nature by W. G. Sebald (Eva Hoffman, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW: of After Nature (Ruth Franklin, New Republic)
    -REVIEW: of After Nature (David Constantine, Independent)
    -REVIEW : of After Nature (Kenneth Baker, SF Chronicle)
    -REVIEW : of After Nature (Anthony Thwaite, Daily Telegraph)
    -REVIEW : of After Nature (Lachlan Mackinnon, Daily Telegraph)
    -REVIEW: of On the Natural History of Destruction by W. G. Sebald (Christopher Hitchens, Atlantic Monthly)
    -REVIEW: of On the Natural History of Destruction by WG Sebald (John Banville, The Guardian)
    -REVIEW: of On the Natural History of Destruction by W G Sebald (Alan Marshall, Daily Telegraph)
    -REVIEW: of On the Natural History of Destruction by W G Sebald (Max Hastings, Daily Telegraph)
    -ESSAY: W.G. Sebald: The modern novel's master strategist (E.L. Doctorow, March 23, 2003, LA Times)
    -REVIEW: of Speak, Silence by Carole Angier (Max Norman, The New Yorker)

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