Taylorian Institution © Henrike Lähnemann
In our digital and interconnected world, attention is more important than ever, particularly for writers, scholars and artists, and yet it’s also a cognitive resource under unprecedented strain.
The three centuries since 1700 have seen a fertile dialogue between literature in German and the momentous historical, philosophical, and cultural shifts of the period.
This is the first study of Thomas Mann’s landmark German modernist novel Der Zauberberg (The Magic Mountain, 1924) that takes as its starting point the interest in Mann’s book shown b
The life of Rilke’s work is in its words, and this book attends closely to the life unfolding in Rilke’s words over the course of his career.