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Shop Talk - Roth, Philip
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Primo Levi [1986] On the friday in September 1986 that I arrived in Turin to renew a conversation with Primo Levi that we had begun one afternoon in London the spring before, I asked to be shown around the paint factory where he'd been employed as a research chemist and, afterward, until retirement, as manager. Altogether the company employs Tfty people, mainly chemists who work in the laboratories and skilled laborers on the toor of the plant. The production machinery, the row of storage tanks, the laboratory building, the Tnished product in man-sized containers ready to be shipped, the reprocessing facility that puriTes the wastesall of it is encompassed in four or Tve acres seven miles from Turin. The machines that are drying resin and blending varnish and pumping off pollutants are never distressingly loud, the yard's acrid odorthe smell, Levi told me, that clung to his clothing for two years after his retirementis by no means disgusting, and the thirty-yard Dumpster loaded to the brim with the black sludgy residue of the antipolluting process isn't particularly unsightly. It is hardly the world's ugliest industrial environment, but a long way nonetheless from those sentences suffused with mind that are the hallmark of Levi's autobiographical narratives. However far from the spirit of the prose, the factory is clearly close to his heart; taking in what I could of the noise, the stink, the mosaic of pipes and vats and tanks and dials, I remembered Faussone, the skilled rigger in The Monkey's Wrench, saying to Levi, who calls Faussone "my alter ego," "I have to tell you, being around a work site is something I enjoy." As we walked through the open yard to the laboratory, a simply designed two-story building constructed during Levi's managerial days, he told me, "I have been cut off from the factory for twelve years. This will be an adventure for me." He said he believed that nearly everybody once working with him was now retired or dead, and indeed, those few still there whom he ran into seemed to strike him as specters. "It's another ghost," he whispered to me after someone from the central ofTce that had once been his emerged to welcome him back. On our way to the section of the laboratory where raw materials are scrutinized before moving to production, I asked Levi if he could identify the chemical aroma faintly permeating the corridor: I thought it smelled like a hospital corridor. Just fractionally he raised his head and exposed his nostrils to the air. With a smile he told me, "I understand and can analyze it like a dog." He seemed to me inwardly animated more in the manner of some quicksilver little woodland creature enlivened by the forest's most astute intelligence. Levi is small and slight, though not so delicately built as his unassuming demeanor makes him at Trst appear, and seemingly as nimble as he must have been at ten. In his body, as in Literary Collections Literary Collections eBook, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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In Philip Roth s intimate intellectual encounters with an international and diverse cast of writers, they explore the importance of region, politics, and history in their work and trace the imaginative path by which a writer s highly individualized art is informed by the wider conditions of life. Milan Kundera and Czechoslovakia, Primo Levi and Auschwitz, Edna O Brien and Ireland, Aharon Appelfeld and Bukovina, Ivan Klima and Prague, Isaac Singer and Warsaw, Bruno Schulz and Poland what is the intricate transaction between the susceptible writer and the provocative time and place? Roth s questions go to the original conditions that stimulate the narrative impulse, and he puts them to writers who are as attuned to the subtleties of literature as to the influence of the surrounding society. Also included here are appreciative portraits of two of Roth s late friends, each transfixed till the end by his artistic vocation the writer Bernard Malamud and the painter Philip Guston as well as several cartoons drawn by Guston, a gift to Roth to illustrate his novella THE BREAST and printed here for the first time. SHOP TALK concludes with Roth s essay Rereading Saul Bellow, a vivid presentation of Bellow s achievement and, in the spirit of this collection, very much a colleague s reading. classics,criticism and theory,essays,essays and correspondence,history and criticism,language arts,literary criticism,literary criticism and collections,literature and fiction,movements and periods Literature & Fiction, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company

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In Philip Roth’s intimate intellectual encounters with an international and diverse cast of writers, they explore the importance of region, politics, and history in their work and trace the imaginative path by which a writer’s highly individualized art is informed by the wider conditions of life. Milan Kundera and Czechoslovakia, Primo Levi and Auschwitz, Edna O’Brien and Ireland, Aharon Appelfeld and Bukovina, Ivan Klíma and Prague, Isaac Singer and Warsaw, Bruno Schulz and Poland ? what is the intricate transaction between the susceptible writer and the provocative time and place? Roth’s questions go to the original conditions that stimulate the narrative impulse, and he puts them to writers who are as attuned to the subtleties of literature as to the influence of the surrounding society. Also included here are appreciative portraits of two of Roth’s late friends, each transfixed till the end by his artistic vocation ? the writer Bernard Malamud and the painter Philip Guston ? as well as several cartoons drawn by Guston, a gift to Roth to illustrate his novella THE BREAST and printed here for the first time. SHOP TALK concludes with Roth’s essay ?Rereading Saul Bellow," a vivid presentation of Bellow’s achievement and, in the spirit of this collection, very much a colleague’s reading. classics,criticism and theory,essays,essays and correspondence,history and criticism,language arts,literary criticism,literary criticism and collections,literature and fiction,movements and periods Literature & Fiction, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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[EAN: 9780618153145], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston], PHILIP ROTH, LITERARY STUDIES, WRITING, WRITERS, NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS, MILAN KUNDERA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, PRIMO LEVI, MARY MCCARTHY, SAUL BELLOW, AUSCHWITZ, EDNA O'BRIEN, IRELAND, AARON APPELFELD, BUKOVINA, IVAN KLIMA, PRAGUE, ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER, WARSAW, BRUNO SCHULTZ, POLAND, Literary Criticism|General, Social Science|Methodology, Jacket, 160 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. LITERARY STUDIES. How is literature made in the writer's mind, and how is the writer's mind engaged by what is happening out in the world? In Philip Roth's intimate encounters with an international and diverse cast of writers, they explore the importance of region, politics, and history in their work and trace the imaginative path by which a writer's highly individualized art is informed by the wider conditions of life. Milan Kundera and Czechoslovakia, Primo Levi and Auschwitz, Edna O'Brien and Ireland, Aaron Appelfeld and Bukovina, Ivan Klima and Prague, Isaac Singer and Warsaw, Bruno Schultz and Poland - what is the intricate transaction between the susceptible writer and the provocative time and Place? (Key Words: Philip Roth, Literary Studies, Writing, Writers, Nobel Prize Winners, Milan Kundera, Czechoslovakia, Primo Levi, Mary McCarthy, Saul Bellow, Auschwitz, Edna O'Brien, Ireland, Aaron Appelfeld, Bukovina, Ivan Klima, Prague, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Warsaw, Bruno Schultz, Poland).

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In Philip Roth's intimate intellectual encounters with an international and diverse cast of writers, they explore the importance of region, politics, and history in their work and trace the imaginative path by which a writer's highly individualized art is informed by the wider conditions of life. Milan Kundera and Czechoslovakia, Primo Levi and Auschwitz, Edna O'Brien and Ireland, Aharon Appelfeld and Bukovina, Ivan Klima and Prague, Isaac Singer and Warsaw, Bruno Schulz and Poland -- what is the intricate transaction between the susceptible writer and the provocative time and place? Roth's questions go to the original conditions that stimulate the narrative impulse, and he puts them to writers who are as attuned to the subtleties of literature as to the influence of the surrounding society. Also included here are appreciative portraits of two of Roth's late friends, each transfixed till the end by his artistic vocation -- the writer Bernard Malamud and the painter Philip Guston -- as well as several cartoons drawn by Guston, a gift to Roth to illustrate his novella THE BREAST and printed here for the first time. SHOP TALK concludes with Roth's essay "Rereading Saul Bellow," a vivid presentation of Bellow's achievement and, in the spirit of this collection, very much a colleague's reading. Shop Talk: A Writer and His Colleagues and Their Work Roth, Philip, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH)

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Shop Talk: A Writer and His Colleagues and Their Work

In Roth's intimate intellectual encounters with an international and diverse cast of writers, they explore the importance of region, politics, and history in their work and trace the imaginative path by which a writer's highly individualized art is informed by the wider conditions of life.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780618153145
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0618153144
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
160 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,367 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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