Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., New York, Wien. European University Studies: Series 1, German Language and Literature. Vol. 1778. This book argues that the problem of autonomy is central to the understanding of the literary and philosophical works of Hermann Broch. The book locates the origin of the problem of autonomy in Broch's dialogue with contemporary Austrian thinkers in the early years of the twentieth century and traces the problem through his major literary works from Die Schlafwandler to Die Schuldlosen. Using a deconstructive approach, the book argues that the problem of autonomy in Broch's works is best understood as a problem of writing: the inability of the written word fully to capture presence. Contents: A study of Hermann Broch's philosophical and literary works from the point of view of the problem of autonomy.(KW 4: 230), Vergil quickly answers in the negative. Because Lucius does not understand the metaphysical notion of completeness Vergil is talking about, he would never be able to a#39;completea#39; the work in Vergila#39;s sense after the poeta#39;s death .
|Title||:||The Problem of Autonomy in the Works of Hermann Broch|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang Pub Incorporated - 2000|