Book review: ‘The Emergence of Memory’ by Lynne Sharon Schwartz (ed.)

‘The Emergence of Memory’ by Lynne Sharon Schwartz (ed.)

Over the years, and many, many re-readings of his uncategorisable work, I’ve become a huge fan of the late W.G. Sebald.

This enjoyable collection comprises the transcripts of a number of interviews Sebald gave with different interviewers, along with a few articles about him. It’s a fascinating read, and helped me appreciate a little better where Sebald was coming from.

It’s really a book for Sebald fans only. But, if you are a fan, it’s highly recommended.

Note: I will receive a small referral fee if you buy this book via one of the above links.

Richard Carter

Richard Carter is a writer and photo­grapher living in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. He is currently working on a book about looking at the world through Darwin’s eyes.Website · Newsletter · Mastodon · Facebook

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