London Review of Books commits tautological gaff shock!
by W.G. Sebald Three long-form poems, best read as prose. After Nature comprises three long poems. Their subjects are, in order: the 16th-century painter Matthias Grunewald; the 18th-century botanist, zoologist, physician and explorer Georg Wilhelm Steller, and his place on the Bering expedition to farmost eastern Russia; and Sebald's own early life. To be honest,…
Essays on five writers and a painter who influenced Sebald’s work.
W.G. Sebald on Wittgenstein flying a kite.