>From: Jennifer Askey <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Book Reviewers needed
>I come to you in search of scholars eager to review, in about 1000
>words, in about 4 months, the following titles for Studies in 20th- and
>Arne Melberg. Aesthetics of Prose. Oslo Academic Press, 2008. (This book is
>an investiagion into the phenomenology of prose. The first section deals
>wtih two champions in the modern history of prose: Montaigne and Nietzsche.
>The second section conciders some versions of prose and modernity through
>two priles in the history of modernism: Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno.
>Furthermore, modern prose is examined through the development of the modern
>prose-poem. . . . .)
>I also would like to find a reviewer for:
>Michael Eskin, _Poetic Affairs: Celan, Gruenbein, Brodsky_ ("Focusing on
>their poetic dialogues with such interlocutors as Shakespeare, Seneca, and
>Byron--veritable love affairs unfolding in and through poetry--Eskin offers
>unprecedented readings of Celan's, Brodsky's, and Gruenbein's lives and
>works and discloses the ways in which poetry articulates and remains
>faithful to the manifold 'truths'--historical, political, poetic,
erotic--determining human existence.")
>Thank you for considering working with STTCL.
>Jennifer D. Askey, Ph.D.
>Assistant Professor of German
>Department of Modern Languages
>Eisenhower Hall 107
>Kansas State Univeristy
>Manhattan, KS 66506
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