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 January 2010

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 Sounding Postmodernity
 Jarmila Mildorf

 Narrativity and Sound in German Radio Play Adaptations of Paul Auster’s The New York Trilogy
 Till Kinzel

 Non-Sovereign Voices in Friederike Mayröcker’s Aural Texts
 Inge Arteel

 Singing Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow
 Anahita Rouyan

 Being Silent, Doing Nothing
 Agatha Frischmuth

 Musical Macrostructures in The Gold Bug Variations and Orfeo by Richard Powers; or, Toward a Media-Conscious Audionarratology
 A. Elisabeth Reichel

 New Modes of Listening
 Emily Petermann

 Narrating Sounds
 Jarmila Mildorf and Till Kinzel

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David Stromberg
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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David Stromberg is a writer, translator, and literary scholar. He completed his doctorate – Narrative Faith: Structural Complexity and Moral Vision – in the Department of English at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has since undertaken postdoctoral research at the University of Leuven, Belgium, and the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin. His fiction has appeared in Atticus Review, the UK's Ambit and the online KGB LitMag, and his translations in The New YorkerPartial Answers, and Asymptote. He has also written on arts and culture for The Jerusalem PostThe Jerusalem Report, The Forward, and Haaretz. His scholarly articles have appeared or are forthcoming in Russian ReviewFrench Forum, and two collections: The Ethics of Literary Communication (Benjamins) and Paradigms of Narratology (de Gruyter). He is editing a collection of essays by Isaac Bashevis Singer and developing a research project on "Idiot Love," dealing with concepts of intimacy in Plato, Dostoevsky, and Melanie Klein. His current research topic is Idiot Love, dealing with concepts of intimacy in Plato, Dostoevsky, and Melanie Klein.

 

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