Jakob Lothe is Professor of English Literature at the University of Oslo and Adjunct Professor at the University of Bergen. His books include Conrad’s Narrative Method (1989), Narrative in Fiction and Film (2000), Joseph Conrad (2003), and Titanic (2012; with Per Kristian Sebak), the last two in Norwegian. Author of numerous essays, he has edited or co-edited several volumes, including, most recently, Franz Kafka: Narration, Rhetoric, and Reading (2011; with Beatrice Sandberg and Ronald Speirs), After Testimony: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Holocaust Narrative for the Future (2012; with Susan Rubin Suleiman and James Phelan), and Narrative Ethics (2013; with Jeremy Hawthorn).
Essays in Partial Answers
Writing the Holocaust Today: Critical Perspectives on Jonathan Littell’s The Kindly Ones, ed. Aurélie Barjonet and Liran Razinsky
Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2014