Till Kinzel received his Dr. Phil. (2002) and Habilitation (2005) from the Technical University of Berlin. He has published books on Allan Bloom (Platonische Kulturkritik in Amerika; 2002), Nicolás Gómez Dávila (2003, 4th enlarged ed. forthcoming), Philip Roth (Die Tragödie und Komödie des amerikanischen Lebens, 2006) and Michael Oakeshott (2007). Most recently, he has edited writings by J. J. Eschenburg (Kleine Geschichte des Romans von der Antike bis zur Aufklärung, 2014) and Edward Gibbon and co-edited Imaginary Dialogues in English (2012) and Imaginary Dialogues in American Literature and Philosophy (2014) and Audionarratology: Interfaces of Sound and Narrative (2016; with Jarmila Mildorf), as well as books on the reception of Edward Gibbon in Germany (2015) and on the poet and translator Johann Arnold Ebert (2016). Current research interests include dialogue poetry as well as the literature and philosophy of the German and British Enlightenments.
Essays in Partial Answers
Narrativity and Sound in German Radio Play Adaptations of Paul Auster’s The New York Trilogy
Volume 15, issue 1, January 2017