Tag: W.G. Sebald

December 8, 2010  |  No Comments

The style of narration in The Emigrants is akin to a pathologist murmuring into his dictaphone at the end of a long day of autopsies. It confronts ugliness, despair, and destruction with a mask of neutral reserve and tireless scientific dedication to detail. It’s unique and beautiful, breathes real life, and artfully expresses a melancholy … Read More