Literary Value and Sublime Irrelevance in Judith Hermann's 'Summerhouse, Later: Stories'
Judith Hermann's highly acclaimed Summerhouse, Later: Stories, suggests that the legitimacy and value of "knowledge" conveyed by literature exist between "social utility" and "sublime irrelevance".
||Judith Hermann, Epistemology, Humanities, Literary Knowledge, German Literature
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 7, pp.49-56.
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Steven Joyce, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988. Interests: Thomas Bernhard, G.B. Shaw, literary theory, translation. Scholarly Book: Transformations and Texts: G. B. Shaw's Buoyant Billions, Camden House, 1992. Courses taught: German 101-104; comparative studies 201, 203, 306, 367; English 378. 1988, 2000 recipient OSU-M Outstanding Teaching Award; 1996 OSU-M recipient Excellence in Research Award. Articles on Thomas Bernhard, G.B. Shaw, Christa Wolf, T.C Boyle, Michael Ondaatje, Calvino.
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