Returning to the Originary Enmity of Philosophy and Literature: Juan Benet's DEL POZO Y DEL NUMA (Un ensayo y una leyenda)Revista de Estudios Hispanicos
AbstractThe article discusses the book "Del pozo y del numa (un ensayo y una leyenda)," by Spanish author Juan Benet. The book is a critical analysis of the work of German novelist Thomas Mann. The article explores the similarities between the two writers, and while Benet was disappointed in Mann's opus "Joseph and His Brothers," both writers were accustomed to include philosophical digressions in their works. The article also mentions Benet's love-hate relationship with literary criticism.
Citation InformationStephen D. Gingerich. "Returning to the Originary Enmity of Philosophy and Literature: Juan Benet's DEL POZO Y DEL NUMA (Un ensayo y una leyenda)" Revista de Estudios Hispanicos Vol. 38 Iss. 2 (2004) p. 317 - 340
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