A recipient of the Whiting Foundation Teaching Fellowship, Katherine Elkins is also the co-director of the Integrated Program in the Humane Studies at Kenyon College. In this lecture series, Elkins examines the development of the modern novel by investigating four great modernist authors: James Joyce, Franz Kafka, Marcel Proust, and Virginia Woolf. The lectures explore the authors’ most respected works and illustrate how each author’s unique style and vision made a major contribution to the look and shape of the novel today.
©2013 Katherine Elkins (P)2013 Crescite Group, LLC
I specifically picked out this selection because of Prof. Elkins. My only disappointment is that it is half the length of her course on the giants of French literature.
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