This is a novel based on two key elements in the current debate about history and rewriting of history in India. The first is the continuing controversy over the undeciphered Indus script; the second is the demolition of the Babri mosque in 1992. The novel tells the story of Ravi, an Indian journalist who begins to look into government complicity in the destruction of the mosque. In Delhi, he meets Peggy, an American researcher in ancient Indian archaeology, who stumbles across a possible bilingual Indus valley seal (a possible Rosetta stone). Together, they get caught up in deceit and
Fr. 02.12.2016 – Sa. 03.12.2016
Hundert Jahre „transzendentale Obdachlosigkeit“. Zur Aktualität von Georg Lukács’„Theorie des Romans“ (1916)
Obedience and Agency in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century European Literature
Seminar at the Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) in Utrecht, July 6-9, 2017
Abstracts due September 23, 2016
I've always loved C.S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower novels, in which the main character travels the oceans as part of the British Navy, advancing from Midshipman to Admiral.
Here's a page about them: loc.gov/nls/bibliographies/minibibs/horatio.html