Commiserating with Devastated Things seeks to understand the place
Milan Kundera calls "the universe of the novel." Working through
Kundera's oeuvre as well as the continental philosophical
tradition, Wirth argues that Kundera transforms-not
applies-philosophical reflection within literature. Reading between
Kundera's work and his self-avowed tradition, from Kafka to Hermann
Broch, Wirth asks what it might mean to insist that philosophy does
not have a monopoly on wisdom, that the novel has its own modes of
wisdom that challenge philosophy's.
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