Critical essays analyze Milan Kundera's psychological themes found frequently throughout his novels, including sexuality, love, and emotions.
- Hardback | 200 pages
- 158.5 x 242.8 x 17.8mm | 467.21g
- 22 May 2003
- Chelsea House Publishers
- Broomall, United States
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Table of contents
Freedom is my love : the works of Milan Kundera / Harold Bloom -- The real avante-garde / Richard C. Porter -- Milan Kundera : dialogues with fiction / Pearl K. Bell -- Kundera and kitsch / Peter Kussi -- Milan Kundera's use of sexuality / John Bayley -- The ambiguities of Milan Kundera / Mark Sturdivant -- Estrangement and irony / Roger Kimball -- On Kundera / Terry Eagleton -- The book of laughter and forgetting : Kundera's narration against narration / Italo Calvino -- Kundera's laws of beauty / Ellen Pifer -- The cyclic form of laughable loves / James S. Hans -- Milan Kundera : meaning, play, and the role of the author / Michael Carroll -- Time and distance / John O'Brien -- Milan Kundera : the search for self in a post-modern world / Tom Wilhelmus.