Ghost writing: Phillip Roth, Franz Kafka and Bruno Schulz

Thinking through literature after Auschwitz
lecture series
Brian Goodman
English, Arizona State University

November 16 | 7 p.m.

How and why American Jewish writers like Philip Roth look to the communist-era Eastern bloc — and to dead writers from the region like Franz Kafka and Bruno Schulz — to help them imagine new ways of writing about the Holocaust in the final decades of the Cold War?