The Rings Of Saturn

By W. G. Sebald

W. G. Sebald brought a new and thrilling radiance to contemporary fiction. The Rings of Saturn has both magic realism and the hallucinatory power of dream. Although told in the first person, its author is blessedly and uncannily absent.
~ Edna O’Brien

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Publish Date: 1995

An account of the author’s journey on foot across coastal East Anglia, the book turns into a series of meditations on people, cultures, and nature prompted by elements of the journey itself which illustrates the transient status of humans on Earth.