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(PN Review 244) A Lyric Voice at Bay
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David Herman is a regular contributor to PN Review and has written widely on various Soviet writers, fro Isaac Babel to Vasily Grossman.
David Herman's work featured in PN Review comprises 12 articles, one interview, and one review, over a period of 10 years.
Article in PN Review 200 (2011) 'I don't know what sort of a genre this is'
Article in PN Review 201 (2011) Bringing Distance to Life: Josef Herman (1911-2000)
Article in PN Review 206 (2012) Zweig's Café Goes Online
Article in PN Review 211 (2013) What Kind of History Will Endure?
Article in PN Review 218 (2014) Fragments of the Past
Article in PN Review 221 (2015) Jan Kott and the 1960s Theatre Revolution
Article in PN Review 237 (2017) ‘In the Province of Demons’: On Czesław Miłosz
Article in PN Review 240 (2018) on Adam Kirsch
Article in PN Review 243 (2018) on Philip Roth
Article in PN Review 247 (2019) on Lionel Trilling
Article in PN Review 251 (2020) ‘The simple arithmetic of brutality’
Article in PN Review 252 (2020) ‘Reborn’: on Moser's Sontag