Daniel SchwartzPhD - Fourth Year
M.A. in Philosophy, Tufts University, 2019
B.A. in English, Harvard University, 2016
Modernism, Poetics, Philosophy
Once Upon a Time. Unlock the Clockcase, 2023.
“An Abrahamic Double Bind: An Examination of the Possibility of Faith in Crime and Punishment,” Slavonic and East European Review, Volume 101, Number 2, April 2023.
Review: "On Wittgenstein and Modernist Fiction: The Language of Acknowledgement by Greg Chase." On the Seawall, 2022.
"The Folly of Existing." On The Seawall, 2021.
Review: "On Seeing Silence by Mark C. Taylor." On The Seawall, 2021.
Review: "On The Lost Writings by Franz Kafka, translated by Michael Hofmann." On The Seawall, 2020.
"What We Cannot Say: The Stevensian Imperative,” NeMLA, Niagara Falls, NY; March, 2023.
“An Abrahamic Double Bind: An Examination of the Possibility of Faith in Crime and Punishment.” The 2022 North American Dostoevsky Society Graduate Research Forum. Honorable Mention North American Dostoevsky Society Graduate Essay Contest.
ENG 31a, "What Is It Like To Be An Animal: Other Minds in Literature," Brandeis University, Fall 2023.
The Trial by Franz Kafka, Daniel Deronda by George Eliot
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