Tag Archives: De Aanslag

The Assault: Part 10: Time Eternal

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Time Eternal in The Assault: Events Put in a Larger, Timeless Perspective”

The Assault: Part 9: Familiar Imagery

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Familiar Imagery from Dutch History, Culture and Politics in The Assault

The Assault: Part 8: Selection and Reduction

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“History Changes, Then Solidifies in Historical Fiction, As in The Assault”

 

The Assault: Part 7: Causality and Coincidence

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“Causality and Coincidence in History, Historical Fiction and in The Assault”

 

The Assault: Part 6: The Changing Past

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“The Changing Past: The Assault Is the History of an Incident”

 

The Assault: Part 5: Time Stands Still: Petrifaction and Isolation

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“Time Stands Still: The Petrifaction of Anton’s World in The Assault”

The Assault: Part 4: Mulisch’s Five Times

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“The Five Forms of Time in the Historical Novel The Assault by Harry Mulisch”