Elias Canetti

NOUN
  1. English writer born in Germany (1905-1994)
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  • As it happens, Hicks was the first in what would become a long line of "difficult" men to whom Murdoch was attracted, culminating in a long affair with Elias Canetti, the future Nobel Prize-winner. The Good Apprentice
  • So all the characteristics that are behind the dangers of the massing mob, all the risks of crowd psychology and group behavior -- as Elias Canetti described in the seminal "Crowds and Power" -- are at work here. Adam Hanft: Murdoch's Arab Summer; We Always Knew, Now We Know
  • In her essay on Elias Canetti, Sontag notes his admiration for the novelist Hermann Broch and those great patient novels 'The Death of Virgil' and 'The Sleepwalkers.' A Very Public Intellectual
  • The epitome of this came as far back as 1981 with the award to Elias Canetti, a Ladino-speaking Bulgarian-born German writer who resided in London. A Rare Swedish Triumph
  • Antonin Artaud, Roland Barthes, Samuel Beckett, Walter Benjamin, Elias Canetti and Cioran himself were among the writers about whom Sontag wrote most enthusiastically. A Very Public Intellectual
  • Characters also recoil on their authors in the wake of writing; when Elias Canetti finished Auto-da-Fe, he fell into confused remorse and guilt for inventing the death by fire that was his protagonist Kien's fate.
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