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Abstract:In this paper, two Austrian writers, Franz Kafka and Elias Canetti, are taken as examples to investigate the phenomenon of flow and change in the history of German literature, focusing on interactions between elite individuals within civilizations. Firstly, examining the life experiences of Kafka and Canetti in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the paper reveals the complexity of the Empire's multi-cultural integration, highlights the rich cross-cultural experience of Canetti, and analyzes the "chain" of its geographical displacement and the complex relationship between "continuity" and cultural transactions. Secondly, with the help of abstract knowledge from the author's books, this article argues that Kafka's and Canetti's styles complete the transformation and creation of the "journey of Chinese spirit," form the virtual imagination of "Jewish China," and in turn make them strive to pursue the Chinese principle of "high simplicity." Through the investigation of these two cases, we can see that the relationship between elite individuals and the Qiaoyiing process of civilizations is "the former through the latter to discipline and grow, the latter through the former to show and develop," which confirms the significance of "individual sharing" of elite individuals, and shows the complex cultural relationship formed by the spiritual roaming of elite individuals between Austria, Judea, and China.
keywords: Elias Canetti;Franz Kafka;literary history;Jew;Qiaoyiology
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