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Elfriede Jelinek : framed by language

Verfasser/in: Jorun B Johns; Katherine Arens
Verlag: Riverside, Calif. : Ariadne Press, ©1994.
Serien: Studies in Austrian literature, culture, and thought.
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Despite her wide-ranging literary production (spanning award-winning plays and novels, plays that unleash major theater scandals, screenplays, and many other genres), which has escalated her to the forefront of the Austrian literary scene, Elfriede Jelinek (born 1946) is still scarcely known to the English-speaking world. To date, only three of her books, The Piano Teacher (1988), Wonderful Wonderful Times (1990),
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Gattung/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Elfriede Jelinek.
Riverside, Calif. : Ariadne Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)607906928
Online version:
Elfriede Jelinek.
Riverside, Calif. : Ariadne Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)622670458
Name: Elfriede Jelinek; Elfriede Jelinek; Elfriede Jelinek; Elfriede Jelinek; Elfriede Jelinek
Medientyp: Internetquelle
Dokumenttyp: Buch, Internet-Ressource
Alle Autoren: Jorun B Johns; Katherine Arens
ISBN: 0929497929 9780929497921 0929497856 9780929497853
OCLC-Nummer: 29635191
Beschreibung: 309 pages : 1 illustration ; 23 cm.
Inhalt: Trans --
lation ( --
portation) / Elfriede Jelinek --
Framed by Language: On Elfriede Jelinek's Totenauberg / Eva Meyer --
"Where are the Big Topics, Where is the Big Form?" Elfriede Jelinek in Discussion with Eva Brenner about her Play Totenauberg, Theater and Politics / Eva Brenner --
Elfriede Jelinek's Lust and Madame Bovary --
A Comparative Analysis / Gertrud Lehnert --
Elfriede Jelinek's Satirical 'Prose-Poem' Lust / Hans H. Hiebel --
Keeping Promises, Breaking Rules: Stylistic Innovations in Elfriede Jelinek's Lust / Crystal Mazur Ockenfuss --
"Denouncing the Pornographic Subject": the American and German Pornography Debate and Elfriede Jelinek's Lust / Ulrich Struve --
A "Healthier Marriage": Elfriede Jelinek's Marxist Feminism in Die Klavierspielerin and Lust / Linda C. DeMeritt --
There Goes That Word Again, or, Elfriede Jelinek and Postmodernism / Allyson Fiddler.
Serientitel: Studies in Austrian literature, culture, and thought.
Verfasserangabe: edited by Jorun B. Johns and Katherine Arens.

Abstract:

Despite her wide-ranging literary production (spanning award-winning plays and novels, plays that unleash major theater scandals, screenplays, and many other genres), which has escalated her to the forefront of the Austrian literary scene, Elfriede Jelinek (born 1946) is still scarcely known to the English-speaking world. To date, only three of her books, The Piano Teacher (1988), Wonderful Wonderful Times (1990), and Lust (1992) have been translated.

The essays collected here demonstrate the range and significance of this major literary voice, addressing Jelinek as a master of modernist prose, of postmodern critiques of literary genres, of stage and screen, and of feminist and antifascist criticism. Jelinek's oeuvre encompasses reworkings of older literary genres (reminiscent of Joyce Carol Oates), refashioned as contemporary criticism of domestic violence, pornography, oppression of women, or the continuance of the fascist legacy in the everyday world of contemporary Austria and Germany. Her experiments on the stage and screen are as eerily evocative as the works of Robert Wilson, yet deliver trenchant political and social critiques, as their shared modernist and postmodern agendas would require.

Her questioning and use of language continues the distinctively Austrian tradition more familiar from Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Karl Kraus, and Peter Handke, yet drawing its unique inspiration from a range of other sources, including Martin Heidegger. Elfriede Jelinek introduces herself in this volume with an essay on translation. The remaining contributions by eminent scholars from both Europe and the United States illuminate Jelinek's writings through discussions of her major works. These critical analyses and their attendant bibliographies make Jelinek's fascinating and significant literary world available to English-speaking readers for the first time.

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