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The Gruppe 47, fifty years on : a re-appraisal of its literary and political significance

Author: K Stuart Parkes; John J White; Goethe-Institut London.; University of London. Institute of Germanic Studies.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Atlanta, Ga. : Rodopi, ©1999.
Series: German monitor, no. 45.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Congresses
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Gruppe 47, fifty years on.
Amsterdam ; Atlanta, Ga. : Rodopi, ©1999
(OCoLC)606526313
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: K Stuart Parkes; John J White; Goethe-Institut London.; University of London. Institute of Germanic Studies.
ISBN: 9042006870 9789042006874
Language Note: English and German.
OCLC Number: 42804955
Notes: Papers from a conference "Die Gruppe 47 in der deutschen und österreichischen Literatur und Gesellschaft", sponsored by the Goethe Institute, London and the University of London's Institute of Germanic Studies, held at the Goethe Institute in September 1997.
Description: xxiii, 296 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Stuart PARKES, John J. WHITE: Introduction. Wilfried van der WILL: The Agenda of Re-education and the Contributors of Der Ruf 1946-47. Clare FLANAGAN: Der Ruf and the Charge of Nationalism. Helmut PEITSCH: Die Gruppe 47 und das Konzept des Engagements. Jurgen SCHUTTE: Literarische Restauration - Literarische Opposition. Vom Spielraum realistischer Literatur am Anfang der 50er Jahre. Rhys W. WILLIAMS: Inventing West German Literature: Alfred Andersch and the Gruppe 47. Christina UJMA: Alfred Anderschs Italienbild im Kontext der Nachkriegsliteratur. Frank FINLAY: 'Ein Schriftsteller, der funktioniert, ist keiner mehr': Heinrich Boll and the Gruppe 47. Anthony WAINE: 'Templones Ende' and Walser's Arrival. Stuart TABERNER: Fictional Reflections on the Gruppe 47 in Martin Walser's Kristlein Trilogy. Katrin KOHL: 'Diesmal wollte man [ihn] gern anders' - Peter Ruhmkorf und die Gruppe 47. Robert GILLETT: 'Nein. Es war sehr kompliziert.' The problem of Hubert Fichte. Johann SONNLEITNER: Grenzuberschreitungen. Ilse Aichinger und die Gruppe 47. John WIECZOREK: Johannes Bobrowski und die Gruppe 47. Esther V. SCHNEIDER-HANDSCHIN: 'Die Wahrheit ist dem Menschen zumutbar' - Ingeborg Bachmann und die Gruppe 47 auf dem Hintergrund der osterreichischen bzw. deutschen Kulturpolitik. Sabine COFALLA: Elitewechsel im literarischen Feld nach 1945. Eine soziologische Verortung der Gruppe 47. Julian PREECE: What They thought of Themselves and Each Other: The Gruppe 47 in Essay, Fiction and Memoir. Hans J. HAHN: 'Literarische Gesinnungsnazis' oder spatburgerliche Formalisten? Die Gruppe 47 als deutsches Problem. Index of Contributors.
Series Title: German monitor, no. 45.
Responsibility: edited by Stuart Parkes and John J. White.
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