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Herta Müller

Author: Brigid Haines
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 1998.
Series: Contemporary German writers.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Herta Muller is one of the leading figures in the new generation of German writers. The first book in English to be devoted exclusively to Herta Muller, this collection of essays is intended both as an introduction for the general reader and a resource for the specialist. It contains ten previously unpublished short texts by Muller, together with a revealing interview and a biographical outline. Six essays by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Herta Müller.
Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 1998
(OCoLC)606512326
Named Person: Herta Müller; Herta Müller; Herta Müller; Herta Müller; Herta Müller, Schriftstellerin.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Brigid Haines
ISBN: 0708314848 9780708314845
OCLC Number: 42430671
Description: x, 157 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Im Haarknoten wohnt eine Dame. Zehn Texte / Herta Muller --
2. Herta Muller: Outline Biography / Brigid Haines --
3. Gesprach mit Herta Muller / Brigid Haines and Margaret Littler --
4. Remembered Things: The Representation of Memory and Separation in Der Mensch ist ein grosser Fasan auf der Welt / David Midgley --
5. Beyond Alienation: The City in the Novels of Herta Muller and Libuse Monikova / Margaret Littler --
6. Metapher, Metonymie und Moral. Herta Mullers Herztier / Ricarda Schmidt --
7. 'Die Einzelheiten und das Ganze': Herta Muller and Totalitarianism / John J. White --
8. 'Ein Platz fur die Moral?' Herta Muller, ihre Texte und das poetische Moment / Dagmar von Hoff --
9. 'Leben wir im Detail': Herta Muller's Micro-Politics of Resistance / Brigid Haines --
10. Bibliography 1990-1998 / Owen Evans.
Series Title: Contemporary German writers.
Responsibility: edited by Brigid Haines.
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"Herta Muller is one of the leading figures in the new generation of German writers. The first book in English to be devoted exclusively to Herta Muller, this collection of essays is intended both as an introduction for the general reader and a resource for the specialist. It contains ten previously unpublished short texts by Muller, together with a revealing interview and a biographical outline. Six essays by British and German academics interpret key texts in detail and assess vital aspects of Muller's entire oeuvre. The essays are complemented by the fullest bibliography on Muller published since 1991"--Jacket.

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