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The language of the Third Reich : LTI, Lingua Tertii Imperii : a philologist's notebook

Autor: Victor Klemperer; Martin Brady
Editorial: London ; New Brunswick, N.J. : Athlone Press, 2000.
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"Under the Third Reich, the official language of Nazism came to be used as a political tool. The existing social culture was manipulated and subverted as the German people had their ethical values and their thoughts about politics, history and daily life recast in a new language. This notebook, originally called LTI (Lingua Tertii Imperii) - the abbreviations itself a parody of Nazified language - was written out of  Leer más
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Klemperer, Victor, 1881-1960.
Language of the Third Reich.
London ; New Brunswick, N.J. : Athlone Press, 2000
(OCoLC)607409492
Online version:
Klemperer, Victor, 1881-1960.
Language of the Third Reich.
London ; New Brunswick, N.J. : Athlone Press, 2000
(OCoLC)608479052
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Victor Klemperer; Martin Brady
ISBN: 0485115263 9780485115260
Número OCLC: 42726089
Notas: Includes index.
Descripción: 296 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Heroism (Instead of an introduction) --
1. LTI --
2. Prelude --
3. Distinguishing feature: poverty --
4. Partenau --
5. From the diary of the first year --
6. The first three words of the Nazi language --
7. Aufziehen --
8. Ten years of fascism --
9. Fanatical --
10. Autochthonous writing --
11. Blurring boundaries --
12. Punctuation --
13. Names --
14. Kohlenklau --
15. Knif --
16. On a single working day --
17. 'System' and 'Organisation' --
18. I believe in him --
19. Personal announcements as an LTI revision book --
20. What remains? --
21. German roots --
22. A sunny Weltanschauung (chance discoveries whilst reading) --
23. If two people do the same thing ... --
24. Cafe Europa --
25. The star --
26. The Jewish war --
27. The Jewish spectacles --
28. The language of the victor --
29. Zion --
30. The curse of the superlative --
31. From the great movement forward ... --
32. Boxing --
33. Gefolgschaft --
34. The one syllable --
35. Running hot and cold --
36. Putting the theory to the test --
''Cos of certain expressions' (An afterword).
Otros títulos: LTI, Notizbuch eines Philologen.
Responsabilidad: Victor Klemperer ; translated by Martin Brady.

Resumen:

"Under the Third Reich, the official language of Nazism came to be used as a political tool. The existing social culture was manipulated and subverted as the German people had their ethical values and their thoughts about politics, history and daily life recast in a new language. This notebook, originally called LTI (Lingua Tertii Imperii) - the abbreviations itself a parody of Nazified language - was written out of Klemperer's conviction that the language of the Third Reich helped to create its culture." "This brilliant, entertaining, profound, and ultimately saddening and horrifying book, is one of the great Twentieth-Century studies of language and of its engagement with history."--Jacket.

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