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Refuge and reality : Feuchtwanger and the European émigrés in California

Author: Pól Ó Dochartaigh; Alexander Stephan
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2005.
Series: German monitor, no. 61.
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This volume brings together papers by scholars from Germany, the USA, France, England and Ireland given at the first International Feuchtwanger Conference, held in Los Angeles in 2003. Some of Lion Feuchtwanger’s novels from his exile in the United States are analyzed here, as are the lives of Lion and Marta Feuchtwanger and their contacts in the German émigré world in California. In addition, two papers focus on  Read more...
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Refuge and reality.
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2005
(OCoLC)60597326
Named Person: Marta Feuchtwanger; Lion Feuchtwanger; Lion Feuchtwanger; Lion Feuchtwanger; Marta Feuchtwanger
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pól Ó Dochartaigh; Alexander Stephan
ISBN: 1423791398 9781423791393 9789042019454 904201945X
Language Note: Articles in English and German.
OCLC Number: 70857674
Description: 1 online resource (140 pages).
Contents: Pol O'DOCHARTAIGH and Alexander STEPHAN: Foreword Wulf KOEPKE: Hitler in Hollywood. Lion Feuchtwangers Abschied von Deutschland im Spiegel von Die Bruder Lautensack Arnold PISTIAK: Das Vermachtnis des historischen Dichters. Anmerkungen zu Jefta und seine Tochter Pol O'DOCHARTAIGH: The Present Sense of an Historical Novel: Feuchtwanger's Waffen fur Amerika Ian WALLACE: Hangmen also die. Varieties of Collaboration David MIDGLEY: Doblin in Hollywood Daniel AZUELOS: Lion Feuchtwanger und Franz Werfel in der judischen Exilzeitschrift Aufbau oder Schriftsteller zwischen Engagement und kunstlerischer Selbstbehauptung Alexander STEPHAN: Neues vom FBI zu Lion Feuchtwanger? Marje SCHUETZE-COBURN: Feuchtwanger's Relocation to Southern California: Frustrations & Successes Jeffrey B. BERLIN: [...] permit me to say that you are an ideal publisher. Ben W. Huebsch of the Viking Press (New York) - Unpublished Correspondence with European Authors in Exile, with special attention to Feuchtwanger Glossary of Feuchtwanger Titles Index Notes on Contributors
Series Title: German monitor, no. 61.
Other Titles: Feuchtwanger and the European émigrés in California
Responsibility: edited by Pól O'Dochartaigh and Alexander Stephan.

Abstract:

This volume brings together papers by scholars from Germany, the USA, France, England and Ireland given at the first International Feuchtwanger Conference, held in Los Angeles in 2003. Some of Lion Feuchtwanger’s novels from his exile in the United States are analyzed here, as are the lives of Lion and Marta Feuchtwanger and their contacts in the German émigré world in California. In addition, two papers focus on aspects of Bertolt Brecht’s and Alfred Döblin’s lives as emigrants in California. This volume is of interest to students of exile studies, of German refuge in the USA and of modern German literature.
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"Ian Wallace and Pol O'Dochartaigh are to be congratulated on trying to ensure that Feuchtwanger will at last be awarded the critical attention that his extensive exile work deserves." in: Modern Read more...

 
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