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Words from abroad : trauma and displacement in postwar German Jewish writers

Author: Katja Garloff
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Wayne State University Press, 2005
Series: Kritik, German literary theory and cultural studies
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Words from Abroad takes its lead from the disjunction between public ritual and private crisis to chart the emergence of a new literary diaspora, examining German Jewish writers who were dislocated  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katja Garloff
ISBN: 9780814332450 0814332455
OCLC Number: 824119549
Notes: Trauma and displacement. The inability to return: German Jewish intellectuals after the Holocaust. Peter Weiss's skeptical cosmopolitanism. Nelly Sachs and the myth of the "German-Jewish symbiosis". Paul Celan's revisiting of Eastern Europe. Toward the possibility of a diasporic community
Description: xii, 252 s.
Contents: Trauma and displacement --
The inability to return: German Jewish intellectuals after the Holocaust --
Peter Weiss's skeptical cosmopolitanism --
Nelly Sachs and the myth of the "German-Jewish symbiosis". Paul Celan's revisiting of Eastern Europe --
Toward the possibility of a diasporic community.
Series Title: Kritik, German literary theory and cultural studies
Responsibility: Katja Garloff

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