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Claiming the dispossession : the politics of hi/storytelling in post-imperial Europe

Author: Vladimir Biti
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017.
Series: Balkan studies library, v. 19.
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"With the Treaty of Versailles, the Western nation-state powers introduced into the East Central European region the principle of national self-determination. This principle was buttressed by frustrated native elites who regarded the establishment of their respective nation-states as a welcome opportunity for their own affirmation. They desired sovereignty but were prevented from accomplishing it by their multiple  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Claiming the dispossession.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017
(DLC) 2017034817
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Vladimir Biti
ISBN: 9004353933 9789004353930
OCLC Number: 1019894956
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Introduction: Tua res agitur, tua fabula narratur: In Search of Lost Sovereignty; Part 1 The Janus-Face of Dispossession; Ruling (Out) the Province and Its Consequences: Sovereignty, Dispossession, and Sacrificial Violence; The Time of Dispossession: The Conflict, Composition and Geophilosophy of Revolution in East Central Europe; Manifesting Dispossession: Politics of the Avant-garde; Part 2 The Politics of Post-imperial Hi/storytelling; Claiming the West for the East: Classical Antiquity as an Alternative Source of Turkish Post-Ottoman Identity? Andrić and the Bridge: Dispossessed Writers and the Novel as a Site of Enduring HomelessnessAnika and the "Big Other"; Melancholic Dispossession in The Diary about Čarnojević; Part 3 The Post-post-imperial Retake; Failures of Community: Andrić in Andrićgrad; Literature and the Politics of Denial: Slovenian Novels on 'The Erasure'; Cosmopolitan Counter-Narratives of Dispossession: Migration, Memory, and Metanarration in the Work of Aleksandar Hemon; Index of Names
Series Title: Balkan studies library, v. 19.
Responsibility: edited by Vladimir Biti.

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"With the Treaty of Versailles, the Western nation-state powers introduced into the East Central European region the principle of national self-determination. This principle was buttressed by frustrated native elites who regarded the establishment of their respective nation-states as a welcome opportunity for their own affirmation. They desired sovereignty but were prevented from accomplishing it by their multiple dispossession. National elites started to blame each other for this humiliating condition. The successor states were dispossessed of power, territories, and glory. The new nation-states were frustrated by their devastating condition. The dispersed Jews were left without the imperial protection. This embarrassing state gave rise to collective (historical) and individual (fictional) narratives of dispossession. This volume investigates their intended and unintended interaction. Contributors are: Davor Beganović, Vladimir Biti, Zrinka Božić-Blanuša, Marko Juvan, Bernarda Katušić, Nataša Kovačević, Petr Kučera, Aleksandar Mijatović, Guido Snel, and Stijn Vervaet."--

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