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German Jewish literature after 1990

Author: Katja Garloff; Agnes C Mueller
Publisher: Rochester, New York : Camden House, 2018.
Series: Dialogue and disjunction: studies in Jewish German literature, culture, and thought
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The 1990 reunification of Germany gave rise to a new generation of writers who write in German, identify as both German and Jewish, and often also sustain cultural affiliations with places such as Russia, Azerbaijan, or Israel. This edited volume traces the development of this new literature into the present, offers fresh interpretations of individual works, and probes the very concept of "German Jewish literature."  Read more...
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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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German Jewish literature after 1990.
Rochester, New York : Camden House, 2018
(DLC) 2018024822
(OCoLC)1020416122
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Katja Garloff; Agnes C Mueller
ISBN: 9781787442962 1787442969
OCLC Number: 1050360551
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 265 pages)
Contents: Introduction / Katja Garloff and Agnes Mueller --
Self-reflection in first- and second-generation authors. What is a German Jewish author? authorial self-fashioning in Maxim Biller, Esther Dischereit, and Barbara Honigmann / Katja Garloff --
(Non-Jewish) German constructions of (German) Jewish writing in the late work of Gunter Grass, Martin Walser, and Christa Wolf / Stuart Taberner --
Revenge, restitution, ressentiment: Edgar Hilsenrath's and Ruth Kluger's late writings as Holocaust metatestimony / Helen Finch --
Multiple identities and diversification of Holocaust memory. The German Jewish migrant novel after 1990: politics of memory and multidirectional writing / Jessica Ortner --
Beyond negative symbiosis: the displacement of Holocaust trauma and memory in Alina Bronksy's Scherbenpark and Olga Grjasnowa's Der russe iIst einer, der birken liebt / Elizabeth Loentz --
Memory without borders? migrant identity and the legacy of the Holocaust in Olga Grjasnowa's Der russe ist einer, der birken liebt / Jonathan Skolnik --
Multilingualism and Jewishness in Katja Petrowskaja's Vielleicht Esther / Andree Michaelis-Konig --
New themes and directions in recent German Jewish literature. Actuality and historicity in Mirna Funk's Winternahe / Luisa Banki --
German psycho: the language of depression in Oliver Polak's Der judische patient / Caspar Battegay --
Religion and the Holocaust: Imre Kertesz, Benjamin Stein, and Kaddish for a friend / Agnes Mueller --
Coda: interviews with two contemporary German Jewish writers. Interview with Olga Grjasnowa / Katja Garloff and Agnes Mueller --
Interview with Mirna Funk / Katja Garloff and Agnes Mueller.
Series Title: Dialogue and disjunction: studies in Jewish German literature, culture, and thought
Responsibility: edited by Katja Garloff and Agnes Mueller.

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Edited volume tracing the development of a new generation of German Jewish writers, offering fresh interpretations of individual works, and probing the very concept of "German Jewish literature."  Read more...

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