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History of the literary cultures of East-Central Europe : junctures and disjunctures in the 19th and 20th centuries

Author: Marcel Cornis-Pope; John Neubauer
Publisher: John Benjamins N Amer 2007.
Series: Comparative history of literatures in European languages, 19.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcel Cornis-Pope; John Neubauer
ISBN: 9027234558 1588114937 9781588114938 9027234531 9789027234537 9789027234551
OCLC Number: 243544706
Description: 522 pages
Contents: 1. PREFACE; 2. LIST OF VISUAL MATERIALS; 3. GENERAL INTRODUCTION (by Neubauer, John); 4. Part I. PUBLISHING AND CENSORSHIP; 5. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 6. 1. Publishing; 7. The Cosmopolitanism of Moderni revue (1894-1925) (by Stewart, Neil); 8. The Uncompromising Standards of Nyugat (1908-1941) (by Szili, Jozsef); 9. A Contest within Romanian Modernism: Sburatorul vs. Gandirea (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 10. Krugovi: A Croatian Opening (1952-58) (by Brlek, Tomislav); 11. Underground Publishing in Estonia under Soviet Censorship (by Unt, Kersti); 12. Slovak Journals between Languages and against Censorship (by Roberts, Dagmar); 13. The National Role of the Albanian Literary Journals (by Elsie, Robert); 14. 2. Censorship; 15. The Laws and Practices of Censorship in Bohemia (by Culik, Jan); 16. Censorship: A Case Study of Bohumil Hrabal's Jarmilka (by Mercks, Kees); 17. Religious and Political Censorship in Slovakia (by Roberts, Dagmar); 18. The Introduction of Communist Censorship in Hungary 1945-49) (by Szegedy-Maszak, Mihaly); 19. Strategies against Censorship in Soviet Lithuania (1944-90) (by Kelertas, Violeta); 20. Getting Around Polish Censorship: 1968-89 (by Bolecki, Wlodimierz); 21. Censorship after Independence: the Case of Aleksander Pelecis (by Jirgens, Karl E.); 22. Part II. THEATER AS A LITERARY INSTITUTION; 23. General Introduction (by Klaic, Dragan); 24. 1. Professionalization and Institutionalization in the Service of a National Awakening; 25. Introduction (by Klaic, Dragan); 26. Building a(s) Theater: the Pesti Magyar Szinhaz in 1837 (by Imre, Zoltan); 27. Slovenia: from Jesuit Performance to Opera (by Kralj, Lado); 28. Czech Theater: A Paradoxical Prop of the National Revival (by Hucin, Ondrej); 29. Slovakia: Theater Starts as an Amateur Endeavor (by Roberts, Dagmar); 30. Polish Drama Sustains Spiritual Unity in a Divided Country (by Adamczyk-Garbowska, Monika); 31. Lithuania: School, Court, and Clandestine Performances (by Girdzijauskaite, Audrone); 32. Politics and Artistic Autonomy in Estonian Theater (by Rahesoo, Jaak); 33. Theater Speaks Many Languages in Romania (by Popescu, Marian); 34. From the Citalista to the National Theater in Bulgaria (by Spassova-Dikova, Joanna); 35. 2. Modernism: the Director Rules; 36. Introduction (by Klaic, Dragan); 37. The European Horizons of Stjepan Miletic (by Batusic, Nikola); 38. Reform within: the Thalia Tarsasag 1904-1908 (by Imre, Zoltan); 39. Modernist Inroads into Czech Theater (by Hucin, Ondrej); 40. Fuzzy Borderlines: the Capeks' Robots, Insects, Women, and Men (by Ambros, Veronika); 41. The Interbellum Emancipation of the Slovak Stage (by Roberts, Dagmar); 42. Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism Clash on the Romanian Stage (by Popescu, Marian); 43. Institutionalization and Innovation in the Bulgarian Theater (by Spassova-Dikova, Joanna); 44. Polish Modernist Drama (by Wachocka, Ewa); 45. Stage and Stage Design in Polish Modernist Theater (by Udalska, Eleonora); 46. Popular Amusement and Avant-garde in the Polish Cabaret (by Fox, Dorota); 47. Yiddish Theater (by Steinlauf, Michael); 48. The Stage in Independent Lithuania (by Girdzijauskaite, Audrone); 49. Kicking with Poetry: Female Trailblazers on the Latvian Stage (by Rubess, Banuta); 50. The Ebbs and Flows of Modernist Energy in Estonian Theater (by Rahesoo, Jaak); 51. Branko Gavella: The Director as Thinker (by Petlevski, Sibila); 52. 3. Theater under Socialism; 53. Introduction (by Klaic, Dragan); 54. The Short Interlude of a Liberal Czech Theater (by Vodicka, Libor); 55. Slovak Drama: Reconciling the Absurd with Socialism (by Roberts, Dagmar); 56. Communism and After in Romanian Theater (by Popescu, Marian); 57. Mandatory Socialist Models vs. Stylist Eclecticism on the Bulgarian Stage (by Spassova-Dikova, Joanna); 58. Enver-Hoxha Dictatorship Stifles Albanian Theater (by Elsie, Robert); 59. From Provincial Backwaters to Budapest and World Reputation (by Berczes, Laszlo); 60. After Witkacy and Gombrowicz: Faces of Postwar-Polish Drama (by Wachocka, Ewa); 61. Wyspianski's Offsprings (by Udalska, Eleonora); 62. The Visual Richness of the Polish Stage (by Sajkiewicz, Violetta); 63. Independence Brings International Recognition to Lithuanian Directors (by Girdzijauskaite, Audrone); 64. Estonian Theater Loosens the Soviet Straightjacket (by Rahesoo, Jaak); 65. Ideological Critique and Moral Rectitude in Slovene Dramas (by Kralj, Lado); 66. Ingenious Dramatic Strategies Reach across the Yugoslav Theater Space (by Jovicevic, Aleksandra); 67. Epilogue: After Socialism (by Klaic, Dragan); 68. Part III. FORGING PRIMAL PASTS: THE USES OF FOLKLORE; 69. Introduction: Folklore and National Awakening (by Neubauer, John); 70. Levels of Institutionalization in Estonian Folklore (by Valk, Ulo); 71. Mythologizing Contemporary Baltic Consciousness (by Bojtar, Endre); 72. National and International Traits in the Latvian Trickster Velns (by Jirgens, Karl E.); 73. The Ideal of Folk Culture in the Literature of the Czech National Rebirth (by Berkes, Tamas); 74. Folklore in the Making of Slovak Literature (by Roberts, Dagmar); 75. The Question of Folklore in Romanian Literary Culture (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 76. The Heidenrosleinkrawall (The Row about the Wild Roses): an 1864 Debate on the Origins of Folk Ballads (by Voigt, Vilmos); 77. Folklore as a Means to Demonstrate a Nation's Existence: The Bulgarian Case (by Hranova, Albena); 78. The Rediscovery of Folk Literature in Albania (by Elsie, Robert); 79. "Sons of Black Death": The Semantics of Foreignness in Twentieth-Century Bulgarian and Macedonian Writings (by Sujecka, Jolanta); 80. Part IV. LITERARY HISTORIES AND TEXTBOOKS; 81. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 82. Shifting Ideologies in Estonia's Literary Histories, Textbooks, and Anthologies (by Annus, Epp); 83. Latvian Literary Histories and Textbooks (by Misane, Agita); 84. Sorrows and Glories of a Nation's Soul: Polish Literary Histories (by Jastrzebska, Jolanta); 85. Nineteenth-Century Czech Literary History, National Revival, and the Forged Manuscripts (by Pynsent, Robert B.); 86. Overcoming Czech and Hungarian Perspectives in Writing Slovak Literary Histories (by Roberts, Dagmar); 87. The Narrowing Scope of Hungarian Literary Histories (by Neubauer, John); 88. The Career of Latecomers: Romanian Literary Histories (by Spiridon, Monica); 89. Conceiving of a Croatian Literary Canon, 1900-50 (by Ivic, Nenad); 90. Serbia: the Widening Rift between Criticism and Literary Histories (by Slapsak, Svetlana); 91. Albanian Literary History: A Communist Primeur (by Elsie, Robert); 92. National Identity and Textbooks of Literary History: the Case of Bulgaria (by Kiossev, Alexander); 93. Pitfalls in Writing a Regional Literary History of East-Central Europe (by Bojtar, Endre); 94. WORKS CITED; 95. APPENDIX; 96. List of Contributors; 97. Table of Contents, Vol. 1; 98. Table of Contents, Vol. 2; 99. Gazetteer; 100. INDEX of East-Central European Names
Series Title: Comparative history of literatures in European languages, 19.
Responsibility: edited by Marcel Cornis-Pope, John Neubauer.


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