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Junctures and disjunctures in the 19th and 20th centuries : types and stereotypes

Author: Marcel Cornis-Pope; John Neubauer
Publisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2010.
Series: History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe, v. 4
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Approaches the region's literatures from five complementary angles, focusing on literature's participation in and reaction to key political events, literary periods and genres, the literatures of  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marcel Cornis-Pope; John Neubauer
ISBN: 9789027287861 9027287864
OCLC Number: 694147081
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 714 pages) : color illustrations.
Contents: 1. Acknowledgements; 2. List of illustrations; 3. General Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 4. Figures of national poets; 5. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 6. Adam Mickiewicz as a Polish National Icon (by Koropeckyj, Roman); 7. Petofi: Self-Fashioning, Consecration, Dismantling (by Neubauer, John); 8. Macha, the Czech National Poet (by Pynsent, Robert B.); 9. Mihai Eminescu: The Foundational Truth of a Dual Lyre (by Mihailescu, Calin-Andrei); 10. France Preseren: A Conquest of the Slovene Parnassus (by Dovic, Marijan); 11. Petar II Petrovic Njegos: The Icon of the Poet with the Icon (by Slapsak, Svetlana); 12. Hristo Botev and the Necessity of National Icons (by Pencev, Boyko); 13. Bialik, Poet of the People (by Abramovich, Dvir); 14. Figurations of the family; 15. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 16. Family Trauma and Domestic Violence in Twentieth-Century Estonian Literature (by Kirss, Tiina); 17. In Search of the Mother's Voice: The Diary of Milica Stojadinovic Srpkinja (by Dojcinovic-Nesic, Biljana); 18. Daughter Figures in Latvian Women's Autobiographical Writing of the 1990s (by Meskova, Sandra); 19. Figuring the Motherland and Staging the Party Father in Bulgarian Literature (by Peleva, Inna); 20. Gendering the Body of the Lithuanian Nation in Maironis's Poetry (by Tereskinas, Arturas); 21. Frantisek Palacky, the Father Figure of Czech Historiography and Nation Building (by Berkes, Tamas); 22. Milos Crnjanski's Homecoming to a Migrating National Family (by Masek, Miro); 23. Figures of female identity; 24. Introduction (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 25. Women at the Foundation of Romanian Literary Culture: From Muse to Writing Agent (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 26. Constructing a Woman Author within the Literary Canon: Aspazija and Anna Brigadere (by Meskova, Sandra); 27. Gender and War in South Slavic Literatures (by Lukic, Jasmina); 28. Women's Memory and an Alternative Kosovo Myth (by Slapsak, Svetlana); 29. Women's Corpuses, Corpses or (Cultural) Bodies: The Example of Croatian Theater (by Feldman, Lada Cale); 30. Berta Bojetu-Boeta's Feminist Dystopias (by Zupancic, Metka); 31. Figures of the Other; 32. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 33. How Did the Golem Get to Prague? (by Neubauer, John); 34. How Did the Golems (and Robots) Enter Stage and Screen and Leave Prague? (by Ambros, Veronika); 35. Vambery, Stoker, and Dracula: Export of Anxiety from East to West (by Krasztev, Peter); 36. Lasting Legacies: Vlad Tepes and Dracula in Romanian National Discourse (by Fejes, Narcisz); 37. Czech Feminist Anti-Semitism: The Case of Bozena Benesova (by Pynsent, Robert B.); 38. Figuring the Other in Nineteenth-Century Czech Literature: Gabriela Preissova and Bozena Vikova-Kuneticka (by Jusova, Iveta); 39. Killing with Metaphors: Romani in the Literary Imagination of East-Central Europe (by Moscaliuc, Mihaela); 40. Love, Magic, and Life: Gypsies in Yugoslav Cinema (by Dakovic, Nevena); 41. The Alienated and Uprooted Tlushim (by Abramovich, Dvir); 42. Figures of outlaws; 43. The Rural Outlaws of East-Central Europe (by Leerssen, Joep); 44. Juraj Janosik (by Rassloff, Ute); 45. Shifting Images of the Bulgarian Haiduti (by Agoston-Nikolova, Elka); 46. Figures of trauma; 47. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 48. Remembrances of the Past and the Present (by Dakovic, Nevena); 49. 'Goli Otok' Literature (by Kralj, Lado); 50. Traumas of World War II: Polish and Hungarian Literature (by Jastrzebska, Jolanta); 51. Performing Identity: Lithuanian Memoirs of Siberian Deportation and Exile (by Avizienis, Jura); 52. Figures of mediation; 53. Introduction (by Neubauer, John); 54. Joseph Eotvos (by Gango, Gabor); 55. On the Ethnic Border: Images of Slovaks in the Writings of some Hungarian Modernists (by Hajdu, Peter); 56. Two Regionalists of the Interwar Period: Jozef Mackiewicz and Maria Berde (by Neubauer, John); 57. Journeys to the Other Half of the Continent: British and Irish Accounts of the Carpatho-Danubian Region (by Brinzeu, Pia); 58. Epilogue; 59. East-Central European Literature after 1989 (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 60. Works cited; 61. Index; 62. List of Contributors to Volume 4; 63. Errata for volumes 1-3
Series Title: History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe, v. 4
Responsibility: edited by Marcel Cornis-Pope, John Neubauer.


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