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The Cambridge companion to the modern German novel / edited by Graham Bartram.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PT771 .C36 2004

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    Series
    Cambridge companions to literature
    Cambridge companions to literature.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2004
    Contents
    The German novel in the long twentieth century / Graham Bartram
    Contexts of the novel: society, politics and culture in German-speaking Europe, 1870 to the present / Lynn Abrams
    The novel in Wilhelmine Germany: from realism to satire / Alan Bance
    Gender anxiety and the shaping of the self in some modernist writers: Musil, Hesse, Hofmannsthal, Jahnn / Ritchie Robertson
    Franz Kafka: the radical modernist / Stanley Corngold
    Modernism and the Bildungsroman: Thomas Mann's magic mountain / Russell A. Berman
    Apocalypse and utopia in the Austrian novel of the 1930s: Hermann Broch and Robert Musil / Graham Bartram and Philip Payne
    Images of the city / Burton Pike
    Women writers in the 'golden' twenties / Elizabeth Boa
    The first world war and its aftermath in the German novel / Michael Minden
    The German novel during the third Reich / Ronald Speirs
    History, memory, fiction after the second world war / Dagmar Barnouw
    Aesthetics and resistance: Böll, Grass, Weiss / J.H. Reid
    The kleiner Mann and modern times: from Fallada to Walser / Anthony Waine
    The 'critical' novel in the GDR / Patricia Herminghouse
    Identity and authenticity in Swiss and Austrian novels of the postwar era: Max Frisch and Peter Handke / Michael Butler
    Subjectivity and women's writing of the 1970s and early 1980s / Allyson Fiddler
    The postmodern German novel / Paul Michael Lützeler.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bartram, Graham, 1946-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The German novel in the long twentieth century / Graham Bartram -- Contexts of the novel: society, politics and culture in German-speaking Europe, 1870 to the present / Lynn Abrams -- The novel in Wilhelmine Germany: from realism to satire / Alan Bance -- Gender anxiety and the shaping of the self in some modernist writers: Musil, Hesse, Hofmannsthal, Jahnn / Ritchie Robertson -- Franz Kafka: the radical modernist / Stanley Corngold -- Modernism and the Bildungsroman: Thomas Mann's magic mountain / Russell A. Berman -- Apocalypse and utopia in the Austrian novel of the 1930s: Hermann Broch and Robert Musil / Graham Bartram and Philip Payne -- Images of the city / Burton Pike -- Women writers in the 'golden' twenties / Elizabeth Boa -- The first world war and its aftermath in the German novel / Michael Minden -- The German novel during the third Reich / Ronald Speirs -- History, memory, fiction after the second world war / Dagmar Barnouw -- Aesthetics and resistance: Böll, Grass, Weiss / J.H. Reid -- The kleiner Mann and modern times: from Fallada to Walser / Anthony Waine -- The 'critical' novel in the GDR / Patricia Herminghouse -- Identity and authenticity in Swiss and Austrian novels of the postwar era: Max Frisch and Peter Handke / Michael Butler -- Subjectivity and women's writing of the 1970s and early 1980s / Allyson Fiddler -- The postmodern German novel / Paul Michael Lützeler.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0521482534
    0521483921 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xxiii, 294 p. ; 24 cm.

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