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Myth : German and Scandinavian studies / edited by Evan Torner and Victoria Lenshyn.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: GR166 .M98 2009

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, 2009
    Locale
    Germany
    Scandinavia
    Contents
    Pater semper incertus est: The Dialectics of Male Sexuality in Strindberg’s The Father and A Dreamplay / Jonas Karlsson
    Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who’s the Most Postdramatic of them All? Elfriede Jelinek’s Der Tod und das Mädchen I / Anna Zimmer
    Part II: Imagined Communities – Myths of Solidarity
    Language, Trauma and Exaggerated Fiction: Debunking East German Ideology on the “Jewish Question” in Jurek Becker’s Bronstein’s Children / Victoria Lenshyn
    Myths that Shaped the Exile Experience of Central European Jewish Refugees in Japanese-Occupied Shanghai / Diane Liu
    Part III: Constructing the Social through Myth
    The Compensation of Thialfi and Røskva: A Myth of Child Exposure / Kevin Richards
    Cultural Integration in Germany and the Myths of Tolerance / Katelyn Petersen
    Part IV: Mythic Constructions of Wisdom and the Psyche
    Odinic Elements in the Northern Sigurðr Legend: A Re-Reading of Fáfnismál / Adam Oberlin
    Flashbacks, Fantasies and Resistance in Jurek Becker’s Jacob the Liar / Delene White.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Torner, Evan.
    Lenshyn, Victoria.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Pater semper incertus est: The Dialectics of Male Sexuality in Strindberg’s The Father and A Dreamplay / Jonas Karlsson -- Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who’s the Most Postdramatic of them All? Elfriede Jelinek’s Der Tod und das Mädchen I / Anna Zimmer -- Part II: Imagined Communities – Myths of Solidarity -- Language, Trauma and Exaggerated Fiction: Debunking East German Ideology on the “Jewish Question” in Jurek Becker’s Bronstein’s Children / Victoria Lenshyn -- Myths that Shaped the Exile Experience of Central European Jewish Refugees in Japanese-Occupied Shanghai / Diane Liu -- Part III: Constructing the Social through Myth -- The Compensation of Thialfi and Røskva: A Myth of Child Exposure / Kevin Richards -- Cultural Integration in Germany and the Myths of Tolerance / Katelyn Petersen -- Part IV: Mythic Constructions of Wisdom and the Psyche -- Odinic Elements in the Northern Sigurðr Legend: A Re-Reading of Fáfnismál / Adam Oberlin -- Flashbacks, Fantasies and Resistance in Jurek Becker’s Jacob the Liar / Delene White.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1443805556
    9781443805551 (hbk.)
    Physical Description
    viii, 135 p. : ill. 21 cm.

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