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Reworking the German past : adaptations in film, the arts, and popular culture / edited by Susan G. Figge and Jenifer K. Ward.

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    Series
    Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture
    Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Rochester, N.Y. : Camden House, 2010
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Foreword: Adapting (to) history / Linda Hutcheon
    Preface and acknowledgments
    Introduction: Adapting the past for the present / Susan G. Figge and Jenifer K. Ward
    Getting the last laugh: Die Degenhardts as Nazi Redemption of Der letzte Mann / Cary Nathenson
    Controlled chaos: a case study of photomontage in Weimar / Rachel Epp Buller
    Mensch, das ist ja wie im Kino! Emil and the Detectives go to the movies in Berlin / Richard C. Figge
    Ich mochte einmal alles erzahlen: The Nazi era in three fictional tellings and their cinematic retellings / Susan G. Figge and Jenifer K. Ward
    Ein Gemenge aus Nacht und Licht, Schwarz und Hell: Götz Friedrich's film adaptation of "Elektra" / Maria Euchner
    Irresistible innocence: Reappropriations of Weimar and Nazi-era Schlager / Sunka Simon
    Counter voice in adaptation: Elisabeth Langgässer's reappearance in Cordelia Edvardson's memoir "Burned child seeks the fire" / Thomas Sebastian
    W.G. Sebald's Austerlitz: Adaptation as restitution / Elizabeth Baer
    Alltag becomes Alltagsgeschichte: The Haus der Geschichte in Lutherstadt Wittenberg and the DDR Museum Berlin / Irene Lazda
    Show and tell: Doris Dörrie's strategies of adaptation in "Bin ich schön" / Mareike Herrmann.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Figge, Susan G., 1942-
    Ward, Jenifer K., 1958-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Foreword: Adapting (to) history / Linda Hutcheon -- Preface and acknowledgments -- Introduction: Adapting the past for the present / Susan G. Figge and Jenifer K. Ward -- Getting the last laugh: Die Degenhardts as Nazi Redemption of Der letzte Mann / Cary Nathenson -- Controlled chaos: a case study of photomontage in Weimar / Rachel Epp Buller -- Mensch, das ist ja wie im Kino! Emil and the Detectives go to the movies in Berlin / Richard C. Figge -- Ich mochte einmal alles erzahlen: The Nazi era in three fictional tellings and their cinematic retellings / Susan G. Figge and Jenifer K. Ward -- Ein Gemenge aus Nacht und Licht, Schwarz und Hell: Götz Friedrich's film adaptation of "Elektra" / Maria Euchner -- Irresistible innocence: Reappropriations of Weimar and Nazi-era Schlager / Sunka Simon -- Counter voice in adaptation: Elisabeth Langgässer's reappearance in Cordelia Edvardson's memoir "Burned child seeks the fire" / Thomas Sebastian -- W.G. Sebald's Austerlitz: Adaptation as restitution / Elizabeth Baer -- Alltag becomes Alltagsgeschichte: The Haus der Geschichte in Lutherstadt Wittenberg and the DDR Museum Berlin / Irene Lazda -- Show and tell: Doris Dörrie's strategies of adaptation in "Bin ich schön" / Mareike Herrmann.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781571134448
    1571134441 (alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xii, 281 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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