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Literature in exile of East and Central Europe / edited by Agnieszka Gutthy.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PN849.E9 L52 2009

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    Series
    Middlebury studies in Russian language and literature, v. 30
    Middlebury studies in Russian language and literature ; v. 30.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Peter Lang, c2009
    Contents
    Introduction / Agnieszka Gutthy
    Twentieth century Russian literature in exile / Mabel Greta Velis Blinova
    Language and memory in Nabokov's "Revolution" / Kristin Reed
    Andrei Sinyavsky, wisdom and exile / Carolyn Kraus
    Catcher in the rye: Georgy Efron's Tashkent exile / Olga Zaslavsky
    Polish literature in the Great Emigration of 1830: Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki, and Zygmunt Krasiński / Fernando Presa González
    Living on the margins and loving it: Gombrowicz and exile / Klara Lutsky
    Still life: the anti-nostalgia of Adam Zagajewski / Karen Bishop
    Kundera's reception in the West / Klara Lutsky
    Vor(text)ual time: the agency of being-in-time and Milan Kundera's The unbearable lightness of being / Susanlynne Beckwith
    Open wounds, the phenomenology of exile and the management of pain: Dubravka Ugrešić's The ministry of pain / Vedrana Velickovic
    Grief can only be written in one's mother tongue: exile and identity in the work of David Albahari / Tatjana Aleksić
    Klaus Mann: The teufelskind doubly exiled / Timothy Nixon
    Inescapable colonization: Norman Manea's eternal exile / Mihai Mîndra.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Gutthy, Agnieszka.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction / Agnieszka Gutthy -- Twentieth century Russian literature in exile / Mabel Greta Velis Blinova -- Language and memory in Nabokov's "Revolution" / Kristin Reed -- Andrei Sinyavsky, wisdom and exile / Carolyn Kraus -- Catcher in the rye: Georgy Efron's Tashkent exile / Olga Zaslavsky -- Polish literature in the Great Emigration of 1830: Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki, and Zygmunt Krasiński / Fernando Presa González -- Living on the margins and loving it: Gombrowicz and exile / Klara Lutsky -- Still life: the anti-nostalgia of Adam Zagajewski / Karen Bishop -- Kundera's reception in the West / Klara Lutsky -- Vor(text)ual time: the agency of being-in-time and Milan Kundera's The unbearable lightness of being / Susanlynne Beckwith -- Open wounds, the phenomenology of exile and the management of pain: Dubravka Ugrešić's The ministry of pain / Vedrana Velickovic -- Grief can only be written in one's mother tongue: exile and identity in the work of David Albahari / Tatjana Aleksić -- Klaus Mann: The teufelskind doubly exiled / Timothy Nixon -- Inescapable colonization: Norman Manea's eternal exile / Mihai Mîndra.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781433104909
    1433104903 (hardcover : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xi, 228 p. ; 24 cm.

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