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The exile and return of writers from East-Central Europe : a compendium / edited by John Neubauer and Borbâala Zsuzsanna Tèorèok.

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, c2009
    Contents
    Exile: Home of the Twentieth Century / John Neubauer
    Chapter II: Exile Cultures Abroad : Publishing Ventures, Exiles Associations, and Audiences
    In the Vacuum of Exile: The Hungarian Activists in Vienna 1919–1926 / Éva Forgács
    Cosmopolitans without a Polis : Towards a Hermeneutics of the East-East Exilic Experience (1929–1945) / Galin Tihanov
    Kultura (1946–2000) / Włodzimierz Bolecki
    Polish World War II Veteran Émigré Writers in the US : Danuta Mostwin and Others / Bogusław Wróblewski
    Irodalmi Újság in Exile : 1957–1989 / John Neubauer
    The Hungarian Mikes Kör and Magyar Muhely : Personal Recollections / Áron Kibédi Varga – “We did not want an émigré journal” : Pavel Tigrid and Svedectvi / Neil Stewart
    Monica Lovinescu at Radio Free Europe / Camelia Craciun
    Chapter III: Individual Trajectories
    Milos Crnjanski in Exile / Guido Snel
    Gombrowicz, the Émigré / Jerzy Jarzebski
    Paul Goma: the Permanence of Dissidence and Exile / Marcel-Cornis-Pope
    Writing and Internal Exile in Eastern Europe : The Example of Imre Kertész / Susan Rubin Suleiman
    Kundera’s Paradise Lost: Paradigm of the Circle / Vladimír Papousek
    Chapter IV: Autobiographical Exile Writing
    Life in Translation : Exile in the Autobiographical Works of Kazimierz Brandys and Andrzej Bobkowski / Katarzyna Jerzak
    From Diary to Novel : Sándor Márai’s San Gennaro vére and Ítélet Canudosban / John Neubauer
    Exile Diaries : Sándor Márai, Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski, and Others / Włodzimierz Bolecki
    “Is There a Place Like Home?” Jewish Narratives of Exile and Homecoming in Late Twentieth-Century East-Central Europe / Ksenia Polouektova
    Chapter V: The 1990s : Homecoming, (Re)Canonization, New Exiles
    Herta Müller : Between Myths of Belonging / Thomas Cooper
    Post-Yugoslav Theater Exile : Transitory, Partial and Digital / Dragan Klaic
    Losing Touch, Keeping in Touch, Out of Touch : The Reintegration of Hungarian Literary Exile after 1989 / Sándor Hites
    Albert Wass : Rebirth and Apotheosis of a Transylvanian-Hungarian Writer / John Neubauer
    Instead of Conclusion : East Central Literary Exile and its Representation / Borbála Zsuzsanna Török
    A Timeline of Exile Movements, 1919–2000.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Neubauer, John, 1933-2015.
    Tèorèok, Borbâala Zsuzsanna, 1972-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Exile: Home of the Twentieth Century / John Neubauer -- Chapter II: Exile Cultures Abroad : Publishing Ventures, Exiles Associations, and Audiences -- In the Vacuum of Exile: The Hungarian Activists in Vienna 1919–1926 / Éva Forgács -- Cosmopolitans without a Polis : Towards a Hermeneutics of the East-East Exilic Experience (1929–1945) / Galin Tihanov -- Kultura (1946–2000) / Włodzimierz Bolecki -- Polish World War II Veteran Émigré Writers in the US : Danuta Mostwin and Others / Bogusław Wróblewski -- Irodalmi Újság in Exile : 1957–1989 / John Neubauer -- The Hungarian Mikes Kör and Magyar Muhely : Personal Recollections / Áron Kibédi Varga – “We did not want an émigré journal” : Pavel Tigrid and Svedectvi / Neil Stewart -- Monica Lovinescu at Radio Free Europe / Camelia Craciun -- Chapter III: Individual Trajectories -- Milos Crnjanski in Exile / Guido Snel -- Gombrowicz, the Émigré / Jerzy Jarzebski -- Paul Goma: the Permanence of Dissidence and Exile / Marcel-Cornis-Pope -- Writing and Internal Exile in Eastern Europe : The Example of Imre Kertész / Susan Rubin Suleiman -- Kundera’s Paradise Lost: Paradigm of the Circle / Vladimír Papousek -- Chapter IV: Autobiographical Exile Writing -- Life in Translation : Exile in the Autobiographical Works of Kazimierz Brandys and Andrzej Bobkowski / Katarzyna Jerzak -- From Diary to Novel : Sándor Márai’s San Gennaro vére and Ítélet Canudosban / John Neubauer -- Exile Diaries : Sándor Márai, Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski, and Others / Włodzimierz Bolecki -- “Is There a Place Like Home?” Jewish Narratives of Exile and Homecoming in Late Twentieth-Century East-Central Europe / Ksenia Polouektova -- Chapter V: The 1990s : Homecoming, (Re)Canonization, New Exiles -- Herta Müller : Between Myths of Belonging / Thomas Cooper -- Post-Yugoslav Theater Exile : Transitory, Partial and Digital / Dragan Klaic -- Losing Touch, Keeping in Touch, Out of Touch : The Reintegration of Hungarian Literary Exile after 1989 / Sándor Hites -- Albert Wass : Rebirth and Apotheosis of a Transylvanian-Hungarian Writer / John Neubauer -- Instead of Conclusion : East Central Literary Exile and its Representation / Borbála Zsuzsanna Török -- A Timeline of Exile Movements, 1919–2000.

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    English
    ISBN
    9783110217735
    3110217732 (alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xiii, 626 p. ; 24 cm.

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