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Disability in German literature, film, and theater / edited by Eleoma Joshua & Michael Schillmeier.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: PT134.P4 D57 2010

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    Summary
    Examines cultural representations of blindness, physical deformity, injury, illness, and euthanasia and posits disability as historically central to discussions of humanity, modernity, and social and moral behavior in German-language literature, film, and theater.
    Series
    Edinburgh German yearbook, v. 4
    Edinburgh German yearbook ; v. 4.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Rochester, NY : Camden House, 2010
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Literarische Anthropologie und Groteske : Johann Karl Wezels Tobias Knaut und die Anfänge einer literarischen Darstellung von "Behinderung" um 1800 / Ute Helduser
    Misreading the body : E.T.A. Hoffmann's Klein Zaches, genannt Zinnober / Eloma Joshua
    Exzentrische Empfindung : Raoul Hausmann und die Prothetic der Zwischenkriegszeit / Karin Harrasser
    Bridging the silence : towards a literary memory of Nazi euthanesia / Susanne C. Knittel
    "Die grässliche Blume des Grinds" : disfigurement, disablement, and discrimination in Soma Morgenstern's Jewish trilogy Funken im Abgrund / Corinna Häger
    Schöne blinde Geigerinnen und mürrische blinde Bauern / Siegfried Saerberg
    "... wenn Sie bereit sind, in mir einen Menschen zu sehen" : Behinderung und die Macht des Blickes in Günter Grass' Die Blechtrommel / Rosa Schneider
    "Der hinkende Vogel verfremdet den Flug" : Heiner Müllers "Philoktet" im Kintext der disability studies / Anna Kornbrodt
    From impairment to empowerment : a re-assessment of Libuše Moníková's representation of disability in Pavane für eine verstorbene Infantin / Pauline Eyre
    Thalidomide as spectacle and capital / Martin Brady.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Joshua, Eleoma, 1970-
    Schillmeier, Michael W. J.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Literarische Anthropologie und Groteske : Johann Karl Wezels Tobias Knaut und die Anfänge einer literarischen Darstellung von "Behinderung" um 1800 / Ute Helduser -- Misreading the body : E.T.A. Hoffmann's Klein Zaches, genannt Zinnober / Eloma Joshua -- Exzentrische Empfindung : Raoul Hausmann und die Prothetic der Zwischenkriegszeit / Karin Harrasser -- Bridging the silence : towards a literary memory of Nazi euthanesia / Susanne C. Knittel -- "Die grässliche Blume des Grinds" : disfigurement, disablement, and discrimination in Soma Morgenstern's Jewish trilogy Funken im Abgrund / Corinna Häger -- Schöne blinde Geigerinnen und mürrische blinde Bauern / Siegfried Saerberg -- "... wenn Sie bereit sind, in mir einen Menschen zu sehen" : Behinderung und die Macht des Blickes in Günter Grass' Die Blechtrommel / Rosa Schneider -- "Der hinkende Vogel verfremdet den Flug" : Heiner Müllers "Philoktet" im Kintext der disability studies / Anna Kornbrodt -- From impairment to empowerment : a re-assessment of Libuše Moníková's representation of disability in Pavane für eine verstorbene Infantin / Pauline Eyre -- Thalidomide as spectacle and capital / Martin Brady.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English German
    ISBN
    9781571134288
    157113428X (hbk. : alk. paper)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    vi, 239 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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