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Handbuch Nachkriegskultur

Literatur, Sachbuch und Film in Deutschland (1945–1962)

[Postwar Culture]

Ed. by Agazzi, Elena / Schütz, Erhard

Series:De Gruyter Handbook

    • Provides a comprehensive depiction of postwar culture
    • Classified according to works
    • Includes multiple media (literature, non-fiction, and film)
    • Examines the “long fifties” from 1945-1962

    Aims and Scope


    This book discusses research on the culture of postwar Germany (1945–1962), a topic that has become increasingly complex in recent years. Virulent topics such as war, destruction, homecoming, flight, expulsion, guilt, daily life, religion, etc., are explored systematically, using examples and by focusing on fiction, nonfiction, and film in the two German states. Historians and scholars in the field of literature and film have contributed to this compendium. They address various core questions concerning aesthetic representation and the formation of contemporary history.

    Supplementary Information

    xv, 708 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Reference Work
    The 1950s / in literature; post-war period (World War II) / in film; post-war period (World War II) / in literature
    Scholars of Literary, Cultural and Film Studies, History

    MARC record

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    Elena Agazzi, University ofBergamo, Italy; Erhard Schütz, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany.

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