Heinrich Heine und die Diaspora

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Publication Date:
November 2012
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978-3-11-027173-7

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    Fritzlar, Lydia

    Heinrich Heine und die Diaspora

    Der Zeitschriftsteller im kulturellen Raum der jüdischen Minderheit

    [Heinrich Heine and the Diaspora]

    Series:Europäisch-jüdische Studien – Beiträge 3

      Aims and Scope

      How did the diasporic existence affect Heinrich Heine – in terms of both his work and his self-image as a writer? In a paradigmatic manner his work reflects the shift from a religious to a secular understanding of the Jewish diaspora which is typical of the 19th century. The introduction of this new perspective into German literature can also be viewed as a result of the Jewish self-awareness of political authors in Heine’s time.

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      23 x 15.5 cm
      xii, 296 pages
      Language:
      German
      Type of Publication:
      Monograph
      Keyword(s):
      Diaspora; Heinrich Heine; Minority
      Readership:
      Libraries, Institutes, Academics (Jewish Studies, Literature, Cultural Studies)
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