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Publication Date:
September 2010
Copyright year:
2005
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978-3-11-090843-5

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    Gedächtniskonzepte der Literaturwissenschaft

    Theoretische Grundlegung und Anwendungsperspektiven

    Ed. by Erll, Astrid / Nünning, Ansgar

    In collab. with Birk, Hanne / Neumann, Birgit

    Series:Media and Cultural Memory / Medien und kulturelle Erinnerung 2

      Aims and Scope

      In this volume, concepts of memory from literary studies are systematically recorded for the first time and presented from an historical, theoretical and methodological aspect. The aim is to locate the discussion in the subject discipline within the transdisciplinary discussion of memory and recollection.

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      23 x 15.5 cm
      vi, 322 pages
      Language:
      German
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      "Dies ist ein rundum gelungender Band, dem ich viele Leser wünsche."
      Anne Rothe in: German Studies Review 3/2006

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