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John Spalek receives the Goethe-Medaille in 2010

Deutschsprachige Exilliteratur seit 1933...

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Deutschsprachige Exilliteratur seit 1933

Ed. by Spalek, John M. / Feilchenfeldt, Konrad / Hawrylchak, Sandra H.

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[German-Language Exile Literature since 1933. USA Supplement I]

Ed. by Spalek, John M. / Feilchenfeldt, Konrad / Hawrylchak, Sandra H.

DE GRUYTER SAUR

    179,95 € / $252.00 / £163.50*

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    Publication Date:
    September 2010
    Copyright year:
    2010
    ISBN
    978-3-11-024057-3
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    Overview

    • Takes new literary remains into consideration
    • Extending German-language exile to include Brazil and Mexico
    • 23 contributions on individuals such as Franz Blei, Alexander Granach or Elisabeth Hauptmann as well as on exile literature topics
    • Supplements the existing 12-volume standard work on German-language exile literature

    Aims and Scope

    This collection of essays is at the same time a reference work of previously unknown names and topics of German-language exile literature since 1933. The U.S. is one of the most important asylum countries for exiles from Germany, but also for exiles from other European countries where they were expelled by the Nazis. The book focuses on a part of German culture as it is reflected in its heteronomy due to exile in the U.S and also in parts of Central and South America‒ including individual biographies and their social context in history.

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    xi, 501 pages
    DE GRUYTER SAUR
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Dictionary
    Keyword(s):
    Exile Literature
    Readership:
    Libraries, i.e. Libraries with Collections of Literary Studies and Collections about the Nazi Era, Exile, Exile Literature, Exile Research

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    John M. Spalek, former Chairman, Department of German Studies, State University of New York at Albany, USA; Konrad Feilchenfeldt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany; Sandra Hawrylchak, State University of New York at Albany, USA
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