[The Fallada Handbook]
Ed. by Frank, Gustav / Scherer, Stefan
Series:De Gruyter Reference
Aims and Scope
This handbook sheds light upon the complete works of Hans Fallada, who was a representative of synthetic modernity in literature, and reveals their connections to medial and social history through the Nazi era. It analyzes his literary creative methods in relation to his journalistic work. Essays on his impact, which has extended to a worldwide audience today, and a comprehensive bibliography of all extant publications complete the volume.