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DDR-Literatur Im Tauwetter: Band I Und II: Wandel - Wunsch - Wirklichkeit

DDR-Literatur Im Tauwetter: Band I Und II: Wandel - Wunsch - Wirklichkeit (Paperback)

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In diesen zwei Baenden werden 45 Schriftsteller aus der DDR durch Textproben, die zumeist in der Tauwetterphase 1971-1976 entstanden sind, durch bio-bibliographische Angaben und Autorenbild vorgestellt. Dazu aeussern sich die Autoren selbst zu der Frage nach dem Ziel ihrer literarischen Arbeit. Eine Einleitung informiert ueber wichtige Tendenzen und Entwicklungen der DDR-Literatur seit 1945. Die Autoren: Erich Arendt, Jurek Becker, Uwe Berger, Thomas Brasch, Volker Braun, Jurij Brezan, Guenter de Bruyn, Heinz Czechowski, Adolf Endler, Elke Erb, Fritz Rudolf Fries, Franz Fuehmann, Guenter Goerlich, Peter Hacks, Stephan Hermlin, Stefan Heym, Karl-Heinz Jakobs, Bernd Jentzsch, Hermann Kant, Uwe Kant, Rainer Kirsch, Sarah Kirsch, Wolfgang Kohlhaase, Guenter Kunert, Reiner Kunze, Kito Lorenc, Karl Mickel, Irmtraud Morgner, Heiner Mueller, Erik Neutsch, Eberhard Panitz, Siegfried Pitschmann, Ulrich Plenzdorf, Benno Pludra, Hans Joachim Schaedlich, Klaus Schlesinger, Rolf Schneider, Max Walter Schulz, Helga Schuetz, Anna Seghers, Martin Stade, Erwin Strittmatter, Eva Strittmatter, Paul Wiens und Christa Wolf.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 -Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary theory Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 31/12/1985 ISBN-13: 9780820401041  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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