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Schreiben Im Heutigen Deutschland: Fragen an die Vergangenheit
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Schreiben Im Heutigen Deutschland: Fragen an die Vergangenheit (Hardback)

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Leitfaeden des Bandes sind die Darstellungen der psychologischen Deformationsprozesse des Menschen in einem totalitaeren Staat, sowie die Suche nach Identitaet und Funktion in einer neuen Gesellschaftsstruktur. Die Beitraege von Schubert, Schaedlich, de Bruyn, Loest und Krawczyk gewaehren Einblicke in ein komplexes Zeitgeschehen, in dem das Verhaeltnis zwischen Individuum und Gesellschaft, Kuenstler und Staat, in Frage gestellt und neu definiert wird. Die Funktion des Schriftstellers in einem sich aendernden Staats- und Machtgefuege, sowie Fragen der Wiedervereinigungsproblematik werden von U.S. Germanisten anhand von Werken von Schubert, Maron, Delius und Heym literaturwissenschaftlich analysiert.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLiterary studies: from c 1900 -History & PoliticsRegional & national historyEuropean history Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 01/09/1998 ISBN-13: 9780820438313  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Die Herausgeberin: Ursula E. Beitter ist Associate Professor in der Modernen Sprachabteilung von Loyola College in Maryland, machte ihr Doktorat an der New York University in dem Fachbereich Germanistik. Ihre Veroeffentlichungen sind ueberwiegend sprachpaedagogischer Art. Seit 1987 ist Dr. Beitter Organisatorin/Leiterin des Loyola College Literaturseminars in Berlin, seit 1996 Herausgeberin der Loyola College in Maryland Berlin Seminar Serie.

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