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Nachskreigliteratur 1945 - 1989 ( German text)

£35.00

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Post war German literature.
Volume 24 of writings of the Remarque Archive series.

Has notes inside front cover.
Some pencil underlining in some sections.

How did literature written, published and read in the Western and Soviet Zones of Occupation, in the Federal Republic of Germany and in the GDR, become two German literatures? For attempting a history of the changing relations between the two, this book looks at the conditions of producing, distributing and reading literature, dominant discourses and genres of writing. Because of links as well as separations, it suggests a periodisation which does neither question the caesura of 1945 nor rely on the concept of generation, but assumes decisive changes around 1949, 1961 and 1976.

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Author(s):
Helmut Peitsch
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
165 mm x 245 mm 924 g
Edition:
2009
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9783899717303
Number of pages:
404
Publisher:
V&Runipress

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Post war German literature.
Volume 24 of writings of the Remarque Archive series.

Has notes inside front cover.
Some pencil underlining in some sections.

How did literature written, published and read in the Western and Soviet Zones of Occupation, in the Federal Republic of Germany and in the GDR, become two German literatures? For attempting a history of the changing relations between the two, this book looks at the conditions of producing, distributing and reading literature, dominant discourses and genres of writing. Because of links as well as separations, it suggests a periodisation which does neither question the caesura of 1945 nor rely on the concept of generation, but assumes decisive changes around 1949, 1961 and 1976.

Author(s):
Helmut Peitsch
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
165 mm x 245 mm 924 g
Edition:
2009
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9783899717303
Number of pages:
404
Publisher:
V&Runipress

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