Writing After Hitler

The Work of Jakov Lind

Golygydd(ion): Edward Timms Andrea Hammel Silke Hassler

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Ieithoedd Modern Beirniadaeth Lenyddol

  • Mawrth 2001 · 192tudalen · 216x138mm

  • ·Clawr Caled - 9780708316153


'This path-breaking essay collection, including interpretative, biographical and reception studies and a full biography of Lind's published and unpublished writings...make his work considerably more accesible.' Times Literary Supplement


Edward Timms and Andrea Hammel-Introduction Stella Rosenfeld-Unsentimental Journeys: The Literary Career of Jakov Lind Johannes Houwink Ten Cate-Jewish Refugees in the Netherlands and the Art of Survival Mark H. Gelber-Jakov Lind and Zionism as a Literary Phase Waltraud Strickhausen-Representations of the Holocaust in Jakov Lind’s Fictional Writing Edward Timms-At War with Language: From ‘The Diary of Hanan Malinek’ to ‘Travels to the Enu’ Silke Hassler-Jakov Lind and the Austrian Popular Theatre Ursula Seeber-Writer without a Home: The Reception of Lind’s Work in Germany and Austria Silke Hassler-The English- language Reception of Lind’s Fictional and Dramatic Work: From ‘Soul of Wood’ to ‘Ergo’ Eva Eppler-Code Switching in Exile Literature: Jakov Lind’s Cosmopolitan Style Andrea Hammel-Gender, Individualism and Dialogue: Jakov Lind’s ‘Counting My Steps’ and Ruth Kluger’s ‘weiter leben’ Cacilie Peiser-Levitus-Memories of Survival in the Netherlands Silke Hassler-Bibliography

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Edward Timms

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Andrea Hammel

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Silke Hassler

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