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Subject:

New Book: Jews in German Literature

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"O Dochartaigh, Pol" <[log in to unmask]>

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Colleagues,

I have pleasure in announcing the publication of the following
volume:

Pól O'Dochartaigh (ed.), Jews in German Literature since 1945:
German-Jewish Literature (=German Monitor no. 53)
(Amsterdam/Atlanta, GA.: Rodopi, 2000).


Contents are below or may be consulted on the Rodopi Website at
www.rodopi.nl (to be found under Series & Journals: German
Monitor).


Regards,


Pól Ó Dochartaigh.


Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Pól O'DOCHARTAIGH: Introduction: German-Jewish Literature?

Florian KROBB: Scheidewege. Zum Judenbild in deutschen
Romanen der 1890er Jahre

Colin WALKER: Two Jewish Poetry Anthologies: Ludwig August
Frankl's Libanon (1855) and Siegmund Kaznelson's Jüdisches
Schicksal in deutschen Gedichten (1959)

Michael OSSAR: Austrians and Jews at the Turn of the Century:
Robert Schindel's Gebürtig and Arthur Schnitzler's Der Weg ins
Freie

Heidy Margrit MÜLLER: “Die Psalmen Davids neu zu schreiben in
deinen Sand”. Gedichte über das ‘Volk Israel” von Else Lasker-
Schüler, Gertrud Kolmar und Nelly Sachs

Christina UJMA: Nach der Katastrophe. Hannah Arendts
Repräsentation der deutsch-jüdischen Kultur im Kontext der
Nachkriegsdebatten

Heiko STERN: Sprache zwischen Exil und Identität. Die
Konstitution von Heimat durch Sprache bei Elisabeth Augustin

Christa HEINE TEIXEIRA: “Eine Unze Frieden ist besser als eine
Tonne Sieg”. Lion Feuchtwangers Die Jüdin von Toledo (1955)

Angela VAUPEL-SCHWITTAY: Lion Feuchtwangers Die Jüdin
von Toledo (1955): Die Figur der Raquel - Sinnbild der
Emanzipation?

Petra GÜNTHER: Einfaches Erzählen? Barbara Honigmanns
“Doppeltes Grab”

A. Renate CHÉDIN: Nationalität und Identität. Identität und
Sprache bei Lea Fleischmann, Jane E. Gilbert und Barbara
Honigmann

Katharina HALL: Jewish Memory in Exile: the Relation of W.G.
Sebald's Die Ausgewanderten to the Tradition of the Yizkor Books

Ralf JEUTTER: “Und der Finsternis”. The Jewish Experience in
the Context of W.G. Sebald's Poetics

Donal McLAUGHLIN: “Auf daß Auschwitz nicht das letzte Wort
sei”. The Exile Poet Stella Rotenberg

Pól O'DOCHARTAIGH: Erich Fried's "Höre, Israel!" More than
just Shoes in the Sand

Kathleen THORPE: The Invisible Soldier - Jakov Lind

Anne Maximiliane JÄGER: “Man kann sterben - oder man
attackiert” - Robert Neumann und sein Roman Der Tatbestand
oder Der gute Glaube der Deutschen

Eva REICHMANN: Jüdische Figuren in österreichischer und
bundesdeutscher Literatur der 1980er und 1990er Jahre - der
schwierige Weg jüdischer und nichtjüdischer Autoren aus dem
mentalen Ghetto

Paola BOZZI: Massengeschrei und Leerstelle: Zur Figur des Josef
Schuster in Thomas Bernhards Heldenplatz

Eoin BOURKE: The Figure of a Tyrolean Jew in Felix Mitterer's
Kein schöner Land

Thomas JUNG: Poetische Wahrheiten vor religiöser Folie in Bruno
Apitz' Novelle Esther

Claude D. CONTER: “Alle Kommunisten sind Juden, alle Juden
können Kommunisten werden.” Über das Verhältnis von Juden und
antifaschistischem Widerstand in der sozialistischen Literatur

Frank SCHENKE: Kommunisten, Schnorrer und Heimatlose.
Jüdische Figuren in literarischen Texten von Peter Edel, Stephan
Hermlin und Jurek Becker

Jefferson S. CHASE: Jurek the Liar: Humour as Memory in
Becker's Jakob der Lügner

David ROCK: Questions of Language, Identity and Jewishness in
Jurek Becker's Works

Sabine EGGER: Die Mythologisierung von ostjüdischem Leben und
Geschichte in der Lyrik Johannes Bobrowskis 1952-1962

John P. WIECZOREK: “Ein Wunder aller Wunder”: Johannes
Bobrowski's Sarmatian Poems to Jews

Meg TAIT: Belief in Socialism: Jews, Jewishness and Stefan Heym

Jonathan ROSS: “Leiden verpflichtet”. Recast Jewish Figures in
Rudolf Leonhard's Post-War Antifascist Erzählungen

Esther JONAS-MÄRTIN/Lothar MERTENS: Anna Seghers -
Suche nach der eigenen Identität?

Stefan BUSCH: Auch eine Form der “Vergangenheitsbewältigung”:
Die Darstellung von Juden und Judenvernichtung in
Nachkriegsromanen von NS-Autoren

Manuela GÜNTER: Identität und Identifizierung. Einige
Überlegungen zur Konstruktion des ‘Juden’ nach dem Holocaust

Carmel FINNAN: Autobiography, Memory and the Shoah:
German-Jewish Identity in Auto–biographical Writings by Ruth
Klüger, Cordelia Edvardson and Laura Waco

Carlotta von MALTZAN: “Die Angst davor, daß es rauskommt”.
Über das Schweigen von Opfern und Tätern bei Katja Behrens und
Bernhard Schlink

Rhys W. WILLIAMS: “Geschichte berichtet, wie es gewesen.
Erzählung spielt eine Möglichkeit durch”. Alfred Andersch and the
Jewish Experience

Matthias UECKER: “Das Verhältnis dieser Leute zu uns hat ja auch
wirklich etwas Obszönes angenommen”. Juden und Deutsche in
Alfred Anderschs Roman Efraim

Günther RÜHLE (1986): Die Gegenwart der Vergangenheit.
Rückblick auf den Fassbinder-Konflikt

Günther RÜHLE (1999): Trouble und der Versuch, Fassbinders
Stück Der Müll, die Stadt und der Tod aufzuführen

Deborah Judith VIETOR-ENGLÄNDER: “Der Jud versteht sich
auf sein Gewerbe”. Why Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Der Müll, die
Stadt und der Tod should not be performed in Germany.
Misinterpretations, Misunderstandings and Controversies about this
Play

Fritz WEFELMEYER: Die Ästhetik sich schließender Systeme.
Judendarstellungen bei Rainer Werner Fassbinder

Norbert Otto EKE: Das Schreckliche und das Komische. George
Tabori und die Shoah

David BARNETT: The Holocaust and Documentary Metadrama.
Heinar Kipphardt's Bruder Eichmann

Ian FOSTER: Cultural Cross-dressing: Stereotypes in Gregor von
Rezzori's Memoiren eines Antisemiten

Julian PREECE: Günter Grass, his Jews and their Critics: from
Klüger and Gilman to Sebald and Prawer

Colin RIORDAN: German-Jewish Relations in the Works of Peter
Schneider

David BASKER: “Whose life is it anyway?” Jewish Characters in
Wolfgang Koeppen's Post-War Fiction

Simon WARD: German and Jewish Identities in Wolfgang
Koeppen's Jakob Littners Aufzeichnungen aus einem Erdloch

Index of Contributors


Dr  Pol  O Dochartaigh
Lecturer in German
School of Languages and Literature
Faculty of Arts
University of Ulster
Coleraine
Co. Derry
BT52 1SA

Tel: +44 (0)28 - 7032 4548
Fax: +44 (0)28 - 7032 4962
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Web: http://www.ulst.ac.uk/faculty/humanities/lang+lit/modlangs/odochart.html

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