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The portrayal of Jews in GDR prose fiction (Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur) (Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur) [EPUB] ✼ The portrayal of Jews in GDR prose fiction (Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur) (Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur) ✿ Pól Ó Dochartaigh – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This volume is the first comprehensive single study of Jewish themes in any of the post 1945 German literatures It presents literature on Jewish themes by Jewish and non Jewish authors in the cultural This volume is the first comprehensive single of Jews PDF Ç study of Jewish themes in any of the post German literatures It presents literature on Jewish themes by Jewish and non Jewish authors in the cultural social and political context of the Soviet ZoneGDR during the entire years of its history from to It offers a brief history of Jews in the GDR before looking in four chronologically ordered chapters at the history of publishing on Jewish themes in the GDR Some texts by different authors including Anna Seghers Stephan Hermlin Arnold Zweig Franz The portrayal PDF/EPUB or FÜhmann Johannes Bobrowski Jurek Becker Stefan Heym GÜnter Kunert Christa Wolf and Helga KÖnigsdorf are then singled out for closer analysisSuch themes as historical anti Semitism the Holocaust Jewish resistance Jewish assimilation Heine Marx Moses Mendelssohn Jewish survival and Jews in the GDR are all discussed in the book The volume also offers evidence of the political influences on publishing on Jewish themes at various stages in the GDR's history In addition a structured bibliography of some items is offered approximately of which were published in the GDR with a Jewish content or theme The study portrayal of Jews PDF/EPUB ç should be of interest to students of contemporary German literature and politics the GDR and of Jewish studies in the wider context.

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