By Linda Wagner-Martin
* The background of yank Literature from 1950 to the current offers a finished research of the wide variety of literary works that extends into the twenty first century
* Covers drama, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, technological know-how fiction, and detective novels
* beneficial properties dialogue of yankee works in the context of such 21st-century matters as globalization, drugs, gender, schooling, and different topics
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89 See for example Irving Wohlfarth, “Anachronie. Interferenzen zwischen Walter Benjamin und W. 2 (2008) 184–242. The volume W. Sebald and the Writing of History, eds. Anne Fuchs and J. Long (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2007) further establishes Sebald as an intellectual heir to Walter Benjamin, particularly with regard to Benjamin’s concept of history as developed in his Über den Begriff der Geschichte. See Lynn Wolff, review of W. ’”93 Körte, however, does not name any of these “many authors” nor does she provide any references to said literary critics.
104 The various comparative taigh (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2000) 153–164; Ann Parry, “Idioms for the Unrepresentable: Postwar Fiction and the Shoah,”The Holocaust and the Text. Speaking the Unspeakable, eds. Andrew Leak and George Paizis (Basingstoke, England; New York, NY: Macmillan; St. Martin’s, with Institute for Romance Studies and Institute for English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, and Wiener Library, 2000) 109–124, et al. 102 See chapter three for a discussion of Sebald’s use of images and chapter six for a discussion of intermedial translation.
Intertextualität und Topographie (Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2008). See in particular Jo Catling, “W. Sebald: ein ‘England-Deutscher’? Identität – Topographie – Intertextualität,” 25– 53 and Ruth Vogel-Klein, “Französische Intertexte in W. Sebalds Austerlitz,” 73–92. Further articles include Michaela Holdenried, “Zeugen – Spuren – Erinnerung. Zum intertextuellen Resonanzraum von Grenzerfahrungen in der Literatur jüdischer Überlebender. Jean Améry und W. Sebald,” Autobiographisches Schreiben in der deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur 2.