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The Resource Edinburgh German yearbook, 7, Ethical approaches in contemporary German-language literature and culture, edited by Emily Jeremiah and Frauke Matthes

Edinburgh German yearbook, 7, Ethical approaches in contemporary German-language literature and culture, edited by Emily Jeremiah and Frauke Matthes

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Edinburgh German yearbook, 7, Ethical approaches in contemporary German-language literature and culture
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Edinburgh German yearbook
Title number
7
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Ethical approaches in contemporary German-language literature and culture
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edited by Emily Jeremiah and Frauke Matthes
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eng
Summary
Building on a long tradition in German-language literature and culture, this volume focuses on contemporary engagements with ethical concerns in literary texts, essays, and films
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non fiction
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Edinburgh German Yearbook
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v. 7
Edinburgh German yearbook, 7, Ethical approaches in contemporary German-language literature and culture, edited by Emily Jeremiah and Frauke Matthes
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Edinburgh German yearbook, 7, Ethical approaches in contemporary German-language literature and culture, edited by Emily Jeremiah and Frauke Matthes
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt3fgmvt
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Contents
  • Frontcover; Introduction: Ethical Approaches in Contemporary German-Language Literature and Culture; "The Absoluteness of the Knowledge Once Possessed": 1968 Ethics and Consensual Ethics in Uwe Timm's Novel Rot; What the World Needs Now: Rancière, Ethology, and Christian Petzold's Toter Mann (2001) and Wolfsburg (2003); Materiality and Ethics in Recent German Prose Narratives by Angelika Overath and Angela Krauß; Shameful Stories: The Ethics of East German Memory Contests in Fiction by Julia Schoch, Stefan Moster, Antje Rávic Strubel, and Judith Schalansky
  • Affective Encounters and Ethical Responses in Robert Schneider's Die Luftgängerin and Sybille Berg's Vielen Dank für das LebenNarrative Ethics and the Problems of Age and Aging in Annette Pehnt's Haus der Schildkröten; "So ähnlich könnte es gewesen sein, aber ... ": Unethical Narrations of Emily Ruete's "Große Wandelungen"; Enlightenment Fundamentalism: Zafer Şenocak, Navid Kermani, and Multiculturalism in Germany Today; Voicing Rupture: Ethical Concerns in Short Prose and Lyric Texts by Yoko Tawada; Backcover
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