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eBook A Space of Anxiety.Dislocation and Abjection in Modern German-Jewish Literature.(Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur 138) download ISBN: 9042007974
Author: Anne. Fuchs
Publisher: Rodopi Bv Editions (January 1999)
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A Space of Anxiety engages with a body of German-Jewish literature that, from the beginning of the century onwards, explores notions of identity and kinship in the context of migration, exile and persecution.

Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur ; 138. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -195) and index

Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur ; 138. -195) and index.

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This includes literature written in Germany, Austria, the German parts of Switzerland and Belgium, Liechtenstein, South Tyrol in Italy and to a lesser extent works of the German diaspora. German literature of the modern period is mostly in Standard German, but there are some currents of literature influenced to a greater or lesser degree by dialects (.

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About the author (1999)

Modern Austrian Literature, Volume 40, Issue 4 Snippet view - 2007. Anne Fuchs is professor of modern German literature and culture at University College Dublin. Bibliographic information. Ghetto Writing: Traditional and Eastern Jewry in German-Jewish Literature from Heine to Hilsenrath Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999. Between Redemption and Doom: the Strains of German-Jewish Modernism. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999.

A Space of Anxiety engages with a body of German-Jewish literature that, from the beginning of the century onwards, explores notions of identity and kinship in the context of migration, exile and persecution. The study offers an analysis of how Freud, Kafka, Roth, Drach and Hilsenrath employ, to varying degrees, the travel paradigm to question those borders and boundaries that define the space between the self and the other. A Space of Anxiety argues that from Freud to Hilsenrath, German-Jewish literature emerges from an ambivalent space of enunciation which challenges the great narrative of an historical identity authenticated by an "originary" past. Inspired by postcolonial and psychoanalytic theories, the author shows that modern German-Jewish writers inhabit a "Third Space" which poses an alternative to an understanding of culture as a homogeneous tradition based on (national) unity.The study is of interest to students of German literature, German-Jewish literature and Cultural Studies.