New Subjectivity And Prose Forms Of Alienation: Peter Handke And Botho Strauss by Linda C. Demeritt

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Author
Linda C. Demeritt
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Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
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9780820404233
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Hardcover
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German literature of the 1970's has earned the label New Subjectivity due to a shift in emphasis from political persuasion to an interest in the subject and a more personal engagement. This book presents concepts of New Subjectivity and a discussion of its relevance, concentrating on the experience of alienation as its thematic and formal departure point. The investigation centers on the prose of prominent new subjective authors and details in particular the transition from fear to happiness in Peter Handke's works and the theme of love in Botho Strauss's prose.


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