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[P-2531] Nicholas Saul
Gypsies and orientalism in German literature and anthropology of the long nineteenth century
Legenda: London - 2007
Höhe: 26 cm - 188 Seiten
Klappentext/Verlagswerbung:
An apparently nomadic diaspora nation of Indian provenance, the Gypsies are present with notable frequency in Germanic literatures from Wolzogen and Brentano to Stifter, Keller, Storm, Raabe, Jensen, Saar and Thomas Mann. Against the background of the still officially unacknowledged Romany Holocaust, Saul analyses in a series of close interpretations the stations of the literary construction of the Gypsy prior to the human disaster. The book's synthesis of scholarship in cultural, social and institutional history, the history of ideas and literary history will appeal to the scholarly community across traditional disciplinary boundaries, and will also serve as a valuable introduction for students from diverse fields. (Verlag)
Rezensionen: Jb-KMG 2010, S. 277
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T-7229 - German Knowledge, German Nation, and German Paths to Selfhood in Freytag and May091 - 105

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