Changing the nation : Günter Grass in international perspective / edited by Rebecca Braun and Frank Brunssen.
- Würzburg : Königshausen & Neumann, c2008.
224 p. ; 24 cm.
- Grass, Günter, 1927- -- Criticism and interpretation -- Congresses.
- 'Even the flowering of art isn't pure': Günter Grass's figures of shame / Michael Minden
Indispensable, inadequate narratives: on reading Grass's oeuvre with Lacan / Timothy B. Malchow
Günter Grass's lateness: reading Grass with Adorno and Said / Karen Leeder
Memory, myth, and the migrant experience in W.G. Sebald's Austerlitz, Günter Grass's The tin drum, and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's children / Peter Arnds
'According to his inner geography, the Spree flowed into the Rhône': Too far afield and France / Julian Preece
'Speak out!': Günter Grass as an international intellectual / Frank Brunssen
Günter Grass and Paweł Huelle: Pilenz and Mahlke in post-war Poland / Pawel C. Wozniak
Men without a country: Kurt Vonnegut's readings of Günter Grass / Sascha Seiler
Günter Grass's 'Danzig quintet,' Alltagsgeschichte, and the historiography of National Socialism / Katharina Hall
Peeling the onion by Günter Grass: from survivor memory to postmemory, and the issue of a responsible European culture of memory / Helena Gonçalves da Silva
The tin drummer marches on: the post-Wende reception of Günter Grass in the United States / Siegfried Mews
From 'good German' to 'typical Nazi': the reception of Günter Grass in Australia and New Zealand / Alexandra Ludewig
Günter Grass as a world author / Rebecca Braun.
- "...[T]he Liverpool Günter Grass conference ... laid the groundwork for this volume in September 2007"--P. 5.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Class of 1924 Book Fund.
- Braun, Rebecca.
Class of 1924 Book Fund.
- 9783826038259 (pbk.)
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