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Autor: Andreas Dorrer
Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager.
Veröffentlicht am: 01.08.2021
Artikelnummer: 2428618
ISBN / EAN: 9783503205127

Verfügbarkeit: sofort lieferbar

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Produktbeschreibung

This first monograph on WWI dramatic literature closes one of the last research desiderata of the German literature on the First World War. The author opens up a hitherto unknown corpus of texts and identifies the most important discourses represented in these WWI plays. Furthermore, he embeds the discourses in contemporary public debates and identifies them in more famous dramatic works of the Weimar Republic. This allows the analysis of the Heimkehrerdramen of Toller, Brecht, and Horváth to focus on the representation of contemporary narratives that have so far been overlooked and embeds these plays in the context in which they were created. Previously, this was only the case for Karl Kraus's Die letzten Tage der Menschheit, which is also interpreted by the author in a newly established intertextual relationship with early WWI dramas. The approach this book takes not only provides new insights into the WWI drama between 1914 and the end of the Weimar Republic, but also new points of departure for research in a number of literary and cultural studies fields.
This first monograph on WWI dramatic literature closes one of the last research desiderata of the German literature on the First World War. The author opens up a hitherto unknown corpus of texts and identifies the most important discourses represented in these WWI plays. Furthermore, he embeds the discourses in contemporary public debates and identifies them in more famous dramatic works of the Weimar Republic. This allows the analysis of the Heimkehrerdramen of Toller, Brecht, and Horváth to focus on the representation of contemporary narratives that have so far been overlooked and embeds these plays in the context in which they were created. Previously, this was only the case for Karl Kraus's Die letzten Tage der Menschheit, which is also interpreted by the author in a newly established intertextual relationship with early WWI dramas. The approach this book takes not only provides new insights into the WWI drama between 1914 and the end of the Weimar Republic, but also new points of departure for research in a number of literary and cultural studies fields.

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Autor Verlag Schmidt (Erich), Berlin
ISBN / EAN 9783503205127 Bindung Hardcover

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