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  1. Zwischen Fiktion und historischer Realität: Gusel Jachinas Roman "Wolgakinder"
    Erschienen: 30.12.2021

    Gusel Jachina is a Russian writer. Her grandfather, a former German teacher in one of the villages along the Volga River, founded by German colonists, inspired her second novel “Wolgakinder” (Children of the Volga). She presents over 20 years of... mehr

     

    Gusel Jachina is a Russian writer. Her grandfather, a former German teacher in one of the villages along the Volga River, founded by German colonists, inspired her second novel “Wolgakinder” (Children of the Volga). She presents over 20 years of eventful history as it is seen by Jakob Bach, a German teacher in the village Gnadental on the banks of the Volga. It is an opulent novel of 600 pages, written in a rather baroque style, trying to not only present historic events from the beginning of the Soviet era but to recreate the atmosphere of those years full of Ups and Downs not only for the German speaking population.

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); 891.8
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  2. Rezension zu: Dácz, Enikö/ Réka Jakabházi (Hgg.): Literarische Rauminszenierungen in Zentraleuropa. Kronstadt/Brașov/Brassó in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Regensburg: Pustet Verlag 2020, 344 S., ISBN 978-3-7917-3222-0
    Erschienen: 30.12.2021

    The following review presents an anthology about literary presentations of space or field as a concept described by Pierre Bourdieu in Central Europe. The an-thology is conceived as a case study on the plurilingual Transylvanian town of Brașov... mehr

     

    The following review presents an anthology about literary presentations of space or field as a concept described by Pierre Bourdieu in Central Europe. The an-thology is conceived as a case study on the plurilingual Transylvanian town of Brașov in the first half of the 20th century and is the result of a six-year-project at the Institute for Culture and History of Southeastern Europe in Munich. The editors are Enikö Dácz and Réka Jakabházi.

     

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  3. Friederike Mayröcker – Die "Findung" einer Dichterin

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  4. Interkulturelle Aspekte in der Verlagstätigkeit der Hermannstädter Zeitschrift "Transilvania" , Jg. 2005-2006

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  5. Ludwig Hesshaimers als Schriftsteller : "Lebensbuch" und Künstlererzählungen

    The present approach deals with an almost forgotten aspect of the oevre of Ludwig Hesshaimer, primarily known and appreciated for his drawings. Hesshaimer is nowadays known for his drawings and paintings from World War I. He also was very well known... mehr

     

    The present approach deals with an almost forgotten aspect of the oevre of Ludwig Hesshaimer, primarily known and appreciated for his drawings. Hesshaimer is nowadays known for his drawings and paintings from World War I. He also was very well known at his time as president of the Austrian Association of Philatelists. This approach starts with a brief biography, presenting the historical and family background of Hesshaimer, in order to position his work into the literary and historical context of the time. The second part of the present text refers to his autobiographical book Miniaturen aus der Monarchie printed in 1992 under the supervision of Hesshaimers daughter and granddaughter. Then it focuses on the analysis of his three stories about artists that are considered of general interest because they are almost unknown being published just once in 1928. Applied to the most interesting story Der nackte Fuß (The naked foot) follows an analysis of the stylistic phenomenon known as ekphrasis, which is a literary description of works of art.

     

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