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  1. "Vorschlag Todesurteil" : illegale Literatur und der "Rundfunk im amerikanischen Sektor" (RIAS) – Fragmente einer Geschichte
    Erschienen: 27.09.2007

    Hans-Georg Soldat (Berlin) arbeitete als Literatur-Redakteur beim RIAS in West-Berlin und referierte "Zur Rolle von Westpresse und Rundfunk". Er berichtete, dass DDR-Autoren im RIAS-Literaturprogramm stark vertreten waren. In der DDR unzugängliche... mehr

     

    Hans-Georg Soldat (Berlin) arbeitete als Literatur-Redakteur beim RIAS in West-Berlin und referierte "Zur Rolle von Westpresse und Rundfunk". Er berichtete, dass DDR-Autoren im RIAS-Literaturprogramm stark vertreten waren. In der DDR unzugängliche Bücher wurden in den RIAS-Besprechungen ausgiebig zitiert, um auf diese Weise die Literatursperre zu unterlaufen. Ein Indiz für die Wirkung dieser Vorgehensweise lieferte die Vorstellung einer DDR-Ausgabe einer sowjetischen Anthologie. Kurz nach der RIAS-Sendung avancierte das Buch vom Ladenhüter zur Bückware. Insgesamt sank jedoch der Stellenwert des Radios. Zitiert nach: Tagungsbericht "Der heimliche Leser in der DDR". 26.09.2007-28.09.2007, Leipzig, in: H-Soz-u-Kult, 14.11.2007, <http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/tagungsberichte/id=1747>.

     

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  2. Die Umschreibung des Perfektums im Deutschen mit haben und sein
    Autor*in: Paul, Hermann
    Erschienen: 07.08.2007

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    Sprache: Deutsch
    Medientyp: Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
    Format: Online
    DDC Klassifikation: Germanische Sprachen; Deutsch (430)
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  3. Visual representation in the work of Joseph Roth, 1923-1932
    Erschienen: 22.06.2007

    Through an examination of Joseph Roth’s reportage and fiction published between 1923 and 1932, this thesis seeks to provide a systematic analysis of a particular aspect of the author’s literary style, namely his use of sharply focused visual... mehr

     

    Through an examination of Joseph Roth’s reportage and fiction published between 1923 and 1932, this thesis seeks to provide a systematic analysis of a particular aspect of the author’s literary style, namely his use of sharply focused visual representations, which are termed Heuristic Visuals. Close textual analysis, supplemented by insights from reader-response theory, psychology, psycholinguistics and sociology illuminate the function of these visual representations. The thesis also seeks to discover whether there are significant differences and correspondences in the use of visual representations between the reportage and fiction genres. Roth believed that writers should be engagiert, and that the truth could only be arrived at through close observation of reality, not subordinated to theory. The research analyses the techniques by which Roth challenges his readers and encourages them to discover the truth for themselves. Three basic variants of Heuristic Visuals are identified, and their use in different contexts, including that of dialectical presentations, is explored. There is evidence of the use of different variants of Heuristic Visuals according to the respective rhetorical demands of particular thematic issues. It has also been possible to establish synchronic correspondences between the different genres, and diachronic correspondences within genres. Although there are examples within the reportage where the entire article is based on an Heuristic Visual, the use of Heuristic Visuals cannot be seen as a key organizing principle in Roth’s work as a whole. As his mastery of the technique reaches its highest point in the early 1930s, Heuristic Visuals are often incorporated into the reconstruction of a complete sensory experience. Analysis of Roth’s heuristic use of visual representations has led to important insights, including a reinterpretation of the endings of Roth’s two most famous novels: Hiob and Radetzkymarsch.

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
    Medientyp: Dissertation; doctoralThesis
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    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830)
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  4. Stasi, sex and soundtracks: Thomas Brussig's Postalgie
    Erschienen: 30.07.2007

    Since the fall of the Wall, a new era of East German literature has emerged. This genre of literature exists even though East Germany’s borders dissolved over a decade and half ago and is challenging the way we think about the former German... mehr

     

    Since the fall of the Wall, a new era of East German literature has emerged. This genre of literature exists even though East Germany’s borders dissolved over a decade and half ago and is challenging the way we think about the former German Democratic Republic. East German author Thomas Brussig is pivotal in this new genre of literature. His novels Helden wie wir (1995), Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee (1999) and Leander Haußmann’s cinematic adaptation, Sonnenallee (1999), confront the negative associations and stereotypes connected with East Germany to deconstruct how formal history has portrayed its past and its citizens. Brussig’s texts take a completely different approach to remembering the GDR, which simultaneously challenges history’s dominant perspective as well as the Ostalgie phenomenon. Through his texts’ recollection, Brussig subverts the East German state in hindsight and begins the construction of a new mythology with which to associate former East Germany.

     

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