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by Rachel Palfreyman,Elizabeth Boa

  • Author: Rachel Palfreyman,Elizabeth Boa
  • ISBN: 0198159234
  • ISBN13: 978-0198159230
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 23, 2000)
  • Pages: 248
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Oxford Studies in Modern European Culture. Elizabeth Boa is Professor of German, University of Nottingham and author of Kafka: Gender, Class, Race in the Letters and Fictions (OUP, 1996) Rachel Palfreyman is Professor of German, University of Nottingham. Country of Publication.

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This study explores the theme of German identity between locality and nation in literature and film from the late nineteenth century through to the present, locating key novels and films in a wider cultural context of great significance for an understanding of German history

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Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture. Elizabeth Boa and Rachel Palfreyman (2000) Heimat – A German Dream Regional Loyalties and National Identity in German Culture 1890–1990, Oxford University Press, p. 43. ISBN 0191583545. a b Jeffrey L. Sammons (2009).

Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture. New Directions in German. p. 263. ISBN 1433106779.

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Heimat - A German Dream: Regional Loyalties and National Identity in German Culture 1890-1990 (Oxford Studies in Modern European Culture). by Rachel Palfreyman. This study explores the theme of German identity between locality and nation in literature and film from the late nineteenth century through to the present, locating key novels and films in a wider cultural context of great significance for an understanding of German history.

Heimat - A German Dream. Regional Loyalties and National Identity in German Culture 1890-1990. Elizabeth Boa, Professor of German, University of Nottingham, and Rachel Palfreyman, Lecturer in German, University of Nottingham. Heimat - A German Dream. Elizabeth Boa and Rachel Palfreyman. A examination of contemporary German culture: literature, film, history, and politics.

Heimat: A German Dream: Regional Loyalties and National Identity in German Culture 1890-1990. In the 1990s, the Egyptologist Jan Assmann emerged as the most important contributor to German discussions of collective memory. on the traumatic impact of Akhenaten's religious reforms.

Elizabeth Boa and Rachel Palfreyman, Heimat - A German Dream: Regional Loyalties and National Identity in German Culture 1890-1990, Oxford: OUP, 2000. Edgar Reitz's Heimat: Histories, Traditions, Fictions, Oxford/Bern: Peter Lang, 2000. Viewers and Villagers: Realism and Authenticity in Edgar Reitz's Heimat' in German Studies Towards the Millennium: CUTG Keele 1999, eds Chris Hall and David Rock, Oxford/Bern: Peter Lang, 2000, pp. 77-89.

Boa, Elizabeth, and Rachel Palfreyman. Heimat-A German Dream: Regional Loyalties and National Identity in German Culture 1890–1990. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Interview with Derek Mahon. Cite this chapter as: Thomas N. (2018) Negotiating Home in the Work of Derek Mahon and Sarah Kirsch. In: Space, Place and Poetry in English and German, 1960–1975. Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

The discourse of Heimat, meaning homeland or roots, has been a medium of debate on German identity between region and nation for at least a century. This study explores the theme of German identity between locality and nation in literature and film from the late nineteenth century through to the present, locating key novels and films in a wider cultural context of great significance for an understanding of German history.
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