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9/11 in European Literature: Negotiating Identities Against the Attacks and What Followed 2017 book

 9/11 in European Literature: Negotiating Identities Against the Attacks and What Followed

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9/11 in European Literature: Negotiating Identities Against the Attacks and What Followed

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ISBN : 9783319642086, 9783319642093 
publisher: Palgrave Macmillan 
publish year: 2017 
pages: 383 
language: English 
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Front Matter ....Pages i-xi
Introduction: 9/11 in European Literature (Svenja Frank)....Pages 1-34
Front Matter ....Pages 35-35
9/11: The Interpretation of Disaster as Disaster of Interpretation—An American Catastrophe Reflected in American and European Discourses (Rolf G. Renner)....Pages 37-60
The Wind of the Hudson. Gerhard Richter’s September (2005) and the European Perception of Catastrophe (Ulrich Kinzel)....Pages 61-81
‘Burning from the Inside Out’: Let the Great World Spin (2009) (Eoin Flannery)....Pages 83-101
Front Matter ....Pages 103-103
Seeing Is Disbelieving: The Contested Visibility of 9/11 in France (Jean-Philippe Mathy)....Pages 105-129
Cultural and Historical Memory in English and German Discursive Responses to 9/11 (Sandra Singer)....Pages 131-157
The Post-9/11 World in Three Polish Responses: Zagajewski, Skolimowski, Tochman (Ewa Kowal)....Pages 159-179
The Islamic World as Other in Oriana Fallaci’s “Trilogy” (Charles Burdett)....Pages 181-204
Front Matter ....Pages 205-205
National Identity and Literary Culture After 9/11: Pro- and Anti-Americanism in Frédéric Beigbeder’s Windows on the World (2003) and Thomas Hettche’s Woraus wir gemacht sind (2006) (Birte Christ)....Pages 207-251
The Mimicry of Dialogue: Thomas Lehr’s September. Fata Morgana (2010) (Svenja Frank)....Pages 253-282
Europe and Its Discontents: Intra-European Violence in Dutch Literature After 9/11 (Maria Boletsi)....Pages 283-321
Tourist/Terrorist: Narrating Uncertainty in Early European Literature on Guantánamo (Philipp Hubmann)....Pages 323-355
Back Matter ....Pages 357-386


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