Witnessing, Memory, Poetics : H. G. Adler and W. G. Sebald
By: Finch, Helen.
Contributor(s): Wolff, Lynn L.Material type: TextSeries: Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture: Publisher: Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (334 p.).ISBN: 9781782043287.Subject(s): Adler, H. G. -- Criticism and interpretation | Collective memory and literature | History and literature | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) in literature | Memory in literature | Psychic trauma in literature | Sebald, W. G. (Winfried Georg), 1944-2001 -- Criticism and interpretationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Witnessing, Memory, Poetics : H. G. Adler and W. G. SebaldDDC classification: 833/.914 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Frontcover; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction: The Adler-Sebald Intertextual Relationship as Paradigm for Intergenerational Literary Testimony; Part I. Intertexts in Context; 1: Opening Address: The Connections between H. G. Adler and W. G. Sebald, from a Personal Perspective; 2: Memory's Witness-Witnessing Memory; 3: Writing the Medusa: A Documentation of H. G. Adler and Theresienstadt in W. G. Sebald's Library; Part II. Witnessing Trauma and the Poetics of Witnessing; 4: Bearing Witness: The Poetics of H. G. Adler and W. G. Sebald
5: "Schmerzensspuren der Geschichte(n)": Memory and Intertextuality in H. G. Adler and W. G. Sebald6: "Der Autor zwischen Literatur und Politik": H. G. Adler's "Engagement" and W. G. Sebald's "Restitution"; Part III. Memory, Memorialization and the Re-Presentation of History; 7: Memory, Witness, and the (Holocaust) Museum in H. G. Adler and W. G. Sebald; 8: History, Emotions, Literature: The Representation of Theresienstadt in H. G. Adler's Theresienstadt 1941-1945: Das Antlitz einer Zwangsgemeinschaft and W. G. Sebald's Austerlitz; Part IV. Literary Legacies and Networks
9: The Kafkaesque in H. G. Adler's and W. G. Sebald's Literary Historiographies10: Generational Conflicts, Generational Affinities: Broch, Adorno, Adler, Sebald; 11: "Der verwerfliche Literaturbetrieb unserer Epoche": H. G. Adler and the Postwar West German "Literary Field"; Afterword; Bibliography; Contributors; Index; Backcover
Investigates the connections between German writers H.G. Adler and W.G. Sebald and reveals a new hybrid paradigm of writing about the Holocaust in light of the wider literary-political implications of Holocaust representation since 1945.