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War, Violence and the Modern Condition.

By: Hüppauf, Bernd.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.European Cultures: Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, 1997Description: 1 online resource (424 p.).ISBN: 9783110817256.Subject(s): Austrian literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism | German literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism | War and civilization | War in literature | World War, 1914-1918 - Literature and the war | World War, 1914-1918 -- Literature and the war | World War, 1914-1918 -- Social aspects -- Europe, German-speaking | World War, 1914-1918 - Social aspects - Europe, German-speakingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: War, Violence and the Modern ConditionDDC classification: 303.66 | 940.3/1 | 940.31 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction: Modernity and Violence: Observations Concerning a Contradictory Relationship; Violence and Modernity; The Great War and the Persistence of Tradition: Languages of Grief, Bereavement and Mourning; Starting from Scratch: Concepts of Order in No Man's Land; The Therapeutic Response: Continuities from World War One to National Socialism; From War Economy to "New Economy": World War I and the Conservative Debate about the 'other' Modernity in Germany; Codes of War and Violence; Some Lessons of the War: The Discourse on the Propaganda and Public Opinion in Germany in the 1920s
Blitzkrieg: "God Stinnes" or the Depoliticization of the SublimeThe fiftieth Anniversary of the Allied Air Raids on Dresden: A Half Century of Literature and History Writing; Sexy Nazis and Daddy's Girls: Fascism and Sexuality in Film and Video since the 1970s; Bodies, Souls and Modern Warfare; Aesculap in the Trenches: Aspects of German Medicine in the First World War; The Failure of Love: A Lesser Theory of the Great War; Benn's Body. Masculine Aesthetics and Reproduction in Gottfried Benn's Essays; Women in the Military and the Cult of Masculinity
Artistic and Literary Representations of Modern Warfare"A Murderous Carnival": German Artists in the First World War; Arnold Zweig's War Novellas of 1914 and their Versions: Literature, Modernity and the Demands of the Day; War and Novel: Alfred Döblin's "Wallenstein" and "November 1918"; Violent Orders in Robert Musil's "Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften" and Thomas Bernhard's "Kalkwerk"; "Les peuples meurent, pour que Dieu vive": Gertrud Kolmar's Consecration of the Protagonists in the Drama of the French Revolution; Laws of War and Revolution: Violence in Heiner Müller's Work; Bibliography
Primary Sources (Literary, Historical, Philosophical)Secondary Sources; List of Illustrations; Notes on Contributors; Index
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Introduction: Modernity and Violence: Observations Concerning a Contradictory Relationship; Violence and Modernity; The Great War and the Persistence of Tradition: Languages of Grief, Bereavement and Mourning; Starting from Scratch: Concepts of Order in No Man's Land; The Therapeutic Response: Continuities from World War One to National Socialism; From War Economy to "New Economy": World War I and the Conservative Debate about the 'other' Modernity in Germany; Codes of War and Violence; Some Lessons of the War: The Discourse on the Propaganda and Public Opinion in Germany in the 1920s

Blitzkrieg: "God Stinnes" or the Depoliticization of the SublimeThe fiftieth Anniversary of the Allied Air Raids on Dresden: A Half Century of Literature and History Writing; Sexy Nazis and Daddy's Girls: Fascism and Sexuality in Film and Video since the 1970s; Bodies, Souls and Modern Warfare; Aesculap in the Trenches: Aspects of German Medicine in the First World War; The Failure of Love: A Lesser Theory of the Great War; Benn's Body. Masculine Aesthetics and Reproduction in Gottfried Benn's Essays; Women in the Military and the Cult of Masculinity

Artistic and Literary Representations of Modern Warfare"A Murderous Carnival": German Artists in the First World War; Arnold Zweig's War Novellas of 1914 and their Versions: Literature, Modernity and the Demands of the Day; War and Novel: Alfred Döblin's "Wallenstein" and "November 1918"; Violent Orders in Robert Musil's "Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften" and Thomas Bernhard's "Kalkwerk"; "Les peuples meurent, pour que Dieu vive": Gertrud Kolmar's Consecration of the Protagonists in the Drama of the French Revolution; Laws of War and Revolution: Violence in Heiner Müller's Work; Bibliography

Primary Sources (Literary, Historical, Philosophical)Secondary Sources; List of Illustrations; Notes on Contributors; Index

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