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Everyday Life as Alternative Space in Exile Writing: The novels of Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Mühlen (Exile Studies) - Andrea Hammel
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This book is the first comparative study of the novels written by five German-speaking women - Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Muhlen - who had to flee National Socialist Central Europe. Gmeyner, Spiel, Wied and Zur Muhlen found refuge in Britain and thus added - together with male colleagues such as Stefan Zweig and Robert Neumann - an important but rarely investigated new dimension to the British literary landscape. The aim of this study is to reassess the ..., This book is the first comparative study of the novels written by five German-speaking women - Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Muhlen - who had to flee National Socialist Central Europe. Gmeyner, Spiel, Wied and Zur Muhlen found refuge in Britain and thus added - together with male colleagues such as Stefan Zweig and Robert Neumann - an important but rarely investigated new dimension to the British literary landscape. The aim of this study is to reassess the women refugee writers' narrative strategies and integrate their work within feminist literary studies. The author investigates the five writers' narrativisation of everyday life, used to subvert the dominant discourse, and their portrayal of the intersection between class, racial and gender oppression. She also shows their innovative ways of picturing the gendered tension between the experiences of exile and exile as a modernist metaphor as well as their search for ways to refute the Nationalist Socialist rewriting of history. The book situates the novels within the theoretical discussions surrounding exile studies, social history and women's writing.Taal: Engels; Afmetingen: 19x150x220 mm; Gewicht: 390,00 gram; Verschijningsdatum: februari 2008; Druk: 1; ISBN10: 3039105248; ISBN13: 9783039105243; , Engelstalig | Paperback | 2008, Geschiedenis & Politiek, Geschiedenis, Studie & Management, Taal & Letteren, Letterkunde, Literatuur & Romans, Romans algemeen, Studie & Management, Sociale wetenschappen, Sociologie, Studie & Management, Taal & Letteren, Taalkunde, Verlag Peter Lang

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Everyday Life as Alternative Space in Exile Writing: The novels of Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Mühlen (Exil-Studien/ Exile Studies)
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Andrea Hammel

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Everyday Life as Alternative Space in Exile Writing: The novels of Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Mühlen (Exil-Studien/ Exile Studies)

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9783039105243

This book is the rst comparative study of the novels written by ve German-speaking women - Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Mühlen - who had to ee National Socialist Central Europe. Gmeyner, Spiel, Wied and Zur Mühlen found refuge in Britain and thus added - together with male colleagues such as Stefan Zweig and Robert Neumann - an important but rarely investigated new dimension to the British literary landscape. The aim of this study is to reassess the women refugee writers' narrative strategies and integrate their work within feminist literary studies. The author investigates the ve writers' narrativisation of everyday life, used to subvert the dominant discourse, and their portrayal of the intersection between class, racial and gender oppression. She also shows their innovative ways of picturing the gendered tension between the experiences of exile and exile as a modernist metaphor as well as their search for ways to refute the Nationalist Socialist rewriting of history. The book situates the novels within the theoretical discussions surrounding exile studies, social history and women's writing.

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Publisher: Oxford ; Bern ; Berlin ; Bruxelles ; Frankfurt, M. ; New York, NY ; Wien : Lang, 2008.

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