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Deutschsprachige Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts im Medium Film: Eine Auswahl
From the dawn of film history to today, film-adaption has generally been treated as the unfavored stepchild of the literary work upon which it is based. One reason for this bias is that film is seldom viewed as a free-standing ...
Absent mothers, absent fathers: Aspects of German Fascism as seen through the contemporary camera (Germany, Helma Sanders-Brahms, Agnieszka Holland, Marianne S. W. Rosenbaum, Su Friedrich)
The personal history of individuals during the World War II and post-war period is looked at through the film texts "Deutschland, bleiche Mutter", "Europa, Europa", "Peppermint Frieden" and "The Ties That Bind". These film ...
Nazis or fairy tales: The career of Leni Riefenstahl (Germany)
Riefenstahl's career is examined through criticism which only allows two images: Riefenstahl as a Nazi film propagandist or Riefenstahl as a pure artist. My research shows that Riefenstahl is a complex person; therefore, ...
Elfriede Jelinek und Valie Export: Rezeption der feministischen Avantgarde Oesterreichs im deutschsprachigen Feuilleton (German text)
The writer Elfriede Jelinek and the multi-media artist Valie Export represent Austria's feminist avant-garde which evolved in the 1960s. Their work--a strong criticism of the social, economic and political situation of ...
C. M. Wieland's "Die Geschichte des Agathon" (Christoph Martin Wieland)
The first and third versions of Wieland's Die Geschichte des Agathon differ from each other in various ways. One observes differences in style, wording, chapter grouping, and other "superficial" changes. There are also ...