Politics and culture in twentieth-century Germany
Niven , William and Jordan, Jim, eds. (2003) Politics and culture in twentieth-century Germany. Columbia, S.C. : Camden House : Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer. ISBN 1571132236Full text not available from this repository.
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Zafer enocak is the most prominent and versatile German Turkish writer today. A prize-winning poet, translator, editor, political and philosophical essayist, and fiction writer, enocak is the most challenging voice of the Turkish population in united Germany. His stylish and provocative essays explore taboo and repressed aspects of relations between Occident and Orient, Europe and Islam. His fiction has won him international acclaim, especially the post-unification novel Gefahrliche Verwandtschaft (1998), which deals with the German-Jewish-Turkish-Armenian complex. But poetry is always at the heart of his work. This is the first book in any language devoted to Zafer enocak. It is intended both as an introduction for the general reader and as a resource for the specialist. The volume includes a brief biography, previously unpublished poetry, and an interview with the author held during his period as writer-in-residence at University of Wales Swansea in May 2000.
|Divisions:||Faculty of Arts > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > German Studies|
|Publisher:||Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer|
|Place of Publication:||Columbia, S.C. : Camden House|
|Editor:||Niven , William and Jordan, Jim|
|Number of Pages:||274|
|Status:||Not Peer Reviewed|
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