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Reviews Of Recent Publications Jun 2009

Reviews Of Recent Publications

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Sara Lennox. Cemetery of the Murdered Daughters: Feminism, History, and Ingeborg Bachmann by Kristin T. Vander Lugt

Birgit Tautz. Reading and Seeing Ethnic Differences in the Enlightenment: From China to Africa by Susanne Kelley

Patrick Greaney. Untimely Beggar. Poverty and Power from Baudelaire to Benjamin by Christine Rinne

Philip Payne, Graham Bartram, and Galin Tihanov, eds. A Companion to the Works of Robert Musil by Geoffrey C. Howes

Jennifer Willging. Telling Anxiety: Anxious Narration in the Work of Marguerite Duras, Annie Ernaux, Nathalie Sarraute and Anne H├ębert by Natalie Edwards

Michael Lucey. Never Say I: Sexuality and the First Person ...


Reviews Of Recent Publications Jan 2009

Reviews Of Recent Publications

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Bigsby, Christopher. Remembering and Imagining the Holocaust: The Chain of Memory by Roxane Riegler

Bruce, Iris. Kafka and Cultural Zionism. Dates in Palestine by Bettina Matthias

Haase, Christine. When Heimat Meets Hollywood: German Filmmakers and America, 1985-2005 by Maria Stehle

Herzog, Dagmar. Sex after Fascism: Memory and Morality in Twentieth-Century Germany by Sabine Hake

Iossel, Mikhail and Jeff Parker. Amerika. Russian Writers View the United States by Yuliya Minkova

Macksey, Richard and Eugenio Donato, eds. The Structuralist Controversy: The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man by Safoi Babana-Hampton

Magnarelli, Sharon. Home is Where the (He)art Is: The ...


Exile On 125th Street: African-Americans, Germans, And Jews In Moon Over Harlem, Jonathan Skolnik Dec 2008

Exile On 125th Street: African-Americans, Germans, And Jews In Moon Over Harlem, Jonathan Skolnik

Jonathan Skolnik

An analysis of the film Moon Over Harlem (Dir. Edgar G. Ulmer, 1939) focusing on issues of German-Jewish exile from Nazi Germany and race in American culture and society.