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History of the literary cultures of East-Central Europe : junctures and disjunctures in the 19th and 20th centuries. Vol. II

Author: Marcel Cornis-Pope; John Neubauer
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub., 2006.
Series: Comparative history of literatures in European languages, 20.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marcel Cornis-Pope; John Neubauer
ISBN: 9027234523 9027293406 9027295530 9789027234520 9789027293404 9789027295538
DOI: 10.1075/chlel.xx
OCLC Number: 974509825
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : maps.
Contents: 1. Editors' Preface; 2. Acknowledgements; 3. Note on Documentation and Translation; 4. Table of contents, Volume I; 5. In preparation; 6. Introduction: Mapping the Literary Interfaces of East-Central Europe (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 7. CITIES AS SITES OF HYBRID LITERARY IDENTITY AND MULTICULTURAL PRODUCTION; 8. Introduction: Representing East-Central Europe's Marginocentric Cities (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 9. Vilnius/Wilno/Vilna: the Myth of Division and the Myth of Connection (by Venclova, Tomas); 10. The Tartu/Tallinn Dialectic in Estonian Letters and Culture (by Kirss, Tiina); 11. Monuments and the Literary Culture of Riga (by Novikova, Irina); 12. Czernowitz/Cernauti/Chernovtsy/Chernivtsi/Czerniowce: A Testing Ground for Pluralism (by Colin, Amy); 13. 'The City that Is No More, the City that Will Stand Forever': Danzig/Gdansk as Homeland in the Writings of Gunter Grass, Pawel Huelle, and Stefan Chwin (by Jerzak, Katarzyna); 14. On the Borders of Mighty Empires: Bucharest, City of Merging Paradigms (by Spiridon, Monica); 15. Literary Production in Marginocentric Cultural Node: The Case of Timisoara (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 16. Plovdiv: The Text of the City vs. the Texts of Literature (by Kiossev, Alexander); 17. The Torn Soul of a City: Trieste as a Center of Polyphonic Culture and Literature (by Campanile, Anna); 18. Topographies of Literary Culture in Budapest (by Neubauer, John); 19. Prague: Magnetic Fields or the Staging of the Avant-Garde (by Ambros, Veronika); 20. Cities in Ashkenaz: Sites of Identity, Cultural Production, Utopic or Dystopic Visions (by Wolitz, Seth L.); 21. 2. REGIONAL SITES OF CULTURAL HYBRIDIZATION; 22. Introduction: Literature in Multicultural Corridors and Regions (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 23. The Literary Cultures of the Danubian Corridor; 24. Mapping the Danubian Literary Mosaic (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 25. Upstream and Downstream the Danube (by Neubauer, John); 26. The Intercultural Corridor of the 'Other' Danube (by Verona, Roxana M.); 27. B. Regions as Cultural Interfaces; 28. Transylvania's Literary Cultures: Rivalry and Interaction (by Neubauer, John); 29. The Hybrid Soil of the Balkans: A Topography of Albanian Literature (by Elsie, Robert); 30. Up and Down in Croatian Literary Geography: The Case of Krugovasi (by Biti, Vladimir); 31. Ashkenaz or the Jewish Cultural Presence in Central and Eastern Europe (by Wolitz, Seth L.); 32. Representing Transnational (Real or Imaginary) Regional Spaces; 33. The Return of Pannonia as Imaginary Topos and Space of Homelessness (by Snel, Guido); 34. Jan Lam and Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach: Galicia in the Historical Imagination of Nineteenth-Century Writers (by Nance, Agnieszka); 35. Macedonia in Bulgarian Literature (by Peleva, Inna); 36. Transformations of Imagined Landscapes: Istra and Savrinija as Intercultural Narratives (by Mihelj, Sabina); 37. 3. THE LITERARY RECONSTRUCTION OF EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE'S IMAGINED COMMUNITIES: NATIVE TO DIASPORIC; 38. Introduction: Crossing Geographic and Cultural Boundaries, Reinventing Literary Identities (by Cornis-Pope, Marcel); 39. Kafka, Svejk, and the Butcher's Wife, or Postcommunism/ Postcolonialism and Central Europe (by Petkovic, Nikola); 40. Tsarigrad/Istanbul/Constantinople and the Spatial Construction of Bulgarian National Identity in the Nineteenth Century (by Penchev, Boyko); 41. Paradoxical Renaissance Abroad: Ukrainian Emigre Literature, 1945-1950 (by Grabowicz, George G.); 42. Paris as a Constitutive East-Central European Topos: The Case of Polish and Romanian Literature (by Spiridon, Monica); 43. A Tragic One-Way Ticket to Universality: Bucharest - Paris - Auschwitz, or the Case of Benjamin Fundoianu (by Berindeanu, Florin); 44. Works Cited; 45. Index of East-Central European Names: Vol. 2; 46. List of Contributors
Series Title: Comparative history of literatures in European languages, 20.
Responsibility: edited by Marcel Cornis-Pope, John Neubauer.
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