|Title:||Christa Wolf (Autorenbücher ; 4) (German Edition)|
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Details (if other): Cancel. Christa Wolf (Autorenbücher). 3406353622 (ISBN13: 9783406353628).
Christa Wolf was a German novelist, short-story writer, and essayist, first won acclaim in the former East Germany as an independent spirit who combined her commitment to the aspirations of the socialist state with a humanistic concern for its citizens as individuals. By the 1990's she was regarded internationally as one of the most thought-provoking writers in postwar German literature. Cassandra: A Novel and Four Essays ) In this volume, the distinguished East German writer Christa Wolf retells the story of the fall of Troy, but from the point of view of the woman whose visionary powers earned her contempt and scorn. Written as a result of the author's Greek travels and studies, Cassandra speaks to us in a pressing monologue whose inner focal points are patriarchy and war.
Christa Wolf's Utopian Vision: From Marxism to Feminism (Cambridge Studies in German). Download (PDF). Читать. Christa Wolf's Utopian Vision: From Marxism to Feminism (Cambridge Studies in German). Erläuterungen zu Christa Wolf: Kassandra, 4. Auflage (Königs Erläuterungen und Materialien, Band 372). Erläuterungen Zu Christa Wolf, Kassandra.
Christa Wolf, Materialienbuch. Published 1979 by Luchterhand in Darmstadt, Neuwied. Criticism and interpretation. Bibliography: p. 146-170. Sammlung Luchterhand ; 265. Classifications.
Kassandra is perhaps Wolf's most important book, re-interpreting the battle of Troy as a war for economic power and a shift from a matriarchal to a patriarchal society. Was bleibt (What Remains), described her life under Stasi surveillance, was written in 1979, but not published until 1990. Auf dem Weg nach Tabou (1995; translated as Parting from Phantoms) gathered essays, speeches, and letters written during the four years following the reunification of Germany. Leibhaftig (2002) describes a woman struggling with life and death in 1980s East-German hospital, while awaiting medicine from. The quest for Christa Wolf an interview with Hanns-Bruno Kammertöns and Stephan Lebert about private chats with Honecker, a German society in check mate, the influence of Goethe, the shortcomings of Brecht, and the lasting effects of Utopia at signandsight. Christa Wolf at Find a Grave.
In 1980 East German author Christa Wolf took a trip to Greece accompanied by her husband, Gerhard. In 1982 she was awarded a guest lectureship at the University of Frankfurt, where in May she delivered a series of five "Lectures on Poetics" relating to her Greek travels and studies. The fifth "lecture" was ad raft of the novel Cassandra, which she then revised and expanded for publication. The first person stream of consciousness is like a cloud that passes over that period in history, soaking up the facts we know and sprinkling them back down on us in digest form.
Christa Wolf Long Fiction Analysis. Wolf’s life and work are closely intertwined. She maintained her optimism and hope in Socialist society while recognizing its inadequacies. Other East German colleagues were not able to stay on this narrow path without incurring official disfavor.
Select Format: Perfect Paperback. Format:Perfect Paperback. ISBN13:9783406071232. Release Date:January 1978.
Christa Wolf's Was bleibt (What Remains) is a novella set in the late 1970s in East Berlin. A female writer has recently become aware of a disturbing development, where several men are constantly parked outside her house