Emerging German-Language Novelists of the Twenty-First by Lyn Marven

By Lyn Marven

After the overseas good fortune within the Nineties of authors comparable to Bernhard Schlink, Marcel Beyer, and Thomas Brussig, a magnificent variety of new German-language novelists are creating a major effect. a few, like Karen Duve, Daniel Kehlmann, and Sasa Stanisic, have completed foreign reputation; a few, like Julia Franck, have gained significant prizes; others, like Clemens Meyer, Alina Bronsky, and Ilja Trojanow, are actually 'emerging authors' who've started to draw recognition. among them they symbolize a number of literatures in German, from women's writing to minority writing (from Turkish immigrants and jap Europe), to 'pop literature' and views at the former GDR and on Germany's Nazi prior. This quantity devotes an essay to every of fifteen such writers, studying intimately an immense paintings of every. Translated excerpts from works via Vladimir Vertlib and Clemens Meyer around out the publication, for you to be of curiosity not just to teachers and scholars of English and Comparative Literature within the united kingdom, the united states, and past, but additionally to the final reader, for whom titles of texts and quotations are translated. members: Lyn Marven, Stuart Taberner, Anke S. Biendarra, Stephen Brockmann, Rebecca Braun, Frauke Matthes, Brigid Haines, Julian Preece, Emily Jeremiah, Valerie Heffernan, Barbara Mennel, Heike Bartel, Kate Roy, Andrew Plowman, Sonja E. Klocke, Vladimir Vertlib, Clemens Meyer.

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