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Title A different Germany : pop and the negotiation of German culture / edited by Claude Desmarais
Published Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (222 pages)
Contents Difference : reading progress and the contested spaces of "German" popular culture / Claude Desmarais -- Fatih Akın's take on German-Turkish film : Altona is in Hamburg and East meets West in Istanbul / Anette Guse -- The artist in a foreign land : the liminal spaces of minority literature / Gerd Bayer -- Kismet : P.I. Kayankaya fights ethnocentricity and the Yugosalvian civil war in EthniCity Frankfurt / Claude Desmarais -- Berlin as a "new" metropolis? Tom Tykwer's Lola Rennt / Ute Lischke -- At the crossroads of nature and culture : German garden culture / Enno Lohmeyer -- Beyond media critique : performance and pop-cultural pleasures in Elfriede Jelinek and Frank Castorf's Raststätte oder sie machens alle / Morgan Marcell Koerner -- Slaying Bluebeard : Buffy takes a feather from "Fitcher's bird" / Alicia Carter -- Meggie Folchart's absent mother and omnipotent father : gender roles in Cornelia Funke's Inkheart / Britta Kallin -- Literary classic or pop fiction? Reading Julchen Grünthal for pleasure and for pain / Margaretmary Daley -- Troubles with Gender trouble in Thomas Meinecke's Tomboy / Florence Feiereisen
Summary A Different Germany looks at German film, popular literature, theatre, garden culture, and other manifestations of popular culture as examples of how Germans and people of German-Turkish descent, women and culture writ large are thriving in a Germany that is, for all of the struggles this entails, already a country of great diversity. Germany, the authors argue in their own particular contexts, is much more than the few tropes that circulate through the Cold War lens in much of the English-speaking world
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes index
Notes Print version record
Subject Motion pictures -- Germany.
National characteristics, German.
Popular culture -- Germany.
Turks -- Germany.
Germany -- Ethnic relations.
Form Electronic book
Author Desmarais, Claude, 1930- editor
ISBN 1443872938 (electronic bk.)
9781443872935 (electronic bk.)