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Uniform Title Europa schreibt. English
Title Writing Europe : what is European about the literatures of Europe? : essays from 33 European countries / edited by Ursula Keller and Ilma Rakuša
Published Budapest, Hungary ; New York : Central European University Press, 2004
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Contents Writing Europe / by Ursula Keller -- Impressions and conversations during the intervals / by Ilma Rakuša -- Europe untitled / by Guðbergur Bergsson -- The literary hero as hero / by Andrei Bitov -- Language and terror / by Hans Maarten van den Brink -- Europe has the shape of my brain / by Mircea Cărtărescu -- The nursery school teacher from Tversk Street / by Stefan Chwin -- Concentric circles of identity by Aleš Debaljak -- Europe from the fringe / by Jörn Donner -- Europe? / by Mario Fortunato -- The Western Bloc / Eugenio Fuentes -- Notes of an escapist / by Jens Christian Grøndahl -- Europa's lovers / by Durs Grünbein -- Woven into the web / by Maniela Hodrová -- Europe in my prose and my theatrical work / by Panos Ioannides -- Europe -- One way of reading it / Mirela Ivanova -- A sort of huge Portugal / by Lídia Jorge -- Europe writes in time / by Dževad Karahasan -- Between the local and the universal / by Fatos Lubonja -- Europe or "Eleuthera, city of the Mnemosyne" / by Adolf Muschg -- In the intimacy of literary writing / by Péter Nádas -- Guest faces / by Emine Sevgi Özdamar -- On the European ingredient in the text / by Geir Pollen -- In memory of Ernst Wiechert / by Jean Rouaud -- "We're all right." Europe's influence on my writing / by Robert Schindel -- Oh, children smeared with honey and with blood / by Ivan Štpka -- The light falls on me / by Richard Swartz -- Looking for a widened self-awareness / by Nikos Themelis -- Europe, a blot of ink / by Emil Tode -- The future of Europe / by Colm Toíbín -- You are leaving the American Sector / by Jean-Philippe Toussaint -- European literature as a Eurovision song contest / by Dubravka Ugrešić -- B-Europe / by Dragan Velikić -- What can Lithuania give to present-day Europe / by Tomas Venclova -- Unfinished thoughts / by Māra Zālīte
Summary What do we mean by Europe? Thirty-three authors from 33 European countries attempt an answer -- in serious, ironic, skeptical, or optimistic tones. Their essays, written for the symposium held at the Literaturhaus Hamburg in 2003, reflect the astonishing diversity of European cultures
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject European literature -- History and criticism.
Letterkunde.
European literature.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- General.
TRAVEL -- Special Interest -- Literary.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Keller, Ursula, 1940-
Rakuša, Ilma.
ISBN 1281377104
1429460660
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6155053987
6611377107
9781281377104
9781429460668
9782821815216
9786155053986
9786611377106