Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945|
Spring 2012 not offered
This course will examine both major and minor figures of Austrian literature since 1945. Special attention will be given to these writers' tendency to disassociate themselves from a specifically German tradition and to pursue characteristic themes and concerns. These include the myth of Austria as the first victim of Hitler, the musicality of Austrian prose, and the fetishization of literary language. Representative authors will include prose writers such as Ingeborg Bachmann,Thomas Bernhard, and Peter Handke, as well as experimental poets such as Ernst Jandl and Norbert Kaser.
Intercultural Literacy, Interpretation
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|Course Format: Lecture / Discussion||Grading Mode: Graded|
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (COL)(GRST-MN)(GRST)
Ingeborg Bachmann, DAS DREISSIGSTE JAHR, SIMULTAN
Thomas Bernhard, DER STIMMENIMITATOR, ALTE MEISTER
Elfriede Jelinek, DIE KLAVIERSPIELERIN
Ernst Jandl, LAUT UND LUISE
Norbert Kaser, GEDICHTE, PROSA, BRIEFE
Peter Handke, WUNSCHLOSES UNGLUECK, KASPAR
|Examination and Assignments: |
Four short papers (3pp.), one classroom presentation.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
This course applies to the Literature concentration for the German Studies major.
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