German Life Writing in the Twentieth Century (96) (Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture)

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"Life writing," a genre classification increasingly accepted among scholars of literature and other disciplines, encompasses not just autobiography and biography, but also memoirs, diaries, letters, and interviews. Whether produced as events unfolded or lContributors: Rebecca Braun, Magnus Brechtken, Holger Brohm, Birgit Dahlke, Pauline Eyre, Mary Fulbrook, Ute Hirsekorn, Sara Jones, J. J. Long, Anne Peiter, Joanne Sayner, Dennis Tate, Roger Woods.Birgit Dahlke is Professor of German Literature at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany; Dennis Tate is Emeritus Professor of German Studies at the University of Bath, UK; Roger Woods is Professor of German and a Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Un

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The contributors take a nuanced approach . . . and the results are substantive and worthwhile, especially for anyone interested in the historiography in the wake of the two most significant turning points in 20th-century German history, the capitulation (1945) and the fall of the Berlin Wall (1989). CHOICE Woods's highly informed introduction sketches the history of autobiographical theory and points towards an approach to these texts that allows life writing to be used in wider efforts to understand the habitus of individuals and groups within a given autobiographical period. THIS YEAR'S WORK IN MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES Unlike in the case of many edited volumes . . ., there is a sense that all these essays, while standing along as interpretations of a particular example of life writing, also form a coherent whole. Together they offer a valuable overview of the wealth of life writing in German culture in the twentieth century, and of the particular opportunities and challenges that its interpretation poses to historians and literary scholars alike. JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN STUDIES

(A) very interesting volume of essays . . . . (S)ucceeds in being more than the sum of its parts and offers a range of useful models for analyzing life-writing. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW The contributors take a nuanced approach . . . and the results are substantive and worthwhile, especially for anyone interested in the historiography in the wake of the two most significant turning points in 20th-century German history, the capitulation (1945) and the fall of the Berlin Wall (1989). CHOICE Woods's highly informed introduction sketches the history of autobiographical theory and points towards an approach to these texts that allows life writing to be used in wider efforts to understand the habitus of individuals and groups within a given autobiographical period. THIS YEAR'S WORK IN MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES Unlike in the case of many edited volumes . . ., there is a sense that all these essays, while standing along as interpretations of a particular example of life writing, also form a coherent whole. Together they offer a valuable overview of the wealth of life writing in German culture in the twentieth century, and of the particular opportunities and challenges that its interpretation poses to historians and literary scholars alike. JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN STUDIES

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