This volume provides an excellent introduction to the modern and contemporary novel in German-speaking countries and the work of novelists such as Günter Grass, Heinrich Böll, Martin Walser and Christa Wolf.
The novel in the GDR, D. Tate; the German-Swiss novel since 1945, M. Pender; new directions in the Austrian novel, S. Ryan; Alfred Andersch, R. Williams; Ingeborg Bachmann, J. Wigmore; Thomas Bernhard and the "modern novel", G. Fetz; Heinrich Boll - from modernism to post-modernism and beyond, J.H. Reid; Max Frisch, A.D. White; Gunter Grass, N.S. Thomas; Peter Handke, M. Linstead; approaches to reality through narrative perspectives in Johnson's prose, W. van der Will; Wolfgang Koeppen, G. Burgess; Siegfried Lenz, R. Williams; text of neurosis - neurosis of the text, towards the later prose of Arno Schmidt, A. Phelan; Botho Strauss, M. McGowan; Martin Walser, A. Waine; Christa Wolf, A. Stephens and J. Wilson; recent developments in the German novel, D. Roberts.
Series: Oswald Wolff Books
Number Of Pages: 314
Published: 28th May 1987
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24
Weight (kg): 0.43