LWU 2/3.2016. XLIX Refugees and/in Literature. Sladja Blazan, Nigel Hatton (Eds.) Doppelheft Inland: 19,80 Doppelheft Ausland: 24,80

ISBN: 978-3-8260-6648-1
Autor: LWU, Literatur in Wissenschft und Unterricht.
Year of publication: 2018
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ISBN: 978-3-8260-6648-1
Year of publication: 2018
Pagenumbers: 142
Language: deutsch
Short description: S. Blazan / N. Hatton: Introduction: Refugees and / in Literature – K. Neumann: Abandoned in Limbo: The Predicament of Refugees in Renée Brand’s Niemandsland [Short Days Ago] and Herz Bergner’s Zwishn himl un waser [Between Sky and Sea] – N. Hatton: Post-Homeric Odysseys: Reimagining the Fictional Space Between Human Rights Advocates and the Poor, Dehumanized and Uprooted – S. Udayan: Negotiating Home and Belonging: Experiences of Displacement in Paola Pigani’s Venus d’Ailleurs – A. Ganser: Territorialities of Flight: The Refugee Narrative in Edwidge Danticat and Madeleine Thien – C. Deetjen: Growing up Displaced: Refugee Experiences in Anglophone Young Adult Literature about Flight from Afghanistan – S. Blazan: Literature and the Agency of the Refugee – An Analysis of Narrative Structures Employed in Elfriede Jelinek’s Die Schutzbefohlenen and Viet Thanh Nguyen’s The Refugees – S. Klaas: “We Will Give Him a Family”: Economies of Race and Rescue in the Autobiographies of Young African Refugees – Appenidix: Universal Declaration of Human Rights – Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees – Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees

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