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Includes indexes Associated-names. Hawrylchak, Sandra H; Spalek, John M; Strelka, Joseph, 1927-.
Hawrylchak, Sandra H; Spalek, John M; Strelka, Joseph, 1927-.
German literature - 20th century - History and criticism, German .
German literature - 20th century - History and criticism, German literature - Foreign countries - History and criticism. 2 v. Associated-names.
Deutschsprachige Exilliteratur seit 1933 provides an overview of German-speaking exile literature in the USA. Exiled authors are those German-speaking authors who emigrated during the Thirties due to political or ethnic reasons, resulting directly or indirectly from Hitler's. Exiled authors are those German-speaking authors who emigrated during the Thirties due to political or ethnic reasons, resulting directly or indirectly from Hitler's taking power. Exile literature refers not to the works of former emigrants after their return, but to the literature written by emigrants during their exile.
John M Spalek, Konrad Feilchenfeldt, Sandra H Hawrylchak. Deutschsprachige Exilliteratur seit 1933 vermittelt ein genaues Bild der deutschsprachigen Exilliteratur in den Vereinigten Staaten. Schriftstellerinnen und Schriftsteller, die aus politischen oder ethnischen Gründen nach der Machtübernahme Hitlers ihre Heimat verlassen mussten, werden hier mit ihren im Exil verfassten Werken vorgestellt. Außer der Belletristik werden auch Film, Theater und literaturnahe Essayistik erschlossen. Mit Erscheinen von Teilband 3/5 ist das Werk jetzt abgeschlossen!
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by John M. Spalek, Sandra H. Hawrylchak
by John M. Hawrylchak. ISBN 9783907820933 (978-3-907823-3) Hardcover, K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Co, 1978.
The National Socialist regime drove many Germans and Austrians into exile. Almost half a million Jews, communists, social democrats, and other opponents of Nazism emigrated from their homeland since 1933 leaving their material belongings, their work, their country behind. For most the experience of exile was a traumatic and painful one since many of the refugees were in their fifties, sixties or even older, . they were at an age not suited to a sudden uprooting and the lifestyle of a displaced person.
This wave of German Exilliteratur or exiles' literature began in 1933 and lasted until the end of World War II in 1945.
The collection: A representative collection of German Exilliteratur (exiles’ literature) from the period 1933-1945; novels and scholarly works. Cover design drawing by Charles Eyck for Joseph Roth, Die Geschichte von der 1002. Bilthoven: De Gemeenschap, 1939, KW EXIL 395. Download original image. This wave of German Exilliteratur or exiles' literature began in 1933 and lasted until the end of World War II in 1945. Exilliteratur was mainly written by Jews or communists.