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by W. Bryan Kirby

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  • Author: W. Bryan Kirby
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  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (March 15, 2000)
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A Metahistorical Avenue into Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer’s Literary World of. .Kerschbaumer’s œuvre is integral to studies in contemporary Austrian literature and German literature by women writers.

A Metahistorical Avenue into Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer’s Literary World of Women. Series: Austrian Culture. This is the first comprehensive study of the Austrian author, Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer (b. It is at once a broad introduction as well as a metahistorical analysis of her major prose works. Using some of the ideas in Hayden White’s Metahistory as a springboard, individual chapters discuss Kerschbaumer’s inclusion of history in each of her fictional works.

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Donald Ostrowski, A Metahistorical Analysis: Hayden White and Four Narratives of Russian History, Clio 19 (1990): 215-36; W. Bryan Kirby,dein und mein Gedchtnis ein Weltall: A Metahistorical Avenue Into Marie-Thrse Kerschbaumers Literary World of Women (Nova Iorque: Peter Lang, 2000). 17 Christopher Dawson, The Problem of Metahistory, in Dawson, The Dynamics of World.

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Dein und Mein Gedachtnis ein Weltall : A Metahistorical Avenue into Marie-Therese Kerschbaumer's Literary World of Women. Using some of the ideas in Hayden White s Metahistory as a springboard, individual chapters discuss Kerschbaumer s inclusion of history in each of her fictional works.

This dissertation investigates Marie-Theresa Kerschbaumer's literary interest in women in historical (principally . Der weibliche Name des Widerstands (1980) illustrates Kerschbaumer's Metonymical representation of women who resisted National Socialism.

This dissertation investigates Marie-Theresa Kerschbaumer's literary interest in women in historical (principally Austrian) context. It is at once artistic and political. I analyze Kerschbaumer's Contextualist argument of history in Die Fremde (1992) and Ausfahrt (1994), where the various individual, unique experiences amalgamate to form the central character's history. Versuchung (1990) darkens the earlier Tragic Romance emplotment found in Schwestern to a Satire.

Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer (born 1936), novelist, poet. "Alma S. Wittlin (1899-1992) Preliminary remarks on the life and scholarship of an Austrian émigré" (PDF). Egon Erwin Kisch, writer, born in Prague, Austria-Hungary (wrote in German). Werner Kofler (1947-2011), novelist. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-11-14.

Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer. Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer (born 31 August 1936) is an Austrian novelist and poet, one of the leading women prose writers in German. Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer photographed in 1988. Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer (born 31 August 1936) is an Austrian novelist and poet, one of the leading women prose writers in German

This is the first comprehensive study of the Austrian author, Marie-Thérèse Kerschbaumer (b. 1936). It is at once a broad introduction as well as a metahistorical analysis of her major prose works. Using some of the ideas in Hayden White’s Metahistory as a springboard, individual chapters discuss Kerschbaumer’s inclusion of history in each of her fictional works. Kerschbaumer’s œuvre is integral to studies in contemporary Austrian literature and German literature by women writers.

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