Queering the Canon: Defying Sights in German Literature and Culture
This collection of twenty-three essays sets its sights on the points of queerness, marginality, and alterity already present within the German canon and introduces further difference and deviation in the form of openly gay German literature in order to promote the always-ongoing shift in cultural representation. Queering the Canon provides new analyses, from queer perspectives, of texts by authors whose names are familiar to canonical lists, including Goethe, Schiller, Thomas and Klaus Mann, Ingeborg Bachmann, Christa Reinig, and Elfriede Jelinek. It also makes welcome room for discussions of literary works that have seldom received scholarly attention.
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HOLGER A PAUSCH
MARTIN SCHERZINGER AND NEVILLE HOAD
EVELYN ANNUK in collaboration with ROBERT SCHMIDT
DAVID G JOHN
RALPH J PoolE
JAMES W JONES
Monika Treuts Virgin Machine and Percy
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