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        Fractured Frontiers

        June 2020
        10 black and white illustrations
        304 pages
        9x6 in
        Camden House
        BIC DSK, 1DFG, 2AB, 3JJ
        BISAC LIT004170, LIT004280, HIS014000

        房一枪政变

        房一枪政变

        房一枪政变

        Hardback
        9781640140516
        ?80.00
        A comparative study of "inner" and "territorial" forms of literary exile under Nazism and Francoism, proposing an integrative model of exile that emphasizes common approaches and themes rather than division.

        Writers opposed to National Socialism or Francoism have been considered either territorial exiles, who left their country, or "inner exiles," who did not. Those who stayed were initially accorded greater status, while those who left were denigrated. With time, however, there was a growing recognition of the hardship and achievements of territorial exiles and increasing criticism of inner exiles. Later critical debates have perpetuated this fissure and failed to explore the similar origins and assumptions of the two forms of exile.
        This book adopts a unique cross-cultural approach, illuminating the shared roots of opposition across the two cultures and exilic settings. It challenges the traditional divide, demonstrating striking similarities in terminology, exilic identities, and literary concerns, between not only "inner" and "outer" but also the German and Spanish contexts. The study offers new perspectives on the literary historiography of twentieth-century Germany and Spain, showing how, in the impact and consequences of dictatorship, the histories of the two countries intersect. It is thus of interest to literary historians and students of German and Spanish literature, and it also, because it provides English translations of all quotations, serves as an introduction for English-speaking readers to this poorly understood phenomenon and its implications for other exilic settings.

        Mónica Jato is Reader and John Klapper is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Modern Languages, University of Birmingham, UK.



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        房一枪政变Keywords: 房一枪政变 German LiteratureHiiic StudiesModern History

        房一枪政变

        Introduction
        Part I. Overarching Issues
        Cultural Contexts
        Exile: The Temptation of the Trope
        Part II. The Uses of History
        German Historical Narratives in Inner and Territorial Exile
        Historical Uses of Myth in 1940s Spanish Poetry
        Part III. A Complicated Return
        Blurring of the Lines: The Complexities of Return to Germany
        Destiempo: The Challenges of a Long Return in the Spanish Context
        Conclusion

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