Literary Skinheads?: Writing from the Right in Reunified Germany (Hardback)
This book is a very nuanced, meticulously researched and vividly written study of a series of important debates in German literary circles since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rapid political transformations that have accompanied German unification. Rosellini not only offers trenchant interpretations of major controversies of the last decade in Germany, but he also provides the necessary background information needed to make sense of these important public debates.
An Open Access PDF version of this book has also been made available at the request of the author.
About the Author(s):
Jay Julian Rosellini is a professor of German at Purdue University and has also taught at Haverford College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Washington University, and the University of Hamburg. He is the author of books on Wolf Biermann, Volker Braun, and Thomas Munzer and numerous articles and book chapters on contemporary German literature and culture.