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Wolf Biermann

Author : Wolf Biermann
ISBN : UOM:39015004722180
Genre : Poetry, German
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Three Contemporary German Poets

Author : Wolf Biermann
ISBN : UOM:39015011308239
Genre : German poetry
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Deutschlands Stliche Nachbarschaften

Author : Edmund Dmitrów
ISBN : 3631578601
Genre : History
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Die Wendung Deutschlands östliche Nachbarschaften trägt der Tatsache Rechnung, dass die Geschichte der deutsch-österreichischen, deutsch-polnischen oder deutsch-tschechischen Beziehungen keineswegs auf ihre staatsrechtlichen, politischen, nationalen oder ethnischen Merkmale reduziert werden sollte und sich nicht mit Hilfe gängiger historischer Zäsuren erfassen und zusammenfassend beschreiben läßt. Die Beiträge dieses Sammelbandes veranschaulichen nicht nur die historische Vielfalt jener Beziehungen, in denen Deutsche seit Jahrhunderten im östlichen Teil Europas mit Menschen anderer nationaler Zugehörigkeit gelebt haben und bis heute leben. Dieses Buch dokumentiert auch die mentale Welt einer solchen Nachbarschaft jener Wissenschaftler und Intellektuellen vor allem aus Deutschland, Polen und Tschechien, mit denen Hans Henning Hahn seit den 1970er Jahren zusammenarbeitet. Sie verbindet die Zugehörigkeit zu einer spezifischen kulturhistorischen Tradition: der Tradition all jener Menschen, die es vermögen, sich über kulturelle Unterschiede und politische Konfliktlagen hinweg miteinander zu verständigen.

Ddr Ansichten

Author : Thomas Hoepker
ISBN : 3775728139
Genre : Photography
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In DDR Views, Thomas Hoepker (born 1936) documents life in East Germany from 1959 to the fall of the Berlin Wall: photos of children playing along the wall, party rallies, propaganda posters, ramshackle old façades from the Imperial Era and new apartment blocks, images of Sunday outings and empty supermarket display cases, all tell the tale of a nation that is no more.

Protest Song In East And West Germany Since The 1960s

Author : David Robb
ISBN : 1571132813
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The modern German political song is a hybrid of high and low culture. With its roots in the birth of mass culture in the 1920s, it employs communicative strategies of popular song. Yet its tendencies toward philosophical, poetic, and musical sophistication belie intellectual aspirations. This volume looks at the influence of revolutionary artistic traditions in the lyrics and music of the Liedermacher of east and west Germany: the rediscovery of the revolutionary songs of 1848 by the 1960s West German folk revival, the use of the profane "carnivalesque" street-ballad tradition by Wolf Biermann and the GDR duo Wenzel & Mensching, the influence of 1920s artistic experimentation on Liedermacher such as Konstantin Wecker, and the legacy of Hanns Eisler's revolutionary song theory. The book also provides an insider perspective on the countercultural scenes of the two Germanys, examining the conditions in which political songs were written and performed. In view of the decline of the political song form since the fall of communism, the book ends with a look at German avant-garde techno's attempt to create a music that challenges conventional cultural perceptions and attitudes. CONTRIBUTORS: DAVID ROBB, ECKARD HOLLER, ANNETTE BLöHDORN, PETER THOMPSON David Robb is Senior Lecturer in German Studies at the Queen's University of Belfast.

Verzaubertes H Ren

Author : Beatrice Kunz Pfeiffer
ISBN : 9783110221954
Genre : Music
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A church service is concerned with the renewal of life. Thus art, e.g. music, plays a central role: it gives scope to deal with different perspectives on life and reaches beyond every-day experience to transcendental experience. In its own way, music achieves the objective at which the gospel of the crucifixion and resurrection aims: the worshiping community is "enchanted" into becoming alive and human. The model of incantation demonstrates how music and words can combine in liturgy to achieve this goal.

Encyclopedia Of German Literature

Author : Matthias Konzett
ISBN : 9781135941222
Genre : Literary Criticism
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First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Cultural Politics Of The German Democratic Republic

Author : Ann Stamp Miller
ISBN : 1581124147
Genre : History
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This book deals with the intricate connection between the political structure of the East German government and cultural politics. Specifically, it focuses on the relationship between the government agencies and three authors. It explores the difficulties the writers encountered in the 1960s with the government of East Germany and how their works did or did not conform to the cultural policy established by the GDR regime in 1951. The government believed that it was imperative for authors and artists to adhere to the literary policy of social realism prescribed by the East German Ministry of Culture. An author's works were expected to conform to the political ideology of Marxism. The Ministry of Culture expected writers to depict the society through the glorification of Marxism. The East German cultural functionaries evaluated a piece of literature more for the author's devotion to the political doctrine than the aesthetic quality of the work. If works did not conform, the government agencies such as the Ministry of Culture could apply pressure to the authors in many forms: censorship, silencing, fines, prosecution, surveillance and, for extreme cases, expatriation. This study assesses three prominent writers of the former East Germany: Wolf Biermann, a lyricist; Christa Wolf, a novelist; and Heiner Müller, a dramatist. The analysis is based on the political content of the authors' works and how the West German and East German critics evaluated them. Government documents from German State Archives revealed the sensitive nature of the political and writer conferences of the GDR. The study analyzes how the writers' interpretation of socialism increasingly deviated from that of the East German regime. Over time, the writers chose to express themselves in a different manner and thus, encountered problems and conflicts with the Ministry of Culture.

A New History Of German Literature

Author : David E. Wellbery
ISBN : 0674015037
Genre : History
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In a collection of essays on key events, works, themes, and other aspects of German literary history, the entries focus on particular literary works, events in the life of the authors, historical moments, pieces of music, technological innovations, and theatrical and cinematic premiers.

Preussischer Ikarus

Author : Wolf Biermann
ISBN : 3462012843
Genre : Protest songs
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