Literature in Exile of East and Central Europe is a collection of articles discussing authors whose homelands range from the former Soviet Union to the former Yugoslavia. For the purposes of this book, East and Central Europe comprise Russia, Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Romania, and former Yugoslavia. These writers were exiled as a result of unbearable political climates-be it nations of the Communist block, including former Yugoslavia torn by its civil wars, or in the case of Poland, its partitioning by neighboring powers in the nineteenth century. No other book has collected such a variety of discussions from this geopolitical region, featuring authors who chose exile over the extinguishment of their individuality. Organized by theme and geography, this book will be of interest to a wide group of readers: from the topic of exile to research in Slavic (Czech, Polish, Russian, and post-Yugoslav), Romanian, German, and comparative literature. Literature in Exile of East and Central Europe is a valuable supplement to courses in Eastern and Central European history, as well as a primary text for courses in East and Central European literature.6 (1999): 1-6. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~khampton/papers/onandoff.pdf ( Accessed on March 15, 2009). Wellman, Barry, and Caroline ... Adapted from The WELL Host Manual by John Hoag. http://wwww.weIl.com/confteam/host- ing.html anbsp;...
|Author||:||Felicia Wu Song|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2009|