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Die Erinnerungsfigur des Exodus als literarisches Mittel einer zeitgeschichtlichen jüdischen Geschichtsschreibung

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The Jewish authors Robert Neumann (1897-1975) and Soma Morgenstern (1890-1976), both forced to leave Austria during the Nazi period, have dealt with the subject of Exodus in their writing. Their novels ,,By the Waters of Babylon" (published 1939 in London, 1954 in Munich/Vienna) and ,,The Third Pillar" (published 1955 in the United States, 1964 in Munich/Vienna) attempt to come to terms with the experience of exile and the Shoah. The reception of texts from the Bible and the composition of language are specific characteristics of both novels.


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