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Möglichkeiten einer literaturwissenschaftlichen Antisemitismusforschung. ,,Tod eines Kritikers" im Werkkontext

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Martin Walser's reflections on German self-identity have made him a controversial author: whereas critics have raised charges of ,,literary anti-Semitism", his defenders consider him – as a writer who since the early 1960s has shown a preoccupation with his country's Nazi past – immune to such criticism. Taking both arguments seriously, Matthias N. Lorenz has reviewed Walser's allegedly untenable positions on the Holocaust in his book ,,Auschwitz drängt uns auf einen Fleck": Judendarstellung und Auschwitzdiskurs bei Martin Walser. In this essay the author concisely presents the main theses and thoughts of Lorenz's widely discussed Ph.D. dissertation.

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2007-03-01
2016-09-28

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