GRENZEN UND GRENZERFAHRUNGEN IN DEN SPRACHEN DER KUNST

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Topographien Der Grenze

Author : Christoph Kleinschmidt
ISBN : 9783826043543
Genre : Boundaries
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Ernst J Nger Bibliographie Fortsetzung Wissenschaftliche Und Essayistische Beitr Ge Zu Seinem Werk 2003 2015

Author : Nicolai Riedel
ISBN : 9783476055903
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Die vorliegende Bibliographie zu Ernst Jünger führt den 2003 erschienenen Vorgängerband weiter und dokumentiert die komplexe Forschungsgeschichte bis zum Jahr 2015 in übersichtlicher Systematik: Monographien, Kongress-Schriften, Beiträge in Zeitschriften und Sammelwerken, versteckte Buchkapitel und Nachträge zum vorausgegangenen Berichtszeitraum. Der Registerteil bietet vielfältige Suchhilfen nach Namen, Begriffen und Werktiteln. Für die Auseinandersetzung mit Leben und Werk Ernst Jüngers, der sich mittlerweile als Klassiker der Moderne etabliert hat, ist die neue Bibliographie ein unentbehrlicher Kompass.
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Sonett K Nste

Author : Erika Greber
ISBN : WISC:89126240423
Genre : European literature
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Borderlands

Author : James Carlos Blake
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From Publishers Weekly Again mining the territory of bleak lives on the fringes of society, L.A. Times Book Prize-winner Blake (In the Rogue Blood and Red Grass River) has crafted seven short stories and a novella about people surviving in the merciless borderlands dividing Mexico and the U.S. Characters from South Florida, the Gulf of Mexico and Texas are fully sculpted in Blake's visionary dystopia, their struggles neither heroic nor dishonorable. The complexity of border culture is graphically drawn, with its omnipresent threats of la migra, unemployment, bigotry and despair. Blake begins the collection with an engaging and informative introductory memoir, a chronology of his childhood in the borderlands and of his mixed Mexican/Texan heritage. The stories that follow are brutal, stark and horrifying; in "Runaway Horses," a just-widowed man is driven mad when he attempts to deliver just punishment to his wife's rapist and murderer. In another narrative, an illegal immigrant falls in love with an ex-prostitute with three children, but succumbs to his fear of commitment. Female characters suffer violently in these stories, often victims of rape, incest or murder. "Texas Woman Blues" is a searing portrait of hopelessness and horror. Dolores (dolar, pain in Spanish) experiences a lifetime of pain before her 17th birthday. Abandoned by her father, who ends up in prison, on her mother's death she is sent to live with relatives and is raped by her uncle. When she finally bolts free, the cycle of victimization expands into a bleak and unforgettable chronicle of dead-end options. Blake writes with a fearless precision and a ruthless sensibility, his prose is spare and tough, and his descriptions detailed and cinematic. This is gritty, raw, bare-knuckled fiction, blazing with an extraordinary kind of violence, and certainly not for the faint of heart. Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal Blake's (In the Rogue Blood, LJ 9/1/97) first collection of short fiction begins with an autobiographical account and then turns to a series of linked fictions about poor, young, hard-working, dignified Mexican or Mexican American men, some of whom have immigrated to the United States looking for a better life. One loses his savings to a gun-toting hitchhiker, another falls for an ex-prostitute. A third becomes a boxer, only to lose a championship fight to his arrogant schoolmate. He then becomes a referee and takes his revenge. In the final story, "Texas Woman Blues," a young woman named Dolores leads a peripatetic life in hardscrabble southern Texas, the territory staked out by novelist Lionel Garc!a. Time and again men use her, until she falls in love with Buddy. Then Buddy is killed, and soon Dolores, saddled with two unloved children, commits suicide. Blake's talent is obvious, especially in the first stories, but "Texas Woman Blues" could have been longer and more developed. Recommended for literary collections and those with a Latino audience.AHarold Augenbraum, Mercantile Lib., New York Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Grenz Berschreitungen In Der Kunst

Author : Tufan Acil
ISBN : 9783839437650
Genre : Philosophy
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Das Wort »Grenzüberschreitung« ist in Kunstzeitschriften und Feuilletons allgegenwärtig. Überschreitet man eine Grenze, so die scheinbar unvermeidliche Konsequenz, verlässt man das umgrenzte Territorium. Jedoch scheint dies in der Ästhetik nicht der Fall zu sein. Viele Kunstpraktiken werden als »grenzüberschreitend« bezeichnet und trotzdem weiter als dem Gebiet »Kunst« zugehörig betrachtet. Wie also lässt die Reichweite der Kunst - im Gegensatz zu Ethik oder Politik - unterschiedliche Grenzüberschreitungen zu? Tufan Acil entwickelt anhand von ästhetischen Theorien von Kant, Adorno und Derrida ein Konzept der Grenze, das die konstitutive Rolle der Überschreitungen der Künste für eine Kunsttheorie plausibel zur Geltung bringt.
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Measuring The World

Author : Daniel Kehlmann
ISBN : 0307496759
Genre : Fiction
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Measuring the World marks the debut of a glorious new talent on the international scene. Young Austrian writer Daniel Kehlmann’s brilliant comic novel revolves around the meeting of two colossal geniuses of the Enlightenment. Late in the eighteenth century, two young Germans set out to measure the world. One of them, the aristocratic naturalist Alexander von Humboldt, negotiates jungles, voyages down the Orinoco River, tastes poisons, climbs the highest mountain known to man, counts head lice, and explores and measures every cave and hill he comes across. The other, the reclusive and barely socialized mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, can prove that space is curved without leaving his home. Terrifyingly famous and wildly eccentric, these two polar opposites finally meet in Berlin in 1828, and are immediately embroiled in the turmoil of the post-Napolean world. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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The Death Ship

Author : Bruno Traven
ISBN : 1934568546
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Stateless with no passport and not a nickel in his pocket; an American sailor is chased by the police across Europe until he finally finds a job shoveling coal on a steamer headed for destruction. Traven, a German anarchist is considered one of the best political fiction authors of the 20th Century. His classic novels have sold sold over 35 million copies.
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