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ISBN:
1403969132
Author:
Leslie A. Adelson
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History & Criticism
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English
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Palgrave Macmillan; First edition (September 6, 2005)
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274 pages
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Discovering Turkish Inflections in German History.

This book illuminates far-reaching imaginative effects that literatures of migration can engender. LESLIE A. ADELSON is Professor and Chair of German Studies at Cornell University, USA. In critical conversation with Arjun Appadurai, Seyla Benhabib, Homi Bhabha, Rey Chow, Andreas Huyssen, Dominick LaCapra, Doris Sommer, and many others, Adelson probes history and aesthetics as surprisingly twinned indices of national and global transformation at the millennial turn. Ler mais.

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Adelson, Leslie A. The . The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature: Toward a New Critical. Adelson, Leslie A. The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature: Toward a New Critical Grammar of Migration. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

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The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature: A New Critical Grammar of Migration. Albany: State University of New York. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

95 Adelson, The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature: Toward a New Critical Grammar of Migration, 96. 96 Als selbstbewußtes Individuum aber existiert der Kanake auch nur auf dem Paßfoto. In Germany, one option for Turkish men is to assimilate, which Zaimo ğ lu describes as wander into the closed department, a sick exotic specimen: impotence of voluntary self-mutilation, depression and schizophrenia.

This article argues that recent Turkish-German writing and film reflect a new self-understanding and present a new perspective on things Turkish within mainstream German society. A ive analysis of Akif Pirinçci's Trnen sind immer das Ende (1980), the first Turkish-German novel by a second-generation writer, and Yadé Kara's Selam Berlin (2003) demonstrates how the Turkish-German self-representation has changed over the last two decades.

This study turns a refreshingly curious eye to complex cultural relations and literary novelties wrought by Turkish migration to Germany. At interpretive and historic crossroads involving dialogue and storytelling, genocide and taboo, and capital and labor in the 1990s, The Turkish Turn illuminates far-reaching imaginative effects that literatures of migration can engender. In critical conversation with Arjun Appadurai, Seyla Benhabib, Homi Bhabha, Rey Chow, Andreas Huyssen, Dominick LaCapra, Doris Sommer, and many others, Adelson probes history and aesthetics as surprisingly twinned indices of national and global transformation at the millennial turn.