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Literature in Exile of East and Central Europe


Agnieszka Gutthy

Contents: Agnieszka Gutthy: Introduction – Mabel Greta Velis Blinova: Twentieth Century Russian Literature in Exile – Kristin Reed: Language and Memory in Nabokov’s «Revolution» – Carolyn Kraus: Andrei Sinyavsky, Wisdom and Exile – Olga Zaslavsky: Catcher in the Rye: Georgy Efron’s Tashkent Exile – Fernando Presa González: Polish Literature in the Great Emigration of 1830: Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki, and Zygmunt Krasiński – Klara Lutsky: Living on the Margins and Loving It: Gombrowicz and Exile – Karen Bishop: Still Life: The Anti-Nostalgia of Adam Zagajewski – Klara Lutsky: Kundera’s Reception in the West – Susanlynne Beckwith: Vor(text)ual Time: The Agency of Being-in-Time and Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being – Vedrana Velickovic: Open Wounds, the Phenomenology of Exile and the Management of Pain: Dubravka Ugrešić’s The Ministry of Pain – Tatjana Aleksić: Grief Can Only Be Written in One’s Mother Tongue: Exile and Identity in the Work of David Albahari – Timothy Nixon: Klaus Mann: The Teufelskind Doubly Exiled – Mihai Mîndra: Inescapable Colonization: Norman Manea’s Eternal Exile.