7 edition of The Image and Influence of America in German Poetry since 1945 (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) found in the catalog.
March 15, 2002
by Camden House
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||312|
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This book focuses on the image of the US in German poetry and the reception of American poetry in Germany since Gregory Divers examines poems by major figures in 20th-century German literature - Benn, Brecht, Bachmann, Jandl, and Grass, among others. This book focuses on the image of the US in German poetry and the reception of American poetry in Germany since Gregory Divers examines poems by major figures in 20th-century German literature - Benn, Brecht, Bachmann, Jandl, and Grass, among others - and by other poets who shaped America's postwar image in : Gregory Divers.
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