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Title The right to difference : interculturality and human rights in contemporary German literature / Nicole Coleman.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-246) and index.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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Contents Introduction -- 1. Difference: The Link between Interculturality and Human Rights -- 2. Other Neighbors: Genocide as a Crime of Cultural Exclusion in Bernhard Schlink's 'The Reader' and Nicol Ljubić's 'The Stillness of the Sea' -- 3. Imprisoning Others: Captivity and Alienation in Herta Müller's 'The Hunger Angel' and Abbas Khider's 'Die Orangen des Präsidenten' -- 4. Exclusive Communities: Expulsion in Sabrina Janesch's 'Katzenberge' and Günter Grass's 'The Call of the Toad' -- 5. Becoming Neighbors: Refugees in Germany in Jenny Erpenbeck's 'Go, Went, Gone' and Shida Bazyar's 'Nachts ist es leise in Teheran' -- Conclusion: Literatures of Uncertainty for an Uncertain World -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
Subject German literature -- 21st century -- History and criticism.
Multiculturalism in literature.
Human rights in literature.
Added Author ProQuest (Firm)
Added Title Faculty Publication.
Related To Print version: 047213275X 9780472132751
ISBN 0472129414 electronic book
9780472129416 (electronic bk.)
9780472132751 hardcover book
UPC # 10.3998/mpub.11572150 doi
OCLC # EBC6717007
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