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Ferrán, Ofelia

A Critical Companion to Jorge Semprún

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Ofelia Ferrán, Gina Herrmann

Part I. Historical Contexts and Callings

2. Jorge Semprún and the Writing of Identity: Family Origins and Fictional Construction
Françoise Nicoladzé, Antoine Bargel

3. Jorge Semprún and His Heteronym Federico Sánchez
Francisco Javier Pradera, Lisa Carter

4. The Clandestine Militant Who Would Be Minister: Semprún and Cinema

Esteve Riambau, Lisa Carter

Part II. On Death and Holocaust Witnessing

5. “Don’t leave me, pal”: Witnessing Death in Semprun’s Buchenwald Narratives
Dorota Glowacka

6. Semprun, Philosophy, and the Texture of Literature
Carol L. Bernstein

7. In the Name of Things That Have Happened: Jorge Semprun and the Writing of History
Emmanuel Bouju, Antoine Bargel

Part III. Gender, Genre, and Art

8. Jorge Semprún and the Myth of Woman
Ursula Tidd

9. A Mirror of History: The Self and Its Reflections in Jorge Semprún’s Oeuvre. Veinte años y un día: Duality and Vertigo
María Semilla A. Durán, Lisa Carter

10. The Significance of Art in Semprun’s Writing
Tijana Miletic

Part IV. The Public Intellectual

11. Dissidence, Citizenry, and Witnessing: Three Screenplays by Jorge Semprún
Txetxu Aguado

12. Semprún’s Germany—Germany’s Semprún
Ulrich Winter

13. Jorge Semprún’s Speeches: Self-Fashioning and the Idea of Europe
Jaime Céspedes

Part V. Marxist Aesthetics

14. Semprun and Lukács: For a Marxist Reading of Le grand voyage
Antoine Bargel

15. Jorge Semprún, Brecht, and Theater
Jaime Céspedes

16. Laudatio on the Presentation of the Goethe Medal of the Goethe Society to Jorge Semprún, Weimar, February 2003
Ruth Klüger

Keywords: Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Postcolonial/World Literature, Latin American Culture, European History, European Literature, World History, Global and Transnational History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in European Culture and History
Page amount
334 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137439710
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-45859-2

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