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The Ends of Satire: Legacies of Satire in Postwar German Writing (Paradigms) Hardcover – 19 Jan 2015
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"Admirably structured, genorously researched, and written in sophisticated prose, The Ends of Satire is highly recommended reading for those interested in analyses of selected works by prominent authors like Elfriede Jelinek, Thomas Bernhard, and Thomas Meinecke. lt is further recommended to those invested in thought-provoking explomtions of intertextuality, authorship, and the meaning of writing and reading. For those specifically interested in what happened to "satire after satire" (207), it is quite simply a must."
Lars Richter in: Seminar LIII, 416-418
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Daniel Bowles, Boston College, Massachusetts, USA.
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