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|Title:||Reality in the Novels of Uwe Johnson|
|Authors:||Tate, Dennis George|
|Advisor:||Lawson, J. B.|
|Keywords:||German;German Language and Literature;German Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>This study assesses the importance of the contribution made by Uwe Johnson in his novels to the development of contemporary realistic writing, by examining political and<br />social problems raised by the post-war ideological division of Europe and the complex question of individuality in modern society. Johnson's three novels are considered on a comparative basis, with regard to narrative structure, settings and characterisation, in order to indicate his principal interests as a novelist and as an observer of society, and to sugeest significallt changes of emphasis within the novels.</p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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