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Kerstin Hensel is one of the most productive and successful young writers in Germany today. From the late 1970s onwards she has published in a wide variety of genres, although she remains best known for her novels, short stories and poetry. Her most important work to date is the story Tanz am Kanal (1994), which has received much acclaim and has been widely discussed. Hensel has won a wide range of literary prizes and scholarships.
In accordance with the aims of this series, this book is intended both as an introduction for the general reader and as a resource for the specialist. Through a series of academic articles the volume analyses all aspects of Hensel’s writing, including poetry, plays and prose. It brings together the most up-to-date research on her work, from Britain, the United States, and Germany. The volume also includes a previously unpublished story by Hensel, and an interview with the author held during her period as writer-in-residence at University of Wales Swansea in September 2000. It concludes with a comprehensive bibliography.
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Beth Linklater is Lecturer in German at the University of Wales Swansea. She is the author of 'Und immer zügelloser wird die Lust:' Constructions of Sexuality in East German Literatures (1998), and co-editor (with Mererid Puw Davies and Gisela Shaw) of Autobiography by Women in German (2000). Birgit Dahlke is Assistant Professor at the Humboldt University Berlin. Her study Papierboot. Autorinnen aus der DDR - inoffiziell publiziert appeared in 1997. She is co-editor of LiteraturGesellschaft DDR. Kanonkämpfe und ihre Geschichte(n) (2000) and of Zersammelt. Die inoffizielle Literaturszene der DDR nach 1990 (2001).Review:
“This impeccably edited volume reflects enormous credit on contributors, editors and publisher.” –www.gwales.com
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Book Description University of Wales Press, United Kingdom, 2002. Hardback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Kerstin Hensel is one of the most productive and successful young writers in Germany today. She was born in 1961 in Chemnitz and published both poetry and prose from the late 1970s, both officially and unofficially . She began to dedicate herself to writing in 1987, and now works in a wide variety of genres. She is best known, though, for her novels, short stories and poetry. She has won a wide range of literary prizes and scholarships. Her most important work to date is the story Tanz am Kanal (1994), which has received much acclaim and has been widely discussed. Hensel is a GDR writer who has survived particuarly well in the new Germany , continuing to publish and indeed to flourish since 1989. This volume begins with a previously unpublished story by Hensel and an interview with the author held during her period as a writer-in-residence at the Centre for Contemporary German Literature at University of Wales Swansea. Subsequent essays analyze all aspects of her writing, including poetry, plays and prose and the volume concludes with a full bibliography. Seller Inventory # BTE9780708317785
Book Description University of Wales Press, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0708317782
Book Description University of Wales Press, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. Bilingual. Seller Inventory # DADAX0708317782