2013/2014: Band 33 (German Edition) by Norbert Christian Wolf

By Norbert Christian Wolf

Band 33 des Musil-Forums hat den Themenschwerpunkt „Robert Musil und das literarische Leben seiner Zeit“. Er präsentiert Aufsätze, die Musil programmatisch im zeitgenössischen kultur- und sozialhistorischen Kontext situieren und dabei buchgestalterische, verlags-, kommunikations- und zeitschriftengeschichtliche, autorschafts- und gendertheoretische, rezeptions- und gattungsästhetische sowie literatursoziologische Perspektiven einnehmen.

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