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Unity and difference in European cultures /
edited by Neil Thomas and Françoise Le Saux.
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[Durham, United Kingdom] : University of Durham, 1998.
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viii, 266 p. ; 21 cm.
ISBN
0907310397 (pbk.)
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[Durham, United Kingdom] : University of Durham, 1998.
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0907310397 (pbk.)
general note
"A selection of the papers presented at the third biennial meeting of the Durham European Literature Colloquium ... Durham, 23-25 September 1996"--Pref.
Selection of papers presented at the 3rd biennial meeting of the Durham European Literature Colloquium, held in Durham, 23-25 Sep 1996.
catalogue key
2584918
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Introduction: Some old and new perspectives on European unityp. 1
Socio-Political Background
Ideas of European Unityp. 12
The Region within Europep. 34
Perceptions of difference in present-day Europe
Difference, Discovery and Danger: Tourist Perceptions of Cultural Difference within Europep. 45
The Politics of Multiculturalism in Germanyp. 66
Unity or Uniformity? French cultural politics and Brittanyp. 84
"For the Welfare of the German People"?: The Debate on German Unity and the Austrian Right in the Interwar Periodp. 98
Central Europe. The rebirth of an Ideap. 110
Unity and Difference in literature
The Banana Man in Evan Jones's poetryp. 128
"Betwixen Hevene and Erthe and See": seeing words in Chaucer's House of Famep. 155
"The Bear and the Lioni: Russians in late Victorian and Edwardian fictionp. 172
Emilii Medner, Carl Jung and Goethep. 195
How Many Cultures make a Sub-Culture? Turkish Migrant Literature in Germanyp. 217
Barbarie ou humanisme? A French Critique of German Environmentalismp. 251
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