Selim oder Die Gabe der Rede

Selim oder Die Gabe der Rede Author Sten Nadolny
ISBN-10 9783492957922
Release 2012-07-17
Pages 512
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Der eine will um jeden Preis ein großer Redner werden, obgleich ihm nichts schwerer fällt als das freie Sprechen. Der andere träumt von einem sorglosen Leben inmitten einer Schar von Freunden. Nichts scheint Alexander, den neunzehnjährigen Studenten aus Rosenheim, und Selim, den einundzwanzigjährigen Amateurringer aus der Südtürkei, zu verbinden - bis Alexander in Selim den geborenen Erzähler und seinen möglichen Lehrmeister entdeckt.



Cosmopolitical Claims

Cosmopolitical Claims Author B. Venkat Mani
ISBN-10 9781587297366
Release 2007-04-01
Pages 262
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Cosmopolitical Claims is a profoundly original study of the works of Sten Nadonly, Emine Sevgi Özdamar, Feridun Zaimoglu, and 2006 Nobel prize in literature recipient Orhan Pamuk. Rather than using the proverbial hyphen in “Turkish-German” to indicate a culture caught between two nations, Venkat Mani is interested in how Turkish-German literature engages in a scrutiny of German and Turkish national identity.



Die rhetorischen Aspekte bei Sten Nadolnys Roman Selim oder Die Gabe der Rede anhand der Figuren Alexander und Selim

Die rhetorischen Aspekte bei Sten Nadolnys Roman    Selim oder Die Gabe der Rede    anhand der Figuren Alexander und Selim Author Susanne Frommert
ISBN-10 9783656170754
Release 2012-04-16
Pages 26
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Deutsch - Deutsch als Fremdsprache / Zweitsprache, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Institut für Deutsche Philologie), Veranstaltung: Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft und Hermeneutik, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: 1. Einleitung Der in Montagetechnik verfasste Roman „Selim oder die Gabe der Rede“ von Sten Nadolny greift das Thema der türkischen Gastarbeiter auf und setzt es in einen meiner Meinung nach interessanten Kontext. Der Roman spielt von 1965 bis 1989 und handelt von mehreren Personen, die Deutsche und Türken sind, hauptsächlich aber vom türkischen Gastarbeiter Selim und dem Deutschen Alexander. Sten Nadolny zeigt bei „Selim oder die Gabe der Rede“, welches Bild die Türken von den Deutschen und umgekehrt haben und greift die Thematik des Fremdbildes auf. Wie der Titel schon besagt geht es zudem um Rhetorik. Das Erzählen zieht sich als Leitthema durch den gesamten Roman (Brix, 2008, S. 175). Im Folgenden soll zum besseren Verständnis meiner späteren Ausführungen der Inhalt des Romans im Hinblick auf die Figuren Selim und Alexander knapp zusammengefasst werden. Der in Bayern aufgewachsene Deutsche Alexander, der gerade seinen Wehrdienst absolviert, nimmt in einem Zugabteil Platz, in dem fünf Türken sitzen. Darunter ist auch der Türke Selim. Die beiden Hauptfiguren Selim und Alexander lernen sich aber erst zwei Jahre später kennen, da im Zugabteil aufgrund der Sprachbarriere keine Kommunikation stattfindet. Alexanders größter Traum ist es, ein großer Redner zu werden. Vor allem geht es ihm darum, Menschen für sich zu gewinnen und überzeugend zu sprechen. Doch genau dies gelingt ihm nicht. Um seinen Traum zu verwirklichen, dreht sich sein ganzes Leben um das Thema Rhetorik, weshalb er seinen Lebensweg mit Anstrengung geht. Obwohl er dem Wehrdienst und der Studentenbewegung kritisch gegenübersteht, tritt er ihnen bei, da er denkt, sie könnten ihm in seiner beruflichen Laufbahn helfen. Durch seinen andauernden Kampf gegen seine Natur gerät er sogar in eine schwere Krise, weshalb er eine Therapie beginnt. Der aus Istanbul stammende Selim dagegen, der Ringer war, ist eine Frohnatur. Er möchte nach seiner Einwanderung nach Deutschland reich werden. Zuerst arbeitet er als Seemann, dann nimmt er verschiedene Hilfsjobs wie zum Beispiel Schweißer oder Brückenbauer an, um finanziell überleben zu können. Mit Leichtigkeit geht er durchs Leben, da er trotz aller Widrigkeiten fest an seinen Traum, reich zu werden, glaubt. Ausländeranfeindungen nimmt er locker und zudem kann er sich schnell anpassen. Er stellt den Gegenpol zu Alexander dar, denn er ist der geborene Erzähler. Nadolny beschreibt seine Beobachtungen, die er über die Deutschen macht...



The German Student Movement and the Literary Imagination

The German Student Movement and the Literary Imagination Author Susanne Rinner
ISBN-10 9780857457554
Release 2013-02-28
Pages 180
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Through a close reading of novels by Ulrike Kolb, Irmtraud Morgner, Emine Sevgi Özdamar, Bernhard Schlink, Peter Schneider, and Uwe Timm, this book traces the cultural memory of the 1960s student movement in German fiction, revealing layers of remembering and forgetting that go beyond conventional boundaries of time and space. These novels engage this contestation by constructing a palimpsest of memories that reshape readers' understanding of the 1960s with respect to the end of the Cold War, the legacy of the Third Reich, and the Holocaust. Topographically, these novels refute assertions that East Germans were isolated from the political upheaval that took place in the late 1960s and 1970s. Through their aesthetic appropriations and subversions, these multicultural contributions challenge conventional understandings of German identity and at the same time lay down claims of belonging within a German society that is more openly diverse than ever before.



Alman dil ve edebiyat dergisi

Alman dil ve edebiyat   dergisi Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015066305700
Release 2004
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Alman dil ve edebiyat dergisi has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Alman dil ve edebiyat dergisi also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Alman dil ve edebiyat dergisi book for free.



German Literature on the Middle East

German Literature on the Middle East Author Nina Berman
ISBN-10 9780472117512
Release 2011
Pages 324
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An investigation of Germany and the Middle East through literary sources, in the context of social, economic, and political practices



Recasting German Identity

Recasting German Identity Author Stuart Taberner
ISBN-10 9781571132444
Release 2002
Pages 276
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A collection of essays offering a nuanced understanding of the complex question of identity in today's Germany.



Interkulturelle Konstellationen

Interkulturelle Konstellationen Author Mahmut Karakuş
ISBN-10 3826033620
Release 2006
Pages 182
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Interkulturelle Konstellationen has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Interkulturelle Konstellationen also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Interkulturelle Konstellationen book for free.



Interkulturelle Kommunikation in Sten Nadolnys Selim oder die Gabe der Rede Die Relevanz von Literatur f r das Fremdverstehen

Interkulturelle Kommunikation in Sten Nadolnys    Selim oder die Gabe der Rede     Die Relevanz von Literatur f  r das Fremdverstehen Author Anna Göbel
ISBN-10 9783668582255
Release 2017-11-28
Pages 25
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2014 im Fachbereich Medien / Kommunikation - Interkulturelle Kommunikation, Universität zu Köln, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Lernprozesse werden von allen in einer Gesellschaft zusammenlebenden Individuen erwartet, sowohl von den Einheimischen als auch von den Fremden. Wenn ein Individuum sich das Ziel gesetzt hat, im Umgang mit den Menschen einer anderen Kultur deren spezifisches Orientierungssystem der Wahrnehmung, des Denkens, des Wertens und Handelns zu verstehen, dieses in das eigenkulturelle Orientierungssystem zu integrieren und auf sein Denken und Handeln im fremdkulturellen Handlungsfeld anzuwenden, dann spricht man vom Interkulturellen Lernen. Sten Nadolnys "Selim oder die Gabe der Rede" ist ein zeitgenössischer Roman, der sich mit dem "Fremden" in unserer Gesellschaft auseinandersetzt. Die vorliegende Arbeit untersucht, ob und inwiefern dieser Roman als Beispiel für interkulturelles Lernen dienen kann.



The Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel

The Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel Author Graham Bartram
ISBN-10 0521483921
Release 2004-04-05
Pages 294
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The Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel, first published in 2004, provides a broad ranging introduction to the major trends in the development of the German novel from the 1890s to the present. Written by an international team of experts, it encompasses both modernist and realist traditions, and also includes a look back to the roots of the modern novel in the Bildungsroman of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The structure is broadly chronological, but thematically-focused chapters examine topics such as gender anxiety, images of the city, war, and women's writing; within each chapter, key works are selected for close attention. Unique in its combination of breadth of coverage and detailed analysis of individual works, and featuring a chronology and guides to further reading, this Companion will be indispensable to students and teachers.



Migration Fremdheitserfahrung und Integration in Sten Nadolnys Selim oder die Gabe der Rede

Migration  Fremdheitserfahrung und Integration in Sten Nadolnys  Selim oder die Gabe der Rede Author Olivier Tchoing Godje
ISBN-10 9783656552413
Release 2013-12-02
Pages 144
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Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Literaturwissenschaft - Moderne Literatur, Note: 17/20, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Migration of human beings and properties from one place to another is an important factor of globalization. Through this mobility, many people find themselves in countries other than theirs, having different laws and cultures. As such, the problem of integration of these strangers in their host arises from this situation. The challenge of these migrants is to change their language, culture everything, while being oneself. Such is the situation of former Turkish migrants who constitute the majority of the foreign population in Germany. At the time when the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayip Erdogan declares that Turkish should not longer be considered as foreigners, xenophobia is widespread in a conservative German society. It is in that streamline that this work is carried out with the aim of showing in what ways the novel Selim oder die Gabe der Rede of Sten Nadolny is a fundamental tool which advocates for the integration of Turkish in Germany. To attain our goal, we will use the deconstruction according to Derrida on the one hand and according to De Man on the other hand. This work can therefore be considered as a plea for Turkish integration in Germany.



Encyclopedia of Contemporary German Culture

Encyclopedia of Contemporary German Culture Author John Sandford
ISBN-10 9781136816031
Release 2013-04-03
Pages 728
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With more than 1,100 entries written by an international group of over 150 contributors, the Encyclopedia of Contemporary German Culture brings together myriad strands of social, political and cultural life in the post-1945 German-speaking world. With a unique structure and format, an inclusive treatment of the concept of culture, and coverage of East, West and post-unification Germany, as well as Austria and Switzerland, the Encyclopedia of Contemporary German Culture is the first reference work of its kind. Containing longer overviews of up to 2,000 words, as well as shorter factual entries, cross-referencing to other relevant articles, useful further reading suggestions and extensive indexing, this highly useable volume provides the scholar, teacher, student or non-specialist with an astonishing breadth and depth of information.



The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature

The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature Author L. Adelson
ISBN-10 9781403981868
Release 2005-08-19
Pages 264
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Challenging the commonplace that suspends migrants between two worlds', this study turns a refreshingly curious eye to complex cultural relations and literary novelties wrought by Turkish migration to Germany. At interpretive and historic crossroads involving dialogue and storytelling, genocide and taboo, and capital and labour in the 1990s. This book illuminates far-reaching imaginative effects that literatures of migration can engender. In critical conversation with Arjun Appadurai, Seyla Benhabib, Homi Bhabha, Rey Chow, Andreas Huyssen, Dominick LaCapra, Doris Sommer, and many others, Adelson probes history and aesthetics as surprisingly twinned indices of national and global transformation at the millennial turn.



Germany in Transit

Germany in Transit Author Deniz Göktürk
ISBN-10 9780520248946
Release 2007-04-03
Pages 588
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"Germany in Transit is a much-needed sourcebook that vividly represents the crucial debates about the integration of 'foreigners' in Germany. Written for all levels of readers, from school teachers and college students to general readers."—Werner Sollors, author of Beyond Ethnicity: Consent and Descent in American Culture "This book is first-rate: historically accurate, thickly textured, and methodologically cutting-edge. Even experts in migration studies and German studies will be inspired by the astonishing range of materials gathered in this important yet readily accessible book."—Leslie A. Adelson, author of The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature: Toward a New Critical Grammar of Migration "A path-breaking book about postwar Germany on its way to Europe and the modern world. Precisely researched and creatively organized, this is indispensable reading for anyone who wishes to take part in the conversation about cultural diversity. It is perhaps telling that no such book has yet been published in Germany; the perspective from abroad opens new horizons."—Zafer [enocak, author of Atlas of a Tropical Germany: Essays on Politics and Culture, 1990-1998 "This striking assembly of texts tells the real story of postwar normalization. For the German lands have always bid welcome and, after the monochrome years of the Third Reich and its immediate aftermath, once again host a multiplicity of ethnics, cultures, and religions. Read and see for yourself what contemporary Germany is all about."—Michael Geyer, author of The Power of Intellectuals in Contemporary Germany



Encounters with Islam in German Literature and Culture

Encounters with Islam in German Literature and Culture Author James R. Hodkinson
ISBN-10 9781571134196
Release 2009
Pages 269
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German-language writings about Islam not only reveal much about Islamic culture but also about the European "home" culture.



Novels of Turkish German Settlement

Novels of Turkish German Settlement Author Tom Cheesman
ISBN-10 1571133747
Release 2007
Pages 232
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A broad view of the impact of Turkish German writers' "literature of settlement" on the German literary scene and on German society.



Changing the World Changing Oneself

Changing the World  Changing Oneself Author Belinda Davis
ISBN-10 1845456513
Release 2010
Pages 334
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"The collection addresses several issues that are currently very important growth areas in scholarship: protest movements, their transnational connections, the question of Americanization/Westernization in Europe, and the 1960s/1970s in general as an important watershed in postwar history...There have been other recent works that have focused on these issues, but this collection has the advantage of being truly transatlantic in its approach and in the inclusion of some of the most interesting younger scholars working in the field." . Ronald Granieri, University of Pennsylvania "This tantalizing volume explores the neglected impact of intercultural exchanges during the 1968 generational rebellion by focusing on German-American transfers of critical ideas, protest practices and feelings of solidarity. It especially emphasizes the close connection between freeing personal life-styles and liberating politics at home and abroad." . Konrad Jarausch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Zentrum fuer Zeithistorische Forschung in Potsdam "This wonderfully innovative compilation of scholarly articles and participant recollections tackles the multifaceted transfer of ideas and people between West Germany and the United States to shed new light on 1960s protests and their long afterlife." . Uta G. Poiger, University of Washington A captivating time, the 60s and 70s now draw more attention than ever. The first substantial work by historians has appeared only in the last few years, and this volume offers an important contribution. These meticulously researched essays offer new perspectives on the Cold War and global relations in the 1960s and 70s through the perspective of the youth movements that shook the U.S., Western Europe, and beyond. These movements led to the transformation of diplomatic relations and domestic political cultures, as well as ideas about democracy and who best understood and promoted it. Bringing together scholars of several countries and many disciplines, this volume also uniquely features the reflections of former activists. Belinda Davis is Associate Professor of History at Rutgers University. Wilfried Mausbach is the Executive Director of the Heidelberg Center for American Studies (HCA) at the University of Heidelberg. Martin Klimke is a postdoctoral fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C. Carla MacDougall is a doctoral student at Rutgers University."