Anglo-American Awareness: Arpeggios in Aesthetics

Edited by: Gisela Hermann-Brennecke, Wolf Kindermann

This volume presents an Anglo-American research matrix radiating in various directions and transcending traditional academic boundaries and modes of perception. It offers a diverse and multi-facetted approach, covering topics from freemasonry to the documentaries of Michael Moore, from the Scottish best seller Trainspotting to German-American literature in the US, from anarchical traces in British novels to the influence of Laurence Sterne on Philipp Emanuel Bach, from postcolonial fiction to intercultural awareness, from Canadian literary beginnings to Casablanca Revisited. This collection of thirteen contributions reflects the scope, vitality and relevance of English and American Studies inside and outside the university.


248 pages

Publication Date: 3/3/2005
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783825884079