- INDEX. // Trauma Culture: The Politics of Terror & Loss in Media & Literat;2005, p181
A subject index for the book "Trauma Culture: The Politics of Terror & Loss in Media & Literature, 2005" is presented.
- The intellectual crisis, the demise of totalitarianism, and the fate of literature. Aitmatov, Chingiz; Karriker, Alexandra Heidi // World Literature Today;Winter93, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p11
Discusses the effects of events in post-Communist Russia on Russian literature. Influences on the literary process of the ideological configuration and creative technology called socialist realism; Post-modernist literature as making itself more widely known; Benefits of Western and Eastern...
- THE COURT AS A CULTURAL CENTRE. Lyall, Roderick // History Today;Sep84, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p27
Examines the factors that led to the emergence of the medieval Scot verse. Insights into the familiar life in court through the analysis of poet William Dunbar's verses; Discussion of the development of the Scottish court as a literary center; How political issues influence the relationship...
- The endless column revisited. Ivask, Ivar // World Literature Today;Spring91, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p212
Focuses on literature and revolution in Eastern Europe. Contributions by Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz; Czech novelist Josef Skvorecky; Role of emigre authors in the political transformation in Eastern Europe; Interplay between politics and journalism.
- Circumnavigation and transplantation: Reflections on Estonian literature and revolution. Kirss, Tiina A. // World Literature Today;Spring91, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p216
Focuses on literature and revolution in Estonia. Contributions of historical novelist and poet Jaan Kross; Cultural struggle to resist Russification in Estonia; Effects of glasnost on Estonian literature; Involvement of established writers in politics and journalism.
- Decolonization and renewal of Latvian letters. Silenieks, Juris // World Literature Today;Spring91, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p221
Focuses on literature and revolution in Latvia. Effects of glasnost on Latvian literature; Renaissance of Latvian writing from the Dark Ages of the 20th century; Impact of esthetic decolonization on critical discourse.
- Feeling spurned: Polish literature in its second year of freedom. Baranczak, Stanislaw // World Literature Today;Spring91, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p229
Focuses on literature and revolution in Poland. Popularity of the movie `Dead Poets' Society' in Poland; Material situation of culture after the summer of 1989; Artificial demand for culture in the earlier years of communism.
- GDR literature and the German `Wende'. Ott, Friedrich P. // World Literature Today;Spring91, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p232
Focuses on literature in East Germany. Role of intelligentsia in the reunification of Germany; Conditions of writers during the East German regime; Moral dilemmas faced by writers after the reunification.
- The national paradox: Czech literature and the gentle revolution. Von Kunes, Karen // World Literature Today;Spring91, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p237
Focuses on literature and revolution in the Czech Republic. Contribution of Franz Kafka in the transformation of Czech literature; Literature's unique place in the history of the Czech nation; Impact of dissidents' writings on Czech politics and literature.