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About the Book
Nobel Prize winning author Heinrich Boll's Irisches Tagebuch (Irish Journal) which was first published in 1957, has been read by millions of German readers and has had an unsurpassed impact on the German image of Ireland. But there is much more to Heinrich Boll's relationship with Ireland than the Irisches Tagebuch. In this new book, Boll scholar Gisela Holfter carefully charts Heinrich Boll's personal and literary connections with Ireland and Irish literature from his reading Irish fairytales in early childhood, to establishing a second home on Achill Island and his and his wife Annemarie's translations of numerous books by Irish authors such as Brendan Behan, J. M. Synge, G. B. Shaw, Flann O'Brien and Tomas O'Crohan. This book also examines the response in Ireland to Boll's works, notably the controversy that ensued following the broadcast of his film Irland und seine Kinder (Children of Eire) in the 1960s. Heinrich Boll and Ireland offers new insights for students, academics and the general reader alike.
About the Author: Dr Gisela Holfter (MA, Washington University, St Louis, Missouri, USA; PhD, Universitat Koln, Germany) is Senior Lecturer in German and Joint Director of the Centre for Irish-German Studies at the University of Limerick, Ireland. She researches Irish-German relations, exile studies, contemporary German literature and languages for specific purposes (Business German). Her many publications on Heinrich Boll include the edited volume Heinrich Boll's 'Irisches Tagebuch' in Context (Trier: WVT, 2010).
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9781443831956
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publisher Imprint: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Depth: 25
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 25 mm
Width: 152 mm
ISBN-10: 1443831956
Publisher Date: 01 Sep 2011
Binding: Hardback
Height: 208 mm
No of Pages: 200
Series Title: English
Weight: 430 gr
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