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Contents Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction 1: Representing Euthanasia, Reclaiming Popular Culture 2: Heteroglossia from Grimmelshausen to the Grimm Brothers 3: The Dwarf and Nazi Body Politics 4: Oskar's Dysfunctional Family and Gender Politics 5: Oskar as Fool, Harlequin, and Trickster, and the Politics of Sanity 6: Gypsies, the Picaresque Novel, and the Politics of Social Integration Epilogue: Beyond Die Blechtrommel: Germans as Victims in Im Krebsgang Works Cited Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Grass, Gčunter, 1927- Blechtrommel, Eugenics in literature