Table of contents for Representation, subversion, and eugenics in Gčunter Grass's The Tin drum / Peter Arnds.


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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