Table of contents for Berlin Alexanderplatz : radio, film, and the death of Weimar culture / Peter Jelavich.

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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Preface	000
1. The Novel: Berlin Alexanderplatz	000
Subjectivity in the City	000 
Media Make the City	000
Biberkopf in Berlin	000
2. Politics and Censorship at the "Berlin Radio Hour"	000
The Origins of Public Broadcasting in Germany	000
The Politics of "Non-Partisan" Radio	000
From "Neutrality" to Pluralism	000
3. Cultural Programming and the Radio Play	000
Kultur without End	000
In Search of Radio Art	000
Early Radio Plays	000
4. The Radio Play: The Story of Franz Biberkopf	000
DÜblin's Radio Plays	000
Acoustic Experiments and Polyvocality	000
The Nazi Scare: "Fear Psychosis" Grips the Airwaves	000
5. Film Censorship in the Weimar Era	000
Political Parameters of Cinematic Expression	000
Detractors and Defenders of Censorship	000
The Business of Filmmaking	000
6. Nazi Threats to Film	000
The Assault on All Quiet on the Western Front	000
The Republic Capitulates	000
"The Unleashed Avalanche"	000
7. The Film: Berlin Alexanderplatz	000
Authors and Film: A Fraught Relationship	000
Cinematic Berlin: Phil Jutzi and Walter Ruttmann	000
The Filming of Berlin Alexanderplatz	000
Epilogue	000
Notes	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Döblin, Alfred, 1878-1957. Berlin Alexanderplatz.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 1918-1933.
Germany -- Intellectual life -- 1918-1933.
Radio broadcasting -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Motion pictures -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.