Table of contents for German memory contests : the quest for identity in literature, film, and discourse since 1990 / edited by Anne Fuchs, Mary Cosgrove, and Georg Grote.

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Introduction: Germany's Memory Contests and the Management of the Past
	Anne Fuchs and Mary Cosgrove
1:	What Exactly Is Vergangenheitsbew¿ltigung? Narrative and Its Insufficiency 
in Postwar Germany
	Peter Fritzsche
2:	The Tinderbox of Memory: Generation and Masculinity in V¿terliteratur 
by Cristoph Meckel, Uwe Timm, Dagmar Leupold, and Ulla Hahn
	Anne Fuchs
3:	Telling It How It Wasn't: Familial Allegories of Wish-Fulfillment 
in Postunification Germany
	Elizabeth Boa
4:	Being Translated: Exile, Childhood, and Multilingualism 
in G.-A. Goldschmidt and W. G. Sebald
	Stefan Willer
5:	"Ein St¿ck langweiliger als die Wehrmachtsausstellung, aber daf¿r 
repr¿sentativer": The Exhibition Fotofeldpost as Riposte to the "Wehrmacht 
	Chloe E. M. Paver
6:	German Crossroads: Visions of the Past in German Cinema after Reunification
	Matthias Fiedler
7:	Monika Maron's Pawels Briefe: Photography, Narrative, and the Claims 
of Postmemory
	J. J. Long
8:	Imagined Identities: Children and Grandchildren 
of Holocaust Survivors in Literature
	Dagmar C. G. Lorenz
9:	Of Stories and Histories: Golem Figures 
in Post-1989 German and Austrian Culture
	Cathy S. Gelbin
10:	Multi-Ethnicity and Cultural Identity: 
Afro-German Women Writers' Struggle for Identity in Post-Unification Germany
	Jennifer E. Michaels
Memory Politics
11:	The Anxiety of German Influence: Affiliation, Rejection, and Jewish Identity 
in W. G. Sebald's Work
	Mary Cosgrove
12:	Between "Restauration" and "Nierentisch": The 1950s 
in Ludwig Harig, F. C. Delius, and Thomas Hettche
	Andrew Plowman
13:	On Forgetting and Remembering: 
The New Right since German Unification
	Roger Woods
Works Cited
Notes on the Editors and Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Germany -- Civilization -- 20th century -- Psychological aspects.
Memory -- Social aspects -- Germany.
Group identity -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Germany -- History -- 1990- -- Historiography.