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Contents Acknowledgments vii Introduction 1 Stuart Taberner and Paul Cooke 1: "Normalization": Has Helmut Kohl's Vision Been Realized? ?? Stephen Brockmann 2: Coping with Disparity: Continuity and Discontinuity in Economic Policy since Unification ?? Jeremy Leaman 3: Understanding Germany: The Limits of "Normalization" and the Prevalence of Strategic Culture ?? Sebastian Harnisch and Kerry Longhurst 4: "Normalization" through Europeanization: The Role of the Holocaust ?? Lothar Probst 5: "Representing Normality": Architecture in Berlin ?? Simon Ward 6: "Normalizing" the Past: East German Culture and Ostalgie ?? Anna Saunders 7: National Memory's Schl¿sselkinder: Migration, Pedagogy, and German Remembrance Culture ?? Annette Seidel Arpaci 8: The Return of "Undead" History: The West German Terrorist as Vampire and the Problem of "Normalizing" the Past in Margarethe von Trotta's Die bleierne Zeit (1981) and Christian Petzold's Die innere Sicherheit (2001) ?? Chris Homewood 9: "Normalizing" the "Old" Federal Republic? The FRG between 1949 and 1989 in Recent German Fiction ?? Andrew Plowman 10: Reconciliation between the Generations: The Image of the Ordinary German Soldier in Dieter Wellershoff's Der Ernstfall and Ulla Hahn's Unscharfe Bilder ?? Helmut Schmitz 11: "(un)s¿gliche Vergleiche": What Germans Remembered (and Forgot) in Former Yugoslavia in the 1990s ?? Karoline von Oppen 12: "Normal" as "Apolitical": Uwe Timm's Rot and Thomas Brussig's Leben bis M¿nner ?? William Collins Donahue 13: "Narrative Normalization" and G¿nter Grass's Im Krebsgang ?? Kathrin Sch¿del 14: From "Normalization" to Globalization. German Fiction into the New Millennium: Christian Kracht, Ingo Schulze, and Feridun Zaimoglu ?? Stuart Taberner 15: Abnormal Consensus? The New Internationalism of German Cinema ?? Paul Cooke Notes on the Contributors ?? Index ??
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Germany -- Civilization -- 21st century.
Germany -- Intellectual life -- 21st century.
German literature -- 21st century -- History and criticism.
Politics and literature -- Germany.