Table of contents for The idea of Europe in literature / edited by Susanne Fendler and Ruth Wittlinger ; foreword by Bernard Crick.

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Foreword--Bernard Crick
Part I: Portrayal of the Continent
Charlotte Brontë's Alternative "European Community"--Jan B. Gordon
"Nation and Narration": Continental Europe and the English Novel--Silvia Mergenthal
Guglhupf and Ancient Castles: Images of Austria and Germany in the English Historical Romance and Gothic Novel, 1960-90--Ulrike Horstmann
Discovering "Europe in the Process of Repatriation in Primo Levi's La Tregua --Angela Flury
Part II: Inner/Outer Perspective in Comparison
The Transformation of the English/Western Literature Canon--Marion Frank
France and its "DOM": The Ambivalence of the Minority-Majority Relationship--Ute Fendler
Immigrants in Britain: National Identities and Stereotypes--Susanne Fendler
A Never Closer Union? The Idea of the European Union in Selected Works of Malcolm Bradbury--Paul Nixon
Part III: Idea of Europe and National Identity
A Romanian View of Europe: George Uscatescu--Liliana Mihut
Eyvind Johnson and the History of Europe: Many Times in One Place--Rolf Hugoson
Englishness from the Outside--Ruth Wittlinger
Memories of Hell: Kieslowski's Vision of European Subjectivity--Roy Boyne
Europeans: Foreigners in Their Own Land--Sylvie Gambaudo

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: European literature History and criticism, Europe In literature, Literature and society Europe