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Mapping morality in postwar German womens fiction

Christa Wolf, Ingeborg Drewitz, and Grete Weil

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        StatementCamden House
        PublishersCamden House
        LC Classifications2010
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 64 p. :
        Number of Pages42
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        ISBN 101571134433
        2Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture
        The individual, memory, and history Feminism, the self, and community Ingeborg Drewitz: families, historical conflict, and moral mapping Christa Wolf: rehearsing individual and collective responsibility Grete Weil: the costs of abstract principles.

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