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The Politics of Literature in Nazi Germany

Books in the Media Dictatorship

; Dr. Kate Sturge (Oversetter)

An extensive account of the Nazi's literary politics, and of their control of writers and all forms of the written word, between 1933 and 1945. Les mer
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An extensive account of the Nazi's literary politics, and of their control of writers and all forms of the written word, between 1933 and 1945.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Abbreviations
Glossary
Introduction
Chapter 1: The change of people and media: from the Weimar Republic to the Third Reich
Chapter 2: The media dictatorship and its power over the book
Chapter 3: The book in a media dictatorship - the rulers' perspective
Chapter 4: The book in a media dictatorship - the subjects' perspective
Conclusion: A failed experiment? On the meaning of the book for the Nazi media dictatorship
Sources
Index

Om forfatteren

Professor Jan-Pieter Barbian is a historian and Director of Duisburg Municipal Library, Germany. He is a leading expert on Nazi literary politics and cultural policy. He is the author of Literaturpolitik im Dritten Reich (1993) and Die vollendete Ohnmacht (2008) and is a member of Historische Kommission des Boersenvereins fur den deutschen Buchhandel.

Kate Sturge holds a Chartered Institute of Linguists' Diploma in Translation (German-English) and a PhD in Comparative Literature. She is co-editor of the Routledge journal Translation Studies. Her translations include Friedrich Nietzsche: Writings from the Late Notebooks (ed. Rudiger Bittner, Cambridge University Press, 2002).