History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe: Junctures and Disjunctures in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Volume 3

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Marcel Cornis-Pope, John Neubauer
John Benjamins Publishing, 2004 - 522 pages
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The third volume in the History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe focuses on the making and remaking of those institutional structures that engender and regulate the creation, distribution, and reception of literature. The focus here is not so much on shared institutions but rather on such region-wide analogous institutional processes as the national awakening, the modernist opening, and the communist regimentation, the canonization of texts, and censorship of literature. These processes, which took place in all of the region's cultures, were often asynchronous and subjected to different local conditions. The volume's premise is that the national awakening and institutionalization of literature were symbiotically interrelated in East-Central Europe. Each national awakening involves a language renewal, an introduction of the vernacular and its literature in schools and universities, the creation of an infrastructure for the publication of books and journals, clashes with censorship, the founding of national academies, libraries, and theaters, a (re)construction of national folklore, and the writing of histories of the vernacular literature. The four parts of this volume are titled: (1) Publishing and Censorship, (2) Theater as a Literary Institution, (3) Forging Primal Pasts: The Uses of Folk Poetry, and (4) Literary Histories: Itineraries of National Self-images.

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Table of contents Volume 1 XV
1
Publishing and censorship
39
Pluralism Amy Colin with Peter Rychlo on post1940 Czernowitz
57
Publishing
63
A Testing Ground
77
Censorship
95
Bucharest City of Merging Paradigms
105
The Text of the City vs the Texts of Literature Alexander Kiossev
124
Upstream and Downstream the Danube John Neubaeur
224
The Intercultural Corridor of the Other Danube Roxana M Verona
232
B Regions as Cultural Interfaces
245
The uses of folklore
269
John Neubauer Introduction
321
Representing Transnational Real or Imaginary Regional Spaces
333
Itineraries of national selfimages
345
Shifting genres
375

Theater as a literary institution
143
Trieste as a Center of Polyphonic Culture and Literature
145
Topographies of Literary Culture in Budapest John Neubauer
162
the Director Rules
171
Magnetic Fields or the Staging of the AvantGarde Veronika Ambros
176
Sites of Identity Cultural Production Utopic or Dystopic
182
Violetta Sajkiewicz
199
Regional sites of cultural hybridization
213
3
217
Pitfalls in Writing a Regional Literary History of EastCentral Europe
419
The historical novel
463
226
485
Appendix
491
Romanian Historical Fiction and Family Cycles
499
Index of EastCentral European Names
505
227
506
Histories of multimedia constructions
513
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