'Hitler's First Victim'? Memory and Representation in Post-War Austria

Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain

Austrian Studies 11

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2003  •  258pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-11-8 (paperback)

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The original print edition of Austrian Studies 11 contained a misprint giving the ISBN as 978-1-904350-12-5, but 978-1-904350-11-8 is correct.

Contents:

ix
Preface
Judith Beniston, Robert Vilain
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1-13
'Hitler's First Victim'? — Memory and Representation in Post-War Austria: Introduction
Judith Beniston
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14-32
The Myth of Austria as Nazi Victim, the Emigrants and the Discipline of Exile Studies
Sonja Niederacher
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33-44
Marie Frischauf's "Der graue Mann": National Socialism and the Austrian Novel
Andrew Barker
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45-64
A Memoir of the Years 1938–1945
Bernhard Stillfried, Robert Vilain
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65-84
Fritz Hochwälder's "Holokaust": A Choice of Evils
Judith Beniston
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85-101
Casual Brutalities: Hans Lebert's "Die Wolfshaut", Gerhard Fritsch's "Fasching" and Austrian Collective Memory
J. J. Long
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102-121
Architectures of Memory: Rachel Whiteread's 'Memorial to the 65,000 Murdered Austrian Jews'
Neil Christian Pages
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122-137
Erich Hackl's "Abschied von Sidonie": Breaking the Silence
Elin Nesje Vestli
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138-153
Repossessing the Past? Property, Memory and Austrian Jewish Narrative Histories
Lisa Silverman
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154-170
Post-Shoah Positions of Displacement in the Films of Ruth Beckermann
Dagmar C. G. Lorenz
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171-184
The Iberian Dimension of the German-Jewish Discourse: Robert Menasse's "Die Vertreibung aus der Hölle"
Florian Krobb
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185-195
Review Articles: The Nestroy Year
Peter Branscombe
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196-202
Love, Distance, Bereavement: New Sources for Karl Kraus's Relationships
Gilbert J. Carr
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203-209
Why Bernhard?
Matthias Konzett
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210-211
Review of Günter Meinhold, 'Zauberflöte' und 'Zauberflöten'-Rezeption. Studien zu Emanuel Schikaneders Libretto 'Die Zauberflöte' und seiner literarischen Rezeption. (Hamburger Beiträge zur Germanistik 34)
Peter Branscombe
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211-212
Review of Madeleine Rietra, Wirkungsgeschichte als Kulturgeschichte. Viktor von Andrian-Werburgs Rezeption im Vormärz. Eine Dokumentation, mit Einleitung, Kommentar und einer Neuausgabe von 'Österreich und dessen Zukunft' (1843). (Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur 1
Ruth Evans
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213-214
Review of Konrad Schaum, Grillparzer-Studien
Ian F. Roe
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214-215
Review of Salomon Hermann Mosenthal, Ruth Klüger, Erzählungen aus dem jüdischen Familienleben
Florian Krobb
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215-217
Review of Peter Gay, Schnitzler's Century. The Making of Middle-Class Culture 1815–1914
Eda Sagarra
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217-218
Review of Hanni Mittelmann, Armin A. Wallas, Österreich-Konzeptionen und jüdisches Selbstverständnis. Identitäts-Transfigurationen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. (Conditio Judaica 35)
Florian Krobb
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218-219
Review of Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Ulrike Tanzer, Briefwechsel mit Marie von Gomperz 1892–1916 mit Briefen von Nelly von Gomperz
W. E. Yates
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219-222
Review of Philip Ward, Hofmannsthal and Greek Myth. Expression and Performance. (British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature 24)
Jens Rieckmann
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222-223
Review of Nancy C. Michael, Elektra and Her Sisters. Three Female Characters in Schnitzler, Freud, and Hofmannsthal. (Austrian Culture 11)
Philip Ward
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223-226
Review of Silvie Arlaud, Les Références anglaises de la modernité viennoise. (Série germanique 7)
Robert Vilain
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226-228
Review of Steven Beller, Rethinking Vienna 1900. (Austrian History, Culture and Society 3)
Andrew Barker
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228-230
Review of Antje Senarclens de Grancy, 'Moderner Stil' und 'Heimisches Bauen'. Architekturreform in Graz um 1900
Janet Stewart
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230-231
Review of Gilbert J. Carr, Edward Timms, Karl Kraus und 'Die Fackel'. Aufsätze zur Rezeptionsgeschichte / Reading Karl Kraus. Essays on the Reception of 'Die Fackel'
David Midgley
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231-232
Review of Paul Michael Lützeler, Kulturbruch und Glaubenskrise. Hermann Brochs 'Die Schlafwandler' und Matthias Grünewalds 'Isenheimer Altar'. (Kontakte. Beiträge zum religiösen Zeitgespräch 10)
Ritchie Robertson
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232-233
Review of Eoin Bourke, The Austrian Anschluss in History and Literature. (Literature as Testimony 1)
John Warren
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233-235
Review of Evelyn Deutsch-Schreiner, Theater im 'Wiederaufbau'. Zur Kulturpolitik im österreichischen Parteien- und Verbändestaat
Judith Beniston
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235-236
Review of Franz Baermann Steiner, Jeremy Adler, Am stürzenden Pfad. Gesammelte Gedichte. (Veröffentlichungen der Deutschen Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung, Darmstadt 76)
Katrin Kohl
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236-237
Review of Petra Heyer, Von Verklärern und Spielverderbern. Eine vergleichende Untersuchung neuerer Theaterstücke Peter Handkes und Elfriede Jelineks. (Bochumer Schriften zur deutschen Literatur 59)
David Barnett
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238-240
Review of W. E. Yates, Allyson Fiddler, John Warren, From Perinet to Jelinek. Viennese Theatre in its Political and Intellectual Context. (British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature 28)
Brian Keith-Smith
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240-241
Review of Julia Neissl, Tabu im Diskurs. Sexualität in der Literatur österreichischer Autorinnen
Allyson Fiddler
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241-242
Review of Elisabeth Lebensaft, Desiderate der österreichischen Frauenbiografieforschung. (Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon — Schriftenreihe 7)
Sarah Colvin
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242-245
Review of Peter Thaler, The Ambivalence of Identity. The Austrian Experience of Nation-Building in a Modern Society
Andrew Murphy
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246-249
Obituary: W. G. Sebald (1944–2001)
Uwe Schütte
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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, and Robert Vilain (eds), 'Hitler's First Victim'? Memory and Representation in Post-War Austria (= Austrian Studies, 11 (2003))

First footnote reference: 35 'Hitler's First Victim'? Memory and Representation in Post-War Austria, ed. by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain (= Austrian Studies, 11 (2003)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Beniston and Vilain, p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, and Robert Vilain (eds). 2003. 'Hitler's First Victim'? Memory and Representation in Post-War Austria (= Austrian Studies, 11)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Beniston and Vilain 2003: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Beniston and Vilain 2003: 21.

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