|Author:||Kathleen J. Labahn|
|Subcategory:||History & Criticism|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1986)|
|Category:||Fiction and Literature|
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Anna Seghers' Exile Literature: The Mexican Years (1941-1947). by. Kathleen J. Labahn. This book analyzes and evaluates Anna Seghers' literary production in Mexican exile from 1941 to 1947, focusing on the historical and psychological factors which influenced her writing. For many European exiles Mexico meant refuge and the opportunity to resume political anti-fascist activity.
Kathleen J. LaBahn: Anna Seghers' Exile Literature. The Mexican Years (1941-1947). Published: 17 October 1987. by New Prairie Press. GDR Bulletin, Volume 13, pp 63-64; doi:10.
Anna Seghers' exile literature. by Kathleen J. vol. 37. Classifications. 912, B. Library of Congress. Published 1986 by P. Lang in New York. Biography, Exile, German Authors, Political and social views. Anna Seghers, Anna Seghers (1900-).
Anna Seghers' exile literature : the Mexican years (1941-1947). Christiane Zehl Romero, Kathleen J. between individual experience, socio-historical reality, and art, this book analyzes and evaluates Anna Seghers'.
LaBahn, Kathleen J. Anna Segher's Exile Literature: The Mexican Years (1941–1947). NY: Peter Lang, 1986. Writing Without Taboos: The New East German Literature.
Anna Seghers (19 November 1900 – 1 June 1983) was a German writer famous for depicting the moral experience of the Second World War. After living in Mexico City (1941–47) and West Berlin (1947-50). After living in Mexico City (1941–47) and West Berlin (1947-50), Anna Seghers eventually settled in the GDR. The pseudonym Anna Seghers was apparently based on the surname of the Dutch painter and printmaker Hercules Pieterszoon Seghers or Segers (c. 1589 – c. 1638).
20th Century Mexican History, German Exile Literature
20th Century Mexican History, German Exile Literature. International rescue of Academics, Intellectuals and Artists from Nazism During the Second World War: The Experience of Mexico. Congress of the International Association for Germanic Studies, Tongji University, Shanghai, China, August 2015. Ruth Radvanyi, hija de la escritora alemana Anna Seghers, sobre su experiencia durante el exilio al que acompañó a sus padres, primero en Francia, después en la travesía para llegar a América y durante su estancia en México y finalmente en su regreso a Europa.
For Anna Seghers, exile proved a prolific ground for literary creation, allowing her to produce some of her most acclaimed work (aforementioned), motivated by deep concern over events unfolding in her home country. Seghers’s writing career can be divided into two halves, the second coniciding with her return to Germany in 1947 (being awarded the Georg Büchner prize in recognition of her services to German literature, reflecting her many writerly achievements while in exile) and subsequent settling in, and commitment to the building of, the German Democratic Republic.
Transit"'s protagonist has been in double exile/triple imprisonment.
In studying Seghers' background and her history did shed light on why her characters are so conflicted, but even that information didn't help many of the students (high school). Transit"'s protagonist has been in double exile/triple imprisonment.