The Germanic Mosaic: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society

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NOTES
1
Neue Literatur, Zeitschrift des Schrifstellerverbandes der SR Rumänien, 41 volumes, monthly issues.
2
NL 3612 (Feb. 85): 9.
3
See NL 3612 (Feb. 85): 8.
4
"Der große Schwabenausverkauf", in Monatshefte 78/4 ( 1986): 431-436.
5
Berlin: Rotbuch Verlag, 1986, Rotbuch317; 126 pp.
6
Harald Hartung, "Das strangulierte Lied", FAZ 227, November 29, 1986.
7
Cluj-Napoca: Dacia Verlag, 1984.
8
neuntöter, 8.
9
neuntöter, 60.
10
Meike Ningel, "Im Zeichen des Neuntöters", SZ 227, 1213/86.
11
Norbert Mecklenburg, "Sprachtrümmerfelder", Neue Züricher Zeitung 138 ( June 18, 1989): 111.
12
Siebenbürgische Sprechübung,73.
13
Siebenbürgische Sprechübung,139.
14
Widerliche Erkenntnis

Ich hab noch nie ein Fenster zerbrochen und noch nie an frischen Toten gerochen.

Ich hab noch nie Schildkröten gegessen und hab noch nie im Kittchen gesessen.

Ich hab noch nie einem Neger die Hand gedrückt und noch nie einen Menschen in den Tod geschickt.

Ich bin noch nie restlos lustig gewesen und habe noch kein albanisches Buch gelesen.

Ich habe noch nie eine Katze erschossen und habe noch nie Überfluß genossen.

Ich habe mich noch nie von innen gesehen und werd-wahrscheinlich-nie Selbstmord begehn.

P.S. (Irgendwann werd ich ganz sicher sterben. Dieser Text kann gekürzt und verändert werden.) [ Hodjak, 132]

15
Karussell

ich bin nicht gebunden, ich bin nicht frei,
ich dreh mich herum wie im kübel ein ei.

-43-

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