The Modern German Novel: A Mid-Twentieth Century Survey

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LIST OF AUTHORS AND WORKS
THIS list of prose narrative works is in general restricted to those titles mentioned in the preceding pages which were first published between 1945 and 1957. Where they are known to be available, titles and dates of English translations and names of the translators are indicated in brackets.
AICHINGER ILSE: Die größere Hoffnung, 1948.
Der Cefesselte, 1953 ( The Bound Man, Eric Mosbacher, 1955).
ALBERS HEINZ: Landung ohne Ankunft, 1957.
ANDRES STEFAN: Wir sind Utopia, 1942 ( We Are Utopia, Cyrus Brook, 1954).
Die Hochzeit der Feinde, 1947.
Ritter der Gerechtigkeit, 1948.
Die Sintflut. Vol. 1, Das Tier aus der Tiefe, 1949; vol. 2, Die Arche, 1951; vol. 3, Dergraue Regenbogen, 1959.
Die Reise nach Portiuncula, 1954.
BECHER JOHANNES R.: Abschied, 1948.
BENDER HANS: Wölfe und Tauben, 1957.
BENN GOTTFRIED: Der Ptolemäer, 1949.
BERGENGRUEN WERNER: Das Beichtsiegel, 1946.
Sternenstand, 1947.
Pelageja, 1947.
Das Feuerzeichen, 1949.
Der letzte Rittmeister, 1952 ( The Last Captain of Horse, Eric Peters, 1953).
Die Rittmeisterin, 1954.
Die Flamme im Säulenholz, 1955.
BÖLL HEINRICH: Der Zug war pünktlich, 1949 ( The Train Was on Time, Richard Graves, 1956).
Wo warst du, Adam, 1950 ( Adam, Where Art Thou?, Mervyn Savill, 1955).
Wanderer, kommst du nach Spa . . . , 1950 ( Traveller, If You Come to Spa, Mervyn Savill, 1956).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • I - The Blurred Edges of Realism 1
  • II - Documentation 16
  • III - Past Time 33
  • IV - The Idyllic Ideal 42
  • V - Irony and Conviction 51
  • VI - 'the Golden Future Time' 62
  • VII - The Observers 72
  • VIII - Surrealism 78
  • IX - The Length of Time 90
  • X - Novel and Short Story 104
  • XI - Summing Up 115
  • Select Bibliography 120
  • List of Authors and Works 123
  • Index 129
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