Publication Date

April 2019

Advisor(s)

Ulrich Plass

Major

German Studies, College of Letters

Language

English (United States)

Abstract

This thesis puts the ambition of transnational literature to the test by examining how contemporary authors in Germany adopt literature as a narrative and didactic space to respond to the refugee crisis and the resulting presence of non-assimilated foreigners­––often in need, traumatized, vulnerable––in Germany.

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