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Edited by: Prof. Dr. Annegret Heitmann und Prof. Dr. Joachim Schiedermair

The series entitled ‘Nordica’ offers up-to-date literary studies contributions to Scandinavian studies in the form of monographs and anthologies. Since it was founded in the year 2000, the series has established itself above all as a forum for discussion and the application of cultural and media studies approaches to new Scandinavian studies. ‘Nordica’ offers its readers the chance to follow recent developments in interdisciplinary theory and methods with innovative reading matter on literature, film and other media from northern Europe. Interdisciplinary networking, the relevance of literary studies in general for Scandinavian studies and the significance of Scandinavian cultural heritage for interdisciplinary literature studies are important in this respect. Accordingly, the series has already published studies on the definitive authors of Nordic literature such as Strindberg, Ibsen, Hamsun and Inger Christensen, on Scandinavian contemporary and youth literature, which is widely read internationally, and also on the relation between text and pictures, and literature and radio or jazz.

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Hanna Eglinger (Ed.)

Literarische Irrtümer


Series: Nordica, Vol. 26

Rombach Wissenschaft, Baden-Baden

Annegret Heitmann

»The Whole World«


Series: Nordica, Vol. 27

Rombach Wissenschaft, Baden-Baden