This volume, co-edited by Dr. Helen Finch (German) and Lynn L. Wolff, presents new ways of thinking about German literature "after the Holocaust"
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The second German Screen Studies Network (GSSN) symposium will take place at the University of Leeds. Starts at 1:00 am.
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Nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature in Portuguese, specifically with respect to the historical and intellectual contexts in both Portuguese and wider European literary traditions
Mature student Parveen chose her course because of her 'love of the Arabic language' and her desire to 'understand important Islamic texts'. She is now looking forward to starting an MA in translation