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Anglo-German Theatrical Exchange“A sea-change into something rich and strange?”Edited by Rudolf Weiss, Universität Wien, Ludwig Schnauder, Universität Wien, and Dieter Fuchs Universität WienIncludes the essay Jane Eyre on the German Stage by Margarete Rubik.
Rodopi Bv Editions
Series: Internationale Forschungen Zur Allgemeinen Und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft
Publication Date: February 2015
Through the great diversity of topics and methodologies the essays in this volume make a seminal contribution to an under-researched field at the intersection of literary and cultural criticism, comparative literature, and theatre as well as translation studies. The essays cover a wide range of texts from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century. From a broad variety of perspectives the exchange between drama and theatre of the Anglophone and the Germanophone worlds and their mutual influence are explored. While there is a focus on the successful or unsuccessful bridging of the cultural gaps, due consideration is given to the nexus between intercultural translation and mise en scène as well as the intricacies of intermedial reshaping. Always placing the analyses within the political and socio-historical contexts the essays make an innovative contribution to the aesthetics of Anglo-German theatrical exchange as well as to European cultural history.