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La Valse & Foreign (Suny Series, Women Writers in Translation)

Reichart, Elisabeth

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ISBN 10: 079144774X / ISBN 13: 9780791447741
Verlag: State University of New York Press, Albany, 2000
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Titel: La Valse & Foreign (Suny Series, Women ...

Verlag: State University of New York Press, Albany

Erscheinungsdatum: 2000

Einband: Paperback

Zustand:Very Good

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Elisabeth Reichart is one of the most important and provocative writers to emerge from postwar Austria. This book includes a translation of La Valse, a collection of short stories in which Reichart directs her critical gaze at the hidden power struggles and unacknowledged hierarchies that dehumanize interpersonal relations. In the title story, the narrator, raped as a child by her father, spins wildly to Ravel's "La Valse" until she falls from dizziness, suggesting the will to escape patriarchal abuse, but also the difficulty of such an attempt. Each of the subsequent stories follows the movements of a waltz gone brutally awry.

Also offered here is Foreign, Reichart's first stage piece which dramatizes the struggles of a woman who refused to fall silent, who continued to write in the face of complete powerlessness. The work is based on the historical figure Helene von Druskowitz, a female Wunderkind, who wrote prolifically, usually under a pseudonym, one of which was "Foreign." A classical example of the "madwoman in the attic," her genius earned her not recognition but internment in an insane asylum, where she remained until her death twenty-seven years later.

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Elisabeth Reichart was born in 1953 near Linz in Upper Austria. She became instantly well known upon publication of her bestselling first novel, Februarschatten (1984; translated in 1985 as February Shadows). Since then, she has written numerous novels, short stories, and dramatic works, and has received many of Austria's most prestigious literary prizes, including most recently the Musil-Stipendium and the Würdigungspreis. Linda C. DeMeritt is Professor of German in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages at Allegheny College. She is the author of German Grammar and New Subjectivity and Prose Forms of Alienation: Peter Handke and Botho Strauss.

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