The Long Aftermath
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The Long Aftermath

Cultural Legacies of Europe at War, 1936-2016
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ISBN-13:
9781782381549
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Seiten:
406
Autor:
Manuel Bragança
Serie:
17, Contemporary European History
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PDF
eBook Format:
Web PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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In its totality, the “Long Second World War”—extending from the beginning of the Spanish Civil War to the end of hostilities in 1945—has exerted enormous influence over European culture. Bringing together leading historians, sociologists, and literary and film scholars, this broadly interdisciplinary volume investigates Europeans’ individual and collective memories and the ways in which they have shaped the continent’s cultural heritage. Focusing on the major combatant nations—Spain, Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, and Russia—it offers thoroughly contextualized explorations of novels, memoirs, films, and a host of other cultural forms to illuminate European public memory.

List of Illustrations    
Acknowledgements

Foreword: Between World Wars: Remembering War in Europe before 1945
Richard Overy


Introduction: The Long Aftermath of the Long Second World War
Manuel Bragança and Peter Tame


PART I: SPAIN


Chapter 1. Violence and the History and Memory of the Spanish Civil War: Beyond the Crisis of Inherited Narrative Frameworks
Pablo Sánchez León


Chapter 2. Poetry and Silence in Post-Civil War Spain: Carmen Conde, Lucía Sánchez Saornil and Pilar de Valderrama
Jean Andrews


Chapter 3. On Civil-War Memory in Spanish Women’s Narratives: The Example of Cristina Fernández Cubas’ Cosas que ya no existen
Alison Ribeiro de Menezes


PART II: THE UNITED KINGDOM


Chapter 4. Narrating Britain’s War: A ‘Four Nations and More’ Approach to the People’s War
Daniel Travers and Paul Ward


Chapter 5. ‘Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans’: the Representation of Germans in British Second World War Films
Robert Murphy


Chapter 6. Memory and Nation in British Narratives of the Second World War after 1945
Mark Rawlinson


PART III: FRANCE


Chapter 7. A Capital Problem: The Town of Vichy, the Second World War, and the Politics of Identity
Kirrily Freeman


Chapter 8. Tracking the Past in the Places and Spaces of Patrick Modiano’s Early Fiction
Peter Tame


Chapter 9. Vercors and the Second World War
Cristina Solé-Castells


PART IV: GERMANY


Chapter 10. Reconstructing D-Day Memory: How Contemporary Politics made Germans Victims of the War
Harold J. Goldberg


Chapter 11. Memories of World War II in German Film after 1945
Christiane Schönfeld


Chapter 12. Ilse Aichinger’s Novel The Greater Hope. Poetic Narrative to Deal with Trauma
Marko Pajević


PART V: ITALY


Chapter 13. Victimhood Asserted: Italian Memories of World War II
Richard J. B. Bosworth


Chapter 14. Re-picturing the Myth: American Characters in Post-War Popular Italian Cinema
Daniela Treveri Gennari


Chapter 15. Italian Resistance Writing in the Years of the ‘Second Republic’
Philip Cooke


PART VI: POLAND


Chapter 16. The Second World War in Present-Day Polish Memory and Politics
Andrzej Paczkowski


Chapter 17. Wounded Memory. Rhetorical Strategies Used in Public Discourse on the Katyń Massacre
Urszula Jarecka


Chapter 18. The Second World War in Recent Polish Counterfactual and Alternative (Hi)stories
Marzena Sokołowska-Paryż


PART VII: USSR / RUSSIA


Chapter 19. History Politics and the Changing Meaning of Victory Day in Contemporary Russia
Markku Kangaspuro


Chapter 20. War and Patriotism: Russian War Films and the Lessons for Today
David Gillespie


Chapter 21. Russian Fiction at War
Greg Carleton


Afterword: Memories of War: From the Sacred to the Secular
Jay Winter


Index

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