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Christa Wolf has been celebrated as one of the most innovative German-speaking post-war writers and is the recipient of many international awards and prizes. Her fiction has also earned her censorship and international criticism. Her prose depicts East and West Germany's path to coming to terms with the influence of the Hitler regime. This study examines her fiction, speeches and essays, illustrating how the trinity of identity, socialization and artistic creativity evolves and manifests itself in her writing.
Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
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