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To what extent does the nostalgic tone of some German film post-1989 facilitate a 'coming-to-terms' with the subject of the GDR past and provide the basis for a new form of cultural memory in the unified Germany? Discuss with reference to 'Good Bye, Lenin!' and 'Sonnenallee'.

Citation: Lazić, Ivan (2009) To what extent does the nostalgic tone of some German film post-1989 facilitate a 'coming-to-terms' with the subject of the GDR past and provide the basis for a new form of cultural memory in the unified Germany? Discuss with reference to 'Good Bye, Lenin!' and 'Sonnenallee'. Masters thesis, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies.

A dissertation submitted as part-fulfilment of the requirements of the MA in Cultural Memory at the IGRS, 2008-9.

Creators: Lazić, Ivan and
Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
History
Keywords: Germany, Film, Cultural memory
Divisions: Centre for Cultural Memory Studies
Institute of Modern Languages Research
Collections: Dissertation
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Dates:
  • 24 November 2009 (published)
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