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»There’s more to the picture / than meets the eye«
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»There’s more to the picture / than meets the eye«

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By means of French, Anglo-American and German texts this article depicts a central similarity in... mehr
»There’s more to the picture / than meets the eye«
By means of French, Anglo-American and German texts this article depicts a central similarity in the way Nine Eleven has been processed in literature, even though the texts exhibit various differences in detail. In contrast to the postmodern challenge to the concept of ›reality‹ on the one hand and the dominance of the visual media on the other,writers such as Beigbeder, DeLillo, Lehr and Goetz react by emphasizing the logic of fictional narration. Real-life incidents, especially visual ones, are incorporated into the literary discourse, that is, they are rewritten and therefore they claim an aesthetic autonomy that is opposed both to the idea of reality and to the epistemic and aesthetic primacy of (public) visual media.
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    • Ingo Irsigler
    • Dr. Ingo Irsigler ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Neuere Literatur und Medien der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
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    • Christoph Jürgensen
    • Dr. Christoph Jürgensen ist Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität Göttingen im Projekt Geschichtslyrik der Arbeitsgruppe zur Poetik lyrischer Literatur (Leitung: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Heinrich Detering).
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