<i>Winning Back Lost Territory: The Writing of Lilian Faschinger</i> ed. by Vincent Kling, Laura McLary (review)

Winning Back Lost Territory: The Writing of Lilian Faschinger ed. by Vincent Kling, Laura... Reviews | 141 years. Lützeler writes, “Schließlich interpretieren die Germanist_innen Dich weltweit nach allen Regeln der prä- feministischen, trans- strukturalistischen, inter- modernen, post- textuellen und super- sexuellen Art mit allen 177 ‘turns,’ die es in den letzten 177 Tagen gegeben hat” (262). Th e fl exible and open nature of this book is itself an homage to Frischmuth’s writings. According to the comments by Silvano Ciminti, “Denn die literarischen Enden bei Frischmuth [  .  .  .  ] verstehen sich nicht als Schlusspunkt, als Erlösung, sondern vielmer als Auff orderung zum Weitermachen. Die Wandlungen sind nicht linear zu denken, sondern als sich nach oben hin bewegende, sich durch das Erleben erweiternde spiralförmige Kreise: unvollendet, reizvoll” (163). Pamela S. Saur Lamar University Vincent Kling and Laura McLary, eds., Winning Back Lost Territory: Th e Writing of Lilian Faschinger. Riverside: Ariadne Press, 2014. 313 pp. Vincent Kling and Laura McLary’s study of Lilian Faschinger’s work ta- kes its title from an interview between McLary and this Austrian author. Its writeup comprises the fi nal chapter of the monograph. Comparing herself to Scheherazade from One Th ousand and One Arabian Nights, Faschinger tells McLary that she has long writt en fi ction in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Austrian Studies University of Nebraska Press

<i>Winning Back Lost Territory: The Writing of Lilian Faschinger</i> ed. by Vincent Kling, Laura McLary (review)

Journal of Austrian Studies, Volume 51 (1) – Jul 20, 2018

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Reviews | 141 years. Lützeler writes, “Schließlich interpretieren die Germanist_innen Dich weltweit nach allen Regeln der prä- feministischen, trans- strukturalistischen, inter- modernen, post- textuellen und super- sexuellen Art mit allen 177 ‘turns,’ die es in den letzten 177 Tagen gegeben hat” (262). Th e fl exible and open nature of this book is itself an homage to Frischmuth’s writings. According to the comments by Silvano Ciminti, “Denn die literarischen Enden bei Frischmuth [  .  .  .  ] verstehen sich nicht als Schlusspunkt, als Erlösung, sondern vielmer als Auff orderung zum Weitermachen. Die Wandlungen sind nicht linear zu denken, sondern als sich nach oben hin bewegende, sich durch das Erleben erweiternde spiralförmige Kreise: unvollendet, reizvoll” (163). Pamela S. Saur Lamar University Vincent Kling and Laura McLary, eds., Winning Back Lost Territory: Th e Writing of Lilian Faschinger. Riverside: Ariadne Press, 2014. 313 pp. Vincent Kling and Laura McLary’s study of Lilian Faschinger’s work ta- kes its title from an interview between McLary and this Austrian author. Its writeup comprises the fi nal chapter of the monograph. Comparing herself to Scheherazade from One Th ousand and One Arabian Nights, Faschinger tells McLary that she has long writt en fi ction in

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