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Locating the Other: "...the Stream of Information, Data, and Stories Will Not Stop": Interview with Sabine Scholl

Locating the Other: "...the Stream of Information, Data, and Stories Will Not Stop": Interview... The interview with Sabine Scholl was held in December 2004. The Austrian-born writer speaks of her European identity and her notion of <i>Heimat</i> that she developed during many extensive stays abroad. She outlines her literary work in which she attempts to show the construction of body identity in relation to a foreign other as well as the interconnectedness of foreign cultures and subcultures and their transformative power in history within dominant national cultures. In addition, she addresses her particular writing style in which she places fact, myth, and science fiction side by side, especially in her novel <i>Die geheimen Aufzeichnungen der Marina</i>. Finally, she reveals deatils about her writing projects in progress. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Women in German Yearbook: Feminist Studies in German Literature & Culture uni_neb

Locating the Other: "...the Stream of Information, Data, and Stories Will Not Stop": Interview with Sabine Scholl

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University of Nebraska Press
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1940-512X

Abstract

The interview with Sabine Scholl was held in December 2004. The Austrian-born writer speaks of her European identity and her notion of <i>Heimat</i> that she developed during many extensive stays abroad. She outlines her literary work in which she attempts to show the construction of body identity in relation to a foreign other as well as the interconnectedness of foreign cultures and subcultures and their transformative power in history within dominant national cultures. In addition, she addresses her particular writing style in which she places fact, myth, and science fiction side by side, especially in her novel <i>Die geheimen Aufzeichnungen der Marina</i>. Finally, she reveals deatils about her writing projects in progress.

Journal

Women in German Yearbook: Feminist Studies in German Literature & Cultureuni_neb

Published: Oct 13, 2010

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