JOURNAL OF AUSTRIAN STUDIES 47:4 Jandl purportedly embraces in his poetry through reference to the man's severe depressions, mixing life and work, biography and aesthetics. Only a work that achieves truly memorable status is worth objecting to in such detail. The reservations registered here are accordingly meant as a kind of tribute, for this history will be indispensable in every library and private collection for at least a generation to come. A remarkable achievement. Vincent Kling La Salle University Johanna Drynda and Marta Wimmer, eds., Neue Stimmen aus Österreich: 11 Einblicke in die Literatur der Jahrtausendwende. Studien zur Germanistik, Skandinavistik und Übersetzungskultur 8. Edited by Stefan H. Kaszyski, Andrzej Katny, and Maria Krystofiak. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2013. 148 pp. The high quality of this volume will not surprise experienced readers of the work of Polish Germanists, who have long been recognized for their carefully nurtured tradition of scholarship and criticism. They join Austrian colleagues here to present informed and carefully argued essays offering astute insights into not only well established authors--Elfriede Jelinek, Kathryn Röggla, Julya Rabinowich, Vladimir Vertlieb, for example, and Clemens J. Setz, who has emerged more recently--but also into the work of writers who have been
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