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Representing the "Good German" in Literature and Culture after 1945
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Introduction: Finding the "Good German" Re-Presenting the Good Citizen: Philosophical Reflections - Maeve Cooke "Goerings glorreichste Gunstlinge": The Portrayal of Wilhelm Furtwangler and Gustaf Grundgens as Good Germans in the West German Media since 1945 - Karina von Lindeiner-Strasky From Hitler's Champion to German of the Century: On the Representation and Re-invention of Max Schmeling - Jon Hughes Wilhelm Krutzfeld and Other "Good" Constables in Police Station 16 in Hackescher Markt - Eoin Bourke The "Good German" between Silence and Artistic Deconstruction of an Inhumane World: Johannes Bobrowski's "Mausefest" and "Der Tanzer Malige" - Sabine Egger Saints and Sinners: The Good German and Her Others in Heinrich Boell's Gruppenbild mit Dame - Matthias Uecker Being Human: Good Germans in Postwar German Film - Christiane Schoenfeld "The Banality of Good"? Good Nazis in Contemporary German Film - Alexandra Ludewig Memories of Good and Evil in Sophie Scholl -- Die letzten Tage - Coman Hamilton Deconstructing the "Good German" in French Best-Sellers Published in the Aftermath of the Second World War - Manuel Braganca Macbeth, Not Henry V: Shakespearean Allegory in the Construction of Vercors's "Good German" - Kevin De Ornellas A Good Irish German: In Praise of Hugo Hamilton's Mother - Joachim Fischer Shades of Gray: The Beginnings of the Postwar Moral Compromise in Joseph Kanon's The Good German - Pol O Dochartaigh Filmography Index

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