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Revolting Families
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Acknowledgements Introduction 1 Trauma, Neurosis, and the Postwar Family: Dieter Wellershoff's Politics of Reading 2 Repression, Disgust, and Adolescent Memories: Rolf Dieter Brinkmann's Ethics of Textual Freedom 3 Consumption, Vertigo, and Childhood Visions: Gisela Elsner's Grotesque Repetitions as Resistance 4 Discipline, Love, and Authoritative Childrearing: Renate Rasp's Satire as Pedagogical Tool Conclusion Works Cited Index

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Carrie Smith-Prei is an associate professor of German Studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta.

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'Smith-Prei has produced a very valuable contribution to the scholarship of the body and its representation in 1960s prose and has extended important critical attention to texts that, to differing degrees, have been marginalized.' -- Harry Louis Roddy Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies vol 51:03:2015

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