Comparative Central European Culture. Ed. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, forthcoming in January 2002. ISBN 1-55753-240-0. 217 pages, bibliography, index. Paper, US$ 24.95.
Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, "Comparative Cultural Studies and the Study of Central European Culture"
Andrea Fábry, "A Comparative View of Modernism in Central European Literature"
Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, "Radnóti, Celan, and Aesthetic Shifts in Central European Holocaust Poetry"
Anikó Imre, "Comparative Central European Culture: Gender in Literature and Film"
Peter Petro, "Austroslovakism in Anton Hykisch’s Novel about Maria Theresa"
Hana Pichova, "Milan Kundera and the Identity of Central Europe"
Katherine Arens, "Politics, History, and Public Intellectuals in Central Europe after 1989"
Catherine Portuges, "Comparative Central European Culture: Austrian and Hungarian Cinema Today"
Roumiana Deltcheva, "Comparative Central European Culture: Displacements and Peripheralities"
Susan Rubin Suleiman, "Central Europe, Jewish Family History, and Sunshine"
Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, "Selected Bibliography for the Study of Central European Culture"
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