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Walter Kempowski's Collection

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 December 2008

Peter Fritzsche
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University of Illinois

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Copyright © Conference Group for Central European History of the American Historical Association 2002

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References

I would like to thank Matti Bunzl, Harry Liebersohn, and Joe Perry for their perceptive comments on this essay.

1. Kempowski, Walter, “Statt eines Vorworts,” Das Echolot: Ein kollektives Tagebuch (Munich, 1993), vol. 1.Google Scholar

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5. Quoted in Damiano, Carla Ann, “Montage as Exposure: A Critical Analysis of Walter Kempowski's ‘Das Echolot,’” (Ph.D diss., University of Oregon, 1998), 94.Google Scholar

6. See Ursula von Kardoff, for example, in Kempowski, Das Echolot: Ein kollektives Jahrbuch, 1:328, 1:499. This was already noted by Jörg Drews, “Die Toten sind nicht wirklich tot: Zu Walter Kempowskis literarischem Memorial Das Echolot,” in idem, ed., Vergangene Gegenwart — Gegenwärtige Vergangenheit: Studien, Polemiken, und Laudationes zur deutschsprachigen Literatur 1960–1994 (Bielefeld, 1994), 230.Google Scholar

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11. See also the motif of the small wooden cart in 1945 photographs analyzed by Barnouw, Dagmar in Germany 1945: Views of War and Violence (Bloomington, 1996), 95.Google Scholar

12. Walter Kempowski, interview with Jandl, Paul, “Deutsches Domino,” Der Standard (Vienna), 26 11 1993Google Scholar, cited in Damiano, “Montage as Exposure,” 20.

13. Kempowski, , Das Echolot: Ein kollektives Tagebuch, 1:142.Google Scholar

14. Damiano, “Montage as Exposure.”