Austrian literature

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Austrian literature:

see German literatureGerman literature,
works in the German language by German, Austrian, Austro-Hungarian, and Swiss authors, as well as by writers of German in other countries. Old and Middle High German: From Early to Medieval Literature

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The museum also does an impressive job of representing the dualities of Austrian literature, allowing Kafka's absurdism and Jandl's avant-garde playfulness to butt up against the sobering realities of history; a section of the museum is devoted to those Austrian writers murdered in the Holocaust as well as those who survived the violence.
The Austrian literature emphasizes the problem of relative prices changing when there is a monetary shock (monetary illusion).
Building on the Austrian literature, Zywicki and Stringham (2017, p.
By contrast, Holcombe's book is geared toward those who aren't yet sure whether to invest the time to read the Austrian literature.
By maintaining posts of two assistant professors for Austrian literature and culture in Skopje and Tetovo we strive to assure that both of the great ethnic groups can profit from this cooperation.
Unfortunately, that has led to a relative neglect of deflation in the Austrian literature. Despite some exceptions (Selgin 1997; Horwitz 2000, 2006), not much has been written about the problems associated with deflation.
The work can be very exacting at the best of times, but Rauchbauer noted that in contemporary Austrian literature "there is a strong focus on language.
"Ein Gesprach mit Elfriede Jelinek." Modern Austrian Literature 26:2 (1993): 127-55.
For many Americans, the New York stage adaptation of this early novel was their first introduction to the works of one of Austria's most influential writers of the late twentieth-century, rivaled only by Nobel Prize winner Elfriede Jelinek and the erstwhile enfant terrible of Austrian literature, Peter Handke.

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