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Edición de Juan Cano Ballesta, catedrático emérito de literatura española de los angeles Universidad de Virginia

En Mariano José de Larra, considerado el primer gran periodista español, conviven una imbatible actitud crítica, heredada de los viejos ilustrados de nuestro país, y el apasionamiento romántico. Pocos aspectos de los angeles realidad de l. a. época se escapan a su mirada, y su afilada pluma se ejercita en el escarnio de errores políticos, de vicios privados, de pecados nacionales, de lacras sociales. Sus artículos son piezas modélicas por su desengañada ironía, por su profundidad, por los angeles precisión y elegancia de su estilo, por el acierto en los angeles elección de las anécdotas y por su pericia a los angeles hora de relatarlas.

Esta edición incluye una introducción que contextualiza l. a. obra, un aparato de notas, una cronología y una bibliografía esencial, así como también varias propuestas de discusión y debate en torno a los angeles lectura. Está al cuidado de Juan Cano Ballesta, catedrático emérito de l. a. Universidad de Virginia (EE.UU.).

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The broad characterisation of ‘1968 writer’ is applicable to the West German authors Peter Schneider, Michael Schneider and Joseph von Westphalen, who represent both the political movement and the post-war generation. Their counterparts in the Democratic Republic, in generational terms, are Monika Maron and Thomas Rosenlöcher. Four of the authors originate from the Federal Republic (Michael Schneider, Peter Schneider, Joseph von Westphalen, Walter Jens), three from the Democratic Republic (Stefan Heym, Helga Königsdorf, Thomas Rosenlöcher), and of the remaining two, Rolf Schneider appropriates the ‘Grenzgänger’ position, resident in the East, employed in the West, whilst Monika Maron, originally from the Democratic Republic, had taken up permanent residence in the Federal Republic.

Heym 1989a) By late December 1989 the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung hints at a paradigmatic change in their assessment of writers by publishing Joachim Fest’s influential article ‘Schweigende Wortführer’ (Fest 1989), thus marking the beginning of the end of a brief phase in authorial legitimation. This process of de-legitimisation, which I shall trace in this chapter, can I believe be linked to the gradual rejection of any role for literary authors as ‘Wortführer’. Heym becomes the prime target of attacks because he supposedly represents oppositional writers, and indeed he is defined as the worst example of intellectual ‘failure’.

Heym can of course be considered a ‘VIP author’. In 1990, Königsdorf enjoys limited notoriety in the West German press, whereas Heym virtually vanishes. Three authors (Peter Schneider, Rolf Schneider, Monika Maron) are most visible in the press during 1990, that is to say that the bulk of their writing appears in that year. The remaining author, Walter Jens, proves an important exception as he holds a prominent post in the literary establishment in this period (President of the Akademie der Künste West) and thus is influential, yet restricted by his representative role.

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