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Ulrike Zitzlsperger

contributions. The genre has not been able to keep its momentum after the fall of Communism. John Littlejohn, ‘Krautrock—the Development of a Movement’ (63–84) focusses on the element of experimentation and introduces a range of representative artists, among them Tangerine Dream, Early Kraftwerk, Faust and Can

Lisa Sheppard

Communism and his Christianity. As well as casting some of his poetry in a new light, the volume offers a detailed account the religious and political backdrop against which he wrote. At the back of the volume, one can find reproductions of some of his most famous speeches and essays. 6 Twenty-First Century

of Mathematical Linguistics PBSA , Publications of the Bibliographical Society of America PC , Problems of Communism PCG , Problemi di Critica Goldoniana PCLS , Proceedings of the Chicago Linguistic Society PCP , Pacific CoastP hilology PD , Probleme der Dichtung, Heidelberg, Winter PDA , Pagine

Deirdre Kelly

shaped both national and international perspectives on the experience of communism, the figure of the Spanish communist, and the (in)existence of a communist ontology. The articles focus mainly on literature (by Rafael Alberti, Max Aub, and Manuel Vázquez Montalbán), politics (Santiago Carrillo and the

John Whittaker

Zhen, ‘Balzac dans les revues littéraires chinoises entre 1917 et 1937’ (145–152), going beyond the dates in the title to describe the three stages of B .’s increasing popularity, how he was discovered in the early 20th c., how with the rise of communism he became a favoured writer, a stage which