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Digital narrative conventions in heritage trail mobile apps
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There is a gap between academic research themes/trends and how digital narrative is actually being communicated in the current market, and this article aims to inform the future development of heritage trail apps by including a list of design and content features common to this genre. Expand
Translating survival, translation as survival in Primo Levi's "Se questo è un uomo"
By way of Primo Levi's Se questo e un uomo (If this is a Man) this article discusses the challenges in translating Holocaust literature. On the one hand, the translation of witnessing ‘limit events’Expand
On the awful German fairy tale: Breaking taboos in representations of Nazi Euthanasia and the Holocaust in Gunter Grass's Die Blechtrommel, Edgar Hilsenrath's Der Nazi & der Friseur, and Anselm
(ProQuest Information and Learning: ... denotes non-USACCII text omitted) Among those representations of the Holocaust in literature, painting, cartoon, and film that share the characteristic ofExpand
Blasphemy and sacrilege in the novel of magic realism: Grass, Bulgakov, and Rushdie
Fortunately, at times in which the right to freedom of speech is threatened, there are artists who remind us of that right. In the face of those telling us that we ought to stand united behind ourExpand
Gypsies and Jews as Wolves in Realist Fiction
In nineteenth-century literature, the wolf metaphor undergoes a shift from its religious and moral contextualization to a paradigm by which the presence of minorities who were perceived asExpand
Wilhelm Raabe's «Der Hungerpastor» and Charles Dickens's «David Copperfield»: Intertextuality of Two Bildungsromane
Der Hungerpastor (1864-65) is Wilhelm Raabe's most popular novel. This monograph shows how Raabe borrowed much of the plot and characters from Charles Dickens's best-selling David CopperfieldExpand
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