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Initially provided at a September 2001 symposium held on the U. of Nottingham, the 20 papers during this assortment disguise points of German and crucial eu tradition from the 1770s to the Nineteen Nineties, together with narrative, theater, poetry, images, and sundry countercultural institutional and theoretical tasks. assurance contains the past due- 18th

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Post-1945 Acknowledgement of Dystopia After 1945 the Romanies were no longer officially persecuted. But does this mean that they ceased to be part of a counter-cultural group? The fact that some forty years after the end of the war many Gypsies had still not received compensation from the German and Austrian governments was proof enough of the continuity of anti-Gypsyism. In cultural terms Romanies still do not form part of the dominant discourse and are marginalised. 11 One of the very first literary works to mark the dystopia of the Gypsies is his Erzählung entitled Abschied von Sidonie (1989) (later made into a successful film by director Karin Brandauer) which has been hailed as iconic and the ‘Anne Frank of the Romany world’.

Here is another prerequisite of the counter-culture of Sturm und Drang. 6 The case of Sulzer’s oeuvre proves the anthropological dimension of the invention of aesthetics (see Riedel), an invention which is not just a chapter in the history of the arts, but is a turning point in intellectual history marking a fundamental change in the conception of human beings and their emotional capacities. Gustav Frank 36 Constraints in Sturm und Drang Worlds A closer look at its literary texts, however, reveals boundaries specific to Sturm und Drang.

But does this mean that they ceased to be part of a counter-cultural group? The fact that some forty years after the end of the war many Gypsies had still not received compensation from the German and Austrian governments was proof enough of the continuity of anti-Gypsyism. In cultural terms Romanies still do not form part of the dominant discourse and are marginalised. 11 One of the very first literary works to mark the dystopia of the Gypsies is his Erzählung entitled Abschied von Sidonie (1989) (later made into a successful film by director Karin Brandauer) which has been hailed as iconic and the ‘Anne Frank of the Romany world’.

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