Articles by Stephanie Bird

  • Er gab mir, was äußerst ungewöhnlich war, zum Abschied die Hand’: On Touch and Tact in W.G. Sebald’s Austerlitz and Die Ausgewanderten. In Journal of European Studies, ed. by Richard Sheppard, Vol 41, December 2011, pp. 359-375. 
  • 'The Funny Side of Fassbinder: From Melodramatic Vicious Circles to Comic Double Vision', in The Modern Language Review, Vol 105, No. 4, October 2010.
  • 'Death, Being, and Woman: Ingeborg Bachmann’s Literary Refiguring of the Tragic Mode', in Women and Death 3: Women’s Representations of Death in German Culture since 1500, ed. by Clare Bielby and Anna Richards (London: Camden House, 2010)
  • 'Malina', in Landmarks in the German Novel (2), ed. by Peter Hutchinson and Michael Minden (Peter Lang, 2009), pp. 25-42.
  • 'Nachum der Weise. On Storytelling, Eyes and Misunderstanding in Alfred Doeblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz, in Alfred Doeblin: Beyond the Alexanderplatz, ed. by Ernest Schonfield and Steffan Davies (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009).
  • 'Scham, Beschämung und Gesellschaftskritik in Gottfried Kellers „Martin Salander“ und Wilhelm Raabes „Stopfkuchen“' in Jahrbuch der Raabe-Gesellschaft 2008, ed. by Dirk Goettsche and Ulf-Michael Schneider, (Tuebingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2008): 48-65.
  • 'Ingeborg Bachmann' in Landmarks in German Women's Writing, ed. by Hilary Brown. Peter Lang, 2007, pp. 155-172.
  • ‘Norbert Elias, the Confusions of Törleß and the Ethics of Shamelessness.’ Uncivilizing Processes? Excess and Transgression in German Society and Culture: Perspectives Debating with Norbert Elias ed. by Mary Fulbrook (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007): 203-23.
  • ‘Masochism and its limits in Robert Musil’s “Die Vollendung der Liebe.”’ in The Modern Language Review, Volume 100, No 3, July 2005, pp 709-722.
  • ‘Considering Ethics in the Short Prose of Anne Duden.’ Anne Duden. A Revolution of Words. Approaches to her fiction, poetry and essays, ed. by Heike Bartel and Elizabeth Boa (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi Press, 2003): 62-71.
  • ‘The Holocaust and the Representation of the Female Subject in Ingeborg Bachmann’s Malina and Anne Duden’s Das Judasschaf.’ Representing the German Nation ed. by Mary Fulbrook and Martin Swales (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000): 136-154.
  • ‘Desire and Complicity in Anne Duden’s Das Judasschaf.’ The Modern Language Review Vol 93 No. 3 (July 1998): 741-753.
  • ‘“What matters who’s speaking?” Identity, Experience and Problems with Feminism in Ingeborg Bachmann’s Malina’. Gender and Politics in Austrian Fiction. Austrian Studies No. 7, ed. by Ritchie Robertson and Edward Timms (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1996): 150-165.
  • ‘Kein Ort Nirgends. A Place for Feminist Deconstruction?’ Forum for Modern Languages Studies Vol xxxi No. 4 (1995).

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