The image of Luther in the literature of the 21st century
Keywords:imagology, Martin Luther (1483–1546), German literature of the 21st century, Waldtraut Lewin, Richard Böck
The paper focuses on the image of Martin Luther (1483–1546) in two novels of the 21st century: Waldtraut Lewin’s Feuer. Der Luther-Roman (2014) and Richard Böck’s Durchs Feuer hindurch. Ein Luther-Roman (2015). The analysis of the novels, that construct different images of Luther, is in consideration of the authors’ intentions and target audience, and carried out on the narrative, thematic and motivic levels.
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Javor Briški, M. (2018). The image of Luther in the literature of the 21st century. Journal for Foreign Languages, 10(1), 9–24. https://doi.org/10.4312/vestnik.10.9-24
Copyright (c) 2018 Marija Javor Briški
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