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Title: The Tash her Father Wore: World Literature, Joyce, Kafka and the Invisible in Kemal Kurt's <i>Ja, sagt Molly</i>
Other Titles: Crossing Frontiers. Cultural Exchange and Conflict
Author: MC GOWAN, MORAY
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/mcgowamn
Keywords: German literature
Comparative literature
literature and migration
Turkish-German writing
Joyce reception
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Rodopi
Citation: The Tash her Father Wore: World Literature, Joyce, Kafka and the Invisible in Kemal Kurt's <i>Ja, sagt Molly</i>, Barbara Burns and Joy Charnley, Crossing Frontiers. Cultural Exchange and Conflict, Amsterdam & New York, Rodopi, 2010, 42 - 53, Moray McGowan
Abstract: This article studies the Turkish-German writer Kemal Kurt’s Ja, sagt Molly (1998) [‘Yes, says Molly’], an ironic meta-fiction to which little critical attention has been paid. Kurt questions the representation of Turks as untutored aspirants to Western culture and challenges the traditional images of exclusion and discrimination. Through a study of his use of pastiche and references to World Literature, in particular to Joyce’s Ulysses (1922), this article demonstrates the importance of Kurt as a commentator on the ambiguous place of Turkey in Europe and of Turkish-Germans in German culture.
Description: PUBLISHED
Amsterdam & New York
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/40183
ISSN: 978-90-420-2997-2
Appears in Collections:Germanic Studies (Scholarly Publications)

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