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Constructing and Deconstructing National Identity
Dramatic Discourse in Tom Murphy's "The Patriot Game" and Felix Mitterer's "In der Loewengrube"729Skickas inom 3-6 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.The aim of this study was to expose the constructed nature of national identity in two dramatic texts: The Patriot Game (1991) by Irish playwright Tom Murphy and In der Loewengrube (1989) by his Austrian counterpart Felix Mitterer. Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach combining linguistics, literature, history and cultural studies, this thesis looked at similarities and dissimilarities in the construction and deconstruction of national identity in the two plays. Ruth Wodak et al.'s linguistic approach developed in the work on Critical Discourse Analysis describing the construction of national identity in non-literary texts provided a framework, which has been modified for the analysis of the two dramatic texts under consideration.
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The Author: Birgit Ryschka, born in Leibnitz (Austria), studied German, Philosophy, Psychology and Educational Science at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz. In 2007, she received her doctorate in comparative literature from the University of Limerick (Ireland), where she has taught German in the Department of Languages and Cultural Studies for several years.
Contents: Historical Context: The Emerging of National Identity in Ireland and Austria in the Early Twentieth Century - The Role of Drama in the Construction of National Identity - Searching for the Soul: Tom Murphy and Felix Mitterer - Dramatic Discourse - Tom Murphy: The Patriot Game - Felix Mitterer: In der Loewengrube - Reconstructing National Identity in Drama: In der Loewengrube and The Patriot Game Compared.