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Assimilitis. The Realities of Joseph Roth

Isenberg, Bo LU (2014) In Cultural Identities in Europe. Nations and Regions, Migration and Minorities p.197-205
Abstract
The essay presents and discusses the Austrian-Jewish author and journalist Joseph Roth with reference to fundamental sociological problems and concepts. The discussion relates Roth's biography to his texts and relate both to key classical modern experiences as well as intellectual discourses.
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Georg Simmel, sociologi, transmutability, homelessness, assimilitis, sociology, literature, biography, Joseph Roth, modernity
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Cultural Identities in Europe. Nations and Regions, Migration and Minorities
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Nate, Richard and Gutsche, Verena
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197 - 205
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Verlag Königshausen & Neumann
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978-3-8260-5287-3
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English
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