Essay aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich Germanistik - Neuere
Deutsche Literatur, Nanjing University (Inst. fur deutsche
Philologie), Veranstaltung: -, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Daniel
Kehlmann, born 1975 in Munich, is one of the most successful and
renowned novelists of contemporary German literature. Mehrens'
essay focuses on intertextual and "intermedial" (i.e. mostly movie)
references within three of Kehlmann's novels including the two
recent ones "Fame" ("Ruhm") and "Measuring the Word" ("Die
Vermessung der Welt"). Extraordinarily amazing is what Mehrens
found out on a real case of alleged insanity in Munich involving a
carpet salesman and his ex-wife, a plot in parts thrillingly
similar to the case of David Mahler, protagonist in the Kehlmann
novel "Mahlers Zeit."
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