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Literatur Kanadas Die Andere Nord Amerikanische Literatur

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Zusammenfassung

Am Anfang steht die Frage, wie man sich die ›andere nordamerikanische Literatur‹ vorstellen soll und wie sie darzustellen ist. Anders ist sie ohne Zweifel in ihren Texten, ihrer historischen Entwicklung, ihrem Selbstbild — anders aber auch, weil sie sich stets im Bewußtsein des Andersseins entwickelt hat, im Bewußtsein des Nicht-Amerikanischen, Noch-Nicht-Amerikanischen oder des ausdrücklich Gegen-Amerikanischen. Das Problem der Alterität wird uns also beschäftigen müssen, ohne daß es den Blick auf die autonome Eigenständigkeit der kanadischen Literatur verstellen soll. Die hier angeschnittene Frage nach dem Verhältnis zur amerikanischen Literatur gehört zu einem umfangreicheren Fragenkomplex: aus welchem Blickwinkel sollen wir die kanadische Literatur betrachten? Als Gegenstück zur amerikanischen Literatur, als britisch geprägte Klientenliteratur, als Teilgebiet dessen, was man in jüngster Zeit gern als ›neue Literaturen in englischer Sprache‹ bezeichnet, oder aber als eigenständige Nationalliteratur?

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