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|Title||Imagining Mass Dictatorships: The Individual and the Masses in Literature and Cinema|
|Full-text||Full text is not available in this archive|
|Publication/Series||Mass Dictatorship in the 20th Century|
|Volume||#5 in book series "Mass Dictatorship in the 20th Century"|
|Editor||Michael Schoenhals, Karin Sarsenov|
|Abstract||Imagining Mass Dictatorship is the fifth volume in the ‘Mass Dictatorship’ series launched by Hanyang University's Research Institute of Comparative History and Culture and published by Palgrave. It sees twelve Swedish and Korean scholars, theorists, and historians of fiction and non-fiction probe the literary subject of life in 20th century mass dictatorships. Generously defined, the ‘literary’ in this context covers a wide spectrum of narrative forms, ranging from the commercial television documentary to popular crime fiction, and from digitally restored amateur film on DVD to the Nobel Prize winning novel.|
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|Keywords||masses, Dictatorship, media, literature, fiction, film, 20th century history|
|Research group||FOLIO - Forum för litteraturens offentligheter|
|Additional info||Schoenhals (Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University) is one of two co-editors of this volume. The volume's other editor is Dr. Karin Sarsenov (Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University, Sweden).|
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