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    Autor und Werk. Wechselwirkungen und Perspektiven

    Autor und Werk

    Special Issue # 3

    Author and work, two basic concepts in modern literature and literary studies, become once again the center of interest in contemporary research. In the wake of this reception, interaction and reciprocity between authors and their work, as well as structures and processes are considered and simultaneously address implicitly or explicitly the mediality and materiality of literature. This special issues explores the relationship and its implications of these two categories ›author‹ and ›work‹.

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    Textpraxis # 15

    In this issue, Jana Wittenzellner presents different conceptions of authorship with regards to the writings of Hildegart Rodriguez. Julian Ingelmann poses the question why the genre short stories dominates German writing forums, while Verena Meis examines parasitic tendencies in Kathrin Rögglas' works.


Textpraxis publishes contributions from all philological disciplines on the topics of literature and society, theories of literary studies and literary studies and practice. Since Textpraxis is an Open Access Journal, all articles are immediately accessible for free.

A new issue of Textpraxis appears every six months. Responses to articles already published are highly appreciated and will be published continuously.

In the spirit of a collaborative scientific understanding, Textpraxis neglects an anonymous peer review process and instead leads reviewers and authors into a productive dialogue. Registered readers can participate in this dialogue through comments once the article has been published.

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