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"--dass einer mit sich selbst identisch wird": zur Identitätsproblematik in Max Frischs Werk

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dc.contributor.advisor Misch, M.K.E. en Kohl, Martha Elisabeth Bärbel en 2009-08-25T10:47:13Z 2009-08-25T10:47:13Z 2009-08-25T10:47:13Z 2002-01-01 en
dc.description Text in German
dc.description.abstract Max Frisch's work centres around the question of authenticity of the individual, of true self-identity. It is difficult and problematic if ever possible to discover the true inner self. Stereotypical thinking, prejudice as well as societal demands, rules and norms are great obstacles in the way for attaining this goal. Frisch's protagonists fail in one or another way. The emphasis lies therefore not in the answer but rests on the questions as to why and how failure occurred and contemplate possible alternatives. The message is: the task is arduous, never completed. The goal lies in the process rather than in the end. It is a continuous struggle, appraisal and renewal resulting in raising awareness and consciousness and thus find more true and independent solutions. Frisch's work is an appeal to the public to take charge, to exercise one's choices wisely and to act with love and responsibility en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (103 leaves)
dc.language.iso de en
dc.subject Identity en
dc.subject Autheticity
dc.subject Self-awareness
dc.subject Self-consciousdness
dc.subject Role
dc.subject Image
dc.subject Norm
dc.subject Prejudice
dc.subject Stereotype
dc.subject Critical thinking
dc.subject Reality
dc.subject Problem of identity
dc.subject Incident
dc.subject.ddc 838.91409
dc.subject.lcsh Frisch, Max, 1911-1991 -- Criticism and interpretation
dc.subject.lcsh Identity (Philosophical concept) in literature
dc.subject.lcsh Self in literature
dc.title "--dass einer mit sich selbst identisch wird": zur Identitätsproblematik in Max Frischs Werk en
dc.type Dissertation en
dc.description.department Classics & Modern European Languages en M. A. (German) en

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