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Neumarkt, P. (1985). Das zerstörte Bild des modernen Meeschen in Günter Grass' Roman »Die Blechtrommel«. Psyche – Z Psychoanal., 39(7):648-663.

(1985). Psyche – Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 39(7):648-663

Das zerstörte Bild des modernen Meeschen in Günter Grass' Roman »Die Blechtrommel«

Paul Neumarkt

Translated by:
Michael Schröter

Oskar Matzerath, der Held in Grass' Roman, repräsentiert »das zerstörte Bild des Menschen, anklagend, herausfordernd, zeitlos und dennoch den Wahnsinn unseres Jahrhunderts ausdrückend« (Grass). Oskar ist der Prototyp der Nachkriegsgeneration, die es satt hatte, ihr Leben lang »einen Vater mit sich herumschleppen zu müssen« (Grass), darüber hinaus der Prototyp des westlichen Menschen, das allumfassende Syndrom »nostalgischer Regression«.

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