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Guilt-tripping the ‘Implicated Subject’: Widening Rothberg’s Concept of Implication in Reading Müller’s The Hunger Angel

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Juliane Prade-Weiss

Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, DE
About Juliane
Juliane Prade-Weiss is Professor of Comparative Literature at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich. She is author of "Language of Ruin and Consumption: On Lamenting and Complaining" (June 2020), editor of "(M)Other Tongues: Literary Reflexions of a Difficult Distinction" (2013), and has published in English and in German on infantile language, human-animal studies, life writing, multilingualism, exile and migration, reciprocity and violence, as well as participation and complicity.
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Abstract

My response to Michael Rothberg's "Implicated Subject" proposes an opening of the concept so as to include the canonical terms "guilt" and "morality" in reading passages from Herta Müller's novel "The Hunger Angel."
How to Cite: Prade-Weiss, J., 2020. Guilt-tripping the ‘Implicated Subject’: Widening Rothberg’s Concept of Implication in Reading Müller’s The Hunger Angel. Journal of Perpetrator Research, 3(1), pp.42–66. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21039/jpr.3.1.64
Published on 05 May 2020.

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