Berliner Spaziergange : Literatur, Architektur und Film
Berliner Spaziergange: Architektur, Literatur und Film offers a virtual walk through German history since Berlin in its many historical and architectural districts offers a condensed version of German history. The six walking tours in the book contain excerpts from various texts inform students about the neighborhood and time period they represent. Each historical section begins with a description and explanations related to principal Berlin buildings in that neighborhood. The sections also provide summaries, excerpts, interpretations, and exercises about literary texts that explore the neighborhood. The third part of each section consists of a movie summary along with a script excerpt from a key scene. There are also some maps which outline the different Berlin neighborhoods mentioned in the book
- Paperback | 228 pages
- 175.26 x 251.46 x 12.7mm | 408.23g
- 31 May 2009
- Focus Publishing/R Pullins & Co
- MA, United States
- English, German
Back cover copy
For intermediate courses in departments of German with a focus on Berlin, Berlin culture, German culture, taught in German.
About Reinhard K. Zachau
Reinhard Zachau (Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh) is Professor of German at the University of the South. His research includes the literature of Weimar Germany, exile literature, East German literature, and on post-1945 West German culture and literature. For the Consortium of German in the Southeast, he organizes and frequently directs "Summer in Sewanee" for high school teachers and advanced undergraduates at the University of the South.