By Roy Jerome

Examines masculinity in German tradition, society, and literature from 1945 to the current.

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Rollen, Rituale, Leitbilder (M¨unchen: Artemis Verlag, 1991), or roughly translated, Man of Myth: Roles, Rituals and Models. : Yale University Press, 1990). 35. , 245. 36. , 11. 37. , 245. 38. See Ute Frevert, Ehrenm¨anner. Das Duell in der b¨urgerliche Gesellschaft (M¨unchen: C. H. Beck, 1991). 39. , M¨annerbande-M¨annerb¨unde. Zur Rolle des Mannes im Kulturvergleich, 2 vols. (K¨oln: Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, 1990). 40. See Bernd Widdig, M¨annerb¨unde und Masse. Zur Krise m¨annlicher Identit¨at in der Literatur der Moderne (Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1992).

Vol. : Fischer, 1968). 12. See, among others, Friedhelm Neidhardt, Die Familie in Deutschland. Gesellschaftliche Stellung, Struktur und Funktion, 4th ed. (Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1975). 13. See Helge Pross, Die M¨anner. Eine repr¨asentative Untersuchung u¨ ber die Selbstbilder von M¨annern und ihre Bilder von Frauen (Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1978). 14. , 27. Helge Pross belonged to the small group of women who actually held a university position in sociology in those days. She influenced scientific research and contributed to influential journals and newspapers.

KLAUS-MICHAEL BOGDAL 41 50. In Germany, such absence of ambiguity is present even in first names. ” As early as the 1950s, the German Supreme Court decided that the Italian boy’s name “Andrea” could only be used for girls in Germany. Italians in turn find this extremely comical: behind every German “Andrea” they suspect a transvestite. 51. : Yale University Press, 1990). 52. Butler, 9. 53. , 27. 54. , 60. 55. , 199. 56. , 49 ff. 57. See Hans Peter Herrmann, “Arminius und die Erfindung der M¨annlichkeit im 18.

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