Such questions — explicitly or implicitly — form the basis of this contribution and determine the choice of texts cited.
Also, this very selection of citations offers insights into youth literature in general. Works written in the languages of the country of exile, as e. The bestseller Curious George Coco, der neugierige Affe by Hans Augusto and Margret Rey, both of German descent, however, was only classified as exile literature in Germany many years after its publication in America. The perusal of the works cited here thus proves that youth literature written in exile — like many exile works in general — contain overt and covert polemics directed at the German rulers.
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