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Donald G. Daviau (editor). Major Figures of Contemporary Austrian Literature. Peter Lang. 1987. 413pp.

Donald G. Daviau (editor). Major Figures of Nineteenth-Century Austrian Literature. Ariadne Press. 1998. 572pp.

Katrin Kohl; Ritchie Robertson (editor). A History of Austrian Literature 1918-2000. Camden House. 2006. 344pp.

Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger; Pamela S. Saur (editor). Visions and Visionaries in Contemporary Austrian Literature and Film. Peter Lang. 2004. 259pp.

Caroline Markolin. Modern Austrian Writing: A Study Guide for Austrian Literature, 1945-1990. Peter Lang. 1995. 271pp.

Lorna Martens. Shadow Lines: Austrian Literature from Freud to Kafka. University of Nebraska Press. 1996. 291pp.

Frank Pilipp. The Legacy of Kafka in Contemporary Austrian Literature. Ariadne Press. 1997. 231pp.

Willy Riemer. After Postmodernism: Austrian Literature and Film in Transition. Ariadne Press. 2000. 376pp.

Gerald Szyszkowitz. Puntigam, Or, The Art of Forgetting: Studies in Austrian Literature Culture and Thought. Ariadne Press. 1990. 266pp. Translation.

Bianca Theisen. Silenced Facts: Media Montages in Contemporary Austrian Literature. Rodopi. 2003. 199pp.

C. E. Williams. The Broken Eagle: The Politics of Austrian Literature from Empire to Anschluss. Barnes & Noble. 1974. 281pp.

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