Gregory H. Wolf
, associate professor of German, published a review essay of Thomas Bernhard’s novel Frost
in Southern Humanities Review
44.1 (2010): 109-112. Bernhard, one of Austria’s most critically acclaimed and polemical writers, died in 1989. In Frost
, he thematizes issues of violence and power while raising questions about how Austria has confronted its history with the Third Reich. Wolf also published a review of Gabi Baier’s text for learners of German, Verschollen in Berlin
, at www.aatg.org.