Barnouw, Dagmar. "Opening and Closing the Past in Postwar German Literature: Time, Guilt, Memory, and the Critics." In Legacies and Ambiguities: Postwar Fiction and Culture in West Germany and Japan, edited by Ernestine Schlant and J. Thomas Rimer, pp. 227-48. Washington, D.C.: The Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 1991.
Discusses Jünger's Utopian novels and how they were received by critics.
Biro, Matthew. "The New Man as Cyborg: Figures of Technology in Weimar Visual Culture." New German Critique, No. 62 (Spring/Summer 1994): 71-110.
Analyzes how technology figures into the history of the Weimar culture, specifically looking at the work of Raoul Hausmann, Fritz Lang, and Ernst Jünger.
Kater, Michael H. "Anti-Fascist Intellectuals in the Third Reich." Canadian Journal of History 16, No. 2 (August 1981): 263-77.
Discusses the question of why anti-Fascist intellectuals were not more vocal about their opposition to Hitler.
Mandel, Siegfried. "The German Novel: In the Wake of Organized Madness." Contemporary European Novelists, edited by Siegfried Mandel, pp. 69-125. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illiinois University Press, 1968.
Traces the history of the German novel since World War II.