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This article describes a phenomenon that can be observed in current Turkish-German literature in Germany: A humorous tenor in which cultural aspects are negotiated. The texts, which are discussed in this article, can be seen in the tradition of so-called migration literature, but this third generation is now a literature of postmigration. The protagonists do no longer define themselves by the binary scheme, either Turkish or German, but they claim for cultural heterogeneity, both Turkish and German. Within this transcultural perspective they raise the question of what it means to be German in Germany‟s immigrant society today.