A Democratic German Feminist’s Response to the Catastrophe of National Socialism
Women in German Literature
Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly, University of Oxford Series Editor
Women in German Literature is a series of monographs and rigorously edited essay collections focusing on the work of women writers and the representation of women in literature from the Middle Ages to the present day. The series contributes to efforts to broaden the German canon by publishing pioneering studies of work by women as well as cutting-edge assessments of relatively well-known women writers. This includes studies of the participation of women in German intellectual life and in the struggle for rights. The other major concern of the series is the representation of women in literature and media. Studies on this topic offer fresh perspectives on canonical texts and writers and analyse existing tropes that are often still dominant in German cultural life today.
1 Helga S. Madland, Marianne Ehrmann: Reason and Emotion in Her Life and Works. 340 pp. 1998. US-ISBN 0-8204-3929-0
2 Ludmila Kaloyanova-Slavova, Übergangsgeschöpfe: Gabriele Reuter, Hedwig Dohm, Helene Böhlau und Franziska von Reventlow. 200 pp. 1998. US-ISBN 0-8204-3962-2
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