Woman as Mediatrix: Essays on Nineteenth-Century European Women Writers - Vol. 10

Synopsis

Introduction by Germaine Bree The Nineteenth Century: Insights of Contemporary Women Writers (Bettina Von Arnim, Mary Wollstonecraft, Flora Tristan) by Marie Claire Hoock-Demarle Woman as Mediatrix: From Jean-Jacques Rousseau to Germaine de Stael by Madelyn Gutwirth Mme de Stael and the Position of Women in France, England and Germany by Eve Sourian Corinne and the "Yankee Corinna": Mme de Stael and Margaret Fuller by Paula Blanchard George Sand's View of the English by Patricia Thompson Trollope's Choice: Frances Trollope Reads George Sand by Marie-Jacque Hoog George Sand and Marionettes by Julia Frey Musset's Lorenzaccio: George Sand's Ultimate Gift by Alex Szooyi Frederika Bremer: Sweden's First Feminist by Doris Asmundsson An Introduction to the Life and Times of Louise Otto by Ruth Ellen Boetcher Joeres Annette Van Droste-Bulshoff and Critics of "Die Judenbuche" by Maruta Lietina-Ray Towards a New Freedom: Rachel Varhagen and the German Women Writers Before 1848 by Doris Starr Guilloton A Nigilistka and a Communarde: Two Voices of the Nineteenth Century Russian Intelligentka by Isabelle Naginski Juliette Adam: She Devil or Grande Francaise? by Jean Scammon Hyland and Daniel H. Thomas About the Contributors

Additional information

Volume:
  • 10
Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Marie-claire Hoock-demarle
  • Madelyn Gutwirth
  • Eve Sourian
  • Paula Blanchard
  • Patricia Thomson
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1987

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