The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature

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APPENDIX OF NAMES

Editors' Note: Authors and other relevant persons are listed in this appendix with a reference to all entries in which they appear. We have supplied birth and death dates wherever possible but omitted dates in cases where they either could not be found or seemed unreliable. Entries in boldface type refer to main entries in the encyclopedia.

Achternbusch, Herbert, 1938-present: Trotta, M. v.
Ackermann, Sophie Charlotte, 1714-1793: Künstlerdrama; Vorspiel
Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719: Neoclassicism
Adelheit, second wife of Otto I, d. 999: Patronage
Adler, Almut: Aphorism
Adler, Emma, 1858-1935: German-Jewish Literature
Adlon, Percy, 1935-present: Film, Lesbian
Adorno, Theodor W., 1903-1969: Cultural Studies; Engagierte Literatur; Essay; Frankfurt School; Positivism; Postcolonialism
Adowowa-Abraham, Elisabeth: Film, Lesbian
Aedelers, Etta Palm d', 1743-?: Revolution, French
Aeschylus, 525/ 524 B.C.-456/ 455 B.C.: Amazon
Aesop, 6th century B.C.: Fable
Agnon, Shmuel Yoseph, 1888-1970: Nobel Prize Recipients
Agrippa von Nettesheim, 1486-1535: Renaissance Humanism
Aichinger, Ilse, 1921-present: Austrian Literature; Bachmann, I.; Confessional Literature; FRG Literature ( 1949-1990); German-Jewish Literature; Gruppe 47; Hörspiel; Novella; Parable; Short Story; Vergangenheitsbewältigung

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • A 1
  • B 37
  • C 61
  • D 83
  • E 105
  • F 139
  • G 195
  • H 229
  • I 253
  • J 263
  • K 271
  • L 275
  • M 293
  • N 345
  • O 375
  • P 383
  • Q 429
  • R 431
  • S 465
  • T 515
  • U 531
  • V 537
  • W 553
  • Y 579
  • Z 581
  • Appendix of Names 587
  • Index 637
  • Contributors 673
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