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From Goethe to Gide : feminism, aesthetics and the French and German literary canon, 1770-1936 / edited by Mary Orr and Lesley Sharpe
Exeter, UK : University of Exeter Press, 2005
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 4th Floor  PT151.W7 F76 2005    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) German literature -- History and criticism
French literature -- History and criticism
Women in literature
Feminism in literature
Physical Description x, 262 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-255) and index
Contents Errant strivings: geothe, Faust and the feminist reader / Gail K. Hart -- Hospitality and sexual difference in Rousseau's Confessions / Judith Still -- Gender and Genre: Schiller's drama and aesthetics / Lesley Sharpe -- Male foibles, female critique and narrative capriciousness: on the function of gender in conceptions of art and subjectivity in E.T.A. Hoffmann / Ricarda Schmidt -- Varieties of female agency in Stendhal / Ann Jefferson -- Heine's 'Madchen und Frauen': women and emancipation in the writings of Heinrich Heine / Robert C. Holub -- Mundus Muliebris: Baudelaire's world of women / Rosemary Lloyd -- Flaubert's cautionary tales and the art of the absolute / Mary Orr -- Manly men and womanly women: aesthetics and gender in Fontane's Effi Briest and Der Stechlin / Patricia Howe -- Bodies in crisis: Zola, gender, and the dilemmas of history / Jann Matlock -- Karl Rossmann, or the boy who wouldn't grow up: the flight from manhood in Kafka's Der Verschollene / Elizabeth Boa -- Andre Gide and the making of the perfect child / Naomi Segal
Review "This collection of essays provides a major reassessment of those literary figures from the later Enlightenment to the beginnings of Modernism who are most studied on French and German courses in Britain and around the world today." "By investigating the works of these canonical male French and German writers through the optic of feminist criticism, the contributors lay bare some of the fundamental aesthetic questions raised by these works: the function of art and of the artist; the limits of Realism; the relation of gender and genre. Readers new to French and German can study one author in depth or engage in comparative analysis, while specialists will find much to stimulate their critical thinking."--BOOK JACKET
NOTE 516003
Alternate Author Orr, Mary, 1960-
Sharpe, Lesley, 1952-

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