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Fanny Lewald and nineteenth-century constructions of femininity

著者: Vanessa Van Ornam
出版: New York : P. Lang, ©2002.
シリーズ: North American studies in nineteenth-century German literature, v. 29.
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"Fanny Lewald (1811-1889) was one of the nineteenth century's best-selling German women writers and a recognized activist for women's rights. Twentieth-century scholarship has emphasized a gap between her progressive essays on the subject of the "woman question" and her more traditional fiction, which appeared to perpetuate the stereotypes of middle-class women dominant in the discourses of her culture. This study,  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: History
その他のフォーマット: Online version:
Van Ornam, Vanessa, 1957-
Fanny Lewald and nineteenth-century constructions of femininity.
New York : P. Lang, c2002
(OCoLC)606934287
関連の人物: Fanny Lewald; Fanny Lewald; Fanny Lewald
資料の種類: インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: 図書, インターネットリソース
すべての著者/寄与者: Vanessa Van Ornam
ISBN: 0820451010 9780820451015
OCLC No.: 44046864
物理形態: x, 192 p. ; 24 cm.
コンテンツ: Introduction: "Werde Weib, Sophie!" Yes, But How? 1 --
Chapter 1 "Wollen Sie mit einer Kranken rechten? Lassen Sie ihr den Willen!": Lewald and Nineteenth-Century Medical Discourse 11 --
Chapter 2 "Die Frauen sind die Reprasentanten der Liebe wie die Manner des Rechts": Lewald's Revisions of the Female "Rechtsperson" 45 --
Chapter 3 "Behandelt uns wie Manner, damit wir tuchtige Frauen werden konnen": Lewald and Her Contemporaries on Women's Education 89 --
Chapter 4 "Da[beta] dir ziehe Gluck ins Haus/Schaue nicht zu weit hinaus!": Lewald and Domestic Ideology 125 --
Conclusion: Re-Reading Sophie 165.
シリーズタイトル: North American studies in nineteenth-century German literature, v. 29.
責任者: by Vanessa Van Ornam.
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"Fanny Lewald (1811-1889) was one of the nineteenth century's best-selling German women writers and a recognized activist for women's rights. Twentieth-century scholarship has emphasized a gap between her progressive essays on the subject of the "woman question" and her more traditional fiction, which appeared to perpetuate the stereotypes of middle-class women dominant in the discourses of her culture. This study, however, identifies strategies of dissent in Lewald's fiction as well. It examines the role of various discourses - such as medicine, law, education, and the family - as gender-producing agents in the nineteenth century and focuses on Lewald's textual collusion with and resistance to this process of production."--BOOK JACKET.

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