Acknowledgements

pp. 1-2
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Preface

pp. ix-xi
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Self-Interview by Esther Dischereit—Based on a Conversation with Sonja Fritzsche and Jennifer Good

pp. 1-9
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The Romantic and Modern Practice of Animal Magnetism: Friedrich Schlegel's Protocols of the Magnetic Treatment of Countess Lesniowska

pp. 10-33
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The Complexities of Caroline Pichler: Conflicting Role Models, Patriotic Commitment, and The Swedes in Prague (1827)

pp. 34-48
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Creating a Maidservant Community through Newspapers: The Berliner Dienstboten-Zeitung, 1898–1900

pp. 49-75
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A Tale of Two Cities: The Metropolis in Lou Andreas-Salomé's Fenitschka

pp. 76-101
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pp. 102-125
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"The most famous Jewish pacifist was Jesus of Nazareth": German-Jewish Pacifist Clementine Krämer's Stories of War and Visions for Peace

pp. 127-155
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Transatlantic Perspectives on Men, Women, and Other Primates: The Ape Motif in Kafka, Canetti, and Cooper's and Jackson's King Kong Films

pp. 156-178
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Focus: Film

Double Visions: Queer Femininity and Holocaust Film from Ostatni Etap to Aimée & Jaguar

pp. 179-204
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Transnational Germany:

pp. 205-233
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Projecting Trauma: The Femme Fatale in Weimar and Hollywood Film Noir

pp. 224-243
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Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 244-247
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