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  Volume 17, 2001

Table of Contents


pp. ix-x


pp. xi-xiv

Kolonie and Heimat: Race, Gender, and Postcolonial Amnesia in Veit Harlan's Opfergang (1944)

pp. 1-13

Representing Blackness: Instrumentalizing Race and Gender in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's The Marriage of Maria Braun

pp. 15-29

Rhetorical Tropes and Realities—A Double Strategy Confronts a Double Standard: Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg Negotiates a Solution in the Seventeenth Century

pp. 31-56

Illness and Health as Strategies of Resistance and Identity Formation in the Letters of Liselotte von der Pfalz

pp. 57-76

Of Gifts, Gallantries, and Horace: Luise Kulmus (Gottsched) in Her Early Letters

pp. 77-102

"People will make for themselves an artificial existence": Gender and Fashion in the Works of Caroline de la Motte Fouqué (1775-1831)

pp. 103-120

A Perfect Intimacy with Death: Death, Imagination, and Femininity in the Works of Annette von Droste-Hülshoff

pp. 121-140

Gender and Technology in Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach's "Ein Original"

pp. 141-156

One of a Kind

pp. 157-164

A "Body" of Writing: The Voice of Henriette Hardenberg

pp. 165-179

Between Depiction and Experience: The Exile Dreams of Paula Ludwig

pp. 181-197

Eve's Legacy: Revisions of the Biblical Creation Myth in the Poetry of Rose Ausländer

pp. 199-223

Scattered Thoughts on Current Feminist Literary Critical Work in Nineteenth-Century German Studies

pp. 225-244


About the Contributors

pp. 245-248


Contents of Recent Volumes

pp. 251-253