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  Volume 11, 1995

Table of Contents


pp. ix-xi


p. vii

On Autobiographical Filmmaking

pp. 1-12

Consolidating, Consuming, and Annulling Identity in Jutta Brückner's Hungerjahre

pp. 13-33

Margarethe von Trotta's Sisters: "Brides Under a Different Law"

pp. 35-47

Enacting the Different Voice: Christa Klages and Feminist History

pp. 49-65

"Germany, Pale Mother": On the Mother Figures in New German Women's Film

pp. 67-80

"Gender Censorship": On Literary Production in German Romanticism

pp. 81-97

Aspects of Censorship in the Work of Karoline von Günderrode

pp. 99-112

Woman as Will and Representation: Nietzsche's Contribution to Postmodern Feminism

pp. 113-129

From "Halbtier" to "Übermensch": Helene Böhlau's Iconoclastic Reversal of Cultural Images

pp. 131-150

Vicki Baum and the "Making" of Popular Success: "Mass" Culture or "Popular" Culture?

pp. 151-169

Motherhood and the "New Woman": Vicki Baum's stud. chem. Helene Willfüer and Irmgard Keun's Gilgi-eine von uns

pp. 171-188

Feminist Criticism and Bakhtin's Dialogic Principle: Making the Transition from Theory to Textual Analysis

pp. 189-203

The Body in the Discourses of Colonial Savage and European Woman during the Enlightenment

pp. 205-221

The Generational Compact: Graduate Students and Germanics

pp. 223-227


About the Authors

pp. 229-232


Contents of Previous Volumes

pp. 235-238