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eBook Against the Horizon: Feminism and Postwar Austrian Women Writers (Contributions in Women's Studies) ePub

by Jacqueli Vansant

  • ISBN: 0313258635
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Jacqueli Vansant
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (March 25, 1988)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1358 kb
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Against the Horizon: Feminism and Postwar Austrian Women Writers. October 1989 · World Literature Today. Acknowledgments Against the Imaginary Line Austrian Women's Struggle for Autonomy Beyond the Mirror War, Violence, and Struggle in Love and Marriage Only Contrasts: Relationships Between Women A Call for Change Biographical Background References.

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Anna Kuhn's and Jacqueline Vansant's new books attest to the growing importance and visibility of German-speaking women writers in the American scholarly community as well as among the general reading public. Both texts are to some extent "firsts. Kuhn structures her study both chronologically and by examining the crucial stages in Wolfs development.

This is the only English-language book to deal in depth with Austrian women writers of the postwar and contemporary period. It is a comparative study of the works of Marlen Haushofer, Ingeborg Bachmann, Barbara Frischmuth, Elfriede Jelinek, and Brigitte Schwaiger. Their works are examined in light of their criticism of women's position in Austrian society, the writers' relationship to feminism, and the influence of the change in women's status on their literature. Vansant's introduction provides a broad historical overview and discusses some of the factors influencing the development of women's literature in Austria from 1918 to the present.