5 edition of The Wasting Heroine in German Fiction by Women 1770-1914 (Oxford Modern Languages and Literature Monographs) found in the catalog.
February 27, 2004
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
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Drawing on a number of primary medical sources, it constructs a history of women's self-starvation, eating behaviour, and wasting diseases in particular, and examines the portrayal of the ‘wasting heroine’ in works by female and selected male.
In this broad-ranging study, Richards examines the representation of women's illness in German fiction by women In the context of medical history, she focuses particularly on female self-starvation and wasting diseases, illustrating how the wasting heroine both reinforced and challenged popular notions of female fragility.
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She. Fronius, H. and Richards, Anna, eds. () German women’s writing of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: future directions in feminist criticism. Oxford, UK: Legenda Books. ISBN Richards, Anna () The wasting heroine in German fiction by women Oxford modern languages and literature monographs.
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Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN Richards, Anna () 'Sentiment und Sachlichkeit: Der Roman der Neuen Frau in der Weimarer Republik' by Kerstin Barndt. The Wasting Heroine in German Fiction by Women This study of German fiction by women adds a new dimension to existing debates on the association of women.
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Her current research project, which she began as a Research Fellow of the. In the context of the history of fiction by women, it provides close readings of a selection of texts which illustrate the different ways in which literary illness has been used to uphold the status quo, although far too many novels were written by women in the period for.
This chapter discusses the various explanations for German women's wasting and nervous illness. It focuses on the treatment of women's illness and eating behaviour in works by female authors from the late 18th century, when women first began to publish novels, to the early 20th century.
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