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Beschreibung

A History of Central European Women's Writing offers a unique survey of literature from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia and Slovenia. It introduces a little known area of European literature from a unique point of view, illustrating the development of women's writing in the region from the middle ages to the present day. If offers a broad historical survey, placing individual writers in their social and political context and showing how processes shaping their lives are reflected in their works.



Autorentext

VERONIKA AMBROS Professor of Slavic Languages, University of Toronto GRAZYNA BORKOWSKA Research Consultant, Institute of Literary Studies, Polish Academy of Science and Arts, Warsaw MALGORZATA CZERMINSKA Professor of Polish Literature, Lexicographical Institute, Zagreb DUNJA DETONI-DUJMIC Research Consultant in Literature, Lexicographical Institute, Zagreb DUNJA FALISEVAC Professor of Early Croatian Literature, University of Zagreb ANNA FABRI Professor of Literature, University of Budapest DAGMAR KROCANOVA Professor of Slovak Literature, University of Bratislava NINA KOVIC previously University Librarian DOBROVA MOLDANOVA Professor of Czech Literature, J.E.Purkyne University, Usti nad Labem ANDREA PETO Lecturer in History, University of Budapest URSULA PHILLIPS Librarian, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London ROBERT PYNSENT Professor of Czech Literature, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London ALFRED THOMAS Professor of Slavic Literature, Harvard University DIVNA ZECEVIC Research Adviser, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb



Inhalt

Notes on the Contributors General Introduction PART I: WOMEN'S WRITING IN CENTRAL EUROPE BEFORE 1800 Introduction Women Readers and Writers in Medieval and Early Modern Bohemia; A.Thomas Polish Women Authors: From the Middle Ages until 1800; U.Phillips Women's Writing in Hungary before 1800; G.Cushing Women in Croatian Literary Culture, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries PART II: WOMEN'S WRITING IN CENTRAL EUROPE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY Introduction Czech Women Writers from the National Revival to the Fin de Siècle; D.Moldanová Polish Women Writers in the Nineteenth Century; U.Phillips & G.Borkowska Hungarian Women Writers, 1790-1900; A.Fábri Women's Writing in Nineteenth-Century Croatia; D.Zecevic PART III: WOMEN'S WRITING IN CENTRAL EUROPE, 1900-1945 Introduction Czech Women Writers, 1890s-1948; R.Pynsent The Feminization of Culture: Polish Women's Literature, 1900-1945; G.Borkowska Hungarian Women Writers, 1900-1945; A.Fábri Croatian Women Writers from the 'Moderna' to the Second World War; D.Detoni-Dujmic PART IV: WOMEN'S WRITING IN CENTRAL EUROPE, 1945-1995 Introduction Czech Women' Writers After 1945; V.Ambroz Women Writers in Polish Literature, 1945-1995; M.Czerminska Hungarian Women's Writing, 1945-1995; A.Peto Croatian Women Writers since 1945; C.Hawkesworth Slovak Women's Writing, 1843-1995; D.Krocanová, L.Cuzy & A.Bokniková Women Writers in Slovene Literature, 1840s to 1990; N.Kovic Bibliography Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: History of Central European Women's Writing
Editor:
EAN: 9780333985151
ISBN: 978-0-333-98515-1
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 344
Veröffentlichung: 10.04.2001
Jahr: 2001
Untertitel: Englisch

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