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Author Sayner, Joanne.

Title Women without a past? [electronic resource] : German autobiographical writings and fascism / Joanne Sayner.

Imprint Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2007.

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Description 1 online resource (381 pages).
Series Genus--gender in modern culture, 1568-1602 ; 8
Genus--gender in modern culture ; 8. 1568-1602
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 345-381).
Contents Patterns of remembering -- Memories of a survivor : the story of Hilde Huppert's autobiographies -- Competing voices in Inge Scholl's Die Weisse Rose -- Intoxicating transience : negotiations of public and private in Elisabeth Langgässer's published letters -- "One must tear aside the flowers" : Melita Maschmann's Fazit -- Clarity and insight : Greta Kuckhoff's memories of resistance in Vom Rosenkranz zur Roten Kapelle -- Und ausserdem war es mein Leben : subjectivity, subjugation, and self-justification in Elfriede Brüning's autobiography -- "To write against forgetting" : Grete Weil's Leb ich denn, wenn andere leben.
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Subject Women authors, German -- 20th century -- Biography -- History and criticism.
Autobiographical memory in literature -- History and criticism.
National socialism and women -- Germany -- Historiography.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Sayner, Joanne. Women without a past? Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2007 9789042022287 (OCoLC)145453720
ISBN 9781435612532 (electronic bk.)
1435612531 (electronic bk.)