Humor and irony in nineteenth-century German women's writing : studies in prose fiction, 1840-1900 /
Nineteenth-century German literature is seldom seen as rich in humor and irony, and women's writing from that period is perhaps even less likely to be seen as possessing those qualities. Yet since comedy is bound to societal norms, and humor and irony are recognized weapons of the weak against...
Boydell & Brewer,
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- Ottilie Wildermuth and Helene Böhlau: harmless humor or subtle psychology?
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