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American Writers in Europe
American Writers in Paris Exploring the “Unknown” in Their Own Time: Edith Wharton’s In Morocco and Diane Johnson’s Lulu in Marrakech
In Morocco and Lulu in Marrakech, a book of travel and a fiction, written by two American writers who have lived in Paris, Edith Wharton and Diane Johnson respectively, surpass the limits of theirExpand
American writers in Europe : 1850 to the present
Foreword Diane Johnson Introduction Ferda Asya 1. The Search for Legitimacy in Nathaniel Parker Willis's Paul Fane Udo Nattermann 2. "God permits the tares to grow with the wheat": E.D.E.N.Expand
Unveiling the Origin of the Romani Holocaust
Over the last few decades, Holocaust history and literature have documented that the Nazi government of Germany decimated half a million Romani people for the origin of their race. While scholars areExpand