Gender, nation, landscape and identity in narratives of exile and return

  title={Gender, nation, landscape and identity in narratives of exile and return},
  author={B. Einhorn},
  journal={Womens Studies International Forum},
  • B. Einhorn
  • Published 2000
  • Sociology
  • Womens Studies International Forum
This article is concerned with issues of nation, landscape, and identity in narratives of exile and return. It is based on the oral testimonies and written narratives of German Jewish Marxist women who were driven out of their homeland by German fascism, yet returned after the end of World War II, dedicated to the building of socialism, or more precisely to realising the dream of a society free of prejudice and discrimination. What interests me here is to elicit a sense of the complex ways in… Expand
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