INTRODUCTION: WOMEN AS CULTURAL MEDIATORS AND TRANSLATORS

@article{Bland2013INTRODUCTIONWA,
  title={INTRODUCTION: WOMEN AS CULTURAL MEDIATORS AND TRANSLATORS},
  author={Caroline Bland and Hilary Brown},
  journal={Oxford German Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={42},
  pages={111 - 118}
}
It is likely that fewGermanists will have come across Esther Domeier, Fanny Tarnow or Juliane Dery. Like many female writers of the nineteenth century, their work has had little impact on the literary establishment. Even in their lifetimes they were shadowy figures: Tarnow made a conscious effort to keep out of the public eye and published some of her work anonymously, for example, while a reviewer of Dery’s first novella in the Berliner Tageblatt commented ‘Wer kennt Juliane Dery? Keiner’. Yet… Expand
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