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Author Ritter, Judith, author

Title Die M√ľnchner Schriftstellerin Carry Brachvogel
Published [Place of publication not identified] : De Gruyter, 2016
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Summary The once famous author Carry Brachvogel (1864-1942) led the life of a successful and emancipated pioneer among the cultural greats of Munich during a period of great upheaval - she was employed, a single mother, and Jewish. Historian Judith Ritter presents the life, work, and identity of this modern female writer, who was already promoting women's self-determination in 1911: "For a woman, to be modern means following your own personal law."
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Genre/Form Jewish; Europe
Form Electronic book
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ISBN 3110490803
9783110490800 (electronic bk.)