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  1. Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter 9 items
    1. Recommended reading 4 items
      1. The scarlet letter: a reading - Baym, Nina c1986

        Book 

      2. The office of The scarlet letter - Bercovitch, Sacvan 1991

        Book 

      3. Family themes and Hawthorne's fiction: the tenacious web - Erlich, Gloria C. 1984

        Book 

      4. Nathaniel Hawthorne - Martin, Terence 1983

        Book 

    2. Background reading 5 items
      1. The novel of adultery - Armstrong, Judith 1976

        Book 

      2. The resisting reader: a feminist approach to American fiction - Fetterley, Judith, NetLibrary, Inc c1978 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      3. Nathaniel Hawthorne in his times - Mellow, James R. 1998

        Book 

      4. Dimity convictions: the American woman in the nineteenth century - Welter, Barbara 1976

        Book 

  2. Heinrich Boll, The lost honour of Katharina Blum 7 items
    1. Recommended reading 7 items
      1. Understanding Heinrich Böll - Robert C. Conard c1992

        Book 

      2. The narrative fiction of Heinrich Bo⁺ll: social conscience, and literary achievement - Michael Butler 1994

        Book  See: Nigel Harris, 'Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum: the problem of violence', pp. 198-218.

      3. Heinrich Böll, The Art of Fiction No. 74 - A. Leslie Wilson 1983

        Article  Article not part of a Library Subscription

  3. Interrogation (film) dir. Ryszard Bugajski 5 items
    1. Recommended reading 4 items
      1. Polish national cinema - Haltof, Marek 2002

        Book  See especially chapters “Camouflage and Rough Treatment: The ‘Cinema of Distrust,’ The Solidarity Period, and Afterwards” pp.146-175; “The Representation of Stalinism in Polish Cinema”, pp.207-221.

    2. Background reading 1 item
      1. Gender studies: terms and debates - Cranny-Francis, Anne 2003

        Book  See especially chapters “Way of Thinking”, pp.42-70 and “Ways of Seeing”, pp. 139-176

  4. George Sand, Indiana 16 items
    1. Indiana, George Sand - Natacha Cerf 2013

      Book Recommended

    2. Family romances: George Sand's early novels - Kathryn J. Crecelius 1987

      Book Recommended

    3. Romantic vision: the novels of George Sand - Robert Godwin-Jones 1995

      Book 

    4. Men of their words: the poetics of masculinity in George Sand's fiction - Nigel Harkness 2007

      Book Recommended

    5. George Sand, Indiana, Mauprat - Janet Hiddleston 2000

      Book Recommended

    6. Gender in the fiction of George Sand - Françoise Massardier-Kenney 2000

      Book Recommended

    7. Vision in the novels of George Sand - Manon Mathias 2016

      Book Recommended See: especially chapter one, ‘Realism and Introspection’.

    8. The Representation of women in fiction - Carolyn G. Heilbrun, Margaret R. Higonnet, English Institute c1983

      Book Recommended See: Miller, N. K. ‘Writing (from ) the Feminine: George Sand and the Novel of Female Pastoral’, pp.124-51.

    9. George Sand: writing for her life - Isabelle Hoog Naginski c1991

      Book Recommended

    10. Approaches to teaching Sand's Indiana 2016

      Book Recommended

    11. Indiana - George Sand 1994

      Book Recommended See: Naomi Schor, Introduction, pp. vii-xxii.

  5. Rainer Werner Fassbinder (dir.), Effi Briest (film) 14 items
    1. Recommended reading 14 items
      1. The Berlin Novels of Theodor Fontane - Henry B. Garland 1980

        Book  See: Chapter on Effi Briest.

      2. A companion to Rainer Werner Fassbinder 2012

        Book 

      3. Fontane: Effi Briest - Stanley Radcliffe 1986

        Book 

  6. Tena Štivičić, 3 Winters 12 items
    1. Operation Home - Tena Štivičić 2014

      Article 

    2. Performance Reviews 4 items
      1. 3 Winters - Duška Radosavljević 2014

        Article 

    3. Primary Theoretical Readings: 2 items
      1. Inventing Ruritania: the imperialism of the imagination - Vesna Goldsworthy 1998

        Book  See: “’An What Should I do in Illyria:?’ English Literature and the Balkans.”

      2. Feminism and autobiography: texts, theories, methods - Tess Cosslett, Celia Lury, Penny Summerfield, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book  See: Scott, Sara and Sue Scott. “On mothers’ daughters: autobiographical inheritance through stories of gender and class”

    4. Further reading: 4 items
      1. The auto/biographical I: the theory and practice of feminist auto/biography - Liz Stanley 1992

        Book  See: Stanley, Liz. “On Feminism, Auto/Biography and Postmodern Selves.”

      2. Feminism and autobiography: texts, theories, methods - Tess Cosslett, Celia Lury, Penny Summerfield, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book  See: Cosslett, Tess. “Matrilinear Narratives Revisited.”