Rob McFarland, Michelle Stott James, eds. Sophie Discovers Amerika: German-Speaking Women Write the New World. Lynne Tatlock, German Writing, American Reading: Women and the Import of Fiction, 1866-1917.

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Pierre-Héli Monot, « Rob McFarland, Michelle Stott James, eds. Sophie Discovers Amerika: German-Speaking Women Write the New World. Lynne Tatlock, German Writing, American Reading: Women and the Import of Fiction, 1866-1917. », European journal of American studies, ID : 10670/1.vldbtn


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Ever since Henry A. Pochman’s German Culture in America (1957), studies of transatlantic relations between Germany and the United States have served as a laboratory for some of the crucial developments in American Studies. Two recent volumes examine the role played by women in the formation of a German-American literary economy, thus contributing to the discussion of an oft-overlooked area in transatlantic studies. While the collection Sophie Discovers Amerika, edited by Rob McFarland and Mic...

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