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"Die Bachmann hab’ ich sehr gern mögen, die war halt eine gescheite Frau. Eine seltsame Verbindung, nicht?" Women in Thomas Bernhard's prose writings

"Die Bachmann hab’ ich sehr gern mögen, die war halt eine gescheite Frau. Eine seltsame Verbindung, nicht?" Women in Thomas Bernhard's prose writings
"Die Bachmann hab’ ich sehr gern mögen, die war halt eine gescheite Frau. Eine seltsame Verbindung, nicht?" Women in Thomas Bernhard's prose writings
thomas bernhard's prose writings, ingeborg bachmann, portrayal of women by male author
1850754292
155-173
Sheffield Academic Press
Reiter, Andrea
2d3fad43-ac1d-4ec7-bd9f-0b9168492a84
Schmidt, Ricarda
McGowan, Moray
Reiter, Andrea
2d3fad43-ac1d-4ec7-bd9f-0b9168492a84
Schmidt, Ricarda
McGowan, Moray

Reiter, Andrea (1993) "Die Bachmann hab’ ich sehr gern mögen, die war halt eine gescheite Frau. Eine seltsame Verbindung, nicht?" Women in Thomas Bernhard's prose writings. In, Schmidt, Ricarda and McGowan, Moray (eds.) From High Priests to Desecrators: Contemporary Austrian Writers. (Writing on Writing) Sheffield, UK. Sheffield Academic Press, pp. 155-173.

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Published date: 1 June 1993
Keywords: thomas bernhard's prose writings, ingeborg bachmann, portrayal of women by male author

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/66844
ISBN: 1850754292
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Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:21

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