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Isolde Kurz

(1853—1944)

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feminism and fairy tales

feminism and fairy tales  

Feminists have an abiding interest in the socio-historical and cultural contexts in which literature arises and is received, how women have helped shape and contributed to traditions, and how women ...
Hermann Kurz

Hermann Kurz  

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(Reutlingen, 1813–73, Tübingen),who in his teens lost both his parents, attended theological college (Tübinger Stift) from 1831 to 1835, afterwards becoming a curate at Ehningen. In 1836 he gave ...
Kurz, Isolde

Kurz, Isolde (1853–1944)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to German Literature (3 ed.)

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(Stuttgart, 1853–1944, Tübingen),

the daughter of Hermann Kurz, lived for many years (1877–1913) after her father's

Kurz, Isolde

Kurz, Isolde (1853–1944)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales

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She explored religious and philosophical ideas in her three volumes of fairy tales, Phantasieen [sic] und Märchen (Fantasies and

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