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Middlebrow Mission: Pearl S. Buck's American China
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Middlebrow Mission: Pearl S. Buck's American China
Is Pearl S. Buck America's »number-one expert on China«? This study examines Buck's unique fictional engagement with (neo-)missionary cultures in the United States and China.
The Intelligible Metropolis
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The Intelligible Metropolis

Urban Mentality in Contemporary London Novels

An exploration of urban and London mentality by way of twenty London novels published during the Blair era.
Wounds and Words
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Wounds and Words

Childhood and Family Trauma in Romantic and Postmodern Fiction

Trauma re-examined – at the intersections of literature and psychiatry, of Romanticism and postmodernism.
Chronotopes of the Uncanny
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Chronotopes of the Uncanny

Time and Space in Postmodern New York Novels. Paul Auster's »City of Glass« and Toni Morrison's »Jazz«

Who is afraid of Freud? The uncanny as a crucial trope of postmodern metropolitan literature.
Setting the Record Queer
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Setting the Record Queer

Rethinking Oscar Wilde's »The Picture of Dorian Gray« and Virginia Woolf's »Mrs. Dalloway«

A study that calls for a constant interaction with literary categories and points out new perspectives for the reception of two classics.
Camp Comforts
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Camp Comforts

Reparative Gay Literature in Times of AIDS

»Camp« as a coping strategy: AIDS in queer literature.
Mittelbau-Dora: American and German Representations of a Nazi Concentration Camp
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Mittelbau-Dora: American and German Representations of a Nazi Concentration Camp

Literature, Visual Media and the Culture of Memory from 1945 to the Present

The Nazi technologies discovered by Americans in the Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp have been taken up in literature and movies many times. The contributions to this volume show the different forms of remembrance culture in Germany and the USA.
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