Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations & Illustrations Introduction Elizabeth and Her German Garden What a Funny Mummy! The Crux of the Matter The Solitary Summer Old Friends in Every-Day Clothes Convictions of Their Own The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rugen Cropped Hair and Bloomers Living in a Dream In the Mountains The Comic Detachment of Mind The Kindliness of Henry James A Pretty Little Story Shakespeare at One Remove All the Dogs of My Life If this Were AutobiographyThe Woman, I Regret to Say, Is Myself There Are Dogs & Dogs Conclusion Bibliography
Juliane Roemhild is lecturer in the Future Ready Program at La Trobe University.
Romhild's scope is wide-ranging, taking on issues of writerly
self-assertion, motherhood, and the negotiation of highbrow
antecedents, as well as von Arnim's tactical anonymity. * Tulsa
Studies in Women's Literature *
Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim: At Her Most Radiant Moment by Juliane Romhild, is a 196 page literary study and analysis of the career, books, and literary issues reflected in the writings of von Arnim. A masterpiecve of meticulous scholarship, Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim, is organized and presented in five major chapters. . . .Of special note is Juliance Romhild's 'Conclusion'. Enhanced with a List of Abbreviations and Illustrations; an informative introduction; a roster of Works Cited and a comprehensive Index, Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim is a seminal work and highly recommended for academic library Literary Studies and Women's Literature reference collections and supplemental reading lists. * Midwest Book Review *