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FASHIONING MIND OR BODY: WOMEN’S CHOICES IN 1736

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Luise Gottsched, who was widely known in her time, was a prolific writer, yet hardly any of her texts appeared under her name. The play analyzed here appeared anonymously after her wedding and caused lively debate. However, criticism focused mainly on the religious content while overlooking the significance of the fashion allusions in Gottsched’s cultural criticism. Luise Gottsched wanted to enlighten all Germans about the restrictions imposed on women by addressing the various attempts by women to become a subject instead of remaining a cipher.

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2013-05-01
2018-07-23

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