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Introduction Part I. Beginnings to 1700: 1. The Middle Ages Margaret Ives and Almut Suerbaum 2. Women's writing in the early modern period Helen Watanabe O'Kelly Part II. The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: 3. The Enlightenment Lesley Sharpe 4. Revolution, Romanticism, Restoration Judith Purver Women's writing 1830-1890 Pat Howe 6. Political writing and women's journals: the 1848 Revolutions Petra Boden Part III 'Coming of age': 1890-1945: 7. The struggle for emancipation Chris Weedon 8. Trends in writing by women 1910-1933 Sabine Werner-Birkenbach 9. Women's writing under National Socialism Agnès Cardinal 10. Writing in exile Sonja Hilzinger Part IV. Post-war, East and West: 11. Restoration and resistance: women's writing 1945-1970 Margaret Littler 12. GDR women writers Ricarda Schmidt 13. Post-1945 women's poetry from East and West Karen Leeder 14. Feminism, Frauenliterature, and women's writing of the 1970s and 80s Angelika Bammer 15. Women's writings in Germany since 1989 Anna K. Kuhn 16. Writing about women writing in German: postcript and perspectives Elizabeth Boa Guides to further reading Bibliographical guide to writers and their works.