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Flames of Passion, Flames of Greed: Acts of Arson in German Prose Fiction, 1850-1900 (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature)

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ISBN-10: 0820415006
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«Lewis' results serve to enlighten the reader on the details of Realist narrative, showing the communalities between the high and more popular literatures of the day. She has produced a study that will introduce the narratological context for Realist prose and serve as a touchstone for many future sociological and structural analyses of German realism.» (Katherine Arens, University of Texas at Austin)

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The Author: Virginia L. Lewis is currently Assistant Professor of German at Drake University. She received her Ph.D. in Modern German Literature from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was an Annenberg Fellow. Much of the research for this book was completed while she was studying at the Universität Hamburg on a Fellowship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. Her publications include a short story and articles on neglected figures of nineteenth-century German literature.

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Virginia L. "Ginny" Lewis is a teacher-scholar with expertise in German, European and world literature. Her scholarship is dedicated to the promotion of social justice and reflects the conviction that narrative offers an invaluable window on human experience and suffering. Lewis has also been writing fiction for many years. Published so far are a short story and her German-language novel, "Schön kästnerisch verfahren," the first volume in a trilogy concerning the adventures of the fictional Heinrichsen family from Hamburg. Her themes center on the possibility of reconciliation among people who have wronged each other. Ginny Lewis is the mother of three and shares her home with two dogs and nine rescued cats.

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