Bettina von Arnim

Standard Name: von Arnim, Bettina


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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
In Berlin, May von Arnim-Schlagenthin first encountered the works of Goethe and also of Bettina von Arnim . The latter was a literary and family forebear of her husband, a poet and an associate...
Health Elizabeth von Arnim
EA grew to dread pregnancy and motherhood, though she had four more children (three girls and one boy). She shared Bettina von Arnim 's thoughts on pregnancy, articulated in the assertion that a woman who...
Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth von Arnim
Inspired by the spirited correspondence between Goethe and Bettina von Arnim , EA (as the author of Elizabeth and her German Garden) published Fräulein Schmidt and Mr. Anstruther.
Woolf, Virginia. The Essays of Virginia Woolf. Editors McNeillie, Andrew and Stuart Nelson Clarke, Hogarth Press.
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Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head.
Reception Elizabeth von Arnim
The book's success also generated a great deal of speculation about the identity of Elizabeth. The Daily Mail, for example, printed a full-page article postulating possible identities for the author: the candidates included...


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