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I offer a queer feminist reading of writing on and by women in Vienna 1900 that complicates our understanding of female subjectivity and sexuality at the time.My study explores works by both canonical male authors--Arthur Schnitzler, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Stefan Zweig-and less known female authors--Betty Kris, Else KotÃ¡nyi, Elsa Asenijeff, making a necessary contribution to existing scholarship on fin-de-siÃ¨cle Vienna and to feminist criticism that aims to uncover overlooked texts by women.
Can there be resistance or even strength in fragility, which would make it, in turn, capable of shattering? For more information, please contact [email protected] Shattering Fragility: Illness, Suicide, and Refusal in Fin-De-Siècle Viennese Literature Abstract How fragile is the femme fragile and what does it mean to shatter her fragility?A confluence of factors, including psychoanalysis and hysteria, created spaces for the fragile to find a voice.I am thankful for inspiring and supportive faculty and colleagues.Caroline, Kerry, Matt, and the honorary department member Leif have been both topnotch peers and also great friends. My dissertation committee members—Heather Love, Simon Richter, and Jean-Michel Rabaté—have provided excellent feedback on my project and have helped me shape the way I see my work.