In Verbunden und gebunden, Katharina Aulls analyzes the figuration of mother-daughter relationships in six quasi-autobiographical novels by women writers. The play on words in Aulls's title anticipates the tensions that characterize the mother-daughter relationships in these novels, tensions that are not only the stuff of fiction, but also of concrete experience in the sociology of the mother-daughter dyad.
Bower, Kathrin M. Review of Verbunden Und Gebunden. Mutter-Tochter Beziehungen in sechs Romanen der siebziger und achtziger Jahre by Katharina Aulls. German Studies Review 20, no. 1 (1997): 196-97.
Copyright © 1997, The Johns Hopkins University Press. This article first appeared in German Studies Review 20:1 (1997), 196-197.
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