- WOLF, Christa
- Christa Wolf, born in 1929, is perhaps the most important female writer of current German-language literature. While her early stories and novels critically deal with life in East Germany, her 1983 novel Kassandra emerged as the single most significnat feminist writing in German during that decade. In her latest novel, she again rewrites the patriarchal version of the Greek myth from a female perspective.
Medea (Medea) from Medea: Vol. 3, No. 3
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