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Sissi's World : The Empress Elisabeth in Memory and Myth - (Hardcover)

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Sissi's World offers a transdisciplinary approach to the study of the Habsburg Empress Elisabeth of Austria. It investigates the myths, legends, and representations across literature, art, film, and other media of one of the most popular, revered, and misunderstood female figures in European cultural history.

Sissi's World explores the cultural foundations for the endurance of the Sissi legends and the continuing fascination with the beautiful empress: a Bavarian duchess born in 1837, the longest-serving Austrian empress, and the queen of Hungary who died in 1898 at the hands of a crazed ******.

Despite the continuing fascination with “the beloved Sissi," the Habsburg empress, her impact, and legacy have received scant attention from scholars. This collection will go beyond the popular biographical accounts, recountings of her mythic beauty, and scattered studies of her well-known eccentricities to offer transdisciplinary cultural perspectives across art, film, fashion, history, literature, and media.

Number of Pages: 393
Genre: History, Literary Criticism
Series Title: New Directions in German Studies
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic
Language: English
Street Date: July 12, 2018
TCIN: 51628703
UPC: 9781501313448
Item Number (DPCI): 248-26-6135
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