JUNGFER-NICHTEN-BRIEFE AUS HAMBURG.
One of 400 numbered copies bound thus. A collection of letters written by three upper class ladies in Hamburg for the purposes of entertainment and humor. The language of these four letters is an imitations of the typical way of speaking of many upper middle class philistines in the area of Hamburg. These letters comprise a satire of the nouveau riche during early nineteenth century Hamburg.
More On This Subject - -
> BENEKE, OTTO
Books of related interests - -
> Sperber, Roswitha (editor), WOMEN COMPOSERS IN GERMANY.
> PUNCH, (OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI).