Juliane Roemhild

Juliane Roemhild

Juliane Roemhild is a Lecturer at La Trobe University, Melbourne. Her research is on British and German interwar fiction. She is interested in women’s writing and positive emotions in literary studies. She is the author of Authorship and Femininity in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014).

Juliane Roemhild reviews 'Only Happiness Here: In search of Elizabeth von Arnim' by Gabrielle Carey

January–February 2021, no. 428 17 December 2020
Juliane Roemhild reviews 'Only Happiness Here: In search of Elizabeth von Arnim' by Gabrielle Carey
How could she write happiness so well? For Gabrielle Carey, this is the driving question in her search for Elizabeth von Arnim (1866–1941), an Australian-born writer of more than twenty bestselling satirical novels who married a German count and then an English lord, bore five children, lived all over Europe, and hosted the British intellectual and literary élite at her Swiss chalet. Von Arnim ... (read more)