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Among the many works written about Weimar culture early examinations generally ignored the consuming public. In those few instances when the public was considered, it was perceived as a passive, unified entity. It is only recently and thanks to feminist and cultural theory that the concept of a monolithic audience or reading public was dismantled and that categories such as gender have been recognised as crucial to an analysis of the culture industry. This book focuses on the popular fiction of Weimar Germany and explores the relationship between women, the texts they read, and the society in which they live, not only in the fiction but also in the reality that shaped its fictional representations.