The blue stain : a novel of a racial outcast / Hugo Bettauer ; edited and with an introduction by Peter Höyng ; translated by Peter Höyng and Chauncey J. Mellor ; afterword by Kenneth R. Janken.

"Hugo Bettauer's The Blue Stain, a novel of racial mixing and "passing," starts and ends in Georgia but also takes the reader to Vienna and New York. First published in 1922, the novel tells the story of Carletto, son of a white European academic and an African-American daughter of former slaves, wh...

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Uniform Title:Blaue Mal. English
Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture.
Main Author: Bettauer, Hugo, 1872-1925 (Author)
Other Authors: Höyng, Peter (Translator, Editor)
Mellor, Chauncey J., 1942- (Translator)
Janken, Kenneth Robert, 1956- (writer of supplementary content.)
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Published: Rochester, New York : Camden House, 2017.
Series:Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture.
Physical Description:xxxiii, 146 pages ; 24 cm.
Format: Book

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