Zorn, Christa

Dr. Christa Zorn is a Professor of English at Indiana University Southeast. She is the author of Vernon Lee: Aesthetics, History, and the Victorian Female Intellectual (2003) and several articles on Vernon Lee, Bernard Shaw, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Karl Kraus, Romain Rolland, cosmopolitan intellectuals, and dramatic and critical work around the time of World War I. She is currently working on a book-length project, European Intellectuals, Theatre, and the Changing Public Sphere in World War I.

Anglo - German Correspondence of Vernon Lee and Irene Forbes-Mosse During World War I. Women Writers' Friendship Transcending Enemy Lines
2014 0-7734-4313-4
This recently discovered cache of letters, skillfully and devotedly edited by Sieberg and Zorn, provides us with new insight into the powerful story of the enduring friendship of two women writers from enemy nations and their intellectual yet heartfelt correspondence, describing the events and challenges of The Great War from a clearly women’s perspective, outside the confines of the suppressive public sphere of censorship and propaganda.