Fall 1999, Vol. 18, No. 2

From the Editor, 167-171
Holly Laird


A Feminist Romance: Adapting Little Women to the Screen, 173-192 [abstract]
Karen Hollinger and Teresa Winterhalter

Mates, Marriage, and Motherhood: Feminist Visions in Pauline Hopkins’s Contending Forces, 193-214 [abstract]
Gloria T. Randle

Mother’s Pain, Mother’s Voice: Gabriela Mistral, Julia Kristeva, and the Mater Dolorosa, 215-233 [abstract]
Margaret Bruzelius

Revisiting Woolf’s Representations of Androgyny: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Nation, 235-261 [abstract]
Karen Kaivola

Supplanting Shakespeare’s Rising Sons: A Perverse Reading through Woolf’s The Waves, 263-280 [abstract]
Robin Hackett

“The Old Maps are Dissolving”: Intertextuality and Identity in Atwood’s The Robber Bride, 281-298 [abstract]
Donna L. Potts


A Bibliography of Works By and About Caroline Kirkland, 299-350
Erika M. Kreger


Women and the Rise of the Novel, 1405-1726, by Josephine Donovan, 351-352
Joanne M. Cordón

Authorship, Commerce, and Gender in Early Eighteenth-Century England: A Culture of Paper Credit, by Catherine Ingrassia; Misogynous Economies: The Business of Literature in Eighteenth-Century Britain, by Laura Mandell, 352-357
Laura Stevens

Proposing Men: Dialectics of Gender and Class in the Eighteenth-Century English Periodical, by Shawn Lisa Maurer; The Women of Grub Street: Press, Politics, and Gender in the London Literary Marketplace 1678-1730, by Paula McDowell, 357-362
Elizabeth Kowaleski Wallace

Caroline Bowles Southey 1786-1854: The Making of a Woman Writer, by Virginia Blain, 362-365
John Bury

Women, Writing, and the Industrial Revolution, by Susan Zlotnick, 365-367
Lynette Felber

Lives of Their Own: Rhetorical Dimensions in Autobiographies of Women Activists, by Martha Watson, 367-369
Stacey Short

Mary Butts: Scenes from the Life, by Nathalie Blondel, 369-371
Donna Krolik Hollenberg

Black Venus: Sexualized Savages, Primal Fears, and Primitive Narratives in French, by T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting, 371-372
Opportune Zongo

Spring 1999, Vol. 18, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-9
Holly Laird


Placing Children at the Fulcrum of Social Change: Antiracist Mothering in Tillie Olsen’s “O Yes,11-28
Joanne S. Frye

Creating a Symbol: The Seamstress in Victorian Literature, 29-38
Lynn M. Alexander

Homesickness in Susan Warner’s The Wide, Wide World, 39-58
Sara E. Quay

Home Fires: Doris Lessing, Colonial Architecture, and the Reproduction of Mothering, 59-89
Victoria Rosner

Economies of Experience in The Book of Jessica, 91-111
Laura J. Murray


Desiring Women Writing: English Renaissance Examples, by Jonathan Goldberg, 113-114
Teresa Feroli

Unnatural Affections: Women and Fiction in the Later 18th Century, by George E. Haggerty, 115-116
Terri Nickel

Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Spiritual Progress: Face to Face with God, by Linda M. Lewis, 116-118
Joyce Zonana

Mary Ann Shadd Cary: the Black Press and Protest in the Nineteenth Century, by Jane Rhodes, 118-120
Jennifer Bernhardt Steadman

Spectacular Confessions: Autobiography, Performative Activism, and the Sites of Suffrage, 1905-1938, by Barbara Green, 120-122
Stacey Short

Through the Window, Out the Door: Women’s Narratives of Departure, From Austin and Cather to Tyler, Morrison, and Didion, by Janis P. Stout, 122-123
Heather White

Racechanges: White Skin, Black Face in American Culture, Susan Gubar, 124-125
Anne Stavney

Haiti, History, and the Gods, by Joan Dayan; Framing Silence: Revolutionary Novels by Haitian Women, by Myriam J. A. Chancy, 126-130
Kevin Meehan

The Mother and Narrative Politics in Modern China, by Sally Taylor Lieberman; Writing Women in Modern China: An Anthology of Women’s Literature From the Early Twentieth Century, edited by Amy D. Dooling and Kristina M. Torgeson, 130-134
Charles A. Laughlin

Fall 1998, Vol. 17, No. 2


Introduction, 207-11
Teresa Feroli


A Hammer in Her Hand: The Separation of Church from State and the Early Feminist Writings of Katherine Chidley, 213-233
Katharine Gillespie

Invasions: Prophecy and Bewitchment in the Case of Margaret Muschamp, 235-253
Diane Purkiss

The Fathers’ Seductions: Improper Relations of Desire in Seventeenth-Century Nonconformist Communities, 255-268
Tamsin Spargo

Armchair Politicians: Elections and Representations, 1774, 269-282
Clare Brant

The Anorexic Body of Liberal Feminism: Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Women, 283-303
Ewa Badowska

The Poetics of Politics: Barrett Browning’s Casa Guidi Windows, 305-324
Esther Schor

“We Would Know Again the Fields. . .”: The Rural Poetry of Elizabeth Campbell, Jane Stevenson, and Mary MacPherson, 325-347
Florence Boos


Women and the Book: Assessing the Visual Evidence, edited by Jane H. M. Taylor and Lesley Smith; The Case for Women in Medieval Culture, by Alcuin Blamires; To the Glory of Her Sex: Women’s Roles in the Composition of Medieval Texts, by Joan M. Ferrante, 349-355
Ursula Appelt

Closet Stages: Joanna Baillie and the Theater Theory of British Romantic Women Writers, by Catherine B. Burroughs, 355-357
Hermione de Almeida

Victorian Ghosts in the Noontide: Women Writers and the Supernatural, by Vanessa D. Dickerson, 357-360
Kristin Flieger Samuelian

Elizabeth Gaskell: The Early Years, by John Chapple; Dissembling Fictions: Elizabeth Gaskell and the Victorian Social Text, by Deirdre d’Albertis, 360-362
Elsie B. Michie

Home Fronts: Domesticity and Its Critics in the Antebellum United States, by Lora Romero, 363-364
Laurel Bollinger

Anaïs Nin and the Remaking of Self: Gender, Modernism, and Narrative Identity, by Diane Richard-Allerdyce, 364-366
Heather White

Subject to Negotiation: Reading Feminist Criticism and American Women’s Fictions, by Elaine Neil Orr, 366-367
Kay B. Meyers

Toni Morrison: Critical and Theoretical Approaches, edited by Nancy J. Peterson, 368-370
Richard Hardack

Lesbian Panic: Homoeroticism in Modern British Women’s Fiction, by Patricia Juliana Smith; The Lesbian Menace: Ideology, Identity, and the Representation of Lesbian Life, by Sherrie A. Inness, 371-375
Ann M. Ciasullo

The Diva’s Mouth: Body, Voice, Prima Donna Politics, by Susan J. Leonardi and Rebecca A. Pope, 375-378
D. Britton Gildersleeve

Spring 1998, Vol. 17, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-9
Holly Laird


Edith Wharton on French Colonial Charities for Women: An Unknown Travel Essay, 11-21
Frederick Wegener

Les Oeuvres de Mme Lyautey au Maroc, 23-27
Edith Wharton

Madame Lyautey’s Charitable Works in Morocco, 29-36
Translated by Louise M. Wills


I Want to Be You: Envy, the Lacanian Double, and Feminist Community in Margaret Atwood’s The Robber Bride, 37-64
Jean Wyatt

Lesbian Romance Fiction and the Plotting of Desire: Narrative Theory, Lesbian Identity, and Reading Practice, 65-82
Suzanne Juhasz

“Would You Be Ashamed to Let Them See What You Have Written?” The Gendering of Photoplaywrights, 1913-1923, 83-99
Anne Morey

“The Flaw in the Centre”: Writing as Hymenal Rupture in Virginia Woolf’s Work, 101-121
Patricia Moran

From Faux Pas to Faut Pas, or On the Way to The Princess of Clèves, 123-144
Catherine Liu


God’s Englishwomen: Seventeenth-Century Radical Sectarian Writing and Feminist Criticism, by Hilary Hinds, 145-146
Elaine V. Beilin

Sappho and the Virgin Mary: Same-Sex Love and the English Literary Imagination, by Ruth Vanita, 146-150
Sharon Marcus

Skin Shows: Gothic Horror and the Technology of Monsters, by Judith Halberstam, 150-153
Maureen F. Curtin

Our Sister Editors: Sarah J. Hale and the Tradition of Nineteenth-Century American Women Editors, by Patricia Okker, 153-155
Mary Bortnyk Rigsby

Henry James, Gertrude Stein, and the Biographical Act, by Charles Caramello; Telling Women’s Lives: The New Biography, by Linda Wagner-Martin, 156-158
Olivia Frey

The Body and the Song: Elizabeth Bishop’s Poetics, by Marilyn May Lombardi; Elizabeth Bishop: Her Poetics of Loss, by Susan McCabe; Exchanging Hats: Paintings by Elizabeth Bishop, edited by William Benton, 158-161
Joanne Feit Diehl

Loving Arms: British Women Writing the Second World War, by Karen Schneider, 161-162
Rhonda Pettit

The Woman’s Hand: Gender and Theory in Japanese Women’s Writing, edited by Paul Gordon Schalow and Janet A. Walker, 162-164
Carol Fairbanks

Francophone African Women Writers: Destroying the Emptiness of Silence, by Irène Assiba d’Almeida, 165-167
Karen Gould

Granny Midwives and Black Women Writers: Double-Dutched Readings, by Valerie Lee; Recovered Writers/Recovered Texts: Race, Class, and Gender in Black Women’s Literature, edited by Dolan Hubbard, 167-169
Linda Seidel

Come As You Are: Sexuality and Narrative, by Judith Roof; Lesbian Configurations, by renée c. hoogland, 170-173
Elizabeth LeBlanc

Fall 1997, Vol. 16, No. 2

From the Editor, 255-257
Holly Laird


Refiguring the Postcolonial Imagination: Tropes of Visuality in Writing by Rhys, Kincaid, and Cliff, 259-280
Mary Lou Emery

“Like a Hook Fits an Eye”: Jean Rhys, Ford Madox Ford, and the Imperial Operations of Modernist Mentoring, 281-301
Sheila Kineke

Plotting the Mother: Caroline Norton, Helen Huntingdon, and Isabel Vane, 303-325
Elisabeth Rose Gruner

Imagining Women at War: Feminist Strategies in Edith Wharton’s War Writing, 327-343
Claire M. Tylee

Re-Versing the Past: Adrienne Rich’s Postmodern Inquietude, 345-371
Barbara L. Estrin


Katie’s Canon: Womanism and the Soul of the Black Community, by Katie Geneva Cannon; The Rising Song of African American Women, by Barbara Omolade, 373-376
Laurel Bollinger

The Fiction of Paule Marshall: Reconstructions of History, Culture, and Gender, by Dorothy Hamer Denniston, 376-377
Kimberly N. Brown

Writing Mothers, Writing Daughters: Tracing the Maternal in Stories by American Jewish Women, by Janet Handler Burstein; Her Face in the Mirror: Jewish Women on Mothers and Daughters, edited by Faye Moskowitz, 377-380
Miriyam Glazer

Impertinent Voices: Subversive Strategies in Contemporary Women’s Poetry, by Liz Yorke, 380-382
Karen Kaivola

The Disobedient Writer: Women and Narrative Tradition, by Nancy A. Walker, 382-383
Molly Hite

Eudora Welty and Virginia Woolf: Gender, Genre, and Influence, by Suzan Harrison, 383-385
Gail Mortimer

Women’s Fiction of the Second World War: Gender, Power and Resistance, by Gill Plain; War, Women, and Poetry, 1914-1945: British and German Writers, by Joan Montgomery Byles, 385-387.
Ann Ardis

Women Editing Modernism: “Little” Magazines and Literary History, by Jayne Marek, 387-389
Margaret D. Stetz

Seeing Together: Friendship Between the Sexes in English Writing, From Mill to Woolf, by Victor Luftig; The Web of Friendship: Marianne Moore and Wallace Stevens, by Robin G. Schulze, 389-91
Joyce Wexler

The Veiled Mirror and the Woman Poet: H. D., Louise Bogan, Elizabeth Bishop, and Louise Glück, by Elizabeth Dodd, 391-393
Tony Trigilio

Imperialism at Home: Race and Victorian Women’s Fiction, by Susan Meyer, 393-395
Lynn M. Alexander

Keeping the Victorian House: A Collection of Essays, edited by Vanessa D. Dickerson, 395-397
Jane Curlin

The World of Hannah More, by Patricia Demers, 397-400
Mitzi Myers

Erotic Dawn-Songs of the Middle Ages, by Grace Sigal, 400-401
Roberta Davidson

Spring 1997, Vol. 16, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-12
Holly Laird

Anniversary Lecture: The American University and Women’s Studies, 13-25
Carol T. Christ


The Reproduction of Mothering in Mariam, Queen of Jewry: A Defense of “Biographical” Criticism, 27-56
Meredith Skura

Elizabeth Freke’s Remembrances: Reconstructing a Self, 57-75
Raymond A. Anselment

Enslaved to Both These Others: Gender and Inheritance in H. D.’s “Secret Name: Excavator’s Egypt, 77-105
Meredith Miller

The Clothes Make the Woman: the Symbolics of Prostitution in Nella Larsen’s Quicksand and Claude McKay’s Home to Harlem, 107-130
Kimberly Roberts


The Censored Erotic Works of Félicité de Choiseul-Meuse, 131-143
Beth A. Glessner


American Women Writers and the Work of History, 1790-1860, by Nina Baym, 145-147
Mary Tiryak

Dorothy Richardson: A Biography, by Gloria G. Fromm; A Reader’s Guide to Dorothy Richardson’s “Pilgrimage,by George H. Thomson; Narrative’s Journey: The Fiction and Film Writing of Dorothy Richardson, by Susan Gevirtz, 147-151
Lynette Felber

Out of Line: History, Psychoanalysis, and Montage in H.D.’s Long Poems, by Susan Edmunds, 151-153
Johanna Dehler

Snow on the Canefields: Women’s Writing and Creole Subjectivity, by Judith L. Raiskin; Jean Rhys’s Historical Imagination: Reading and Writing the Creole, by Veronica Marie Gregg, 154-158
Kevin Meehan

Gender and Genre in Novels Without End: The British ‘Roman-Fleuve’, by Lynette Felber, 159-161
Lisa Rado

Refiguring Modernism. Volume I: The Women of 1928, by Bonnie Kime Scott; Refiguring Modernism. Volume II: Postmodern Readings of Woolf, West, and Barnes, by Bonnie Kime Scott, 161-163
Ellen Friedman

Scheming Women: Poetry, Privilege, and the Politics of Subjectivity, by Cynthia Hogue, 163-165
Paula Bernat Bennett

Women Creating Women: Contemporary Irish Women Poets, by Patricia Boyle Haberstroh, 165-166
Caitriona Moloney

Catholic Girlhood Narratives: the Church and Self-Denial, by Elizabeth N. Evasdaughter, 167-170
Elaine Orr

Feminism and the Postmodern Impulse: Post World War II Fiction, by Magali Cornier Michael, 170-172
Ellen Cronan Rose

Fall 1996, Vol. 15, No. 2

From the Editor, 215-219
Holly Laird


Forum: After Empire II

The Historical Moments of Postcolonial Writing: Beyond Colonialism’s Binary, 221-229
Peggy Ochoa

A Dialectic of Autonomy and Community: Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions, 231-240
Lindsay Pentolfe Aegerter

Torture and Commemoration: Narrating Solidarity in Elvira Orphée’s “Las viejas fantasiosas,241-252
Joseph Slaughter

Sexual Orientation in the (Post)Imperial Nation: Celticism and Inversion Theory in Radclyffe Hall’s The Well of Loneliness, 253-266
Margot Gayle Backus

Afterword: Thoughts Toward the Future of Postcolonial Studies, 267-268
Isabella Matsikidze

From Avenger to Victim: Genealogy of a Renaissance Novella, 269-288
Josephine Donovan

The Metaphorical Lesbian: Edna Pontellier in The Awakening, 289-307
Elizabeth LeBlanc

House Mothers and Haunted Daughters: Shirley Jackson and Female Gothic, 309-331
Roberta Rubenstein

Giving Birth to Marguerite Yourcenar, 333-347
Charlotte Hogsett


“The Changing Same”: Black Women’s Literature, Criticism, and Theory, by Deborah E. McDowell, 349-352
Kimberly W. Benston

“Doers of the Word”: African-American Women Speakers and Writers in the North (1830-1880), Carla L. Peterson, 352-355
Joycelyn K. Moody

The Coupling Convention: Sex, Text, and Tradition in Black Women’s Fiction, by Ann duCille, 355-357
Gloria T. Randle

Jump at the Sun: Zora Neale Hurston’s Cosmic Comedy, by John Lowe; Every Tub Must Sit on Its Own Bottom: The Philosophy and Politics of Zora Neale Hurston, by Deborah Plant, 358-360
Jennifer Jordan

Changing the Subject: Mary Wroth and Figurations of Gender in Early Modern England, by Naomi J. Miller, 361-362
Curtis Perry

Torrid Zones: Maternity, Sexuality, and Empire in Eighteenth-Century English Narratives, by Felicity A. Nussbaum, 363-365
George Haggerty

Nobody’s Angels: Middle-Class Women and Domestic Ideology in Victorian Culture, by Elizabeth Langland, 365-638
Elisabeth Rose Gruner

Place Matters: Gendered Geography in Victorian Women’s Travel Books About Southeast Asia, by Susan Morgan, 369-371
Joyce Zonana

A Living of Words: American Women in Print Culture, by Susan Albertine, 371-373
Susan Coultrap-McQuin

Multicultural Literatures through Feminist/Poststructuralist Lenses, edited by Barbara Frey Waxman, 373-374
Angelyn Mitchell

Feminism and Deconstruction: Ms. en Abyme, by Diane Elam, 374-376
Shelly Gregory

Spring 1996, Vol. 15, No. 1

Editor’s Note, 7-11
Holly Laird

“Beyond” Gynocriticism and Gynesis: The Geographics of Identity and the Future of Feminist Criticism, 13-40
Susan Stanford Friedman


Forum: After Empire I

Conflicting Nationalisms: The Voice of the Subaltern in Mahasweta Devi’s Bashai Tudu, 41-50
Alaknanda Bagchi

National Families and Familial Nations: Communista Americans in Cristina Garcia’s Dreaming in Cuban, 51-60
David T. Mitchell

Keys to the Labyrinth: Writing, Torture, and Coetzee’s Barbarian Girl, 61-71
Jennifer Wenzel

Acting in the Public Sphere and the Politics of Memory in Janette Turner Hospital, 73-81
David Callahan

The Fictional Identities of Elizabeth Gunning, 83-98
Pam Perkins

French Women’s Revolutionary Writings: Madame Roland or the Pleasure of the Mask, 99-122
Brigitte Szymanek

The Madwoman Can’t Speak: Postwar Culture, Feminist Criticism, and Welty’s “June Recital,123-146
Marta Caminero-Santangelo


Writing Women in Jacobean England, by Barbara Kiefer Lewalski; Tudor and Stuart Women Writers, by Louise Schleiner, 147-150
Rosemary Kegl

Equivocal Beings: Politics, Gender, and Sensibility in the 1790s: Wollstonecraft, Radcliffe, Burney, Austen, by Claudia L. Johnson, 150-152
Julia Epstein

Penelope Voyages: Women and Travel in the British Literary Tradition, by Karen R. Lawrence; A Wider Range: Travel Writing by Women in Victorian England, by Maria H. Frawley, 152-155.
Johanna M. Smith

The First Woman of the Republic: A Cultural Biography of Lydia Maria Child, by Carolyn L. Karcher; Cultural Reformations: Lydia Maria Child and the Literature of Reform, by Bruce Mills, 155-157
Andrea M. Atkin

Whispers in the Dark: The Fiction of Louisa May Alcott, by Elizabeth Lennox Keyser, 157-159
Mary Bortnyk Rigsby

Women of the Harlem Renaissance, by Cheryl A. Wall; Nella Larsen, Novelist of the Harlem Renaissance: A Woman’s Life Unveiled, by Thadious M. Davis, 159-162
Anne Stavney

The Politics of Color in the Fiction of Jessie Fauset and Nella Larsen, by Jacquelyn Y. McLendon, 163-164
Kimberley J. Roberts

A Poetics of Resistance: Women Writing in El Salvador, South Africa, and the United States, by Mary K. DeShazer, 165-167
Lillian S. Robinson

Listening to Silences: New Esssays in Feminist Criticism, edited by Elaine Hedges and Shelley Fisher Fishkin, 167-170
Barbara Frey Waxman

To Write Like a Woman: Essays in Feminism and Science Fiction, by Joanna Russ, 170-172
Jennifer Johnson

Feminism and the Politics of Literary Reputation: The Example of Erica Jong, by Charlotte Templin, 173-175
Mary Anne Ferguson

Vice Versa: Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life, by Marjorie Garber, 175-177
John Bury

Fall 1995, Vol 14, No. 2

From the Editor, 239-242
Holly Laird


On Not Being La Malinche: Border Negotiations of Gender in Sandra Cisneros’s “Never Marry a Mexican” and “Woman Hollering Creek,243-271
Jean Wyatt

Queering The Yellow Wallpaper? Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Politics of Form, 273-293
Jonathan Crewe

“Oedipal with a Vengeance”: Narrative, Desire, and Violence in Luisa Valenzuela’s “Fourth Version, 295-307
Mary Janell Metzger

The Three Faces of June: Anaïs Nin’s Appropriation of Feminine Writing, 309-324
Lynette Felber

Between Science and the “New Psychology”: An Examination of     H. D.’s Sociohistorical Consciousness, 325-345
Suzanne Young


H. D.’s Majic Ring, 347-362
Helen Sword


The Dialect of Modernism: Race, Language, and Twentieth-Century Literature, by Michael A. North; Bordering on the Body: The Racial Matrix of Modern Fiction and Culture, by Laura Doyle; No Man’s Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century, Volume III: Letters From the Front, by Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar, 363-369
Ann Ardis

Better Red: The Writing and Resistance of Tillie Olson and Meridel LeSueur, by Constance Coiner; Protest and Possibility in the Writing of Tillie Olsen, by Mara Faulkner, O.S.B., 370-374
Lillian S. Robinson

The Dream and the Dialogue: Adrienne Rich’s Feminist Poetics, by Alice Templeton, 375-376
Suzanne Juhasz

Body and Soul: Essays on Medieval Women and Mysticism, by Elizabeth Alvilda Petroff, 376-377
Roberta Davidson

Handmaid of the Holy Spirit: Dame Eleanor Davies, Never Soe Mad a Ladie, by Esther S. Cope; Visionary Women: Ecstatic Prophecy in Seventeenth-Century England, by Phyllis Mack, 377-381
Teresa Feroli

Nobody’s Story: The Vanishing Acts of Women Writers in the Marketplace, 1670-1820, by Catherine Gallagher, 381-383
George Haggerty

Written By Herself: Literary Production by African American Women, 1746-1892, by Frances Smith Foster; Minnie’s Sacrifice, Sowing and Reaping, Trial and Triumph: Three Rediscovered Novels by Frances E. W. Harper, edited by Frances Smith Foster, 384-387
Maryemma Graham and Gina Rossetti

Conversions and Visions in the Writings of African-American Women, by Kimberly Rae Connor, 387-389
Kimberly N. Brown

The Real Life of Mary Ann Evans: George Eliot, Her Letters and Her Fiction, by Rosemarie Bodenheimer, 389-390
Christine L. Krueger

The Christina Rossetti Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London, 391-392
Joseph A. Kestner

The Apparitional Lesbian: Female Homosexuality and Modern Culture, by Terry Castle, 392-395
Sharon Marcus

The Practice of Love: Lesbian Sexuality and Perverse Desire, by Teresa de Lauretis, 395-397
Paula Bennett

Spring 1995, Vol. 14, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-9
Holly Laird


Forum: On Collaborations: Part II

Preface, 11-18
Holly Laird

What is the Subject? Speaking, Silencing, (Self) Censorship , 19-37
Darlene Dralus and Jen Shelton

Escribiendo yo, escribiendo ella, escribiendo nosotros: On Co-Laboring, 39-49
Electa Arenal and Stacey Schlau

Writing from the Trenches: Women’s Work and Collaborative Writing, 51-57
Janice Doane and Devon Hodges

“All Concord’s Born of Contraries”: Marital Methodologies, 59-64
Linda Hutcheon and Michael Hutcheon, M. D.

“No Mine and Thine but Ours”: Finding “M. Barnard Eldershaw,65-75
Maryanne Dever

Of Needles and Pens and Women’s Work, 77-93
Kathryn R. King

A Fin-de-Siècle Beauty and the Beast: Configuring the Body in Works by “Graham R. Tomson” (Rosamund Marriott Watson), 95-121
Linda K. Hughes

Sarah Grand and the Critical Establishment: Art for [Wo]man’s Sake, 123-148
Marilyn Bonnell

Breaking the Bonds of Discretion: Baroness Elsa and the Female Sexual Confession, 149-166
Irene Gammel


Elizabeth Bishop’s Poetics of Intimacy, by Victoria Harrison; Elizabeth Bishop: The Restraints of Language, by C. K. Doreski, 167-170
Marilyn May Lombardi

Subjectivity, Identity, and the Body: Women’s Autobiographical Practices in the Twentieth Century, by Sidonie Smith, 170-173
Olivia Frey

Changing Subjects: The Making of Feminist Literary Criticism, edited by Gayle Green and Coppélia Kahn, 173-175
Diane P. Freedman

Autobiographics: A Feminist Theory of Women’s Self-Representation, by Leigh Gilmore, 175-177
Rebecca Dakin Quinn

The Lonely Mirror: Italian Perspectives on Feminist Theory, edited by Sandra Kemp and Paola Bono, 177-178
Guiliana Minghelli

Curved Thought and Textual Wandering: Gertrude Stein’s Postmodernism, by Ellen E. Berry; Rescued Readings: A Reconstruction of Gertrude Stein’s Difficult Texts, by Elizabeth Fifer, 179-82
Jane Palatini Bowers

The In-Between of Writing: Experience and Experiment in Drabble, Duras, and Arendt, by Eleanor Honig Skoller, 182-184
Karen Kaivola

The Oxford Guide to British Women Writers, by Joanne Shattock, 184-186
Joseph A. Kestner

The Reader’s Repentance: Women Preachers, Women Writers, and Nineteenth-Century Social Discourse, by Christine L. Krueger, 186-189
Jane Curlin

This Strange Society of Women: Reading the Letters and Lives of the Woman’s Commonwealth, by Sally L. Kitch, 189-191
Mary Tiryak

The Passion of Emily Dickinson, by Judith Farr, 191-193
Elizabeth A. Petrino

The Dragon’s Blood: Feminist Intertextuality in Eudora Welty’s “The Golden Apples, by Rebecca Mark, 193-195
Ruth D. Weston

Mary Wollstonecraft Sojourner Truth Margaret Atwood Abigail Adams Amy Tan H.D. Simone de Beauvoir Zora Neale Hurston Frances Burney Virginia Woolf

"The white saxifrage with the indented leafe is moste commended for the breakinge of the Stone."

— Turner, Herbal, III, 68 [1568]