Fall 1994, Vol. 13, No. 2

From the Editor, 231-233
Holly Laird


Forum: On Collaborations: Part I

Preface, 235-240
Holly Laird

Scenes from a Collaboration: or Becoming Jael B. Juba, 241-257
Joyce Elbrecht and Lydia Fakundiny

Screaming Divas: Collaboration as Feminist Practice, 259-270
Susan J. Leonardi and Rebecca A. Pope

Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa) and Elaine Goodale Eastman: A Cross-Cultural Collaboration, 271-280
Carol Lea Clark

The Question of Colette and Collaboration, 281-291
Elizabeth Brunazzi

Eating the Bread of Affliction: Judaism and Feminist Criticism, 293-316
Susan Gubar

“Feet so precious charged”: Dickinson, Sigourney, and the Child Elegy, 317-338
Elizabeth A. Petrino

The Dramatic Ambivalence of Self in the Poetry of Louise Bogan, 339-361
Christine Colasurdo

Models for Female Loyalty: The Biblical Ruth in Jeanette Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, 363-380
Laurel Bollinger


Sequel to History: Postmodernism and the Crisis of Representational Time, by Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth, 381-383
Catherine Belsey

Feminist Fabulation: Space/Postmodern Fiction, by Marleen S. Barr; A New Species: Gender and Science in Science Fiction, by Robin Roberts, 383-385
Lucy M. Freibert

The Pink Guitar: Writing as Feminist Practice, by Rachel Blau DuPlessis, 385-388
Martha Nell Smith

Invalid Women: Figuring Feminine Illness in American Fiction and Culture, 1840-1940, by Diane Price Herndl, 389-390
Karen Sánchez-Eppler

Over Her Dead Body: Death, Feminity and the Aesthetic, by Elisabeth Bronfen; Death Comes to the Maiden: Sex and Execution 1431-1933, by Camille Naish, 391-394
Pat E. Boyer

Articulate Silences: Hisaye Yamamoto, Maxine Hong Kingston, Joy Kogawa, by King-Kok Cheung, 395-396
Mary E. Young

Sexual Sameness: Textual Differences in Lesbian and Gay Writing, edited by Joseph Bristow, 396-398
Billie Maciunas

New Lesbian Criticism: Literary and Cultural Readings, edited by Sally Munt, 398-400
Billie Maciunas

Mary Leapor: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Women’s Poetry, by Richard Greene, 400-401
Donna Landry

Romantic Correspondence: Women, Politics and the Fiction of Letters, by Mary A. Favret, 401-403
Susan J. Wolfson

Unbecoming Women: British Women Writers and the Novel of Development, by Susan Fraiman, 404-406
Kristin Flieger Samuelian

Anaïs: The Erotic Life of Anaïs Nin, by Noël Riley Fitch, 406-409
Mary Lynn Broe

Spring 1994, Vol. 13, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-11
Holly Laird

In Memoriam

Susan Clements: Introduction, 13-14
Susan Gubar

The Point of “Slater’s Pins”: Misrecognition and the Narrative Closet, 15-26
Susan Clements


St. Virginia’s Epistle to an English Gentleman; or, Sex, Violence, and the Public Sphere in Woolf’s Three Guineas, 27-56
Christine Froula

The Long-Distance Runner (The Loneliness, Loveliness, Nunliness of), 57-85
Susan J. Leonardi

“You Heard Her, You Ain’t Blind”: Subversive Shifts in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, 87-111
Christine Levecq

“We Have to Defend Ourselves’” Women, Tradition, and Change in Lauretta Ngcobo’s And They Didn’t Die, 113-126
Eva Hunter

Orphans of Culture and History: Gender and Spirituality in Contemporary Jewish-American Women’s Novels, 127-141
Miriyam Glazer


Re-Wrighting Native Son: Gwendolyn Brooks’s Domestic Aesthetic in Maud Martha, 143-145
Malin LaVon Walther

Review Essays

Anthologizing Early Women Writers, 147-159
Isobel Grundy

Novel Strategies, 161-165
George E. Haggerty


Feminism and American Literary History: Essays, by Nina Baym; Feminist Theory: The Intellectual Traditions of American Feminism: New Expanded Edition, by Josephine Donovan, 167-170
Diane Price Herndl

Domestic Allegories of Political Desire: The Black Heroine’s Text at the Turn of the Century, by Claudia Tate, 170-172
Sally L. Kitch

The Home Plot: Women, Writing, and Domestic Ritual, by Ann Romines, 172-173
Marjorie Pryse

Elizabeth Bishop: The Biography of a Poetry, by Lorrie Goldensohn; Omissions Are Not Accidents: Gender in the Art of Marianne Moore, by Jeanne Heuving; An Enabling Humility: Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop, and the Uses of Tradition, Jeredith Merrin, 174-177
Helen V. Emmitt

The Allegory of Female Authority: Christine de Pizan’s “Cité des Dames,by Maureen Quilligan, 177-178
Roberta Davidson

Bitter Healing: German Women Writers from 1700 to 1830, An Anthology, edited by Jeannine Blackwell and Susanne Zantop; In the Shadow of Olympus: German Women Writers Around 1800, edited by Katherine R. Goodman and Edith Waldstein, 178-182
Margaret Higonnet

Jane Austen Among Women, by Deborah Kaplan, 182-184
Margaret D. Stetz

The Gypsy-Bachelor of Manchester: The Life of Mrs. Gaskell’s Demon, by Felicia Bonaparte; Scheherezade in the Marketplace: Elizabeth Gaskell and the Victorian Novel, by Hilary M. Schor,184-186
Nina Auerbach

The “Improper” Feminine: The Women’s Sensation Novel and the New Woman Writing, by Lyn Pykett; Sentimental Modernism: Women Writers and the Revolution of the Word, by Suzanne Clark, 186-189
Ann Ardis

Women in the House of Fiction: Post-War Women Novelists, by Lorna Sage, 189-191
Ellen Cronan Rose

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]