Fall 2000, Vol. 19, No. 2

From the Editor, 183-185
Holly Laird


Forum: Problems of Beauty in Feminist Studies

Preface, 187-189
Holly Laird

Wounded Beauty: An Exploratory Essay on Race, Feminism, and the Aesthetic Question, 191-217 [abstract]
Anne Anlin Cheng

Feminists in Brideland, 219-230 [abstract]
Lisa Walker

“Say That I Had a Lovely Face”: The Grimms’ “Rapunzel,” Tennyson’s “Lady of Shalott,” and Atwood’s Lady Oracle, 231-254 [abstract]
Shuli Barzilai

Sho-Lo Showdown: The Do’s and Don’ts of Lesbian Chic, 255-268 [abstract]
Jodi R. Schorb and Tania N. Hammidi

How Do We Keep Desire from Passing with Beauty?, 269-284 [abstract]
Pamela L. Caughie

Mirrors, Marriage, and Nostalgia: Mother-Daughter Relations in Writings by Isabelle de Charrière and Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, 285-313 [abstract]
Katharine Ann Jensen

Mothering Desire: The Romance Plot in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Susan Fromberg Schaeffer’s The Madness of a Seduced Woman, 315-336 [abstract]
Sarah R. Morrison


Dancing at the Devil’s Party: Essays on Poetry, Politics, and the Erotic, by Alicia Suskin Ostriker, 337-338
Estella Lauter

Royal Representations: Queen Victoria and British Culture, 1837-1876, by Margaret Homans, 338-342
Susan T. Barstow

Jane Austen and the Fiction of Her Time, by Mary Waldron, 342-345
Allen Bauman

The Culture of Christina Rossetti: Female Poetics and Victorian Contexts, edited by Mary Arseneau, Anthony H. Harrison, and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, 345-347
Toni Van Der Moere

Writing Double: Women’s Literary Partnerships, by Bette London, 347-349
Ann Ardis

Virginia Woolf in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, edited by Pamela L. Caughie, 349-350
Christine Froula

Virginia Woolf and the Great War, by Karen L. Levenback, 350-353
Patricia M. Feito

Dorothy Richardson’s Art of Memory: Space, Identity, Text, by Elisabeth Bronfen, 353-355
Jean Radford

Spring 2000, Vol. 19, No. 1

From the Editor, 5-8
Holly Laird


“The Sentinel”: Rebecca West’s Buried Novel, 9-26
Kathryn Laing


George Egerton and the Project of British Colonialism, 27-55
Iveta Jusová

Disdained and Disempowered: The “Inverted” New Woman in Rhoda Broughton’s Dear Faustina, 57-79
Patricia Murphy

Anzia Yezierska, Immigrant Authority, and the Uses of Affect, 81-104
JoAnn Pavletich

Sappho’s Legacy: The Collaborative Testimony of Olga Broumas and T Begley, 105-120
Claudia Ingram

Who’s Afraid of Mala Mousi? Violence and the “Family Romance” in Anjana Appachana’s “Incantations,121-136
Suvir Kaul


Radical Mansfield: Double Discourse in Katherine Mansfield’s Short Stories, by Pamela Dunbar, 137-139
Sydney Janet Kaplan

Bone Deep in Landscape: Writing, Reading, and Place, by Mary Clearman Blew, 139-140
Gregory L. Morris

The World Wars Through the Female Gaze, by Jean Gallagher, 140-143
D. Britton Gildersleeve

Queer Poetics: Five Modernist Women Writers, by Mary E. Galvin, 143-145
T. Allen Culpepper

The Lady Cornaro: Pride and Prodigy of Venice, by Jane Howard Guernsey, 146-148
Betty Rizzo

Willa Cather: Queering America, by Marilee Lindemann, 148-151
Jeane Harris

The Web of Iniquity: Early Detective Fiction by American Women, by Catherine Ross Nickerson, 151-154
Andrea Bradley

To Live in the Center of the Moment: Literary Autobiographies of Aging, by Barbara Waxman, 154-156
Anne M. Wyatt-Brown

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]