Fall 2018, Vol. 37, No. 2

From the Editor: Abstractions, 265-269 [full preface]
Jennifer L. Airey

Articles

Haberdasher’s Plot: The Romance of Small Trade in Frances Burney’s Fiction, 271-293 [abstract]
Chloe Wigston Smith

Feminist Fancy in the National Tale: Edgeworth, Owenson, and Sarah Isdell’s The Irish Recluse (1809), 295-323 [abstract]
Colleen Taylor

The Wild Work of Gender Play in the Journals of Abby Williams Hill, 325-348 [abstract]
Tiffany Aldrich MacBain

Cultivating Childishness: The Gertrude Stein First Reader and the Reparative Turn in Criticism, 349-375 [abstract]
Julie Taylor

Not With the Program: Sandra Cisneros on Feeling and Being a Latina Writer in the Program Era, 377-396 [abstract]
Corey Hickner-Johnson

The Black Woman as Artist: The Queer Erotics of Rita Dove’s Beulah, 397-418 [abstract]
Kevin Quashie

Between Forster and Gilroy: Race and (Re)connection in Zadie Smith’s NW, 419-434 [abstract]
Jesse van Amelsvoort

Archives

Doris Lessing and the Ethical African Archive, 435-444
James Arnett

Reviews

A Revelation of Purgatory, translated from Middle English by Liz Herbert McAvoy, 445-446
Daniel Anlezark

Two Centuries of Manchu Women Poets: An Anthology, translated from Chinese by Wilt L. Idema, 447-449
Grace S. Fong

The Evolution of the French Courtesan Novel, by Courtney Sullivan,  450-452
Diana Holmes

Romance’s Rivals: Familiar Marriage in Victorian Fiction, by Talia Schaffer, 452-455
Christine L. Krueger

Archives of Labor: Working-Class Women and Literary Culture in the Antebellum United States, by Lori Merish, 455-457
Bill V. Mullen

The Composition of Sense in Gertrude Stein’s Landscape Writing, by Linda Voris, 458-60
Georgina Nugent-Folan

A Curious Peril: H. D.’s Late Modernist Prose, by Lara Vetter, 460-463
Eric Keenaghan

Women’s Writing in Colombia: An Alternative History, by Cherilyn Elson, 463-465
Gina Ponce de León

Spoiling the Stories: The Rise of Israeli Women’s Fiction, by Tamar Merin, 466-468
Orian Zakai

Staging Creolization: Women’s Theater and Performance from the French Caribbean, by Emily Sahakian, 468-471
Tanya L. Shields

Spring 2018, Vol. 37, No. 1

From the Editor: #MeToo, 7-13 [full preface]
Jennifer L. Airey

Articles

Wollstonecraft’s Widow: Understanding the Dead Husband’s Gaze, 15-40 [abstract]
Laura Fairchild Brodie

Species Thinking: Animals, Women, and Literary Tropes in Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, 41-66 [abstract]
Adela Ramos

History Repeating: Mothers, Daughters, and Incest in Mary Robinson’s Vancenza and The False Friend, 67-90 [abstract]
Stephanie Russo

“Imperfect Notices”: The 1820 Continental Journal of Mary Wordsworth, 91-110 [abstract]
E. R. Hammack

Antebellum Womanhood and Taming Her “Wild Way”: Pet Keeping, Mourning, and Social Indoctrination in Grace Greenwood’s History of My Pets, 111-129 [abstract]
Elizabeth A. Boyle

“The dance of the intelligence”? Dancing Bodies in Mina Loy, 131-156 [abstract]
Alex Goody

Responding to Patriarchy in India: Resistance and Complicity in Samina Ali’s Madras on Rainy Days and Anita Desai’s Fasting, Feasting, 157-171 [abstract]
Elizabeth Jackson

The Academy

Low-Spoon Teaching: Labor, Gender, and Self-Accommodation in Academia, 173-180 [full essay]
Sara N. Beam and Holly Clay-Buck

Review Essay

Elizabeth Bishop’s Theater of the Inevitable, 181-193 [full essay]
Heather Treseler

Reviews

Women’s Poetry and Poetics in Late Imperial China: A Dialogic Engagement, by Haihong Yang, 195-196
Elena Suet-Ying Chiu

Sin and Salvation in Early Modern France: Three Women’s Stories, by Marguerite d’Auge, Renée Burlamacchi, and Jeanne du Laurens, translated from French by Nicholas van Handel and Collette H. Winn, 197-199
Jane Couchman

Women’s Prophetic Writings in Seventeenth-Century Britain, by Carme Font,  199-201
Claire McGann

Questioning Nature: British Women’s Scientific Writing and Literary Originality, 1750-1830, by Melissa Bailes, 201-203
Lauren Cameron

Byronic Heroes in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Writing and Screen Adaptation, by Sarah Wootton, 203-206
Cheryl A. Wilson

Sympathy, Madness, and Crime: How Four Nineteenth-Century Journalists Made the Newspaper Business, by Karen Roggenkamp. Women, Work and the Victorian Periodical: Living by the Press, by Marianne Van Remoortel, 206-210
Jennifer Phegley

At Home in the World: Women Writers and Public Life, from Austen to the Present, by Maria DiBattista and Deborah Epstein Nord. Extreme Domesticity: A View from the Margins, by Susan Fraiman, 211-214
Margaret Homans

British Boarding Houses in Interwar Women’s Literature: Alternative Domestic Spaces, by Terri Mullholland, 215-217
Bryony Randall

Off to the Pictures: Cinema-Going, Women’s Writing and Movie Culture in Interwar Britain, by Lisa Stead, 217-220
Laurel Harris

Women Lovers, or The Third Woman, by Natalie Clifford Barney, translated from French by Chelsea Ray, 220-222
Lowry Martin, II

The Subversive Art of Zelda Fitzgerald, by Deborah Pike, 223-225
Christine Grogan

Love and Narrative Form in Toni Morrison’s Later Novels, by Jean Wyatt, 225-228
Evelyn Jaffe Schreiber

The Fiction of Valerie Martin: An Introduction, by Veronica Makowsky, 228-230
Nancy Schoenberger

Latin American Women and the Literature of Madness: Narratives at the Crossroads of Gender, Politics, and the Mind , by Elvira Sánchez-Blake and Laura Kanost. Intersections of Harm: Narratives of Latina Deviance and Defiance, by Laura Halperin, 230-233
María Rosa Olivera-Williams

Fall 2017, Vol. 36, No. 2

YOUNG ADULT WOMEN’S LITERATURE

From the Editors: Young Adult Women’s Literature, 287-294 [full preface]
Jennifer L. Airey and Laura M. Stevens

Articles

The Backfisch and Stories of Female Adolescence, 295-321 [abstract]
Julie Pfeiffer

Black Girls, White Girls, American Girls: Slavery and Racialized Perspectives in Abolitionist and Neoabolitionist Children’s Literature, 323-352 [abstract]
Brigitte Fielder

Kisses, Bitches: Pretty Little Liars Frames Postfeminism’s Adolescent Girl, 353-377 [abstract]
Sarah Whitney

Material Feminism, Adolescent “Becoming,” and Libba Bray’s Beauty Queens, 379-400 [abstract]
Roberta Seelinger Trites

“We are none of us just one thing”: The Posthumanism of Rachel Hartman’s Half-Dragon Saints, 401-422 [abstract]
Carissa Turner Smith

“None of this ‘trapped-in-a-man’s-body’ bullshit”: Transgender Girls and Wrong-Body Discourse in Young Adult Fiction, 423-448 [abstract]
Jennifer Putzi

Archives

The Poetry of Vesta Stephens: In Search of Black Girls’ Gardens, 449-461
LaKisha Michelle Simmons

Review Essay

Reading and Writing Girls: New Contributions to Feminist Scholarship on Children’s and Young Adult Literature, 463-476 [full essay]
Angela Hubler

Reviews

Black Girlhood in the Nineteenth Century, by Nazera Sadiq Wright, 477-478
Shelby L. Crosby

Truth of My Songs: Poems of the Trobairitz, translated from Provençal by Claudia Keelan, 479-481
Sarah White

Women Writing the English Republic, 1625-1681, by Katharine Gillespie,  482-484
David Norbrook

Jane Austen, Virginia Woolf and Worldly Realism, by Pam Morris, 484-486
Elsie B. Michie

The Political Poetess: Victorian Femininity, Race, and the Legacy of Separate Spheres, by Tricia Lootens, 486-489
Julia Hansen

E. Œ. Somerville and Martin Ross: Female Authorship and Literary Collaboration, by Anne Jamison, 490-492
Holly A. Laird

Style and the Single Girl: How Modern Women Re-Dressed the Novel, 1922-1977, by Hope Howell Hodgkins, 493-495
Jessica Burstein

Lesbian Modernism: Censorship, Sexuality and Genre Fiction, by Elizabeth English, 495-499
Jodie Medd

The Astral H. D.: Occult and Religious Sources and Contexts for H. D.’s Poetry and Prose, by Matte Robinson, 499-501
Victoria Papa

Being Ugly: Southern Women Writers and Social Rebellion, by Monica Carol Miller, 501-503
Laura Patterson

Our Emily Dickinsons: American Women Poets and the Intimacies of Difference, by Vivian R. Pollak, 503-505
Linda Anderson

Women’s Experimental Writing: Negative Aesthetics and Feminist Critique, by Ellen E. Berry, 505-509
Laura Hinton

Veiled Figures: Women, Modernity, and the Spectres of Orientalism, by Teresa Heffernan, 509-512
Roberta Micallef

Women Writers of Gabon: Literature and Herstory, by Cheryl Toman, 512-514
Gladys M. Francis

The Cultural Politics of Chick Lit: Popular Fiction, Postfeminism, and Representation, by Heike Mißler, 514-516
Stephanie Harzewski

Spring 2017, Vol. 36, No. 1

From the Editor: TSWL and the REF, 7-15 [full preface]
Jennifer L. Airey

Articles

“These Gentlemens ill Treatment of our Mother Tongue”: Female Grammarians and the Power of the Vernacular, 17-43 [abstract]
Taylor Walle

“Too recent to be innocuous”: An Interwar View of Women’s Suffrage in Edith Ayrton Zangwill’s The Call, 45-73 [abstract]
Stephanie J. Brown

Writing and Traveling in Colonial Algeria after Isabelle Eberhardt: Henriette Celarié’s French (Cross) Dressing, 75-98 [abstract]
Laura Loth

Modernism, Egyptian Nationalism, and “other disorders of a revolutionary character”: H. D., Bryher, and Tutankhamun, 99-127 [abstract]
Celena E. Kusch

Repetition and Embodiment: Performative Reading in Kathy Acker’s The Childlike Life of the Black Tarantula by the Black Tarantula, 129-150 [abstract]
Courtney Foster

Native American Literature and L’Écriture Féminine: The Case of Louise Erdrich, 151-173 [abstract]
Sarah Parker and Wilson Kaiser

Toward a New Poetics of Witness: Juliana Spahr’s This Connection of Everyone with Lungs, 175-200 [abstract]
Moberley Luger

Archives

Profile of Eleanor Early: Negotiating Women’s Popular Writing in the Mid-Twentieth Century, 201-209
Brianne Jaquette

Notes

“Hands That War: In the Midlands”: Rebecca West’s Rediscovered Article on First World War Munitions Workers, 211-217
Daniel Kielty

Reviews

Baptist Women’s Writings in Revolutionary Culture, 1640-1680, by Rachel Adcock, 219-221
Kathleen Lynch

Vision in the Novels of George Sand, by Manon Mathias, 221-224
Alexandra K. Wettlaufer

Westerns: A Women’s History, by Victoria Lamont, 224-226
Jennifer S. Tuttle

Mamas of Dada: Women of the European Avant-Garde, by Paula K. Kamenish, 227-229
Ruth Hemus

Opening Acts: Narrative Beginnings in Twentieth-Century Feminist Fiction, by Catherine Romagnolo, 230-232
Marilyn Edelstein

Lydia Ginzburg’s Prose: Reality in Search of Literature, by Emily Van Buskirk, 233-235
Irina Sandomirskaja

Words of Witness: Black Women’s Autobiography in the Post-Brown Era, by Angela A. Ards. Bridges to Memory: Postmemory in Contemporary Ethnic American Women’s Fiction, by Maria Rice Bellamy, 236-239
Caroline A. Streeter

Of Women Borne: A Literary Ethics of Suffering, by Cynthia R. Wallace, 239-242
Mariam Marty Clark

Algerian Imprints: Ethical Space in the Work of Assia Djebar and Hélène Cixous, by Brigitte Weltman-Aron, 242-244
Lynn Penrod

The Complete Stories, by Clarice Lispector, translated from Portuguese by Katrina Dodson, 244-247 Irene Marques

The Future of Silence: Fiction by Korean Women, translated from Korean by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton, 247-250
Young-Key Kim-Renaud

 

Fall 2016, Vol. 35, No. 2

From the Editor: New Beginnings, 337-342 [full preface]
Jennifer L. Airey

Articles

Victorian Sélams and Talking Bouquets: Phallic Invasion of the Feminine/Floral Order, 343-363 [abstract]
Molly Engelhardt

Domesticating Palestine: Elizabeth Champney’s Three Vassar Girls in the Holy Land, 365-394 [abstract]
Molly K. Robey

The Pregnant Body and Utopian Social Organization in Meridel Le Sueur’s The Girl, 395-411 [abstract]
Vanessa Osborne

“Só para mulheres” (Just for women): Alfonsina Storni’s and Clarice Lispector’s Transgression of the Women’s Page, 413-437 [abstract]
Mariela E. Méndez

“Shut your rhetorics in a box”: Gwendolyn Brooks and Lyric Dilemma, 439-462 [abstract]
Julia Bloch

Mourning and Melancholy: Literary Criticism by African American Women, 463-489 [abstract]
Elise Miller

The Ethical Laboratory of Beauty in Zadie Smith’s On Beauty, 491-512 [abstract]
Anna Głąb

Archives

“What strikes the eye”: The Forgotten India Sketches of Maria Graham, 513-520
Lacy Marschalk

The Diaries of Mary Seton Watts (1849-1938) in the Archives at Watts Gallery, Surrey, 521-528
Lucy Ella Rose

Reviews

Recipes for Thought: Knowledge and Taste in the Early Modern English Kitchen, by Wendy Wall, 529-531
Madeline Bassnett

Anglo-American Women Writers and Representations of Indianness, 1629-1824, by Cathy Rex, 531-533
Andrew Newman

The Submerged Plot and the Mother’s Pleasure from Jane Austen to Arundhati Roy, by Kelly A. Marsh,  533-536
Glynis Carr

Margaret Fuller, special issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose, edited by Brigitte Bailey, 536-538
Gary Williams

Archives of Desire: The Queer Historical Work of New England Regionalism, by J. Samaine Lockwood, 539-541
Jana Tigchelaar

Women Ethnographers and Native Women Storytellers: Relational Science, Ethnographic Collaboration, and Tribal Community, by Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez, 541-544
Pauline Turner Strong

Policing Gender and Alicia Giménez Bartlett’s Crime Fiction, by Nina L. Molinaro, 544-546
Sandra Kingery

“How Come Boys Get to Keep Their Noses?”: Women and Jewish American Identity in Contemporary Graphic Memoirs, by Tahneer Oksman, 546-549
Stephen E. Tabachnick

The Lost Garden, by Li Ang, translated from Chinese by Sylvia Li-chun Lin with Howard Goldblatt, 549-551
Liang-ya Liou

Memory at Bay, by Évelyne Trouillot, translated from French by Paul Curtis Daw, 552-554
Laurence Clerfeuille

 

Spring 2016, Vol. 35, No. 1

From the Editor: Women Visible, 7-20 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

In Memoriam: Joseph A. Kestner, 21-23 [full text]

Articles

Unsold Peony: The Life and Poetry of Daoist Priestess-Poet Yu Xuanji of Tang China, 25-57 [abstract]
Jinhua Jia

Mary Wollstonecraft, “Ithuriel,” and the Rise of the Feminist Author-Ghost, 59-91 [abstract]
Devoney Looser

Maria Edgeworth on Citizenship: Rousseau, Darwin, and Feminist Pessimism in Practical Education, 93-122 [abstract]
Anne Chandler

Paper Bodies: Letter and Letter Writing in the Early American Novel, 123-144 [abstract]
Kacy Tillman

“A tangled web of mindfuck”: Andrea Dworkin and the Truth of Pornography, 145-171 [abstract]
Magnus Ullén

“I got self, pencil, and notebook”: Literacy and Maternal Desire in Sapphire’s PUSH, 173-199 [abstract]
Marlo D. David

Viewing Feminist Autobiography through a Spatial Lens: A Comparative Approach to Seyran Ateş’s Große Reise ins Feuer, 201-227 [abstract]
Johanna Schuster-Craig

Archives

Seventy-Three Uncollected Short Works by Rebecca Harding Davis: A Bibliography, 229-252
Zachary Turpin

Notes

Shoshana Shababo: The First Sephardic Female Writer in Israel Between Rejection and Acceptance, 253-263
Adi Isha

Reviews

Women’s Voices in Tudor Wills, 1485-1603: Authority, Influence, and Material Culture, by Susan E. James, 265-267
Patricia Phillippy

Grief and Women Writers in the English Renaissance, by Elizabeth Hodgson, 267-268
Marion Wynne-Davies

Phillis Wheatley’s Miltonic Poetics, by Paula Loscocco, 269-271
Mary McAleer Balkun

Bluestocking Feminism and British-German Cultural Transfer, 1750-1837, by Alessa Johns, 271-273
Kirsten Belgum

A Feminine Enlightenment: British Women Writers and the Philosophy of Progress, 1759-1820, by JoEllen DeLucia, 273-275
E. J. Clery

Jane Austen and Animals, by Barbara K. Seeber. Jane Austen’s Erotic Advice, by Sarah Raff, 275-278
Linda V. Troost

Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Nineteenth-Century Pioneer of Modern Art Criticism, by Kimberly Morse Jones, 278-281
Carol Hanbery MacKay

The Lesbian Muse and Poetic Identity, 1889-1930, by Sarah Parker, 281-283
Pearl Chaozon Bauer

Modernist Voyages: Colonial Women Writers in London, 1890-1945, by Anna Snaith, 283-286
David Farley

Love and Liberation: Autobiographical Writings of the Tibetan Buddhist Visionary Sera Khandro, by Sarah H. Jacoby, 286-288
Karma Lekshe Tsomo

Unarrested Archives: Case Studies in Twentieth-Century Canadian Women’s Authorship, by Linda M. Morra, 288-291
Tanis MacDonald

Changing the Subject: Writing Women across the African Diaspora, by K. Merinda Simmons, 291-294
Stephanie Hankinson

Critical Appropriations: African American Women and the Construction of Transnational Identity, by Simone C. Drake, 294-296
Shalini Nadaswaran

Erotic Infidelities: Love and Enchantment in Angela Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber, by Kimberly J. Lau, 296-297
Merja Makinen

Two Confessions, by María Zambrano and Rosa Chacel, translated from Spanish by Noël Valis and Carol Maier, 298-300
Daniela Omlor

Bridging the Divide: The Selected Poems of Hava Pinhas-Cohen, translated from Hebrew by Sharon Hart-Green, 300-302
Ofra Yeglin

Fall 2015, Vol. 34, No. 2

From the Editor: Remembering Shari Benstock, 223-230 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

“Uncommon Sentiments”: Religious Freedom and the Marriage Plot in Charlotte Lennox’s Henrietta, 231-248 [abstract]
Alison Conway

“Shallow” Estates and the “Deep” Wild: The Landscapes of Charlotte Smith’s Fiction, 249-272 [abstract]
Lisa Ottum

Reading the Afterlife of Isabella di Morra’s Poetry, 273-304 [abstract]
Gabriella Scarlatta Eschrich

for Karnak 1923 / from London 1942″: Approaching War in H. D.’s The Walls Do Not Fall, 305-331 [abstract]
Nadine Attewell

Articulating the (Dis)Enchantment of Colonial Modernity: Mei Niang’s Representation of the Predicament of Chinese New Women, 333-353 [abstract]
Xiaoping Wang

“Phyllis McGinley needs no puff”: Gender and Value in Mid-Century American Poetry, 355-378 [abstract]
Jo Gill

Bulgarian Women Write the New European Subject: Emilia Dvorianova’s Zemnite Gradini na Bogorditsa as a Response to Julia Kristeva’s Crisis of the European Subject, 379-401 [abstract]
Margarita Marinova

Notes

New Textual Discoveries and Recovered Passages in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Herland, 403-410
Beth Sutton-Ramspeck

Archives

Finding Bliss at McFarlin: The Papers of Eliot Bliss, 411-421
Michela A. Calderaro

Reviews

Poetic Sisters: Early Eighteenth-Century Women Poets, by Deborah Kennedy, 423-425
Karen Bloom Gevirtz

Sentimental Memorials: Women and the Novel in Literary History, by Melissa Sodeman, 425-428
Peter DeGabriele

British Women Writers and the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1785-1835: Re-Orienting Anglo-India, by Kathryn S. Freeman, 428-430
Andrew Rudd

Fashion Victims: Dress at the Court of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, 430-432
Laura Engel

The Romance of the Lyric in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Poetry: Experiments in Form, by Lee Christine O’Brien, 432-434
Patricia Rigg

Second Person Singular: Late Victorian Women Poets and the Bonds of Verse, by Emily Harrington, 434-436
Constance W. Hassett

Between the Novel and the News: The Emergence of American Women’s Writing, by Sari Edelstein. Making Noise, Making News: Suffrage Print Culture and U.S. Modernism, by Mary Chapman, 437-440
Dorri Beam

Panic Fiction: Women and Antebellum Economic Crisis, by Mary Templin, 440-443
Joseph Fichtelberg

Edna Ferber’s America, by Eliza McGraw, 444-445
Lori Harrison-Kahan

A Dark Rose: Love in Eudora Welty’s Stories and Novels, by Sally Wolff, 446-447
Sarah Gilbreath Ford

The Radical Fiction of Ann Petry, by Keith Clark, 448-449
Hazel Arnett Ervin

Confronting Visuality in Multi-Ethnic Women’s Writing, by Angela Laflen, 449-452
Emily M. Hinnov

Ananda Devi: Feminism, Narration, and Polyphony, by Ritu Tyagi, 452-453
Rohini Bannerjee

The Sarashina Diary: A Women’s Life in Eleventh-Century Japan, by Sugawara no Takasue no Musume, transalted from Japanese by Sonja Arntzen and Itō Moriyuki, 453-455
John R. Wallace

Sorrowtoothpaste Mirrorcream, by Kim Hyesoon, translated from Korean by Don Mee Choi, 456-458
Bruce Fulton

Spring 2015, Vol, 34. No. 1

NEW DIRECTIONS ON MARY LEAPOR AND ANN YEARSLEY

From the Editor, 9-18 [full preface]
Kerri Andrews

Articles

Mary Leapor’s Verse and Genre, 19-32 [abstract]
Bill Overton

Lyric Modes: The Soliloquy Poems of Mary Leapor and Ann Yearsley, 33-50 [abstract]
William J. Christmas

Visiting the Country House: Generic Innovation in Mary Leapor’s “Crumble-Hall”, 51-64 [abstract]
Sharon Young

Monarchy, Meritocracy, and Tragic Realism in the Work of Mary Leapor, 65-87 [abstract]
Anne Chandler

The Poetics of Radical Abolitionism: Ann Yearsley’s Poem on the Inhumanity of the Slave Trade, 89-105 [abstract]
Brycchan Carey

Ann Yearsley and the London Newspapers in 1787, 107-124 [abstract]
Kerri Andrews

The Place of the Poet in Place: Reading Local Culture in the Work of Mary Leapor, 125-139 [abstract]
Anne Milne

“Flying atoms in the sightless air”: Issues of Coherence and Scale in Leapor and Yearsley, 141-162 [abstract]
David Fairer

Reviews

Anna Letitia Barbauld and Eighteenth-Century Visionary Poetics, by Daniel P. Watkins, 163-165
Harriet Kramer Linkin

Gender and Genre: German Women Write the French Revolution, by Stephanie M. Hilger, 166-168
Alessa Johns

Irish Women’s Fiction: From Edgeworth to Enright, by Heather Ingman, 169-170
Kathryn Kirkpatrick

British Women Writers and the Short Story, 1850-1930: Reclaiming Social Space, by Kate Krueger, 170-172
Tamara S. Wagner

Playing House in the American West: Western Women’s Life Narratives, 1839-1987, by Cathryn Halverson, 172-174
Melissa J. Homestead

Sacramental Shopping: Louisa May Alcott, Edith Wharton, and the Spirit of Modern Consumerism, by Sarah Way Sherman, 174-176
Christine Doyle

The Motherless Child in the Novels of Pauline Hopkins, by Jill Bergman, 177-179
Karin L. Hooks

Spanish Female Writers and the Freethinking Press, 1879-1926, by Christine Arkinstall, 179-181
Martha Ackelsberg

Comedy and the Feminine Middlebrow Novel: Elizabeth Von Arnim and Elizabeth Taylor, by Erica Brown; Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth Von Arnim: At Her Most Radiant Moment, by Juliane Römhild, 181-185
Alice Ferrebe

Feminist Aesthetics and the Politics of Modernism, by Ewa Płonowska Ziarek, 185-187
John K. Young

Postmodern Utopias and Feminist Fictions, by Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor, 187-189
Rob McAlear

Other Lives, by Iman Humaydan, translated from Arabic by Michelle Hartman, 189-191
Therese Saliba

Fall 2014, Vol. 33, No. 2

From the Editor: Transitions, 9-17 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

In Memoriam: Charlotte Cathey Stewart, 19-21 [full text]

Articles

Shrew(d) Maternities, Elizabeth Cary’s Life, and Filial Equivocations, 23-50 [abstract]
Elizabeth Ann Mackay

Archipelagic Coterie Space: Katherine Philips and Welsh Women’s Writing, 51-76 [abstract]
Sarah Prescott

“Kitchen Queens” and “Tributary Housekeepers”: Irish Servant Stories in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Magazine Fiction, 77-101 [abstract]
Christine Palumbo-DeSimone

The Anxious Lives of Clever Girls: The University Novels of Margaret Drabble, A. S. Byatt, and Hilary Mantel, 103-121 [abstract]
Mary Eagleton

Robin Morgan, Jane Alpert, and Feminist Satire, 123-150 [abstract]
Elizabeth Hedrick

“what I know I cannot know, I must not forget”: Intimations of Alterity in Anna Rabinowitz’s Darkling, 151-178 [abstract]
Claudia Ingram

Zadie Smith On Beauty, Youth, and Aging, 179-202 [abstract]
Colleen Fenno

Archives

Locating Women in Male-Authored Archives: Catharine Brown, Cherokee Women, and the ABCFM Papers, 203-215 Theresa Strouth Gaul

Innovations

Ming Qing Women’s Writings: A Digital Archive and Database of Women’s Literature and History in Late Imperial China, 217-225
Grace S. Fong

The Birth of a Database of Historical Periodicals: Chinese Women’s Magazines in the Late Qing and Early Republican Period, 227-237
Doris Sung, Liying Sun, Matthias Arnold

Reviews

Utopian Negotiation: Aphra Behn and Margaret Cavendish, by Oddvar Holmesland, 239-241
Cynthia Richards

The Matrimonial Trap: Eighteenth-Century Women Writers Redefine Marriage, by Laura E. Thomason, 242-244
Katherine Montwieler

Women, Work, and Clothes in the Eighteenth-Century Novel, by Chloe Wigston Smith, 244-247
Ashley Schoppe

Fallen Forests: Emotion, Embodiment, and Ethics in American Women’s Environmental Writing, 1781-1924, by Karen L. Kilcup, 247-250
Rochelle L. Johnson

Victorian Art Criticism and the Woman Writer, by John Paul M. Kanwit, 250-252
Jennifer J. Krisuk

George Eliot and Money: Economics, Ethics and Literature, by Dermot Coleman, 252-254
Susan E. Cook

Virginia Woolf, Jane Ellen Harrison, and the Spirit of Modernist Classicism, by Jean Mills, 255-257
Theodore Koulouris

The Past That Might Have Been, the Future That May Come: Women Writing Fantastic Fiction, 1960s to the Present, by Lauren J. Lacey, 257-259
Sharon R. Wilson

Activism and the American Novel: Religion and Resistance in Fiction by Women of Color, by Channette Romero, 259-261
Robin E. Field

Nomadic Ethics in Contemporary Women’s Writing in German: Strange Subjects, by Emily Jeremiah, 261-263
Heike Henderson

Poetry, Geography, Gender: Women Rewriting Contemporary Wales, by Alice Entwistle, 264-266
Helen Fulton

Sherazade, by Leïla Sebbar, translated from French by Dorothy S. Blair, 266-268
Michael O’Riley

A True Novel, by Minae Mizumura, translated from Japanese by Juliet Winters Carpenter, 268-270
Janice Brown

Fall 2013/Spring 2014, Vol. 32, No. 2/Vol. 33, No. 1

THEORIZING BREAST CANCER: NARRATIVE, POLITICS, MEMORY

From the Editors, 7-23 [full preface]
Mary K. DeShazer and Anita Helle

Articles

Virtual Cancer: BRCA and Posthuman Narratives of Deleterious Mutation, 25-45 [abstract]
Diane Price Herndl

Emplotted Bodies: Breast Cancer, Feminism, and the Future, 47-70 [abstract]
Emily Waples

Valid/Invalid: Women’s Cancer Narratives and the Phenomenology of Bodily Alteration, 71-87 [abstract]
Jane E. Schultz

“This is how we live”: Witnessing and Testimony in BRCA Memoirs, 89-105 [abstract]
Amy Boesky

“Less Than Perfect”: Negotiating Breast Cancer in Popular Romance Novels, 107-128 [abstract]
Melissa F. Zeiger

“Is Anybody Paying Attention?”: Breast Cancer on Stage in the Twenty-first Century, 129-146 [abstract]
Marta Fernández-Morales

Cancer Comics: Narrating Cancer through Sequential Art, 147-162 [abstract]
Martha Stoddard Holmes

Onco-Filmographics: The Politics and Affects of the Canadian Breast Cancer Documentary, 163-187 [abstract]
Eva C. Karpinski

Willful Vulnerability: Generous Offerings in Cancer in Two Voices and The Century Project, 189-217 [abstract] 
Michelle Peek

Living Breast Cancer: The Art of Hollis Sigler, 219-239 [abstract]
Laura E. Tanner

Reviews

Mammographies: The Cultural Discourses of Breast Cancer Narratives, by Mary K. DeShazer, 241-243
Shelly A. Gregory

Elizabeth Singer Rowe and the Development of the English Novel, by Paula R. Backscheider, 243-246
John Richetti

Anna Seward and the End of the Eighteenth Century, by Claudia Thomas Kairoff, 246-248
Jacqueline M. Labbe

In Contempt: Nineteenth-Century Women, Law, and Literature, by Kristin Kalsem, 248-250
Ayelet Ben-Yishai

Modernism, Feminism, and the Culture of Boredom, by Allison Pease, 251-253
Bonnie Kime Scott

Mother and Myth in Spanish Novels: Rewriting the Maternal Archetype, by Sandra J. Schumm, 253-255
Teresa S. Soufas

Hatred and Forgiveness, by Julia Kristeva, translated from French by Jeanine Herman, 255-257
Nicole Pohl

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]