Fall 2009, Vol. 28, No. 2

U. S. WOMEN WRITING RACE

U. S. Women Writing Race, 237-246 [full preface]
Katherine Adams, Guest Editor

Articles

Race, Reproduction, and the Failures of Feminism in Mary Bradley Lane’s Mizora, 247-266 [abstract]
Katherine Broad

“Structure Would Equal Meaning”: Blues and Jazz Aesthetics in the Fiction of Nella Larson, 267-289 [abstract]
Lori Harrison-Kahan

“Bleach[ed] Brotherhood”: Race, Consumer Advertising, and Lorine Niedecker’s Lyric, 291-313 [abstract]
Elizabeth Savage

Border Crossings: Women, Race, and Othello in Gayl Jones’s Mosquito, 315-336 [abstract]
Joyce Green MacDonald

Hairitage: Women Writing Race in Children’s Literature, 337-355 [abstract]
Dianne Johnson

Archives

Archived Voices: Refiguring Three Women’s Testimonies Delivered to the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 357-374
Antjie Krog and Nosisi Mpolweni

Reviews

Gender and the Garden in Early Modern English Literature, by Jennifer Munroe, 375-376
Rebecca Bushnell

Acting Like a Lady: British Women Novelists and the Eighteenth-Century Theater, by Nora Nachumi, 376-378.
Jennifer L. Airey

Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain, 1750-1850, by Devoney Looser, 378-380
Lisa Vargo

Traveling Economies: American Women’s Travel Writing, by Jennifer Bernhardt Steadman, 380-382
Cheryl J. Fish

Heretical Hellenism: Women Writers, Ancient Greece, and the Victorian Popular Imagination, by Shanyn Fiske, 382-384
Catherine J. Golden

Ouida the Phenomenon: Evolving Social, Political, and Gender Concerns in Her Fiction, by Natalie Schroeder and Shari Hodges Holt, 384-386
Jane Jordan

Family Likeness: Sex, Marrige, and Incest from Jane Austen to Virginia Woolf, by Mary Jean Corbett, 386-389
Jill Rappoport

Transcending the New Women: Multiethnic Narratives in the Progressive Era, by Charlotte J. Rich, 389-392
Carol Farley Kessler

Transatlantic Women’s Literature, by Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson, 392-394
Kate Flint

At Home and Abroad in the Empire: British Women Write the 1930s, edited by Robin Hackett, Fedea Hauser, and Gay Wachman, 394-396
Marina MacKay

Anglo-Jewish Women Writing the Holocaust: Displaced Witnesses, by Phyllis Lassner, 396-398
Elizabeth R. Baer

Histories, Cultures, and National Identities: Women Writing Spain, 1877-1984, by Christine Arkinstall, 398-399
Catherine G. Bellver

When “I” Was Born: Women’s Autobiography in Modern China, by Jing Wang, 399-402
Hong Zeng

Spring 2009, Vol. 28, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-14 [full preface]
Laura Stevens

Innovations

Recovery 2.0: Beginning the Collective Biographies of Women Project, 15-35
Alison Booth

Articles

The Letter and the Law, or How Caroline Norton (Re)Wrote Female Subjectivity, 37-55 [abstract]
Nicole Fluhr

Placing the Margins: Literary Reviews, Pedagogical Practices, and the Canon of Victorian Women’s Writing, 57-74 [abstract]
Cheryl A. Wilson

“So Many Useful Women”: The Pseudonymous Poetry of Marjorie Allen Seiffert, 1916-1938, 75-96 [abstract]
Audrey Russek

English Lesbians and Irish Devotion: The Manipulation of Sexual Discourse in Molly Keane’s The Rising Tide, 97-119 [abstract]
Catherine Bacon

“Oh! You Beautiful Doll!”: Icon, Image, and Culture in Works by Alvarez, Cisneros, and Morrison, 121-139 [abstract]
Trinna S. Frever

Intervening in Trauma: Bodies, Violence, and Interpretive Possibilities in Vyvyane Loh’s Breaking the Tongue, 141-163 [abstract]
Sally E. McWilliams

Archives

“Nothing Remarkable Took Place”: Discovering the Flynt Sisters,
165-172
Jessica Lang

Reviews

On Latinidad: U. S. Latino Literature and the Contstruction of Ethnicity, by Marta Caminero-Santangelo, 173-177
Katherine Sugg

Toni Morrison and the Idea of Africa, by La Vinia Delois Jennings,
177-178
Anissa Janine Wardi

Galactic Suburbia: Recovering Women’s Science Fiction, by Lisa Yaszek, 179-180
Jane Donawerth

Little House, Long Shadow: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Impact on American Culture, by Anita Clair Fellman, 180-183
Joanne Fiet Diehl

Picturing a Different West: Vision, Illustration, and the Tradition of Cather and Austin, by Janis P. Stout, 183-186
Jeane Harris

Djuna Barnes’ Consuming Fictions, by Diane Warren, 186-190
Meryl Altman

Art and the Transitional Object in Vernon Lee’s Supernatural Tales, by Patricia Pullham, 190-193
Rita Severi

Come Buy, Come Buy: Shopping and the Culture of Consumption in Victorian Women’s Writing, by Krista Lysack, 193-194
Kathleen Blake

The Brontës in the World of the Arts, edited by Sandra Hagan and Juliette Wells, 195-197
Kathleen A. Miller

Seeing Suffering in Women’s Literature of the Romantic Era, by Elizabeth A. Dolan, 197-198
Linda L. Reesman

Women, Sociability and Theatre in Georgian London, by Gillian Russell, 199-201
Katherine Scheil

Women Novelists Before Jane Austen: The Critics and Their Canons, by Brian Corman, 201-202
Audrey Bilger

Jane Leade: Biography of a Seventeenth-Century Mystic, by Julie Hirst, 202-205
Paula McDowell

Women and Islam in Early Modern English Literature, by Bernadette Andrea; Religion, Reform and Women’s Writing in Early Modern England, by Kimberly Anne Coles, 205-207
Erica Longfellow

Fall 2008, Vol. 27, No. 2

From the Editor 231-236 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

Planes, Politics, and Protofeminist Poetics: Muriel Rukeyser’s “Theory of Flight” and The Middle of the Air, 237-257
Lexi Rudnitsky

Dreaming Gender: Kyōgoku School Japanese Women Poets (Re)Writing the Feminine Subject, 259-289
Joe Parker

“The Remembrance Haunts Me Like a Crime”: Narrative Control, the Dramatic, and the Female Gothic in Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s Mathilda, 291-308
Kathleen A. Miller

Reading Modernism’s Cultural Field: Rebecca West’s The Strange Necessity and the Aesthetic “System of Relations,309-325
Laura Heffernan

Dismembering the Heterosexual Imaginary: A Feminist Cultural Anatomy of the Infidelity Narrative in Nancy Mairs’s Remembering the Bone House, 327-352
Merri Lisa Johnson

Archives

Preface, 353
Laura M. Stevens

National Treasures and Nationalist Gardens: Unlocking the Archival Mysteries of Bean na h-Éireann, 355-364
Lisa Weihman

Finding Order Through Serial Fiction: Literary Detective Work in the National Library of Ireland, 365-369
Emily Janda Monteiro

Reviews

Pandora’s Senses: The Feminine Character of the Ancient Text, by Vered Lev Kenaan, 371-372
Lillian E. Doherty

On Matricide: Myth, Psychoanalysis and the Law of the Mother, by Amber Jacobs, 372-374
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz

Prodigal Daughters: Susanna Rowson’s Early American Women, by Marion Rust, 375-376
Michael J. Drexler

Changing Rapture: Emily Dickinson’s Poetic Development, by Aliki Barnstone, 376-378
Joanne Fiet Diehl

Edith Wharton and the Visual Arts, by Emily J. Orlando, 378-380
Carol J. Singley

The Beauty and the Book: Women and Fiction in Nineteenth-Century China, by Ellen Widmer, 380-384
Patricia Sieber

Screening Novel Women: From British Domestic Fiction to Film, by Liora Brosh, 384-386
Margaret D. Stetz

The Woman Painter in Victorian Literature, by Antonia Losano, 387-388
Kathleen R. Slaugh-Sanford.

The Jewess in Nineteenth-Century British Literary Culture, by Nadia Valman, 389-390
Cynthia Scheinberg

Eternally Eve: Images of Eve in the Hebrew Bible, Midrash, and Modern Jewish Poetry, by Anne Lapidus Lerner. Modernism, Feminism, and Jewishness, by Maren Tova Linett, 391-394
Andrew Vogel Ettin

The Feminist Avant-Garde: Transatlantic Encounters of the Early Twentieth Century, Lucy Delop, 394-396
Melissa Sullivan

Entitled to the Pedestal: Place, Race, and Progress in White Southern Women’s Writing, by Nghana Tamu Lewis, 396-398
Ann Romines

Textual Contraception: Birth Control and Modern American Fiction, by Beth Widmaier Capo, 398-399
Anne Balay

Courting Failure: Women and Law in Twentieth-Century Literature, by Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson, 400-403
Maria Aristodemou

Spring 2008, Vol. 27, No. 1

Revisiting Female Authorship in the Long Eighteenth Century

Editor’s Note

From the Editor, 7-16 [full preface]

Laura M. Stevens

Articles

“Affecting the Shade”: Attribution, Authorship, and Anonymity in An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex, 17-37
Johanna Devereaux

“Far Other Times Are These”: The Bluestockings in the Time of Ossian, 39-62
JoEllen M. DeLucia

Parroting and the Periodical: Women’s Speech, Haywood’s Parrot, and its Antecedents, 63-91
Manushag N. Powell

“Little Brown Girl” in a “White, White City”: Una Marson and London, 93-114
Anna Snaith

Jews in China and American Discourses of Identity in Pearl S. Buck’s Peony, 115-139
Taryn L. Okuma

Archives

Avoiding “Troubles of Every Kind”: Lessons for Archival Research, 141-149
Diana Vela

Innovations

Before NEWW (New approaches to European Women’s Writing): Prolegomena to the Launching of an International Project, 151-157
Suzan van Dijk, Anke Gilleir, and Alicia C. Montoya

Review Essay

Middlebrow Feminism, 159-166 [full essay]
Jane Marcus

Reviews

Virginia Woolf and Trauma: Embodied Texts, edited by Suzette Henke and David Eberly, 167-169
Pamela L. Caughie

Virginia Woolf and the Nineteenth-Century Domestic Novel, by Emily Blair, 170-171
Jane de Gay

Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Bed: Modernism’s Fairy Tales, by Ann Martin, 171-173
Heidi Pierce

Infamous Commerce: Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture, by Laura J. Rosenthal, 173-175
Katherine Binhammer

Tracing Women’s Romanticism: Gender, History, and Transcendence, by Kari E. Lokke, 176-177
Joyce Zonana

The New Woman and the Empire, by Iveta Jusová, 178-181
Sally Ledger

New Woman and Colonial Adventure Fiction in Victorian Britain: Gender, Genre, and Empire, by LeeAnne Richardson, 178-181
Sally Ledger

Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present, 181-186
Miranda Hickman

Front-Page Girls: Women Journalists in American Culture and Fiction, 1880-1930, by Jean Marie Lutes, 186-188
Leslie Petty

Driving Women: Fiction and Automobile Culture in Twentieth-Century America, by Deborah Clarke, 188-189
Laura L. Behling

Soft Weapons: Autobiography in Transit, by Gillian Whitlock, 190-192
miriam cooke

Women Writing Africa: The Southern Region, edited by M. J. Daymond, Dorothy Driver, Sheila Meintjes, Leloba Molema, Chiedza Musengeza, Margie Orford, and Nobantu Rasebotsa; Writing Africa: West Africa and the Sahel, edited by Esi Sutherland-Addy, and Aminata Diaw, 192-195
MaryEllen Higgins

Fall 2007, Vol. 26, No. 2

Editor’s Note, 191-197 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

Negotiating Woman: Ana Caro’s El conde Partinuplés and Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s La vida es sueño, 199-216
Mercedes Maroto Camino

“A Track to the Water’s Edge”: Learning to Suffer in Sarah Grand’s The Heavenly Twins, 217-241
Anna Maria Jones

Sitwell Beyond the Semiotic: Gender, Race, and Empire in Façade, 243-267
Marsha Bryant

“De Talkin’ Game”: The Creation of Psychic Space in Selected Short Fiction of Zora Neale Hurston, 269-286
Doris Davis

Exploring the “Mind of the Hive”: Embodied Cognition in Sylvia Plath’s Bee Poems, 287-308
Jessica Lewis Luck

Rum Histories: Decolonizing the Narratives of Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea and Sylvia Townsend Warner’s The Flint Anchor, 309-330
Jennifer P. Nesbitt

Archives

The Writerly Life of Eva Frances Douglas, 331-337
Randi Lynn Tanglen

Reviews

Literary Couplings: Writing Couples, Collaborators, and the Construction of Authorship, edited by Marjorie Stone and Judith Thompson, 339-342
Janice Doane and Devon Hodges

Between Women: Friendship, Desire, and Marriage in Victorian England, by Sharon Marcus, 342-344
Jill Rappoport

From Sensation to Society: Representations of Marriage in the Fiction of Mary Elizabeth Braddon, 1862-1866, by Natalie Schroeder and Ronald A. Schroeder, 344-346
Winifred Hughes

In Science’s Shadow: Literary Constructions of Late Victorian Women, by Patricia Murphy, 346-347
Ellen Bayuk Rosenman

Autobiography and Gender in Early Modern Literature: Reading Women’s Lives, 1600-1680, by Sharon Cadmon Seelig, 348-349
Meredith Anne Skura

British Women’s Writing in the Long Eighteenth Century: Authorship, Politics, and History, by Jennie Batchelor and Cora Kaplan, 349-351
Laura J. Rosenthal

Narrative Settlements: Geographies of British Women’s Fiction Between the Wars, by Jennifer Poulos Nesbitt, 351-352
Jennifer Shaddock

Rebecca West Today: Contemporary Critical Approaches, edited by Bernard Schweizer, 353-354
Lyn Pykett

The Critical Waltz: Essays on the Work of Dorothy Parker, edited by Rhonda S. Pettit, 354-356
Charlotte Templin

Ordering the Facade: Photography and Contemporary Southern Women’s Writing, by Katherine Henninger, 356-358
Mary Titus

Politics of the Female Body: Postcolonial Women Writers of the Third World, by Ketu H. Katrak, 358-360
Gita Rajan

New Visions of Community in Contemporary American Fiction: Tan, Kingsolver, Castillo, Morrison, by Magali Cornier Michael, 360-361
Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson

Spring 2007, Vol. 26, No. 1

The Silver Jubilee Issue: What We Have Done & Where We Are Going

From the Editor, 7-9 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

From a Former Editor’s Perspective: Women’s Literary History, Continued, 11-14
Shari Benstock with Suzanne Ferriss

What Difference(s) Did “She” Make? Or, My Aunt, the Dragon, 15-22
Holly A. Laird

Treason Our Text: A Preposthumous View, 23-27
Lillian S. Robinson with Douglas Michael Massing

The Personal Is Political, the Past Has Potential, and Other Thoughts on Studying Women’s Literature–Then and Now, 29-38
Frances Smith Foster

Professionalizing Feminism: What a Long, Strange Journey It Has Been, 39-51
Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth

SOFA: Toward a History of the Future, 53-60
Mary Louise Pratt

Ancient Roman Women’s Writings Sub Specie XXV Annorum, 61-65
Judith P. Hallett

Medieval Feminism in Middle English Studies: A Retrospective, 67-79
Elizabeth Robertson

Risky Business: Feminism Now and Then, 81-86
Felicity Nussbaum

Women Writers ≠ Women Novelists, 87-95
Susan Staves

Bound by Convention: Women’s Writing and the Feminine Voice in Eighteenth-Century China, 97-105
Maram Epstein

Writing Women in Early American Studies: On Canons, Feminist Critique, and the Work of Writing Women into History, 107-118
Carla Mulford

Native Women Writing: Reading Between the Lines, 119-125
Hilary E. Wyss

Archives

An Introduction to The Orlando Project, 127-134
Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Sharon Balazs, and Jeffrey Antoniuk

Innovations

The Story of the Orlando Project: Personal Reflections, 135-143
Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Sharon Balazs, and Jeffrey Antoniuk

Reviews

Rooms of Our Own, by Susan Gubar, 145-147
Suzette Henke

Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Avant-Garde: War, Civilizations, Modernity, by Christine Froula, 147-149
Jessica Berman

A History of Twentieth-Century British Women’s Poetry, by Jane Dowson and Alice Entwistle, 149-150
William May

The Spectacular Modern Woman: Feminine Visibility in the 1920s, by Liz Conor, 150-154
Jane Garrity

Speaking Power: Black Feminist Orality in Women’s Narratives of Slavery, by DoVeanna S. Fulton, 154-155
Teresa Zackodnik

Representing Female Artistic Labour, 1848-1890: Refining Work for the Middle-Class Woman, by Patricia Zakreski, 156-157
Christine Bayles Kortsch

Political Speaking Justified: Women Prophets and the English Revolution, Teresa Feroli, 158-160
Hilda L. Smith

Fall 2006, Vol. 25, No. 2

“Women Didn’t Really Write Back Then”: From the Editor, 209-220 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

From Voice to Persona: Amelia Welby’s Lyric Tradition in Sarah M. B. Piatt’s Early Poetry, 223-246
Susan Grove Hall

(Re)gendering Petrarch: Elizabeth Barret Browning’s Sonnets from the Portuguese, 247-266
Marianne Van Remoortel

“Presumption” and “Unlearning”: Reading Muriel Rukeyser’s ‘The Book of the Dead’ as a Woman’s American Epic, 267-289
Jenny Goodman

Romance and Revolution: Reading Women’s Narratives of Caribbean Decolonization, 291-306
Kevin Meehan

Transnational, Transcultural Feminisms? Amma Darko’s Response in Beyond the Horizon, 307-322
MaryEllen (Ellie) Higgins

Jewish Gender Trouble: Women Writing Men of Valor, 323-334
Helene Meyers

Archives

“It Spoke Directly to the Heart”: Discovering the Mourning Journal of Melesina Trench,335-345
Katharine Kittredge

Reviews

Approaches to the Anglo and American Female Epic, 1621-1982, edited by Bernard Schweizer, 347-348
Cheryl A. Wilson

Dressed in Fiction, by Clair Hughes, 348-350
Christine Bayles Kortsch

Maverick Autobiographies: Women Writers and the American West, 1900-1936, by Cathryn Halverson, 350-352
Jenny Emery Davidson

British Women Writers 1914-1945: Professional Work and Friendship, by Catherine Clay, 352-354
Melissa Sullivan

The Text Is Myself: Women’s Life Writing and Catastrophe, by Miriam Fuchs, 354-355
Georgia Johnston

The Button Box: A Daughter’s Loving Memoir of Mrs. George S. Patton, by Ruth Ellen Patton, 356-357
Josephine Donovan

Writing Catholic Women: Contemporary International Girlhood Narratives, by Jeana DelRosso; Visual Habits: Nuns, Feminism, and American Postwar Popular Culture, by Rebecca Sullivan, 357-359
Nancy Lusignan Schultz

Spring 2006, Vol. 25, No. 1

Emotions

From the Editor, 7-12 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

On Fairy Tales, Their Sensitive Characters, and The Sensible Readers They Create, 13-30
Christine A. Jones

“Miserable Reflections on the Sorrows of My Life”: Letters, Loneliness, and Gardening in the 1760s, 31-47
Stephen Bending

“Sympathetic Curiosity”: The Theater of Joanna Baillie, 49-70
Barbara Judson

Romancing the Sublime: Why Mary Wollstonecraft Fell in Love With That Cad, Gilbert Imlay, 71-91
Cynthia D. Richards

“The Medicine of Sympathy”: Mothers, Sons, and Affective Pedagogy in Antebellum America, 93-115
Ken Parille

Vernon Lee’s Art of Feeling, 117-139
Joseph Bristow

Women, Animals, and Jane Goodall: Reason to Hope, 141-151
Marianne DeKoven

Reviews

The Representation of Women’s Emotions in Medieval and Early Modern Culture, by Lisa Perfetti, 153-156
Elizabeth Allen

Novel Relations: The Transformation of Kinship in English Literature and Culture, 1748-1818, by Ruth Perry, 156-157
Heidi Hutner

Dress, Distress and Desire: Clothing and the Female Body in Eighteenth-Century Literature, by Jennie Batchelor, 158-160
Audrey Bilger

Critical Voices: Women and Art Criticsm in Britain, 1880-1905, by Meaghan Clarke, 160-162
Margaret Stetz

Medical Women and Victorian Fiction, by Kristine Swenson, 162-165
Maria Frawley

Territories of the Psyche: The Fiction of Jean Rhys, by Anne B. Simpson; Whiteness and Trauma: The Mother-Daughter Knot in the Fiction of Jean Rhys, Jamaica Kincaid and Toni Morrison by Victoria Burrows, 165-170
Patricia Moran

Mary Austin’s Regionalism: Reflections on Gender, Genre, and Geography, by Heike Schaefer, 170-172
Shelley Armitage

The Recipe Reader: Narratives, Contexts, Traditions, edited by Janet Floyd and Laurel Forster, 172-176
Teresa Mangum

The Victorian Woman Question in Contemporary Feminist Fiction, by Jeannette King, 176-177
Cheryl A. Wilson

Fall 2005, Vol. 24, No. 2

The Feminist Legacy of Carolyn Heilbrun

From the Editor, 205-208 [full preface]
Holly Laird

Articles

Preface, 209-218
Holly Laird

Introduction, 219-222
Susan Gubar

The Invisible Woman in the Academy: Or, Murder Still Without a Text, 223-229
Alice Jardine

On Emancipatory Legacies: A Séance, 231-240
Christine Froula

Remarks in Honor of Carolyn Heilbrun, 241-245
Sara Paretsky

The Supple Suitor: Death, Women, Feminism, and (Assisted or Unassisted) Suicide, 247-525
Sandra M. Gilbert

The Mysterious Life of Kate Fansler, 257-264
Susan Kress

Tenured Death, 265-268
Nina Auerbach

We Think Back Through Carolyn Heilbrun If We Are Women, 269-274
Molly Hite

Death Unmanned, 275-282
Gail Holst-Warhaft

Performing Age, Performing Gender: The Legacy of Carolyn Heilbrun, 283-290
Kathleen Woodward

Domestic Politics: Gender, Protest, and Elizabeth Barret Browning’s Poems before Congress, 291-317
Katherine Montwieler

“There Was a World of Things . . . and a World of Words”: Narration of Self through Object in Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Scenes of Childhood, 319-339
Kristianne Kalata

Reviews

Worrying the Line: Black Women Writers, Lineage, and Literary Tradition, by Cheryl A. Wall, 341-343
Suzanne W. Jones

Humoring Resistance: Laughter and the Excessive Body in Latin American Women’s Fiction, by Dianna C. Niebylski, 343-345
Stacey Schlau

Maxine Hong Kingston’s Broken Book of Life: An Intertextual Study of of The Woman Warrior and China Men, by Maureen Sabine, 345-346
Shameem Black

Race and Time: American Women’s Poetics from Anti-Slavery to Racial Modernity, by Janet Gray, 346-348
Laurel Bollinger

Reading Adoption: Family and Difference in Fiction and Drama, by Marianne Novy, 348-350
Margaret Homans

Scenes of the Apple: Food and the Female Body in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Women’s Writing, edited by Tamar Heller and Patricia Moran, 351-353
Sarah Sceats

Raising the Dust: The Literary Housekeeping of Mary Ward, Sarah Grand, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman, by Beth Sutton-Ramspeck, 353-355
Mary Titus

Writing for Immortality: Women Writers and the Emergence of High Literary Culture in America, by Anne E. Boyd, 355-356
Mary Rigsby

Subjects on Display: Psychoanalysis, Social Expectation, and Victorian Femininity, by Beth Newman, 357-358
Laura Green

The Romantic Poetess: European Culture, Politics and Gender, 1820-1840, by Patrick H. Vincent, 358-360
Mary Anne Nunn

Spring 2005, Vol. 24, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-11
Holly Laird

Articles

“Counterfeit Colour”: Making Up Race in Elizabeth Cary’s The Tragedy of Mariam, 13-34
Kimberly Woosley Poitevin

“In This Strang Labourinth, How Shall I Turne?”: Needlework, Gardens, and Writing in Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus, 35-55
Jennifer Munroe

“I Recognized Myself in Her”: Identifying with the Reader in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss and Simone de Beauvoir’s Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter, 57-79
Laura Green

“The Pleas of the Desperate”: Collective Agency Versus Magical Realism in Ana Castillo’s So Far From God, 81-103
Marta Caminero-Santangelo

The Neodomestic American Novel: The Politics of Home in Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible, 105-127
Kristin J. Jacobson

Bread and Brandy: Food and Drink in the Poetry of Marilyn Hacker, 129-150
Mary Biggs

Reviews

Skeptical Feminism: Activist Theory, Activist Practice, by Carolyn Dever, 151-155
Molly Hite

Wonder Women: Feminism and Superheroes, by Lillian S. Robinson, 155-157
Shelley Armitage

Intimate Friends: Women Who Loved Women, 1778-1928, by Martha Vicinus, 157-159
Caroline Gonda

Writing out of Place: Regionalism, Women, and American Literary Culture, by Judith Fetterley and Marjorie Pryse, 159-162
Carolyn L. Karcher

Sherlock’s Sisters: The British Female Detective, 1864-1913,by Joseph A. Kestner, 162-164
Lynn M. Alexander

Women, Compulsion, Modernity: The Moment of American Naturalism, by Jennifer L. Fleissner, 164-166
Marjorie Pryse

Colonial Strangers: Women Writing The End of The British Empire, by Phyllis Lassner, 166-168
Margaret D. Stetz

Hearts of Darkness: White Women Write Race, by Jane Marcus, 168-170
Jeanne Perreault

Edith Wharton’s Writings From the Great War, by Julie Olin-Ammentorp, 170-171
Mary Anne Schofield

Healing Narratives: Women Writers Curing Culture Dis-ease, by Gay Wilentz, 172-173
Marilyn Dallman Seymour

Risking Difference: Identification, Race, and Community in Contemporary Fiction and Feminism, by Jean Wyatt, 173-177
J. Brooks Bouson

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]