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

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]