Fall 2004, Vol. 23, No. 2

From the Editor, 183-188
Holly Laird

Articles

Bodies on the Move: A Poetics of Home and Diaspora, 189-212
Susan Stanford Friedman

Producing Feminine Virtue: Strategies of Terror in Writings by Madame de Genlis, 213-236
Lesley H. Walker

“Cousins in Love, &c.” in Jane Austen, 237-259
Mary Jean Corbett

“Narrat[ing] Some Poor Little Fable”: Evidence of Bodily Pain in The History of Mary Prince and ‘Wife-Torutre in England.’, 261-281
Janice Schroeder

Conflict and Ambiguity in Victorian Women’s Writing: Eliza Lynn Linton and the Possibilities of Agnosticism, 283-310
Sarah J. Bliston

Lorine Niedecker, Simone de Beauvoir, and the Sexual Ethics of Experience, 311-337
G. Matthew Jenkins

Re-membering Cassandra, or Oedipus Gets Hysterical: Contestatory Madness and Illuminating Magic in Angela Carter’s Nights at the Circus, 339-369
Jennifer Gustar

Reviews

Incest and the English Novel, 1684-1814, by Ellen Pollack, 371-373
Theresa Braunschneider

Domesticity, Imperialism, and Emigration in the Victorian Novel, by Diana C. Archibald, 373-375
Catherine J. Golden

Modernism and Cultural Conflict, 1880-1922, by Ann Ardis, 375-377
Talia Schaffer

Step-Daughters of England: British Women Modernists and the National Imaginary, Jane Garrity, 377-379
Eileen Barrett

The Feminine Middlebrow Novel, 1920s to 1950s: Class, Domesticity, and Bohemianism by Nicola Humble, 379-382
Trysh Travis

Middlebrow Moderns: Popular American Women Writers of the 1920s, edited by Lisa Botshon and Meredith Goldsmith, 379-382
Trysh Travis

Elizabeth Bowen: The Shadow Across the Page,by Maud Ellmann, 382-384
Jeanette Roberts Shumaker

Women’s Experience of Modernity, 1875-1945, by Ann L. Ardis and Leslie W. Lewis, 384-386
Stella Deen

Her Husband: Hughes and Plath–A Marriage, by Diane Middlebrook, 386-387
Dianne Hunter

A Desire for Women: Relational Psychoanalysis, Writing, and Relationships Between Women, by Suzanne Juhasz; HerSpace: Women, Writing, and Solitude, edited by Jo Malin and Victoria Boynton, 388-393
Patricia Moran

Zarathustra’s Sisters: Women’s Autobiography and the Shaping of Cultural History, by Susan Ingram, 393-394
Joan Givner

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]