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]