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Critical Approaches to Literature: Feminist

Table of Contents

About this Volume, Robert C. Evans

The Feminism of Renaissance Love Poetry, Robert C. Evans

Imag(in)ing the Female Reader: The Lady’s Magazine in the New Republic, Karen E. Rowe

Margaret Fuller’s Woman in the Nineteenth Century and American Literary History, Brian Yothers

Linda Loman and Cognitive Psychology in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Robert C. Evans

Rebel Daughters: Margaret Walker and Muriel Rukeyser, Julia Lisella

The Body of Sextus in Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece, Fran Teague and Nathan P. Gilmour

Killing Desdemona: Possible Feminist Responses to the Death Scene in Shakespeare’s Othello, Robert C. Evans

Body and Text in Early Epistolary Fiction, Culminating in Richardson’s Pamela, Joyce Kelley

“Make Savings, Not Children”: Malthus and Population Control in Emma and Mansfield Park, Sarah Fredericks

Christina Rossetti as a “Feminist” Poet, Crystie Deuter

Feminism in Kate Chopin’s “Flash Fiction,” Caitlin Celka

Genevieve Taggard’s Socialist Feminist Interventions in Lyric Making, Julia Lisella

Women and “Feminism” in Zora Neale Hurston’s “The Gilded Six-Bits,” Christina M. Garner

A War Story of One’s Own: Katherine Anne Porter’s Re-Envisioning of Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Michael E. Kaufmann

Telling It Like It Was: Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook as a Protofeminist Text, Nicolas Tredell

Failed Stories of Rewriting and Revision in Sandra Cisneros’s Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories, Anne McGee

The Thirtysomething Wives’ Tale: Zadie Smith’s NW as a Post-Feminist Text, Nicolas Tredell

Feminist Pluralism: A Variety of Possible Feminist Approaches to Literature and Film


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