Cabinets of the curious: readers in the nineteenth century American archive and the search for a story-like life / Zoe Trodd -- Women’s history, women’s empowerment: Lydia Maria Child’s Ladies Family Library Series / Susan Toth Lord -- Cinderella revisited: women writers and the stepfamily / Christine Poulson -- The hidden harlot: alternative ideals of womanhood in nineteenth century women’s fiction / Susan Cruea -- Victorian women poets and the art of collaboration / Susan Soroka -- "That idyl of the June, that girls’ gospel" : Elizabeth Stuart Phelps and Browning’s Aurora Leigh / Becky Wingard Lewis -- Cuban femininity and national unity in Louisa May Alcott’s moods and Elizabeth Stoddard’s "Eros and Anteros" / Nina Bannett -- Bad girls of the VAD: World War I fallen women in the forbidden zone / Jennifer Shaddock -- Modernism, maternity, and the radical women poet / Julia Lisella -- Riders of the new wave: the feminist science fiction of Le Guin,Russ, and Tiptree / Alayne Peterson -- Embodying the muse, opening pandora’s box: Post-Modern counter narratives of female creativity and community / Jennifer E. Dunn -- Sacred frontiers: looking for fissures to construct an alternate feminist subjectivity in Fatima Mernissi’s Dreams of trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood / Diya Abdo -- Who I be I grow up / here? : literary recuperations of Harlem’s streets / Alison Perry -- Womb fiction: late twentieth century challenges to the woman as womb paradigm / Natalie Wilson.
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