restricted access   Volume 34, Number 3, Fall 1988

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Feminism and Modern Fiction

Margaret Moan Rowe and Ellen Carol Jones

Contributors

Contributors

p. 334
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Preface

Preface

p. 335
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Marcel's Écriture Féminine

pp. 337-352
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"Utterly Other Discourse": The Anticanon of Experimental Women Writers from Dorothy Richardson to Christine Brooke-Rose

pp. 353-370
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The Word Split Its Husk: Woolf's Double Vision of Modernist Language

pp. 371-385
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Two into Three Won't Go: Mimetic Desire and the Dream of Androgyny in Dancing in the Dark

pp. 387-403
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The Good Old Days in The Good Mother

pp. 405-412
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Misogyny and Appropriation in Wright's Native Son

pp. 413-423
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Linda Snopes Kohl: Faulkner's Radical Woman

pp. 425-436
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Unquiet Ghosts: The Struggle for Representation in Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea

pp. 437-452
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Feminism and African Fiction: The Novels of Mariama Bâ

pp. 453-464
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"In Conversation": Gertrude Stein's Speaker, Message, and Receiver in Painted Lace and other Pieces (1914-1937)

pp. 465-480
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(En)gendering Metafiction: Doris Lessing's Rehearsals for The Golden Notebook

pp. 481-500
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Feminist Critical Theory: A Checklist

Feminist Critical Theory: A Checklist

pp. 501-513
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