restricted access   Volume 29, Number 2, 2012

Table of Contents

Editors' Notes

pp. 1-2

The Word Made Exhibition: Protestant Reading Meets Catholic Worship in Uncle Tom's Cabin and The Gates Ajar

pp. 179-200

An Expenditure Saved Is an Expenditure Earned: Fanny Fern's Humoring of the Capitalist Ethos

pp. 201-221

The Antiquary and Literary Criticism in the Short Stories of Constance Fenimore Woolson

pp. 222-239

Edna St. Vincent Millay and the Poetess Tradition

pp. 240-262

From the Archives

Finding Edith Eaton

pp. 263-269

The Success of a Mistake

pp. 270-279

The Queer Newspaperwoman in Edith Eaton's "The Success of a Mistake"

pp. 280-299

Legacy Profile

Emily Clemens Pearson, 1818-1900

pp. 300-313

Old Delia. A Southern Reminiscence.

pp. 314-317

Review Essay

Uncle Tom's Cabin in Our Time

pp. 318-328

Book Review

The Great Divorce: A Nineteenth-Century Mother's Extraordinary Fight against Her Husband, the Shakers, and Her Times, and: Domestic Broils: Shakers, Antebellum Marriage, and the Narratives of Mary and Joseph Dyer (review)

pp. 329-335

Post-Manifesto Polygamy: The 1899-1904 Correspondence of Helen, Owen, and Avery Woodruff (review)

pp. 336-343

The House of My Sojourn: Rhetoric, Women, and the Question of Authority (review)

pp. 343-346


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