restricted access   Volume 59, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Women’s Fiction, New Modernist Studies, and Feminism

pp. 229-240
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Articles

Making it New: Persephone Books and the Modernist Project

pp. 241-287
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Olive Moore’s Headless Woman

pp. 288-316
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Adultery Behind Purdah and the Politics of Indian Muslim Nationalism in Zeenuth Futehally’s Zohra

pp. 317-345
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Dorothy Arzner’s Talkies: Gender, Technologies of Voice, and the Modernist Sensorium

pp. 346-372
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“Get on or Get Out”: Failure and Negative Femininity in Jean Rhys’s Voyage in the Dark

pp. 373-394
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“At Least I get my dinners free”: Transgressive Dining in Marghanita Laski’s To Bed with Grand Music

pp. 395-415
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“Her symbol was civil war”: Recovering Muriel Rukeyser’s Lost Spanish Civil War Novel

pp. 416-439
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Modernism, Monsters, and Margaret Sanger

pp. 440-460
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Contributors

pp. 461-462
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2012 Margaret Church MFS Memorial Prize

p. 463
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