restricted access   Volume 32, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

From the Editor: Getting What You Pay For? Open Access and the Future of Humanities Publishing

pp. 7-21


Wartime Cosmopolitanism: Cosmofeminism in Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas and Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis

pp. 23-52

"Unsolved Problems": Essayism, Counterfactuals, and the Futures of A Room of One's Own

pp. 53-73

Late Victorian and Modern Feminist Intertexts: The Strachey Women in A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas

pp. 75-98

Girls in Bonds: Prehensile Place and the Domestic Gothic in L. M. Montgomery's Short Fiction

pp. 99-117

"No proper feeling for her house": The Relational Formation of White Womanliness in Shirley Jackson's Fiction

pp. 119-141

Reimagining Migration through the Act of Writing in Anglophone Caribbean Women's Narrative

pp. 143-158

"Sisters separated for much too long": Women's Friendship and Power in Toni Morrison's "Recitatif"

pp. 159-180


The Calm After the Storm: Researching Rebecca West

pp. 181-186

Review Essays

Feminism, Three Ways

pp. 187-194

Negotiating the Traditional and the Modern: Chinese Women's Literature from the Late Imperial Period through the Twentieth Century

pp. 195-220


Conversational Rhetoric: The Rise and Fall of a Women's Tradition, 1600-1900 by Jane Donawerth (review)

pp. 221-223

A Monarchy of Letters: Royal Correspondence and English Diplomacy in the Reign of Elizabeth I by Rayne Allinson (review)

pp. 223-225

The Politics of Rape: Sexual Atrocity, Propaganda Wars, and the Restoration Stage by Jennifer L. Airey (review)

pp. 225-227

Jane Austen's Civilized Women: Morality, Gender, and the Civilizing Process by Enit Karafili Steiner (review)

pp. 228-229

Gabriel by George Sand (review)

pp. 230-231

Giving Women: Alliance and Exchange in Victorian Culture by Jill Rappoport (review)

pp. 231-233

In the Hollow of the Wave: Virginia Woolf and Modernist Uses of Nature by Bonnie Kime Scott (review)

pp. 233-236

The American H. D. by Annette Debo (review)

pp. 236-239

Composing Selves: Southern Women and Autobiography by Peggy Whitman Prenshaw (review)

pp. 239-241

Disciplining Girls: Understanding the Origins of the Classic Orphan Girl Story by Joe Sutliff Sanders (review)

pp. 241-242

Literary Identification from Charlotte Brontë to Tsitsi Dangarembga by Laura Green (review)

pp. 242-245

The Myth of Persephone in Girls' Fantasy Literature by Holly Virginia Blackford (review)

pp. 245-247

Books Received

pp. 253-255


pp. 257-261