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Index

Abel, Elizabeth, 7374n20

Afro-American literature, 27, 1049, 115

After Leaving Mr Mackenzie, 23, 4247, 5053

Alvarez, A., 1920

Angier, Carole, 21n6

Athill, Diana, 34n31, 44, 54

Atwood, Margaret: Bodily Harm, 155; The Handmaid’s Tale, 156n23; Lady Oracle, 12767; Surfacing, 131

Austen, Jane, 5, 12

Autobiography. See Biography

Barth, John, 12

Barthelme, Donald, 12

Barthes, Roland, 31n25

Beauvoir, Simone de, 6, 56n2

Belkin, Roslyn, 144n17

Biography, 14; in Rhys, 1922

Bloom, Harold, 12n20, 124n36

Body, female, 13132, 13641, 14650, 158, 165

Broken form. See Coherence, narrative

Brontë, Charlotte, 5, 12; Jane Eyre, 3044

Brontë, Emily, 12; Wuthering Heights, 137

Canon, literary, 1112, 15

Carey, John L., 64n14

Character, 69, 82; coherent and fragmented, 6465, 73, 8083, 93, 99, 102, 147; flat and round, 2527, 4749, 53, 73; major and minor, 25, 27, 122, 154

Chase, Richard, 108

Chemin, Kim, 149n19

Cixous, Helène, 13n20, 1617

Coherence, 6365, 91; of character, 6465, 6873, 80, 9193, 99, 147; narrative, 4, 71, 8992, 98102, 137, 14347, 165

Color Purple, The, 10326, 131

Confession, confessional narrative, 8, 127, 156

Consciousness, stream of, 1011, 48

Contemporary feminist narrative, 24, 1718, 167

Cummins, Marsha Z., 22n8

Davey, Frank, 130n2, 135n9

Davidson, Arnold E., 23nn10 and 12

Derrida, Jacques, 1213n20, 12122

Desire, female. See Sexuality, female

Dias, Selma Vaz, 19n1, 34n30

Difference. See Other

Disintegration. See Coherence

Draine, Betsy, 84

DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, Writing beyond the Ending, 3n3, 6, 107n9, 123, 125

Ecriture féminine, 12n20, 16

Eliot, George, 5, 12

El Saffar, Ruth, 104n1

Empson, William, 109n16

Felman, Shoshana, 144

Feminist criticism, 1, 1116, 1922, 27, 135, 166

Feminist issues, 480

Forster, E. M., Aspects of the Novel, 2526

Fragmentation. See Coherence

Fraser, Nancy, 16n28

Friedan, Betty, The Feminine Mystique, 8586

Frye, Joanne S., 15n24

Frye, Northrop, 11113

Gallop, Jane, 14243nn13 and 14

Gardiner, Judith Kegan, 22n8

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., 104, 109

Gilbert, Sandra M., 14445; and Susan Gubar, The Madwoman in the Attic, 5n7, 1314, 32n27, 37n34, 105, 145

Godard, Barbara, 144n17, 160n27

Golden Notebook, The, 55101, 127, 131

Gothic novel, 13037, 14654, 15758, 16163

Grace, Sherrill, 130n2

Greene, Gayle, 7n11, 72n19, 75n31

Gubar, Susan, The Madwoman in the Attic, 5n7, 1314, 32n27, 37n34, 105, 145

Gussow, Adam, 104n1

Harper, Philip Brian, 25n13, 122n33

Hassan, Ihab, 88n31

H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), 6

Heroine’s text, 5, 10, 107, 135, 153, 15556, 158

Heterosexual romance plot. See Heroine’s text

Hite, Molly, 2nn1 and 2, 159n26

Hobson, Marian, 122n32

Homans, Margaret, 3n4

Howe, Florence, 55n1, 92n34

Howe, Irving, 5961

Hunter, Dianne, 155n24

Hurston, Zora Neale: Mules and Men, 105n4; Their Eyes Were Watching God, 1046, 11821, 12326

Hutcheon, Linda, 17

Irigaray, Luce, 16; Speculum of the Other Woman, 4, 7n11, 28n19, 14245, 157, 16253; “This Sex Which Is Not One,” 167

Jacobus, Mary, 5n7, 14

Jardine, Alice, 7n11, 16, 17n29

Jones, Ann Rosalind, 7n11

Jouve, Nicole Ward, 79n24

Kahane, Claire, 13435

Kaplan, Sydney Janet, 11n17, 81n26

Katz, Tamar, 104n1

Kenner, Hugh, 12n19

Kermode, Frank, 10810, 112n21

Kubitschek, Missy Dehn, 37n34

Lacan, Jacques, 3, 155

Lady Oracle, 12767

Laing, R. D., 94n36

“Language,” failure of, 6569

Lauretis, Teresa de, 7n11

Lawrence, D. H., 12, 79

Lecker, Robert, 156n25

Lessing, Doris: Canopus in Argos, 70, 101; The Diaries of Jane Somers, 86, 101; The Four-Gated City, 101; The Golden Notebook, 55101, 127, 131; The Good Terrorist, 102n43; Play with a Tiger, 63n13, 76n22; Retreat to Innocence, 58n5; “The Small Personal Voice,” 58n5, 63; “To Room Nineteen,” 70, 94

Lindsay, Jack, 5758, 68n16

Lodge, David, The Modes of Modern Writing, 11n17, 15, 107n10

Lukács, Georg, 58n5

Lurie, Alison, 27n18

Lyotard, Jean François, 16n28

McCaffery, Larry, 12n20, 15n26

McHale, Brian, 2n1

McMillin, Scott, 115n27

McPherson, Diane, 22n9

Madness, 2837, 6, 61n9, 71, 8587, 89, 9195, 135

Marcus, Jane, 3n3

Margins, marginality, 12, 42, 114, 12122, 159; marginal characters, 25, 28, 3435, 42, 47, 5254, 122

Marriage plot. See Heroine’s text

Martens, Cathrine, 135n9, 150n21, 160n27

Marxism, 8487; and the novel, 2728, 5663, 67

Mellown, Elgin, 19, 20n2

Metafiction, 17, 68, 71

Miller, Nancy K.: “Arachnologies,” 18n30; The Heroine’s Text, 5, 107n9

Mirror, 135, 14547, 156, 16163

Modernist fiction, 6, 1013, 15, 55, 57, 99, 100

Modleski, Tania, 133n4

Moerman, Maryvonne, 21

Moers, Ellen, 13n21

Moglen, Helene, 31n24

Moi, Toril, 7n11

Mootry-Ikerionwu, Maria K., 104n1

Morgan, Ellen, 7475n31, 81n25

Moss, Howard, 19n1

Mothers, mothering, 12326, 129, 13438, 14649, 152, 15861

Names, naming, 3951, 6669, 71, 74, 8587

Nicholson, Linda J., 16n28

Oates, Joyce Carol, 36, 4142

O’Connor, Teresa F., 2021, 38

Ohmann, Richard, 15n26

Ohrbach, Susie, Fat Is a Feminist Issue, 149n19

Other, 4041, 135; side of the story, 49, 14, 34, 54, 8890, 12729, 145, 167; woman as, 49, 14, 28, 12831, 14146, 15759, 165, 167

Owens, Craig, 16n28

Pafford, J. H. P., 111

Parker, Patricia, 150n20

Poggioli, Renato, 112nn21 and 22, 120n29

Pollitt, Katha, 166n30

Possibility, 6271, 74, 92, 94, 99, 102, 155, 167

Postmodernism, 16; postmodernist fiction, 1, 1115

Precedent, literary, 4142, 4654, 10715, 126

Psychoanalysis, 6366, 75, 81, 8485, 135, 142, 15556

Pynchon, Thomas, 2n1, 12

Radcliffe, Ann, 134n5

Radway, Janice A., 133n4

Realist narrative, 6, 1013, 18; The Color Purple and, 1038; The Golden Notebook and, 55, 5768, 7479, 8283, 90, 92, 99100; Lady Oracle and, 137, 141, 147, 149

Reflection. See Mirror

Rhodes, Philip, 31n24

Rhys, Jean: After Leaving Mr Mackenzie, 23, 4247, 5053; “Outside the Machine,” 2627; Voyage in the Dark, 23, 26n15, 4750, 53; Wide Sargasso Sea, 3241, 47, 53

Rich, Adrienne, 72n19

Richardson, Dorothy, 6, 811

Rigby, Elizabeth, 32n27

Romance. See Shakespearean romance

Romance plot. See Heroine’s text

Rosenberg, Jerome H., 131n3

Ross, Catherine Sheldrick, 130n2

Rubenstein, Roberta, 74n30, 93n35, 9798

Russo, Mary, 145n18

Sadoff, Dianne F., 1067, 123

Sage, Lorna, 59, 64n15

Scharfman, Ronnie, 40

Schlueter, Paul, 76n22

Schreiber, LeAnne, 166n30

Schweickart, Patrocinio P., 64n15

Sexuality, female, 3638, 87, 11617, 13343, 148, 162n28, 165

Shakespearean romance, 10814, 118, 122

Showalter, Elaine, 5n7, 7n11, 13n21, 7475n31

Sigal, Clancy, 88n31, 94n36

Sinclair, May, 1011

Snitow, Ann Barr, 1415n24

Sollers, Philippe, 69, 99100

Spielberg, Steven, 115

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty, 2930, 33n29, 40n39, 41n40

Story, storytelling: in The Golden Notebook, 6771, 78, 96, 100101; in Lady Oracle, 12729, 132, 134, 147, 155; in Rhys’s novels, 4754; in Walker’s and Hurston’s novels, 1056, 11820, 124

Stream of consciousness, 1011, 48

Structure, narrative. See Coherence

Swigger, Ronald T., 55n1

Swinnerton, Frank, 9

Taubman, Robert, 56n2

Taylor, Jenny, 59n7

Their Eyes Were Watching God, 1046, 11821, 12326

Thomas, Clara, 130n2

Thurman, Judith, 19n1

Tompkins, Jane P., 12n18

Towers, Robert, 1034, 107

Tradition, literary. See Precedent, literary

Trilling, Diana, 1920, 75n31

Victims, victimization, 2754, 138, 151, 153, 157

Voyage in the Dark, 23, 26n15, 4750, 53

Walker, Alice: The Color Purple, 10326, 131; Grange Copeland, 103; “In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens,” 125; Meridian, 103; “Zora Neale Hurston: A Cautionary Tale and a Partisan View,” 125

Watt, Ian, 4n5

Wide Sargasso Sea, 3241, 47, 53

Williams, Raymond, 5859

Wilson, Elizabeth, 79n24

Wilson, Sharon R., 130n2

Wolfe, Peter, 20n3, 22

“Women’s writing,” 14, 55, 5962, 127, 131, 146

Woolf, Virginia, 6, 10nn14 and 15, 87n29; A Room of One’s Own, 2932

Wyndham, Francis, 20n3

Zimmerman, Bonnie, 1213n20, 1415n24

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ISBN
9781501726316
Related ISBN
9780801480171
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OCLC
1057670358
Pages
169-172
Launched on MUSE
2018-04-06
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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