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CONTRIBUTORS Jacqueline Vaught Brogan is a professor of English and American literature at the University of Notre Dame. Her publications include Stevens and Simile: A Theory of Language; Part of the Climate: American Cubist Poetry; and Women Poets of the Americas : Toward a Pan-Hellenic Gathering, coedited with Cordelia Candelaria. Margaret Dickie was Helen S. Lanier Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Georgia until her death in January 1999, Her most recent book isStein, Bishop, and Rich: Lyrics of Love, War,and Place (1997). She has written several books on American poetry, including Lyric Contingencies:Emily Dickinson and Wallace Stevens (1991) and On the Modernist Long Poem (1987). Josephine Donovan is a professor of English at the Universityof Maine. Her publications include Sarah Orne Jewett; New England Local Color Literature: A Women's Tra dition; and FeministTheory: The Intellectual Traditions of American Literature.Her most recent work is a book on early modern women writers,Women and the Rise of the Novel, 1405-1726 (1998). Shirley Geok-lin Lim, professor of English and Women's Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and currently Chair Professor of English at the University of Hong Kong, has published four books of poetry, three collections of stories, and two critical books. She received the Commonwealth Poetry Prize for her first book of poems, Crossing the Peninsula (1980), and the American Book Award for her memoir, Among the White Moon Faces (1996). The Forbidden Stitch: An Asian American Women's Anthology , which she coedited, received the American BookAward in 1990. She iscurrently writing a study of AsianAmerican literature. Sylvia Henneberg is an assistant professor in American literature at Morehead State University. She specializes in poetry and has published on such writers as Emily Dickinson , Adrienne Rich, and Judy Grahn. Mary Loeffelholz is a member of the English Department at NortheasternUniversity, the author of Dickinson and the Boundariesof Feminist Theory (1991), and the editor of Studies in American Fiction. Crystal J. Lucky teaches in the English Department at Villanova University.She has published essays on Harlem Renaissance writersand on Robert Graves in Focus on Robert Graves and HisContemporaries. 286 : LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS Susan McCabe isan assistant professor in modern and contemporaryAmerican poetry at the Universityof Southern California at LosAngeles. Her book Elizabeth Bishop:Her Poetics of Loss appeared in 1994. She has published essaysin Antioch Reviewand Denver Quarterly, and has forthcoming work in the Wallace Stevens Journal and in a collection of essays, Women Poets of the Americas. Her poems have appeared in ColoradoReview, Volt, and Haydens FerryReview. Amelia Maria de la Luz Montes teaches nineteenth-century American literature and Chicana/o literature in the Departments of Chicano Studies and Women's Studies at the Universityof California, Santa Barbara.Among her publications are "'Es Necesario Mirar Bien': The Letters of Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton" in Recoveringthe U.S.Hispanic Literary Heritage, vol. 3, and 'Theory by Any Other Name Is Still Theory" in California English. Carla L. Peterson is a professor in the Department of English and the Comparative Literature Program at the University of Maryland and affiliate faculty of both the Women's Studies and the American Studies Departments. Her major publications include "Doers of the Word": African-American Women Speakers and Writers in the North (1830-1880) (1995) and essays in Feminist Studies; Criticism and the Color Line: Race and Revisionism in American Literary Studies, ed. Harry Wonham (1996); Listening to Silences: New Essays in Feminist Criticism, ed. Shelley Fisher Fishkin and Elaine Hedges (1994); and Famous Last Words: Women Against NovelisticEndings, ed. Alison Booth (1993). Carol J. Single/ is associate professor of English at Rutgers University,Camden. She is the author of Edith Wharton: Matters of Mind and Spirit (1995) and the coeditor of two collections of essays:Anxious Power: Reading, Writing, and Ambivalence in Narrative by Women (1993) and The Calvinist Roots of the Modern Era (1997). She has published articles on nineteenth-century American writers, feminist theory, and rhetoric. She is presently writing a book on representations of adoption in American literature and culture. Teresa A. Toulouse is an associate professor of English at Tulane University.Her publications include The Art of Prophesying: New England Sermons and the Shaping ofBelief '(1987); The Complete Sermons ofR. W. Emerson, vol. 2, coedited with Andrew Delbanco (1990); and articles inAmerican Literature,Early American Literature,and Studies in Puritan Spirituality. Joyce W. Warren isa member ofthe English Department at Queens College, CUNY. Her publications include The American Narcissus: Individualism and...

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ISBN
9780820343532
Related ISBN
9780820343532
MARC Record
OCLC
794306972
Pages
320
Launched on MUSE
2012-11-02
Language
English
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No
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