1. From the Editor
  2. Laura M. Stevens
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  1. From a Former Editor's Perspective: Women's Literary History, Continued
  2. Shari Benstock, Suzanne Ferriss
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  1. What Difference(s) Did "She" Make? Or, My Aunt, the Dragon
  2. Holly A. Laird
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  1. Treason Our Text: A Preposthumous View
  2. Lillian S. Robinson, Douglas Michael Massing
  3. pp. 23-27
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  1. The Personal Is Political, the Past Has Potential, and Other Thoughts on Studying Women's Literature\-\-Then and Now
  2. Frances Smith Foster
  3. pp. 29-38
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  1. Professionalizing Feminism: What A Long, Strange Journey It Has Been
  2. Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth
  3. pp. 39-51
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  1. SOFA: Toward a History of the Future
  2. Mary Louise Pratt
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  1. Ancient Roman Women's Writings Sub Specie XXV Annorum
  2. Judith P. Hallett
  3. pp. 61-65
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  1. Medieval Feminism in Middle English Studies: A Retrospective
  2. Elizabeth Ann Robertson
  3. pp. 67-79
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  1. Risky Business: Feminism Now and Then
  2. Felicity Nussbaum
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  1. Women Writers ≠ Women Novelists
  2. Susan Staves
  3. pp. 87-95
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  1. Bound by Convention: Women's Writing and the Feminine Voice in Eighteenth-Century China
  2. Maram Epstein
  3. pp. 97-105
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  1. Writing Women in Early American Studies: On Canons, Feminist Critique, and the Work of Writing Women into History
  2. Carla Mulford
  3. pp. 107-118
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  1. Native Women Writing: Reading Between the Lines
  2. Hilary E. Wyss
  3. pp. 119-125
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  1. The Story of The Orlando Project: Personal Reflections
  2. Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Sharon Balazs, Jeffrey Antoniuk
  3. pp. 135-143
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  1. Rooms of Our Own (review)
  2. Suzette A. Henke
  3. pp. 145-147
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  1. Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Avant-Garde: War, Civilization, Modernity (review)
  2. Jessica Schiff Berman
  3. pp. 147-149
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  1. A History of Twentieth-Century British Women's Poetry (review)
  2. William May
  3. pp. 149-150
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  1. Spectacular Modern Woman: Feminine Visibility in the 1920s (review)
  2. Jane Garrity
  3. pp. 150-154
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  1. The Speaking Power: Black Feminist Orality in Women's Narratives of Slavery (review)
  2. Teresa C. Zackodnik
  3. pp. 154-155
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  1. Representing Female Artistic Labour, 1848-1890: Refining Work for the Midle-Class Woman (review)
  2. Christine Bayles Kortsch
  3. p. 156
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  1. Political Speaking Justified: Women Prophets and the English Revolution (review)
  2. Hilda L. Smith
  3. pp. 158-160
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  1. An Introduction to The Orlando Project
  2. Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Sharon Balazs, Jeffrey Antoniuk
  3. pp. 127-134
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 161-163
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  1. Contributors
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