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New Articles 2014

Capo, Beth Widmaier. “Modern Girls in the Midwestern City: Kay Boyleʼs Process and Meridel Le Sueurʼs The Girl”. E-REA: Electronic Journal of Studies on English Speaking World (Revue Electronique d’Etudes sur le Monde Anglophon). 10.2 (Spring 2013). http://erea.revues.org/

Amanda Golden, “Anne Sexton’s Modern Library.” Collecting, Curating, and Researching Writers’ Libraries: A HandbookEds. Richard W. Oram and Joseph Nicholson. Scarecrow Press, Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. 85-102.

Capo, Beth Widmaier. “Global Feminism from Page to Stage: Teaching Half the Sky and Seven.” Feminist Teacher 23:1 (Fall 2013): 17-30.

Jacobson, Kristin J. “Profitable Sentiments: HBOʼs The Wire and Harriet Beecher Stoweʼs Uncle Tomʼs Cabin.” The Sentimental Mode: Essays in Literature, Film and Television. Eds. Jennifer A. Williamson and Jennifer Larson. McFarland Publishers, 2014: 151-174.

Jones, Paul Christian. “A Scribbling Woman’s Rebuttal: Grace Greenwood Responds to the Hawthornes.” Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 39.2 (Fall 2013): 166-181.

Jones, Paul Christian. “‘Her Little Maid Mandy': The Abolitionist Slave Owner and the Rhetoric of Affection in the Life and Early Fiction of E.D.E.N. Southworth.” J19 2.1 (Spring 2014): 59-88.

Koppelman, Susan Huddis. “A Brief Commentary On ʻHealth and Happiness,ʼ a short story by Virginia de Forrest from Godey’s Lady’s Book.” The Review of Disability Studies Hawaii, 9.4 (2013): 61-65.

Rosenthal, Debra J. “The Sentimental Appeal to Salvific Paternity in Uncle Tom’s Cabin  and Moby-Dick.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 56:2 (Summer 2014), 135-147.

Anne Boyd Rioux has published an essay on the VIDA website comparing the roles of women in the late-19th-c. literary world with today. Sadly, things haven’t changed as much as we might think. (VIDA is an organization that has conducted a count each year since 2009 of women’s writings and reviews of their works in the leading literary venues. Their documentation of the very low representation of women writers–25% or less in many cases–has galvanized discussion of the persistent obstacles to women writers’ success.) Anne’s article is called “Women in the ‘Republic of Letters’ One-Hundred and Thirty Years Ago and Today” and can be found atvidaweb.org


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