Gender and Genre in Gertrude Stein

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Gender and Genre in GERTRUDE STEIN

Franziska Gygax

Contributions in Women's Studies, number 169

Greenwood Press

Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Women's Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction: Gendered Genre 1
  • Notes 9
  • I Family vs. Female Wandering 12a
  • 1: Departing from Patrilinearity 13
  • 2: Ida and Id-Entity 27
  • II Voices and Votes in Plays and Operas 38a
  • 3: Stein Plays 39
  • 4: The Multiple Voices of Ladies' Voices (1916) 47
  • 5: "Preparing for Opera" 51
  • III Auto-Bio-Graphies 60a
  • 6: Whose Autobiography? I/Eye and Everybody's Autobiographies 61
  • 7: The Double-Voiced Autobiography 65
  • 8: The "I" in Everybody's Autobiography 71
  • 9: Wars I Have Seen 77
  • 10: Foreign America 81
  • IV Detection and Meditation 90a
  • 11: The Subject of Detection 91
  • 12: Stanzas in Meditation or Meditation in Stanzas 101
  • V Conclusion 112a
  • 13: Conclusion 113
  • VI Stein's Compositional Approach: Beginning and Beginning 118a
  • 14: Composing and Rearranging 119
  • 15: Rose and (Her) Autobiography 121
  • 16: The Round World of Rose and Rose and Rose and Rose 125
  • Appendix: Stein's Manuscripts 131
  • Notes 134
  • Bibliography 135
  • Index 143
  • About the Author 146
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