American Women Fiction Writers, 1900-1960 - Vol. 2

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INDEX
Absalom, Absalomi ( Faulkner), 103-4
Adventures of James Harris, The ( Jackson), 35-36
Aeneid, The ( Vergil), 95
Ambassadors, The ( James), 67 "Artificial Nigger, The" ( O'Connor), 133
Ballad of the Sad Café, The ( McCullers), 73, 76-78, 84-86
Birds of America ( McCarthy), 62, 64
"Birth" ( Nin), 116, 117, 122
Bloody Chasm, The ( DeForest), 104
"Bones of Louella Jones, The" ( Petry), 169
"Bro'r Abr'm Jimson's Wedding. A Christmas Story" ( Hopkins), 2
Cast a Cold Eye ( McCarthy), 58, 64, 65
Cease Fire ( Johnston), 105
Charmed Life, A ( McCarthy), 57, 58-59, 68-70
Children of the Albatross ( Nin), 119
Cities of the Interiors ( Nin), 122
Clock without Hands ( McCullers), 80-81
Close Harmony ( Parker), 149
Clotel ( Brown), 7
Company She Keeps, The ( McCarthy), 57, 59, 65-68
Connection, The ( Gelber), 57
Contending Forces ( Hopkins), 2, 3, 4-6, 7, 8-9
Country Place ( Petry), 165-67, 168
"Cruel and Barbarous Treatment" ( McCarthy), 66
Diary of Anaïs Nin, The ( Nin), 108-12, 116, 118, 120-23
"Displaced Person, The" ( O'Connor), 133, 134
Doctor Zhivago ( Pasternak), 59
"Dottie Makes an Honest Woman of Herself" ( McCarthy), 57
Dust Tracks in the Road ( Hurston), 25, 27
"Enduring Chill, An" ( O'Connor), 141
Events Leading Up to the Tragedy ( Parker), 149-50
"Everything That Rises Must Converge" ( O'Connor), 141
Everything That Rises Must Converge ( O'Connor), 128-30, 131
"Fact in Fiction, The" ( McCarthy), 69
Gender roles

McCullers, 82-84

Mitchell, 95-97

See also Women's issues

"Genial Host, The" ( McCarthy), 67
"George Washington: A Christmas Story" ( Hopkins), 2
"Ghostly Father, I Confess" ( McCarthy), 66, 67
"Good Man Is Hard to Find, A" ( O'Connor), 129, 132-35, 143-46
Gone with the Wind ( Mitchell), 90-106
"Good Country People" ( O'Connor), 133, 141
Great Expectations ( Dickens), 86
Group, The ( McCarthy), 61-62, 64
Groves of Academe, The ( McCarthy), 57
Habit of Being, The ( O'Connor), 138
Hagar's Daughter ( Hopkins), 7
Hangsaman ( Jackson), 31
Hanoi ( McCarthy), 63
Haunting of Hill House, The ( Jackson), 33-34
Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, The ( McCullers), 73, 75, 80, 81-82, 84
"Hejda" ( Nin), 122
History

Mitchell, 99-101

House of Incest ( Nin), 121, 122
Humor

O'Connor, 132-35

Parker, 148-50, 155-57

"Hunger Artist, The" ( Kafka), 31
"In Darkness and Confusion" ( Petry), 168
In Our Time ( Hemingway), 156
Invisible Man ( Ellison), 20, 173
Jonah's Gourd Vine ( Hurston), 13-17, 21, 23
"Labyrinth, The" ( Nin), 122
"Lame Shall Enter First, The" ( O'Connor), 130-32
Language

Hurston, 15-17, 22, 25

"Life You Save May Be Your Own, The" ( O'Connor), 133
"Like a Winding Sheet" ( Petry), 168
"Little Hours, The" ( Parker), 155

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Table of contents

  • American Women Fiction Writers 1900-1969 Volume Two *
  • Contents *
  • The Analysis of Women Writers xi
  • Introduction xv
  • Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins 1859-1930 1
  • Zora Neale Hurston 1851-1960 12
  • Shirley Jackson 1919-1965 28
  • Nella Larsen 1851-1964 41
  • Mary Mccarthy 1912-1989 55
  • Carson Mccullers 1917-1967 71
  • Margaret Mitchell 1900-1949 88
  • AnaÏs Nin 1903-1977 107
  • Flannery O'Connor 1925-1964 124
  • Dorothy Parker 1893-1967 147
  • Ann Petry 0. 1908 161
  • Index 174
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