Gender on the Divide: The Dandy in Modernist Literature

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The quotation on the dedication page is from Wallace Stevens, "The Well Dressed Man with a Beard."

Charles Baudelaire. "To a Passer-by" in The Flowers of Evil. Copyright © 1989 by New Directions Pub. Corp. Translated by C. F. Maclntyre. Reprinted by permission of New Directions Pub. Corp.

Passages from Aleksandr Pushkin, Eugene Onegin, trans. with a commentary by Vladimir Nabokov, Bollingen Series, LXXII. Copyright © 1964, rev. ed. © 1975 by Princeton University Press. (Used with permission of Princeton University Press and the Estate of Vladimir Nabokov.)

Excerpts from Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov. Copyright © 1962 by Vladimir Nabokov. Reprinted by permission of Vintage Books, a Division of Random House.

Excerpts from The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens. Copyright 1954 by Wallace Stevens. Reprinted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. "Apostrophe to Vincentine" in The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens. Copyright 1923 and renewed 1951 by Wallace Stevens. Reprinted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. "Oak Leaves Are Hands" in The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens. Copyright 1942 by Wallace Stevens. Reprinted by permission of Alfred Knopf, Inc. Permission has been granted to quote from the edition of The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens published by Faber and Faber Ltd.

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First published 1993 by Cornell University Press.

International Standard Book Number 0-8014-2790-8 (cloth) International Standard Book Number 0-8014-8067-1 (paper) Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 92-26193

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Paroles Hermaphrodites 25
  • 3 - Cette Vie En L''Air 54
  • 4 - Mundus Muliebris 97
  • 5 - On the Divide 143
  • 6 - The Intimidating Thesis 180
  • 7 - The Abyssinian Maid 220
  • Afterword 269
  • Select Bibliography 273
  • Index 285
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