Gender on the Divide: The Dandy in Modernist Literature

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ABBREVIATIONS
JULES-AMÉDÉE BARBEY D'AUREVILLY
DD Du Dandysme et de G. Brummell
DO&DH Le XIXe siècle: Des oeuvres et des hommes
L Lettres à Trébutien
M Memoranda
O&H Le XIXe siècle: Les oeuvres et les hommes
PA Premiers articles ( 1834-1853)
CHARLES BAUDELAIRE
CS The Mirror of Art: Critical Studies by Charles Baudelaire
IJ Intimate Journals
OC Oeuvres complètes, ed. Dantec and Pichois
OC, Raymond ed. Oeuvres complètes, ed. Raymond
SW Baudelaire: Selected Writings on Art and Artists
WILLA CATHER
KA The Kingdom of Art
MA My Antonia
PH The Professor's House
SF Collected Short Fiction, 1892-1912
WP The World and the Parish
THÉOPHILE GAUTIER
JF Les Jeunes-France: Romans goguenards
MM Mademoiselle de Maupin
VLADIMIR NABOKOV
Comm "Commentary" to Aleksandr Pushkin Eugene Onegin
PF Pale Fire
PRP Pushkin, or, the Real and the Plausible
SM Speak, Memory
SO Strong Opinions
ALEKSANDR PUSHKIN
EO Eugene Onegin
HOLLY STEVENS
SP Souvenirs and Prophecies: The Young Wallace Stevens
WALLACE STEVENS
CP The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens
LWS Letters of Wallace Stevens
NA The Necessary Angel
OP Opus Posthumous
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
PO Prince Otto

All English translations following French quotations are the author's own, or Jefferey Persels's with the help of the author, unless accompanied by a volume citation.

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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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