Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Avant-Garde: War, Civilization, Modernity

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GENDER AND CULTURE
A series of Columbia University Press

Edited by Carolyn G. Heilbrun and Nancy K. Miller

In Dora's Case: Freud, Hysteria, Feminism Edited by Charles Bemheimer and Claire Kahane

Breaking the Chain: Women, Theory, and French Realist Fiction Naomi Schor

Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

Romantic Imprisonment: Women and Other Glorified Outcasts Nina Auerbach

The Poetics of Gender Edited by Nancy K. Miller

Reading Woman: Essays in Feminist Criticism

Mary Jacobus

Honey-Mad Women: Emancipatory Strategies in Women's Writing Patricia Yaeger

Subject to Change: Reading Feminist Writing Nancy K. Miller

Thinking Through the Body Jane Gallop

Gender and the Politics of History Joan Wallach Scott

The Dialogic and Difference: "An/Other Woman" in Virginia Woolf and Christa Wolf Anne Herrmann

Plotting Women: Gender and Representation in Mexico Jean Franco

Inspiriting Influences: Tradition, Revision, and Afro-American Women's Novels Michael Awkward

Hamlet's Mother and Other Women Carolyn G. Heilbrun

Rape and Representation

Edited by Lynn A. Higgins and Brenda R. Silver Shifting Scenes: Interviews on Women, Writing, and Politics in Post-68 France Edited by Alice A. Jardine and Anne M. Menke

Tender Geographies: Women and the Origins of the Novel in France Joan Dejean

Modern Feminisms: Political, Literary, Cultural Maggie Humm

Unbecoming Women: British Women Writers and the Novel of Development Susan Fraiman

The Apparitional Lesbian: Female Homosexuality and Modern Culture Terry Castle

George Sand and Idealism Naomi Schor

Becoming a Heroine: Reading About Women in Novels Rachel M. Brownstein

Nomadic Subjects: Embodiment and Sexual Difference in Contemporary Feminist Theory Rosi Braidotti

Engaging with Irigaray: Feminist Philosophy and Modern European Thought Edited by Carolyn Burke, Naomi Schor, and Margaret Whitford

Second Skins: The Body Narratives of Transsexuality Jay Prosser

A Certain Age: Reflecting on Menopause Edited by Joanna Goldsworthy

Mothers in Law: Feminist Theory and the Legal Regulation of Motherhood Edited by Martha Albertson Fineman and Isabelle Karpin

Critical Condition: Feminism at the Turn of the Century Susan Gubar

Feminist Consequences: Theory for the New Century

Edited by Elisabeth Bronfen and Misha Kavka Simone de Beauvoir, Philosophy, and Feminism Nancy Bauer

Pursuing Privacy in Cold War America Deborah Nelson

But Enough About Me: Why We Read Other People's Lives Nancy K. Miller

Palatable Poison: Critical Perspectives on The Well of Loneliness Edited by Laura Doan and Jay Prosser

Cool Men and the Second Sex Susan Fraiman

Gender and Culture Readers Modern Feminisms: Political, Literary, Cultural Edited by Maggie Humm

Feminism and Sexuality: A Reader Edited by Stevi Jackson and Sue Scott

Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory

Edited by Katie Conboy, Nadia Medina, and Sarah Stanbury

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