Aesthetics and Gender in American Literature: Portraits of the Woman Artist

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Index
African-American artists, 23, 61–62, 194, 232 n. 2
Alcott, Branson, 95, 100, 109
Alcott, Louisa May: Diana and Persis, 20, 94–97, 99–113, 115, 117–19; and genius, 220 n. 13 Little Women, 95, 114; “A Pair of Eyes; or, Modern Magic,” 113, 115–17; “Psyche's Art,” 113–15; “The Rival Painters,” 95; “The Rival Prima Donnas,” 95; Transcendental Wild Oats, 21, 95, 100, 102; Work: A Story of Experience, 223 n.44
Alcott, May (Mrs. Ernest Nieriker), 21 94–97, 106–7, 111, 114;assessment of Couture, 220 n.7; Studying Art Abroad and How to Do It Cheaply, 97; on the use of nude model, 221–22 n. 26, 222 n. 27
artist, female: African-American, 23, 190–91, 194–97, 232 n. 2; amateur, 17, 113; copyist, 17–20, 23, 28–38, 68, 70–72; original, 12, 18–19, 23–24, 38, 50–51, 65–69, 72–73, 75–76, 84, 94–95, 118–19, 121, 124–25, 134–35
Baker, Houston: Modernism and the Harlem Renaissance, 167–68, 234 n.25; Workings of the Spirit, 167–68
Barbizon school, 88–89
Bartlett, William Henry, 47–48
Battersby, Christine, 14
Baudelaire, Charles, 37, 120, 141, 154, 185–86
Baym, Nina, 39, 43, 50–51
Beebe, Maurice, 13
Bellini, Giovanni, 123, 140
Benjamin, Walter, 22, 32, 145, 153–55
Bentley, Nancy, 83
Berlant, Lauren, 10
Bishop, Isabel, 185, 187, 190
Boime, Albert, 91
Bone, Robert. 164, 167–68, 232–33 n.8
Boott, Elizabeth: as model for Avis, 90, 218–19 n.50
Bricher, Alfred Thompson: Time and Tide, 125, 127
Brodhead, Richard, 9, 31
Brown, Brockden, 60
Brown, William Wells: Clotel, or The President's Daughter and its relationship to Iola Leroy, 170–71; Narrative of the Life and Escape of William Wells Brown, 170
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett: Aurora Leigh, 67, 77–78, 215n.21
Browning, Robert: “My Last Duchess,” 98
Butler, Joseph, 69
Carby, Hazel, 194, 235 n.39, 237–38 n.76
Cassatt, Mary, 21, 102, 126, 129, 130, 135, 226 n. 38
Cheney, Ednah Dow, 89
Cherry, Deborah, 17
Chopin, Kate: The Awakening, 11–12, 21, 120–26, 130–42, 186
Civil War, 108
Clark, Suzanne: modernism and the sentimental tradition, 165–66

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgements 7
  • Introduction 9
  • Reproducing Culture 25
  • 1: Cultural Reproduction and the Female Copyist 27
  • 2: Domesticating the Sublime 39
  • 3: The Riddle of the Sphinx 64
  • 4: Louisa May Alcotts Women Artists 94
  • 5: Kate Chopin's Awakening of Female Artistry 120
  • 6: Edith Wharton's Portrait of a Lady in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction 142
  • 7: Authenticating the African-American Female Artist 162
  • Notes 199
  • Bibliography 239
  • Index 255
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