Millay at 100: A Critical Reappraisal

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • AD Feminam- Women and Literature vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Editor''s Introduction xi
  • Part I - Music, Memory, Modernism 1
  • 1 - Uncanny Millay 3
  • 2 - Displaced Modernism 27
  • Part II - Love (and) Connection 41
  • 3 - "How the Speaking Pen Has Been Impeded" 43
  • 4 - Rewriting the Myth of the Woman in Love 52
  • 5 - Her Mother''s Voice 66
  • Part III - Time''s Body 83
  • 6 - The Female Body as Icon 85
  • 7 - Love''s ''"Little Day" 100
  • 8 - A Moment''s Monument 117
  • 9 - Vampirism and Translation 130
  • Part IV - Millay''s Drama of Impersonation 143
  • 10 - "I Could Do a Woman Better Than That" 145
  • II - "Directions for Using the Empress" 163
  • 12 - "Posies of Sophistry" 182
  • Works Cited 201
  • Contributors 211
  • Index 215
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