Vol 31, No 2 (2005)

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum

Introduction Feminism . . . What are we supposed to do now?
Cecily Devereux , Jo Devereux
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9-11
Possibilities of Life: My Women's Movement
Jeanne Perreault
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12-16
In Pursuit of Feminist Postfeminism and the Blessings of Buttercup
Teresa Hubel
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17-21
Of Bombs, Baking, and Blahniks
Lauren Gillingham , Jennifer Henderson , Julie Murray , Janice Schroeder
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22-30
Twenty-first Century Global Sex Trafficking: Migration, Capitalism, Class, and the Challenges for Feminism Now
Marjorie Stone
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31-38
“Perestroika in the Groves of Academe”: Feminism and the Future of the Humanities as a Profession
Archana Rampure
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39-43
“We Who Are Not the Same” in Times that Are/Not the Same
Donna Palmateer Pennee
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44-50
Feminism?
Collective Janet
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51-68

Articles

Introduction: Diagnosing Romanticism
Stephen Ahern
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69-76
The Paradox of Effeminized Masculinity and the Crisis of Authorship
Lisa Butler
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77-98
Speaking of Godwin’s Caleb Williams: The Talking Cure and the Psychopathology of Enlightenment
Joel Faflak
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99-122
Hetty's Hanky
Douglas Kneale
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123-150
"The Soul of Art": Understanding Victorian Ethical Criticism
Rohan Maitzen
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151-186
“Morpho Eugenia” and the Fictions of Victorian Englishness: A.S. Byatt's Poscolonial Critique
Michelle Weinroth
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187-222
Estranging the Familiar: East and West in Satrapi's Perespolis
Nima Naghibi , Andrew O’Malley
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223-248
Memory’s Homeland: Agha Shahid Ali and the Hybrid Ghazal
Malcom Woodland
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249-272

Interreviews

Demetres Tryphonopoulos interviewing Leon Surette: “With usura hath no man a house of good stone” (Pound, Canto 45)
Demetres Tryphonopoulos , Leon Surette
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273-292

Review Articles

Literary London: Post-, Ex-, Trans-, Neo-?
Roger Luckhurst
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293-306
Faking it for Real
Maria Takolander
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307-326

Book Reviews

Book Reviews
Book Reviews
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327-362