Women’s Studies 40:4: “19th-Century Women Writers and the Classical Inheritance,” Now Available

Women’s Studies 40.4, 2011

Special Issue: Nineteenth-Century Women Writers and the Classical Inheritance
Guest Editor: Noah Comet

ARTICLES

Introduction
NOAH COMET

“Copying Shelley’s Letters”: Mary Shelley and the Uncanny Erotics of Greek
JENNIFER WALLACE

“Thou thing of years departed”: (En)gendering Posthumous Sublimity incFelicia Hemans’s “The Image in Lava
MEILEE D. BRIDGES

Classical Daughters: Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Margaret Fuller
ISOBEL HURST

Augusta Webster and the Social History of Myth
SHANYN FISKE

Bacchic Transference and Ecstatic Faith: Michael Field’s Callirrhoë and the Origins of Drama
ANDREW EASTHAM

Lessons in Greek Art: Jane Harrison and Aestheticism
STEFANO EVANGELISTA

BOOK REVIEWS

STUART CURRAN: Charles E. Robinson, Ed. The Original Frankenstein

KATHERINE SINGER: Devoney Looser. Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain, 1750-1850

LISA KASMER: Lynette Felber, Ed. Clio’s Daughters: British Women Making History, 1790-1899

AMY MUSE: Vassiliki Kolocotroni and Efterpi Mitsi, Eds. Women Writing Greece: Essays on Hellenism, Orientalism and Travel

FUSON WANG: Adriana Craciun. British Women Writers and the French Revolution: Citizens of the World

LAUREN CAMERON: Tamara S. Wagner, Ed. Antifeminism and the Victorian Novel: Rereading Nineteenth-Century Women Writers

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