Contents for March issue of Feminist Modernist Studies

The next issue of Feminist Modernist Studies stresses women writers; and our “Out of the Archives” features a translation of a chapter on Lili Elbe, who underwent one of the first surgical changes in sex in 1930, Lili Elbe – “He and She,” from Mosaiques, a 1939 memoir by Hélène Allatini, who knew Lili for fifteen years.

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Table of Contents, Vol. 2, 1 (March 2019)

“A Class Act: Constance Lytton and the Political, Literary and Dramatic Dynamics of Suffrage Prison Writings,” Sos Eltis

“Hot Venus, Cool Modern: Voice, Body, and the Hungry Gaze as Sites of Black Feminist Re-inscription in Ann Petry’s The Narrows,” Caroline Brown

“Designing Women: Modernist Mass Culture and the Formation of the Female Body,” Kara Watts

“You can never tell what people will fancy, can you?? Queer Narrative in Dorothy Sayers’s Detective Fiction,” Virginia Lauryl Tucker

“Indifference as Resistance: Virginia Woolf?s Feminist Ethics in Three Guineas,? Rachel Hollander

“Nightwood as a Way of Life,” Michael Schmidt

Out of the Archives
Hélène Allatini, “Il et Elle? (“He and She”), from Mosaiques (1939), translated from the French by Anne M. Callahan and with an introduction by Pamela L. Caughie