A Very Different Story
Studies on the Fiction of Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Edited by Val Gough and Jill Rudd
Jill Rudd is lecturer in English at the University of Liverpool.
Val Gough is lecturer in English at the University of Liverpool.
Abbreviations Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction – Val Gough and Jill Rudd Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Journey from Within – Mary A. Hill Rewriting Male Myths: Herland and the Utopian Tradition – Chris Ferns Pockets of Resistance: Some Notes Towards an Exploration of Gender and Genre Boundaries in Herland – Bridget Bennett Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Women’s Health: ‘The Long Limitation’ – Janet Beer The Sins of the Innocent: Breaking the Barriers of Role Conflict – Anne E. Tanski Utopian Fictions and Political Theories: Domestic Labour in the Work of Edward Bellamy, Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Willaim Morris – Ruth Levitas Gender and Industry in Herland: Tress as a Means of Production and Metaphor – Alex Shishin Herland: Definitive Ecofeminist Fiction? – Amanda Graham ‘In the Twinkling of an Eye: Gilman’s Utopian Imagination – Val Gough ‘Once There Was a Pig... Does not Interest’: Gilman’s Desire for Narrative Control – Jill Rudd Spinster of Dreams, Weaver of Realities – Anne Cranny-Francis Bibliography Index
Size: 234 x 156 mm
Publication: November 1, 1998
Series: Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies 14