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Modern Confessional Writing : New Critical Essays
Introduction. Dangerous Confessions: The Problem of Reading Sylvia Plath Biographically. Confessing the Body: Plath, Sexton, Berryman, Lowell, Ginsberg and the Gendered Poetics of the 'Real'. 'ToExpand
The Cambridge Companion to Sylvia Plath
Notes on contributors Preface Acknowledgements List of abbreviations and textual note Chronology of Plath's life and work Part I. Contexts and Issues: 1. The problem of biography Susan R. van Dyne 2.Expand
Queer Noises: Male and Female Homosexuality in Twentieth-Century Music
Many more gays have been active at the forefront of the music business in the 20th century than official histories, critical works (and sometimes the individuals themselves) have been willing toExpand
‘Quite the opposite of a feminist’: Phyllis McGinley, Betty Friedan and discourses of gender in mid-century American culture
This article examines the relationship between feminist and anti-feminist discourses in the period between World War II and the publication of Betty Friedan's The Feminine Mystique (1963). It takesExpand
On the Margins
While early and hostile readings of suburbia have depicted it as an insubstantial “no place,” suspended between the two (positive) poles of city and country, and devoid of identity, the poetry of theExpand
Anne Sexton’s Poetics of the Suburbs