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The Resource The Lost tradition : mothers and daughters in literature, edited by Cathy N. Davidson and E.M. Broner

The Lost tradition : mothers and daughters in literature, edited by Cathy N. Davidson and E.M. Broner

Label
The Lost tradition : mothers and daughters in literature
Title
The Lost tradition
Title remainder
mothers and daughters in literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Cathy N. Davidson and E.M. Broner
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
809/.933/54
Index
index present
LC call number
PN56.5.M67
LC item number
L6
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
The Lost tradition : mothers and daughters in literature, edited by Cathy N. Davidson and E.M. Broner
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 306-322
Contents
  • Great unwritten story : mothers and daughters in Shakespeare
  • Myra Glazer Schotz
  • Jane Austen and the tradition of the absent mother
  • Susan Peck MacDonald
  • Unmothered daughter and radical reformer : Harriet Martineau's career
  • Mitzi Myers
  • "The mother's history" in George Eliot's life, literature and political ideology
  • Bonnie Zimmerman
  • Mothers and daughters in Wives and daughters : a study of Elizabeth Gaskell's last novel
  • Jacqueline & Laura Berke
  • Mothers and daughters in ancient Near Eastern literature
  • Mothers and daughters in the fiction of the New republic
  • Cathy N. Davidson
  • Reconstruction in the house of art : Emily Dickinson's "I never had a mother"
  • Barbara Ann Clarke Mossberg
  • Ellen Glasgow : daughter as justified
  • Linda W. Wagner
  • Mothers, daughters, and incest in the late novels of Edith Wharton
  • Adeline R. Tintner
  • Reentering paradise : Cather, Colette, Woolf and their mother
  • Jane Lilienfeld
  • Judith Ochshorn
  • How light a lighthouse for today's women?
  • Irene G. Dash, Denna Dash Kushner & Deborah Dash Moore
  • Muse as Medusa
  • Karen Elias-Button
  • Nightmare repetition : the mother-daughter conflict in Doris Lessing's Children of violence
  • Katherine Fishburn
  • Subtle psychic bond : the mother figure in Sylvia Plath's poetry
  • Mary Lynn Broe
  • Hungry Jewish mother
  • Erika Duncan
  • Kriemhild and Clytemnestra - sisters in crime or independent women?
  • Psychological journey : mothers and daughters in English-Canadian fiction
  • Lorna Irvine
  • "Don't never forget the bridge that you crossed over on" : the literature of matrilinege
  • Nan Bauer Maglin
  • Spider woman's web : mothers and daughters in Southwestern Native American literature
  • Helen M. Bannan
  • Mothers and daughters : another minority group
  • Natalie M. Rosinsky
  • Heritages : dimensions of mother-daughter relationships in women's autobiographies
  • Lynn Z. Bloom
  • Ida H. Washington & Carol E.W. Tobol
  • Mothers and daughters in literature : preliminary bibliography
  • Gail M. Rudenstein, Carol Farley Kessler, & Ann M. Moore
  • Eve's orphans : mothers and daughters in medieval English literature
  • Nikki Stiller
  • New mother of the English Renaissance : her writings on motherhood
  • Betty S. Travitsky
Control code
ocm05940923
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiii, 327 p.
Isbn
9780804420839
Lccn
79004832
System control number
(OCoLC)5940923
Label
The Lost tradition : mothers and daughters in literature, edited by Cathy N. Davidson and E.M. Broner
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 306-322
Contents
  • Great unwritten story : mothers and daughters in Shakespeare
  • Myra Glazer Schotz
  • Jane Austen and the tradition of the absent mother
  • Susan Peck MacDonald
  • Unmothered daughter and radical reformer : Harriet Martineau's career
  • Mitzi Myers
  • "The mother's history" in George Eliot's life, literature and political ideology
  • Bonnie Zimmerman
  • Mothers and daughters in Wives and daughters : a study of Elizabeth Gaskell's last novel
  • Jacqueline & Laura Berke
  • Mothers and daughters in ancient Near Eastern literature
  • Mothers and daughters in the fiction of the New republic
  • Cathy N. Davidson
  • Reconstruction in the house of art : Emily Dickinson's "I never had a mother"
  • Barbara Ann Clarke Mossberg
  • Ellen Glasgow : daughter as justified
  • Linda W. Wagner
  • Mothers, daughters, and incest in the late novels of Edith Wharton
  • Adeline R. Tintner
  • Reentering paradise : Cather, Colette, Woolf and their mother
  • Jane Lilienfeld
  • Judith Ochshorn
  • How light a lighthouse for today's women?
  • Irene G. Dash, Denna Dash Kushner & Deborah Dash Moore
  • Muse as Medusa
  • Karen Elias-Button
  • Nightmare repetition : the mother-daughter conflict in Doris Lessing's Children of violence
  • Katherine Fishburn
  • Subtle psychic bond : the mother figure in Sylvia Plath's poetry
  • Mary Lynn Broe
  • Hungry Jewish mother
  • Erika Duncan
  • Kriemhild and Clytemnestra - sisters in crime or independent women?
  • Psychological journey : mothers and daughters in English-Canadian fiction
  • Lorna Irvine
  • "Don't never forget the bridge that you crossed over on" : the literature of matrilinege
  • Nan Bauer Maglin
  • Spider woman's web : mothers and daughters in Southwestern Native American literature
  • Helen M. Bannan
  • Mothers and daughters : another minority group
  • Natalie M. Rosinsky
  • Heritages : dimensions of mother-daughter relationships in women's autobiographies
  • Lynn Z. Bloom
  • Ida H. Washington & Carol E.W. Tobol
  • Mothers and daughters in literature : preliminary bibliography
  • Gail M. Rudenstein, Carol Farley Kessler, & Ann M. Moore
  • Eve's orphans : mothers and daughters in medieval English literature
  • Nikki Stiller
  • New mother of the English Renaissance : her writings on motherhood
  • Betty S. Travitsky
Control code
ocm05940923
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiii, 327 p.
Isbn
9780804420839
Lccn
79004832
System control number
(OCoLC)5940923

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