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"The man who thought himself a woman" and other queer nineteenth-century short stories / edited and with an introduction by Christopher Looby.

  • Looby, Christopher
Date
[2017]
  • Books

About this work

Publication/Creation

Philadelphia : PENN University of Pennsylvania Press, [2017]

Physical description

xxiv, 311 pages ; 23 cm.

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-311).

Contents

Introduction : queer short stories in nineteenth-century America / Christopher Looby -- The child's champion (1841) / Walt Whitman -- A south-sea idyl (1869) / Charles Warren Stoddard -- The haunted valley (1871) / Ambrose Bierce -- Felipa (1876) / Constance Fenimore Woolson -- My Lorelei : a Heidelberg romance (1880) / Octave Thanet -- The bachelors (1836) / Samuiel L. Knapp -- The man who thought himself a woman (1857) / Anonymous -- Two friends (1887) / Mary Wilkins Freeman -- How Nancy Jackson married Kate Wilson (c. 1900-1903) / Mark Twain -- Paul's case : a study in temperament (1905) / Willa Cather -- Twin-love (1871) / Bayard Taylor -- Out of the deeps (1872) / Elizabeth Stoddard -- In the tules (1895) / Bert Harte -- Martha's lady (1897) / Sarah Orne Jewett -- The heart's desire (1908) / Sui Sin Far -- I and my chimney (1856) / Herman Melville -- The candy country (1885) / Louisa May Alcott -- Dave's neckliss (1889) / Charles W. Chesnutt -- Schopenhauer in the air (1894) / Sadakichi Hartmann -- Lilacs (1896) / Kate Chopin.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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  • LocationStatus
    History of Medicine
    TW.AI.AA8
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ISBN

  • 9780812223668
  • 0812223667