The CEA Critic 73.2 (Winter 2011)

The latest issue of The CEA Critic has gone to press.

Elizabeth L. Knauer
Of Dogs, Daughters, and the “Back Bedroom” School:
Woolf’s Flush (1933) and Women’s Education

Joan R. Wry
Emerson, the Genius Tradition, and the Aspirant Poems
of Margaret Fuller

Kristin L. Matthews
Neither Inside Nor Outside:
Mari Evans, the Black Aesthetic, and the Canon

Janelle Collins
Authority and Subjectivity in
Melba Pattillo Beals’ Warriors Don’t Cry

Kathy Rugoff
“Wild Reasons of the State”: Geoffrey Hill’s Response to Adorno

Terry W. Thompson
“Presentiments of Evil”:
Sourcing Frankenstein in Edith Nesbit’s “Man-Size in Marble”

Helen Maxson
Balance and Boundaries:
Literary Allusion in Fiction by Wendell Berry

The next issue, 73.3 (Spring-Summer 2011), will be my final issue as editor of The Critic. See below if you are interested in applying for or nominating someone else for the position.

Editor, The CEA Critic

Applications and nominations for the position of Editor of The CEA Critic are welcome and should be forwarded to CEA President Craig Warren, Department of English, Penn State Erie – The Behrend College, Erie, PA 16563. (Email: Appointment to a three-year renewable term will be made by the Board of Directors.

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