Anything Goes

Volume 2, Issue 5
October 2009

Table of Contents
(M)other Dracula and Its Adaptations
by Erica L. Spiller

Economic Motivation: Injured Bodies in Austen’s Northanger Abbey
by Gretchen Cohenour

What a Way to Make a Living: Irish Chick Lit and the Working World
by Mary Ryan

The Ensler Monologues: The Limits of Experience, Identity, and Feminism
by Deirdre O’Rourke

“Something is Wrong in the House” of Fiction: Domestic and Gothic Hauntings in Kathryn Davis’s Hell
by Kelcey Parker

Fashionable Bondage: Sartorial Symbolism in The King’s Whore (1990)
by Debbie Olson

Visualizing the Gaps between Feminist Pedagogical Theories and Practices: Essentialism and Binary Thinking about Pedagogy and Power
by Peiling Zhao

“A Woman’s Place is in the Dome”: Gender and the Astronomical Observatory, 1670-1970
by Kristine Larsen

Cheating on the Sisterhood: Infidelity and Feminism by Dr. Lauren Rosewarne: A Review
by Lynda L. Hinkle

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