Table of contents for Authors Inc. : literary celebrity in the modern United States, 1880-1980 / Loren Daniel Glass.


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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction Authorial Personality in the American Field
of Cultural Production 1
 Celebrity Theory and Authorial Autobiography 
 Literary Property and the Right to Privacy
 Modernism, Mass Culture, Masculinity
1 Modern Consciousness and Public Subjectivity 51
 Pronouns, Patronyms, Publicity
 (Re)Collecting the Past
 Third Person Masculine
2 Trademark Twain 101
 The Republic of Letters
 BeTwain Two Deaths
 Incorporating the Author
3 Legitimating London 149
 Plagiarism, Primitivism, Publicity
 Literary Value and Class Consciousness
 Literature and Legitimacy
4 Gertrude Stein's Money 206
 The Gender of Genius
 Funny Money
 The Death of Genius
5 Being Ernest 247
 The Author vs. The Audience (Misogyny)
 The Author vs. Himself (Homophobia)
 The Author vs. the Biographer (Death)
 The Author Reborn? (Androgyny)
6 The Norman Conquest 313
 Declaration: First Among Equals
 Engagement: The Third Man
 Defeat: The Second Sex
 Executing the Author
Coda Nothing Personal 356
Notes 364
About the Author 431
Index 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Authorship Social aspects United States History 20th century, American literature 20th century History and criticism Theory, etc, Literature Appreciation United States History 20th century, Celebrities United States Biography History and criticism, Literature and society United States History 20th century, Authors and readers United States History 20th century, Authors, American Biography History and criticism, Canon (Literature)Autobiography