Table of contents for Shirley Jackson : essays on the literacy legacy / edited by Bernice M. Murphy.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments	vii
Introduction: "Do You Know Who I Am?" 
 Reconsidering Shirley Jackson	1
1. Fallen Eden in Shirley Jackson's The Road
 Through the Wall 
 Joan Wylie Hall	23
2. Comic-Satiric-Fantastic-Gothic: Interactive
 Modes in Shirley Jackson's Narratives
 James Egan	00
3. Multiple Personality and the Postmodern 
 Subject: Theorizing Agency
 Marta Caminero-Santangelo	00
4. "New World Miniatures: Shirley Jackson's The 
 Sundial and Postwar American Society
 Rich Pascal	00
5. "The People of the Village Have Always Hated Us": 
 Shirley Jackson's New England Gothic
 Bernice M. Murphy	00
6. House Mothers and Haunted Daughters: Shirley 
 Jackson and the Female Gothic
 Roberta Rubenstein	00
 7. "Whose Hand Was I Holding?": Familial and 
 Sexual Politics in Shirley Jackson's The 
 Haunting of Hill House
 Tricia Lootens	000
 8. Shirley Jackson and the Reproduction of 
 Mothering: The Haunting of Hill House 
 Judie Newman	000
 9. Shirley Jackson: Domestic Horror
 S.T. Joshi	000
10. The Establishment and Preservation of Female 
 Power in Shirley Jackson's We Have Always 
 Lived in the Castle
 Lynette Carpenter	000
11. King of the Castle: Shirley Jackson and 
 Stephen King
 Dara Downey and Darryl Jones	000
12. Chambers of Yearning: Shirley Jackson's Use 
 of the Gothic 
 John G. Parks	000
13. Stephen Spielberg's The Haunting: A Reconsideration
 of David Self's Script.
 Darryl Hattenhauer	000
14. Life Lessons in Shirley Jackson's Late Fiction: 
 Ethics, Cosmology, Eschatology
 Diane Long Hoeveler	000
Appendix: Shirley Jackson Bibliography	000
About the Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jackson, Shirley, 1916-1965 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Women and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century.