Table of contents for Approaches to the Anglo and American female epic, 1621-1982 / edited by Bernard Schweizer.

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List of Contributors	00
Introduction: ¿Muses With Pens¿	00
Part 1		British Women¿s Prose Epics
1	Romancing the Epic: Lady Mary Wroth¿s Urania and Literary Traditions	00
	Sheila Cavanagh
2	Female Heroic Action in Frances Burney¿s Camilla	00
	Elizabeth Kraft
3	Virginia Woolf and the Modern Epic	00
	Karla Alwes
4	Epic Form and (Re)Vision in Rebecca West¿s 
	Black Lamb and Grey Falcon	00
	Bernard Schweizer
Part 2		British Women¿s Verse Epics
5	Gendering Telemachus: Anna Seward and the Epic
	Rewriting of FÈnelon¿s TÈlÈmaque	00
	Adeline Johns-Putra
6	The Female Epic and the Journey towards Self-definition in 
	Mary Tighe¿s Psyche	00
	Debnita Chakravarti
7	¿Hear the Voice of the [Female] Bard¿: Aurora Leigh 
as a Female Romantic Epic	00
Peggy Dunn Bailey
Part 3		American Women¿s Verse Epics
8	The Daughters of Penelope: Tradition and Innovation in American	00
	Epics by Women
	Alan Jalowitz
9	Revisionary Heroism in Gwendolyn Brooks's Annie Allen	00
	Jenny Goodman
10	Against the Fathers¿ Amnesia: Sharon Doubiago, Hard Country, 
	and Women¿s Epic	00
	Jeremy Downes
Bibliography	00
Index			00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Epic literature, English -- History and criticism.
American literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Epic literature, American -- History and criticism.
Women and literature -- English-speaking countries.
Women in literature.