Reviews of Secondary Sources   |   Part 1

  • Malcolm Cowley, "'Song of Myself' and Indian Philosophy," in A Century of Whitman Criticism, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1969): 231-246
            Reviewed by Jessica Ozimek

  • Betsy Erkkila, "Whitman and the Homosexual Republic," in Walt Whitman: The Centennial Essays, ed. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1994)
            Reviewed by Nakia Pope

  • David Kuebrich, "The Principal Poem," Chapter 5 of Minor Prophecy: Walt Whitman's New American Religion (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989)
            Reviewed by Sasha Wilson

  • Neil Schmitz, "Huckspeech,"
            Reviewed by Jeff Martin

  • Robert Weisbuch, "Winterbourne and the Doom of Manhood," in Daisy Miller (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993): 65-90
            Reviewed by Barry Hite

  • Sandra Gilbert, "The Second Coming of Aphrodite: Kate Chopin's Fantasy of Desire," Kenyon Review (1983)
            Reviewed by Bianca Roters

  • Elaine Showalter, "Tradition and the Female Talent: The Awakening as a Solitary Book"
            Reviewed by Elizabeth Thompson

  • Robert Treu, "Surviving Edna: A Reading of the Ending of The Awakening," College Literature 27 (2000)
            Reviewed by Nicole Lake

  • Judith Fetterly, "Reading about Reading: 'The Yellow Wallpaper'"
            Reviewed by Robin Freed

  • Shawn St. Jean, "'Aye, Chance, Free Will and Necessity': Sister Carrie's Literary Interweavings," The Midwest Quarterly 42 (2001): 240-56
            Reviewed by Danielle Alexander