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Picking and Choosing
Essays on Prose
Carolyn Kizer

Eastern Washington University Press



Contents

• WOMEN AS HEROINES
• Becoming a Heroine: Rachel Brownstein
What Women Really Do Not Want: Elizabeth Janeway
• The Women We Feared to Become: Alice Adams
• The Education of Ilka Wessnix: Lore Segal

• WOMEN AFRAID
• Two Women Terrified: Eleanor Clark
• Mrs. Lessing's Nightmare: Doris Lessing

• ODD WOMEN
• A Power in the House: Ivy Compton-Burnett
• Becoming Renata Alder: Caroyn Kizer
• The Wicked Witch of the East: Mme. Mao

• PARENTS AND CHILDREN
• Reading to Children: 'Grill Me Some Bones!' and Other Delights
• An Essay on Failure: Commencement Address

• JAPANESE FICTION
• Donald Keene and Japanese Fiction: The Meiji Restoration to the 1920s; Tanizaki, Kawabata, Dazai and Mishima
• A Japanese Family Saga: Kita Morio

• MEN IN SPACE
• How He Saved His Skin: John Jewett
• The Man Nobody Knew: Paul Scott
• Fictional Space: John Keeble
• In the Skin of a Lion: Michael Ondaatje
• Theodore Roethke as Teacher

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