_Gender, Desire, and Sexuality in T. S. Eliot_ (Cambridge University Press, 2004) co-edited by Cassandra Laity and Nancy K. Gish is now available at <amazon.com> or Cambridge University Press U.S. and U.K.
Table of Contents:
Introduction: Eliot, gender, and modernity, Cassandra Laity
1. the love song of T. S. Eliot: elegiac homoeroticism in the early poetry, Colleen Lamos
2. T. S. Eliot, famous clairvoyante, Tim Dean
3. "Cells in one body: : nation and eros in the early work of T. S. Eliot, Michele Tepper
4. The masculinity behind the ghosts of modernism in Eliot's _Four Quartets_, Peter Middleton
5. Discarnate desire: T. S. Eliot and the poetics of dissociation, Nancy K. Gish
6. Mimetic desire and the return to origins in _The Waste Land_, Jewel Spears Brooker
7. Theorizing emotions in Eliot's poetry and poetics, Charles Altieri
8. Through schoolhouse windows: women, the academy, and T. S. Eliot, Gail McDonald
9. T. S. Eliot speaks the body: the privileging of female discourse in _Murder in the Cathedral_ and "The Cocktail Party"
10. T. S. Eliot, women, and democracy, Rachel Potter
11. Vipers, viragos and spiritual rebels: women in T. S. Eliot's Christian society plays, Elisabeth Daumer
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