- Title Pages
- Introduction: May Sinclair’s Interdisciplinarity
Chapter 1‘Dying to Live’: Remembering and Forgetting May Sinclair
Chapter 2Learning Greek: The Woman Artist as Autodidact in May Sinclair’s Mary Olivier: A Life
Chapter 3Portrait of the Female Character as a Psychoanalytical Case: The Ambiguous Influence of Freud on May Sinclair’s Novels
Chapter 4Feminism, Freedom and the Hierarchy of Happiness in the Psychological Novels of May Sinclair
Chapter 5Architecture, Environment and ‘Scenic Effect’ in May Sinclair’s The Divine Fire
Chapter 6Disembodying Desire: Ontological Fantasy, Libidinal Anxiety and the Erotics of Renunciation in May Sinclair
Chapter 7May Sinclair and Physical Culture: Fit Greeks and Flabby Victorians
Chapter 8Dolls and Dead Babies: Victorian Motherhood in May Sinclair’s Life and Death of Harriett Frean
Chapter 9Why British Society Had to ‘Get a Young Virgin Sacrificed’: Sacrificial Destiny in The Tree of Heaven
Chapter 10‘Odd How the War Changes Us’: May Sinclair and Women’s War Work
Chapter 11Transgressing Boundaries; Transcending Bodies: Sublimation and the Abject Corpus in Uncanny Stories and Tales Told by Simpson
- Notes on Contributors
- May Sinclair
- Edinburgh University Press
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