- Title Pages
- Introduction: Thinking in/about Bowen
- Chapter 1 How to Be Yourself – But Not Eccentric: Clothes, Style and Self in Bowen’s Short Fiction
- Chapter 2 Elizabeth Bowen: Surrealist
- Chapter 3 Elizabeth Bowen and the Pleasure of the Text
- Chapter 4 Obnoxiousness and Elizabeth Bowen’s Queer Adolescents
- Chapter 5 Tender Ties: Elizabeth Bowen and Habit
- Chapter 6 ‘One Is Somehow Suspended’: Elizabeth Bowen, Katherine Mansfield and the Spaces in Between
- Chapter 7 ‘How Much of Nothing There Was’: Trying (Not) to Understand Elizabeth Bowen
- Chapter 8 Bowen’s Recesses: From Realism to Inter-Objectivity
- Chapter 9 ‘Some Really Raging Peculiarity’: Female Fetishism in <i>The Little Girls</i>
- Chapter 10 Housekeeping and the Fiction of Subjectivity in <i>Eva Trout</i>
- Chapter 11 Elizabeth Bowen on the Telephone
- Notes on Contributors
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