Index
Aging and elderly women, 18 (fig. 2),
42 (fig. 6), 134–36, 137 (fig. 31), 138,
171–72
Agnew, Jean-Christophe, 228, 234
Alden, Henry Mills, 19, 63, 85, 95–96,
203
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 250
American Sociological Society, 113–14
Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman,
34, 122–23, 250–51, 272–73
Anthropology of emotions, 219–21,
301 n.4
Architecture: dining rooms, 141–44,
142 (fig. 32), 263–64, 264 (fig. 53);
impact on family life, 123–25, 131,
141–43, 295 n.10; mansard roof,
125–26, 131
Armstrong, Nancy, 232, 235, 239
Art and aesthetics: commercialism,
84, 261, 264–65; fashion, 18 (fig. 2),
42 (fig. 6), 259–61; Henry James on,
261–62; race and ethnicity, 146
Arts and Crafts movement, 260, 263–
64
Art Students’ League, 259, 260
Atherton, Gertrude, 185–86
Atlantic Monthly, 72, 81, 86–87
Authorship, 21–26, 31–32, 94
Bang, John Kendricks, 27, 33–34, 38,
103, 153–54, 154 (figs. 34 and 35),
169–70
Banta, Martha, 197, 198
Bauer, Dale, 26, 178–79
Bederman, Gail, 122, 251, 254
Bendixen, Alfred, 1, 14, 53, 147, 300 n.1
Berlant, Lauren, 239–40
Beveridge, Alfred, 122–23
Bohemianism, 133, 259–60, 263–64
Boy books, 34, 250–54
Brodhead, Richard: cult of domes-
ticity, 233; high culture v. mass
culture, 81, 264–65; on the liter-
ary marketplace, 81, 84, 235–36; on
sentimentality, 215–16
Brooks, Cleanth, 243–44
Brown, Alice: conclusion of The Whole
Family, 274–75; on Elizabeth Tal-
bert, 170, 171; and Henry James,
277–78; on marriage, 273, 277, 281
Capitalism, 228–29, 239
Children, 34, 191–94, 250–55
Christy, Howard Chandler, 280–81
Clarke, Edward, 160–61
Class: in America, 80–85; in boy
books, 254; family and, 109–10, 122;
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