Notes
Preface
1
Willa Cather, ‘‘The Novel Démeublé,’’ in Not Under Forty (Lincoln:
Universityof Nebraska Press,1988 [1922]), p.50.
2
Willa Cather, The Song of the Lark (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988
[1937]), p. 72.
3
See Janet Halley, Don’t (Durham: Duke University Press, 1999);
Michael Warner, The Trouble With Normal (New York: Free Press,
1999).
4
Sedgwick’sessayappearedinitiallyin SAQ 88,no.1(1989):53–72;the
theoretical introduction was incorporated into the opening chapter
of her Epistemology of the Closet (Berkeley: University of California
Press,1990),while a version of the Catheressayappears in Tendencies
(Durham: Duke University Press,1997).
5
Butler’s essay is included in her Bodies That Matter (London: Rout-
ledge,1993).
6
Julie Abraham, ‘‘Willa Cather’s New World Histories,’’ in Are Girls
Necessary? (NewYork:Routledge,1996);ChristopherNealon,‘‘Affect-
Genealogy: Feeling and Affiliation in Willa Cather,’’ American Lit-
erature 69, no. 1 (March 1997): 5–37. A version of this essay appears
as a chapter in Nealon’s Foundlings forthcoming from Duke Univer-
sity Press.
Other Names
1
SharonO’Brien,‘‘‘TheThingNotNamed’:WillaCatherasaLesbian
Writer,’’ Signs 9, no. 4 (summer1984):576–99.
2
Citationsof‘‘MyFirstNovels(ThereWereTwo)’’fromappendixBto
Alexander’s Bridge, ed. Marilee Lindemann (Oxford: Oxford Univer-
sity Press,1997), pp. 97–98, from which all citations from the novel
alsowillbedrawn.The Colophon essayalsoisincludedin Willa Cather
on Writing (Lincoln:Universityof Nebraska,1988reprintof1949col-
lection).
3
Sharon O’Brien, Willa Cather: The Emerging Voice (Oxford: Oxford
University Press,1987), pp.392–93.
4
HermioneLee, Willa Cather: Double Lives (NewYork:Vintage,1989),
p.11.
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