Issue Two | The Raymond Carver Review | Kent State University

Issue Two

The Raymond Carver Review Issue TWO
Carver and Feminism


Robert Miltner, Kent State University at Stark

Special Issue Introduction
Claire Fabre-Clark, Université de Paris XII, France

Editors' Essays

Four Female Voices in "Fever": Introduction to Feminism and Carver
Vasiliki Fachard, Independent Scholar, Switzerland

''Passionate Fictions”: Raymond Carver and Feminist Theory
Libe García Zarranz, University of Alberta, Canada

Peer Reviewed Essays

Space, Domesticity and the Everyday: Re-reading Raymond Carver’s Women
Aoileann Ní Éigeartaigh, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland

Influences of Feminism and Class on Raymond Carver’s Short Stories
Vanessa Hall, New York City College of Technology, CUNY

Masculinity as Homosocial Enactment in Three Stories by Raymond Carver
Josef Benson, University of South Florida

A Feminist Re-Vision of the Work of Interpretation in Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral"
Eve Wiederhold, George Mason University


Review of Maryann Burk Carver’s What It Used to be Like
Julia Kaziewicz, College of William and Mary

Review of Tess Gallagher’s Dear Ghosts,
Jo Angela Edwins, Francis Marion University