Boys don't cry? : rethinking narratives of masculinity and emotion in the U.S. /

Saved in:
Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Shamir, Milette., Travis, Jennifer, 1967-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New York : Columbia University Press, [2002], ©2002.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • What feels an American? Evident selves and alienable emotions in the new man's world / Evan Carton
  • Loving with a vengeance: Wieland, familicide and the crisis of masculinity in the early nation / Elizabeth Barnes
  • "The manliest relations to men": Thoreau on privacy, intimacy, and writing / Milette Shamir
  • Manly tears: men's elegies for children in nineteenth-century America / Eric Haralson
  • How to be a (sentimental) race man: mourning and passing in W.E.B. Du Bois's The souls of Black folk / Ryan Schneider
  • The law of the heart: emotional injury and its fictions / Jennifer Travis
  • " The sort of thing you should not admit": Hemingway's aesthetics of emotional restraint / Thomas Strychacz
  • Road work: rereading Kerouac's midcentury melodrama of beset sonhood / Stephen Davenport
  • Men's tears and the roles of melodrama / Tom Lutz
  • Men's liberation, men's wounds: emotion, sexuality, and the reconstruction of masculinity in the 1970s / Sally Robinson
  • The politics of feeling: men, masculinity, and mourning on the Capital Mall / Judith Newton.