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eighteenth-century literature, °
Adams, James Eli, “n., ±“n.,
taxes on, 
n.·
the term ˜˜bachelor™™ and, °“±, , ±n.
Adams, Mrs. Henry, ±±, ±n.±·
aestheticism, ±, , µ, , °, ±°, ±°µ, ±±, bachelor invalids
boundary-crossing of, 
±
bourgeois manhood of, ··
fetishism and, ±“
doubled voices of, “
Anesko, Michael, n.·
nursing of, “µ, ·µ
Ardis, Ann, ±µn., °n.
masculinity and femininity of, ±µ, ·
˜˜Aspern Papers, The™™ (James), ±µ, ±°, ±°,
self-di¬erence of, µ“
±°“µ, ±·, n.µ
as witnesses and onlookers, µ“
competing masculine and feminine plots in,
±± bachelor narrators
alternative masculinity of, ±
fetishistic quest of narrator in, ±±
as Barthesian ˜˜¬gure,™™ “
Orpheus myth in, ±±“
ideology and form related through, ±
Auerbach, Jonathan, “°n.
liminal spaces and states of, ·, ±·, “·, ±±
authorship
non-autodiegetic homodiegesis of, ·, , 
bachelor as expressive of ambivalences
nostalgia and, ±, °“µ, °
inherent in, 
quadrangulated desire and, ±°“±±, 
¬ction of autonomy and, ±°
queer excesses of, ±±
˜˜masters™™ and, ±°, ±±“± passim
self-divisions of, ·, µ“
maternity and, ±·, ·n.·
as site of construction of gendered
modernist male, and same gender
subjectivity, ±
representation, ±
unreliability of, ·“
novelistic, engendering gap between
˜˜˜high™™ and ˜˜low™™ cultural spheres,  see also manhood/masculinity;
privileges and pleasures of, “· narrative/narration
˜˜bachelor subcultures,™™ ±“, 
see also manhood/masculinity;
bachelor uncles, ±·“, ±·, ±, ±n.±±
narrative/narration; self-discipline
˜˜Bachelor™s Christmas, A,™™ “±, ·n.··
autobiography, ±, ±°·, ±±±“±, ±±·“±
˜˜Bachelors and Spinsters,™™ ±n.
autoeroticism, “, µ“, °
Baines, Jocelyn, n.±
see also self-display; sexuality
Banks, J.A., , ±n.±
Banks, Olive, , ±n.±
˜˜Bachelor Bedroom, The,™™ ±“±
Barker-Ben¬eld, G.J., µn.µ
bachelor economics, ±“
Barrie, J.M., ±, ±n.±±
˜˜spermatic economy™™ and, “
Barthes, Roland, “, ±n.
bachelor, historical ¬gure of,
Baym, Nina, , ±n.±·, n.·, µµn.
American versus British, µ“
Bederman, Gail, ·“, “, ±n.
illegitimacy and, ±µ“·
Berlant, Lauren, n.
popular discourse of, , “±, “±,
Bersani, Leo, n.
n.µ
Bertolini, Vincent, µµ, ±n.±±°
as stock character in seventeenth- and

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Besant, Walter, ±, ± Cheng, Vincent J., µn.
Blithedale Romance, The (Hawthorne), , ±µ, Chudaco¬, Howard, ±n.±°
µ“, ·±“,“, µ, µn.±·, µn.±, Cixous, Helene, ±·°
´`
µn.°, n.±, n. Clark, Suzanne, °±, µµn.·
alternatives to marriage in, ·,  Clawson, Mary Ann, n.µ
critical tradition and, “ Cleere, Eileen, µ±n.
medical gaze of narrator in, · Cohen, Ed, n.
mesmerism and, ·· Cohen, William, n.
nursing and, ·µ“ Collins, Wilkie, ±n.±
quadrangulated desire in,  ˜˜Bachelor Bedroom, The,™™ ±“±, “
self-disclosure and, , n.µ Conrad, Joseph, ±, ±°, ±, n.±, µn.±
spectatorship and, ·±“, ·, µn.± Henry James and, ±±“±µ, ±±
women readers and, ±±
spiritualist mediumship and utopian
communalism in, · ˜˜Author™s Note™™ to Under Western Eyes,
Boone, Joseph Allen, ±n.±µ, n.±, °n., ±“µ, ±, ±·, ±µ, n.±, n.±
µn. Autocracy and War, n.±
bourgeois ideology, , , , ±±, ±·, ±“°, ±“· Heart of Darkness, ±°, ±±, ±, µn.
passim, ·, , ·, ·, ··, , , , ±, Nature of a Crime, The, n.±±
, ±°“µ, ±±±, ±·, ± see also Nostromo, µn.±
Personal Record, A, n.±
domesticity; marriage;
Secret Agent, The, n.±µ
manhood/masculinity
Braude, Ann, n.± Youth, µn.
Breitwieser, Mitchell, µn. see also male“male relations; Chance; Lord
Brodhead, Richard, µn.±, n., n. Jim; ˜˜The Secret Sharer™™; Under Western
Bronte, Emily, ±, ±·
¨ Eyes
gender-neutral pseudonyms of,  Coontz, Stephanie, ·, °n.±·
courtly love, ±“, µn.
see also Wuthering Heights
Brooks, Peter, ±n.±, ±·“±n., n.± see also manhood/masculinity; sexuality
Brown, Gillian, n., µn.±, “·n. Crews, Frederick, n.
Browne, Junius Henri, n. Cromley, Elizabeth, ·, n.·
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, ±±° Curtis, George W., 
Bruccoli, Matthew, µµn.
Buell, Lawrence, µn.± Davido¬, Leonore, ±“±n.
Bunce, Oliver Bell, ±“,  Davies, Laurence, µn.·
Davis, Richard Harding, ±
Bachelor Blu¬: His Opinions, Sentiments, and
Disputations, ±“ Defoe, Daniel, ±±
Burnett, John, ±n., n.·° Degler, Carl N., ±n., °n.±·
Butler, Judith, ±±, ±µ“±n.±° DeKoven, Marianne, ±µn.
Byron, Lord, ±“ DeLauretis, Teresa, ±n.±µ
Deleuze, Gilles, ±·n.µ
Carabine, Keith, n.±, µn.±, ·n.± desire, see male“male relations;
Castronovo, David, µn. manhood/masculinity; marriage;
Cather, Willa, ± psychoanalysis; sexuality
Cha¬ee, Frank, · detective ¬ction, see plotting
˜˜Bachelor Buttons,™™ · Dickens, Charles, , 
Chance (Conrad), ±·, ±±“±·,±·µ“±, °±, Bleak House, 
µn.·, µ±n.·, µn.±° David Copper¬eld, ±±
¬rst-person narration in, ±±“±· Old Curiosity Shop, The, 
˜˜good uncle™™ in, ±·, ±·, ±± Dickinson, Emily, 
initiator and initiate as roles in, ±°“ Dix, Dorothy (Elizabeth Gilmer), n.
male“female relations in, ±··“° Dollimore, Jonathan, ±n.±µ
character domesticity
interpretations of, ±µ“ bachelor and bourgeois, , , ±“±, µ, ±·,
Charvat, William, n.±°± ±·“·
Chauncey, George, , n. consumer-based economy and, 
±
Index
Freud, Sigmund, , ±·, ±·°, ±n.±,
contradictions within separate spheres
ideology of, ±“°, ·, ·, ° µ°“±n.·
destabilized by bachelor narrator, 
˜˜House Beautiful™™ aestheticism and, , Gallop, Jane, ±·n.±
·n. Galsworthy, John, ·n., µn.±
ideology of ownership and,  Garber, Marjorie, “µ°n.·, µ°n.,
˜˜masculine domesticity,™™ “µ, n. µ°n.°
middle class and, ±n. Geary, Susan, n.±°±
gender, ±“± passim, “·, ·, ±“, , ·, ±,
see also housing; marriage
Douglas, Ann, °n.±° , ±±, ±±, ±±“, ±, ±µ, ±µ“, ±°,
Dowling, Linda, n. ±µ“, ±·°“±, ±±“±
Doyle, Arthur Conan, n. separate spheres ideology and, ±“°, ±
Dunn, Waldo H., “°n.±° see also manhood/masculinity; sexuality
Genette, Gerard, ·“, , ±·n.°, °n.µ
´
Edel, Leon, n., n.· Gerard, Jessica, °n.±
Eliot, George, ± Ghent, Emmanuel, n.·
Eliot, T.S., ±·, °± Gilfoyle, Timothy, µ“
Gilmore, Michael, n.±
Girard, Rene, 
family, see domesticity; marriage; bachelor ´
Girouard, Mark, ·n.·, µn.
uncles; psychoanalysis
˜˜Family of Man,™™ ± Goetz, William R., ±±, ·n., °“±n.±
Felman, Shoshana, n. Good Soldier, The (Ford), , ±·, ±, ±·“µ,
feminism, ±, ±, ±µ·“, ±·±, ±·· ±“°±, °“±°, µn.µ, µ“n.,
µn.
fetishism
commodity fetishism,  adulterous desire and, ±±“
critique of, ±± courtly love and, ±“
phallic woman, ±“· impassiveness of English ˜˜gentleman™™ in,
and su¬ering, ± ±
sentimentalism and character in, ±“°°
see also Freud; manhood/masculinity;
social typing in, ±
sexuality; spectatorship
˜˜Figure in the Carpet, The™™ (James), ±µ, ±°, see also male“male relations;
±°·“, ±“°, ±“, n. manhood/masculinity; melancholia;
¬rst-person narration and, ± modernism; sentimentalism
plotting and, ± Gorn, Eliot, , “n., n.
secrets in, ±“· Grant, Robert, ±
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, ±, ±, µn.± Great Gatsby, The (Fitzgerald), , ±·, ±·“µ,
literary successes and failures of, ° ±“, ±·“°, µn.µ
Joseph Conrad and, ±“°, µn.± adulterous desire and, ±±“
magazine story-writing career, °, °, ± Impressionism and Surrealism in, °·
lineage of bachelor narrators in, °
see also male“male relations; The Great Gatsby
Flaubert, Gustave, ±±° as pastiche, °“
Ford, Boris, n.± queer fantasy in, °“·
Ford, Ford Madox, °±, ±±, ±n., n.·, ˜˜spermatic economy™™ in, °
µn.±, µ“µn., µµn., µn. vitality and waste in, °µ
Joseph Conrad and, ±“±°, µn.± see also male“male relations;

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