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mass culture disdained by, °±“ manhood/masculinity; melancholia;
Nature of a Crime, The, n.±± modernism; sentimentalism
˜˜March of Literature, The,™™ °± Greg, W.R., ±, , ±n., ±n.±±
˜˜On Impressionism,™™ µn. Guattari, Felix, ±·n.µ
´
˜˜Saddest Story, The,™™ °
Habegger, Alfred, “n.°
see also male“male relations; The Good Soldier
Foster, Hal, ±·, µ°n.± Haggard, Rider, ±, µn.±
Fraser, Keath, µn.· Hall, Catherine, ±“±n.
Freedman, Jonathan, ·n., n.· Hall, Leslie A., “µn.µ
Freeman, Sarah, n.·, n. Haller, John S., Jr., µn.µµ
 Index
Haller, Robin M., µn.µµ man/artist pairing in work of, ±°µ“,
Haltunnen, Karen, n.µ, n.± ±±“±°, ±µ“·
Hamilton, Edith, µ°n. mastery as a discourse in work of, ±°,
Hamilton, Gail, ±±° ±±“± passim
Hampson, Robert, µn.±° ˜˜re¬‚ectors™™ in ¬ction and theory of, µ, ±°,
Harrison, Brian, n.· ±°·
Hayden, Dolores, ·, n.·±, ·n. Shakespeare and, ±µ, ±µ“·, ±“, ±
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, , ±±±, ±, ±· Ambassadors, The, ±°“·, ±°, n.
and women writers,  ˜˜Art of Fiction, The,™™ ±, ±, ±
˜˜Daisy Miller,™™ ±°±, ±°, n.
see also The Blithedale Romance
Helsinger, Elizabeth K., ±n., °n.±· Guy Domville, n.
Herndl, Diane Price, n. ˜˜Lesson of the Master, The,™™ ±µ, ±±“°,
Henry, Anne, , n.° ±
Hewitt, Andrew, °n., µn.±± ˜˜New Novel, The,™™ ±µ, ±±
Hibbard, George, ± Prefaces to the New York Edition, ±°, ±±,
Higdon, David Leon, n.µ ±, ±“, ±
Hoeckley, Cheri Larsen, ±n.±± Roderick Hudson, µ, ±°, ±°·, ±°
Holland, Laurence, ·n. Sacred Fount, The, µ, ±°, ±°
Homans, Margaret, ·n.· Sense of the Past, The, ±µ
˜˜Turn of the Screw, The,™™ ±°
home
bachelor in relation to, , “· passim Watch and Ward, ±°
colonization and ¬ctions of, ±“· Wings of the Dove, The, 
bourgeois ideology of, ±“° ˜˜Younger Generation, The,™™ ±±
see also domesticity; housing; marriage see also male“male relations; self-discipline;
homoeroticism, see male“male relations; ˜˜The Aspern Papers™™; ˜˜The Figure in
sexuality the Carpet™™; The Portrait of a Lady;
Hopkins, Pauline, n.· James, William, ±±
Horne, Philip, ±±, n. Jameson, Fredric, µµn.
Jolly, Roslyn, ±n.±
housing
bachelor apartment houses, µ“· Joyce, James, ±·
bedrooms, ±“±, “
bachelors and, ±, “µ Kahane, Claire, µn.µ°
˜˜chambers™™ and, , · Karl, Frederick R., n.±µ, ·“n.
men™s clubs, , “µ Kelley, Mary, µn.±, ·n.·
residential colleges as model of,  Kerber, Linda, ±n.·
Kerr, Frances, µn.µ
see also domesticity
Howells, William Dean, n., n.±, Koestenbaum, Wayne, n., µ“n.±±
n.° Kopelson, Kevin, n.±
Hume, Beverly, µn.±·
Huyssen, Andreas, °n. Lacan, Jacques, ±·
Hynes, Samuel, µn.· Laipson, Peter, ±“n.µ, n.µ, n.
Langland, Elizabeth, “·n.·
James, Henry, ±°µ, ±°, ±, n., n.° Lanser, Susan S., ±n.
Levenson, Michael, ±µ, °n., µn.±·,
artist-bachelor as identity and stock
character of, ±µ, ±°, ±±, ± µn.
correspondence of, ±°“±°, ±±“±, ±± Leverenz, David, n.°
Edith Wharton and, ±± Levi-Strauss, Claude, 
´
Lewis, Wyndham, ±n.
the feminine and popular as forms of
˜˜otherness™™ for, ±°“±°, ± Lombroso, Cesare, ±n.
¬rst“person narration and, ±µ“±, ±°·“, Lord Jim, , ±·, ±·“, ±·, ±“°, °±,
±±±“±, ±±“±, ±µ, ±n. µn.±, µn., µn.±
H.G. Wells and, ±±“± home and, ±
the ˜˜house of ¬ction,™™ ±°“ interracial intimacy and, ±µ“
Joseph Conrad and, ±±“±, ±·· Marlow as ˜˜good uncle™™ to Jim in, ±“µ
˜˜life of art,™™ ±°, ±±, ±, ± Lucey, Michael, µ±n.

Index
Luftig, Victor, n. demographics, ±“, , ±“°n.±±
Lukacs, Georg, ± ˜˜race suicide™™ and, 
´
Lynn, David H., µ±n. sentimental plots of, °
see also bourgeois ideology; domesticity;
Macherey, Pierre, ±, ±· plotting
MacKenzie, Henry, °n.±° Marsh, Margaret, n.
˜˜Magazine Revolution,™™ ±µn. Martin, Edward Sanford, ±
male“female relations, ±µ“µ, ±·“° Marx, Karl, 
masochism/sadism, , ±, ±“, ±
see also marriage; sexuality; spectatorship
male“male relations see also manhood/masculinity;
authority and, ±µ self-discipline; sexuality
¬gured as male self“division, µ“·, ±°µ“ Matterson, Stephen, µµn.±
homoeroticism and, ±°, ±“, ±·, ±, McCarthy, Terence, n.
° McClintock, Anne, ±
homophobia and, “µ, ° McDonald, Edward, µn.±·
homosocial, ±“·, ±µ McElroy, John, µn.±·
intergenerational, ±±“ melancholia
interracial, ±µ“ of bachelors, ±·“µ, ±“°, °“±°
master/disciple bonds and, ±° and disavowed sentimentalism, °“µ
as quasi-fraternal, ±° see also courtly love, modernism,
sentimentalism and, µ“°, ±“, ±“°, manhood/masculinity; sentimentalism
°·“±° Melas, Natalie, µ±n., µn.±
world of art and, ±± melodrama, “·, , °
see also manhood/masculinity; sexuality see also sentimentalism
Melville, Herman, , 
manhood/masculinity
authorship and, ±°µ, ±±“± passim ˜˜Paradise of Bachelors, The,™™ 
Meredith, K.M.C., ±
bachelor as exemplar of competing styles of,
, , ±°“· Green Gates: An Analysis of Foolishness, ±“, µ
bachelor narrator and normative, , Merish, Lori, °n.±°µ
±·“ Meyer, Bernard, ·n.±·
competing models of, µ, ±µ, ±±“ Meyers, Je¬rey, µn.±
crisis and anti-crisis theories of, ·“ Michaels, Walter Benn, n.
lack and, ±·“µ Miller, D.A., ±n.
male gaze and, ±, ±·° Miller, J. Hillis, n.
melancholia and, ±° Mitchell, Donald Grant (Ik Marvel), ±, ±, ,
melodrama and, , °, ±n.±· ±·
mythic ¬gures of, ±°, ±, ±“, ±·°, editorship at Harper™s magazine, 
n.±°, n.·, µ°n. Washington Irving and, °n.±°
neochivalrism as style of, ± Lorgnette; or, Studies of the Town, The, °n.±°·
nursing and, µ, ±“ see also Reveries of a Bachelor
Oedipus complex and, ±°, ·° Mitchell, Juliet, “µ°n.·
modernism, ±·, ±±, ±·“µ, ±
open and closed economies of male body
and, “ character and, ±µ
self-made American, ±· ˜˜high art™™ and, ±“±µn.µ
spectatorship and, ±, ±µ“± relation of melancholia and bachelorhood
˜˜sporting male subcultures,™™ µ“, ° to, ±·, ±·“µ
sentimentalism and, ±“°±, °
see also authorship; bourgeois ideology;
male-male relations; sentimentalism; see also narrative/narration; sentimentalism
Mongia, Padmini, µn.±
spectatorship
market economy, ±“ Morris, William, n.·
Moser, Thomas, µn., n.·
marriage
alternatives to, “µ, “· passim, , ·, Mulvey, Laura, n.µ, n.
 Mumford, Kevin J., “n., n.
cost of living and delayed, “
modern conditions and,  Najder, Zdzislaw, “µn.±, µn., n.±,
 Index
n.±µ, ·n.±· open-endedness of, ±°±
narrative/narration permeability of intra- and interpersonal
confession and, “, ±“µ°, ±µ·, ± boundaries in, “
¬rst-person/homodiegetic, ·“, , ±µ“±, resistance to commodity relations in, , ±°±
±°·“±, ±±“±, ±µ“, ±n. Preston, Elizabeth, µµn.
third-person/heterodiegetic, ±µ, µ“, ±°, primitivism, ±±, ±“·
±°·“, ±· Prince, Gerald, ±n.
˜˜o¬-centers of consciousness,™™ , ±°·, ±· property
home ownership, ·, “µ°
and permeability of division between histoire
and recit, ±
´ see also domesticity; housing
Neale, Steve, n.µ psychoanalysis, ±°“±
˜˜Necessary Melancholy of Bachelors, The,™™ see also Freud; manhood/masculinity;
±·, ±·“ sexuality
Nelson, Claudia, n.±
Nelson, Henry L., µ, n. Raval, Suresh, “n.
Nevill, Ralph, n. Read, Donald, ±n.±, ±n.
New Woman, ±±, n. Reveries of a Bachelor (Mitchell), ±, ±, ·“, ±·
New¬eld, Christopher, ±·n., n.±° domestic selfhood and, µ±“
Newman, Beth, n., n. dream life represented in, µ°“, 
Nordau, Max, ±n. home ownership in, “µ°
Norton, Rictor, µn. labor and leisure of reverie in, µ“, 
Nunokawa, Je¬, n., n. liminal spaces and states in, ±, µ“, µ·, ,
manhood and, °“±, “
Otter, Samuel, °“±n.±°, ±n.±±°, masturbation and, µ“
±n.±±, ±n.±±· publishing history of, 
Ownby, Ted, n. sentimentalism and, µ°, µ“, °n.±°
structure of, µ“·
Paccaud, Josiane, ·n.± Rimmon, Shlomith, n.
Parish, Anne, ° Roberts, Andrew Michael, µn.
Parker, Patricia, µn.± Rodowick, David, n.
Pater, Walter, µ romance ±±“±, ±, µ“n.±
Perkins, Maxwell, ° see also male“male relations; marriage;
Person, Leland S., Jr., °n.± narrative/narration; plotting
P¬ster, Joel, µn.± Rotundo, Anthony, n.µ
Rubin, Gayle, 
plotting
detective, ±µ“ Ryan, Mary, ±n.
homosocial desire and, ±°, ±·, ±µ“
marriage, ±°“±, ±·, ±µµ, n.± Said, Edward, ±
Oedipal, “±° Sand, George, ±±°
Schwarz, Daniel R., n.
see also narrative/narration
Pollard, Percival, ±, , ± Scott, Bonnie Kime, ·n.°
Poovey, Mary, ±µn. Secor, Robert, n.
Porter, Carolyn, ·n., ˜˜Secret Sharer, The™™ (Conrad), ±, ±, ±µ“,
Portrait of a Lady, The (James), , ±µ, “±°, ±, ·n.±
±, “n.±, n. composition of, ±µµ, ·n.±
bachelor re¬‚ectors as witnesses in, µ“, mastery of feminine other in, ±µ“
±°°, ±°± male“male desire in, ±µ“
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky, , “±°, , ±n.±±,
critique of aesthetic connoisseurship in,
“° ±·n., n., °n., µ±n.
economics and the body in, °“ Segal, Ora, °n.µ
˜˜house of ¬ction™™ in,  self-discipline, ±°, ±, ±“, ±µ
invalidism and, ·“, “· see also authorship; manhood/masculinity
martyrdom of Ralph Touchett in, µ, ·“ self-display, ·“, ±±“±·, “n.
models of manhood in, “, ±, “ sentimentalism, µ“, °·“±°, °n.±°
µ“n.±
µ
Index
˜˜transcendental homelessness,™™ ±°
moral sentiment as imaginative
identi¬cation, °° domesticity and, ±±
modernism™s overlap with, ±“° Under Western Eyes (Conrad), ±°, ±, ±±“µ,
modernist writers™ repudiation of, °± ±µµ“·±, ±·“, µn.±, µn., n.±µ,
nostalgia and, ±“, °“µ n.±, ·n.±·, ·n.±, ·n.,
political uses of, n. n.µ
female audience of, ±·±
see also male“male relations; modernism;
feminism in, ±µ·“, ±·±
narrative/narration
marriage and, ±µ±, ±µ“µ, ±µ·
sexuality
adulterous desire and bachelor, ±±“ Medusa myth in, ±, ±, µn.±
Russia and Russianness in, ±µ, ±, ±·“,
Freud™s developmental model of male,
±n.± ±±
spectatorship and, ±±“, ±µ“±, ±, ±·°,
Henry James™s perception of Byron™s
transgressive, ±“µ ±·“
˜˜perversion™™ and heteronormative, , µ, translation in, ±±, ±“µ, ±·, ±µ±
 see also modernism; plotting; spectatorship
see also male“male relations;
Vernon, James, ±µn.·
manhood/masculinity
Shakespeare, William
Hamlet, ±·“ Walsh, J.H., ±n.
The Tempest, ±, ±· Warner, Marina, µ°n.µ
Warner, Michael, n.°
see also James, Henry: Shakespeare and
Sheard, Robert E., n.µ Watt, Ian, ±n., °n.
Shelley, Mary, ·· Watts, Cedric, µn.·, n.±µ
Sherlock Holmes,  Weeks, Je¬rey, µn.µ
Shires, Linda M., n.· Wells, H.G., ±±±“±
Siegel, Carol, n.· Wharton, Edith, ±, “·, ±±, ±n.,
Silverman, Kaja, ±·n., n.· n.
Smith, Adam, °° as ˜˜masculine™™ writer according to Henry
Smith, David R., µn.± James, ±±
Smith, F. Hopkinson, ± White, Andrea, µn.
Snyder, Katherine, ·n.· Whitman, Walt, ±, ±n.±°
Southerne, Thomas, n. ˜˜Why We Men Do Not Marry, By One of
Us,™™ “
spectatorship
authorial, ±°“, ±·± Wilde, Oscar, , n.·°, µn.
identi¬cation and, ±µ“±, ±·° Importance of Being Earnest, The, ±°µ
illness and, ·“µ, “µ Picture of Dorian Gray, The, “·
private sphere theatricalized by, ±±“ women™s ¬ction, , ±±
self-display and, ·“ ˜˜Woman Question,™™ ±±
vicarious desire and, · Wood, John Seymour, 
voyeurism and, ·±“, ±·“, ±· Woolf, Virginia, ±·, µn.
Stein, Gertrude, ±· Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte), ±°, ±µ, ·“·µ,
¨
Stevenson, Robert Louis, ±±, ±, n.·, ·“, µ, n.±°, “n.±±, n.±,
n. µn.±, µn.°, n., n.,
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, ±, , ±±°, ±, n.µ
n.° doubling and, °, 
Strychacz, Thomas F., n.±, n.· invalidism and, ·µ, °“±
Sussman, Herbert L., n.µ, ±n.±± marriage and, ·, 
Sweeney, Gerard M., n. quadrangulated desire in, 
Szittya, Penn R., n.± spectatorship and, ·°“±, ·
supernatural merger in, ·“
Tanner, Tony, n. Victorian ideology of feeling and, ·, 
Tintner, Adeline R., n.
Tomc, Sandra, °n.±° Zabel, Morton Dauwen, ·n.±
Torgovnick, Marianna, ±·, n. Zangwill, Israel, ±

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