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Biography, identity and the modern interior
edited by Anne Massey and Penny Sparke.
Table of Contents
No body's place: on eighteenth-century kitchens / Carolyn Steedman -- The many lives of Red House / Barbara Penner and Charles Rice -- At home, 16 Tite Street / Richard W. Hayes -- Writing home: the colonial memories of Lady Barker, 1870-1904 / Emma Ferry -- Body, room, photograph: negotiating identity in the self-portraits of Lady Ottoline Morrell / Inga Fraser -- Inside out: Elsa Schiaparelli, interiors, and autobiography / Tom Tredway -- Illusion and delusion: validating the artificial interior / Gene Bawden -- Jean Genet, or the interiors of marginality in 1930s Europe / Cristóbal Amunátegui -- Mario Praz: autobiography and the object(s) of memory / Shax Riegler -- Art, architecture and life: the interior of Casa de Vidro, the house of Lina Bo Bardi And Pietro Maria Bardi / Aline Coelho Sanches Corato -- Negotiating interiority: displacement and belonging in the "autoportraits" of Lydia Maria Julien / Harriet Riches -- The private self: interior and the presenting of memory / Vesna Goldsworthy.