Daun Kendig's Reading List

What Daun left behind

NOTE: I house-sat for Daun a few times so I can attest that her academic's library was extensive. I don't remember when after her death I was invited to take a few of her books but I came away with a small handful. Over the years I confess my own library has been straining the available space in my home and so I have not kept everything. What I'm offering here is a taste of her work (Frame Analysis and Eudora Welty) and her interests (Janet Kauffman) and one sentimental favorite of mine-- The French Lieutenant's Woman-- because Daun used that book to introduce me to the concept of "the unreliable narrator." (It was a big deal at the time for me.) 😉

3 Plays by Ibsen
with an introduction by Seymour L. Flaxman
January, 1959
Dell Publishing Co., Inc.
The French Lieutenant's Woman
by John Fowles
10 November 1969
Jonathan Cape (UK), Little, Brown (US)
ISBN 0-224-61654-4
Frame Analysis: An Essay on the Organization of Experience
by Erving Goffman
Harvard University Press
ISBN 10: 0674316568; ISBN 13: 9780674316560
The Company of Women
by Mary Gordon
February 12, 1981
Random House; 1st edition
ISBN-10: 0394505085; ISBN-13: 978-0394505084
Obscene Gestures for Women
by Janet Kauffman
September 9, 1989
Alfred A. Knopf
ISBN-10: 0394574117; ISBN-13: 978-0394574110
Places in the World a Woman Could Walk
by Janet Kauffman
Alfred A. Knopf
ISBN 10: 0394529960; ISBN 13: 9780394529967
Eudora Welty: Eye of the Storyteller
edited by Dawn Trouard
Kent State University Press
ISBN 10: 0873383850; ISBN 13: 9780873383851
The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty
by Eudora Welty
ISBN 10: 0151189943; ISBN 13: 9780151189946