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A companion to Virginia Woolf / edited by Jessica Berman.

Contributor(s): Berman, Jessica Schiff [edt] | Booth, Alison [aut] | Marcus, Laura [aut] | Sutton, Emma [aut] | Outka, Elizabeth [aut] | Sherry, Vincent [aut] | Saint-Srmour, Paul K [aut] | Ellmann, Maud [aut] | Ryan, Derek [aut] | Garrity, Jane [aut] | Snaith, Anna [aut] | MacKay, Marina [aut] | Goldman, Jane [aut] | Fernald, Anne E [aut] | Friedman, Susan Stanford [aut] | Berman, Jessica [aut] | Mills, Jean [aut] | Reichman, Ravit [aut] | Alt, Christina [aut] | Hussey, Mark [aut] | Detloff, Madelyn [aut] | Humm, Maggie [aut] | Caughie, Pamela L [aut] | Scott, Bonnie Kime [aut] | Cole, Sarah [aut] | Micir, Melanie [aut] | Wolfe, Jesse [aut] | Batershill, Claire [aut] | Southworth, Helen [aut] | Katz, Tamar [aut] | Pearson, Nels [aut] | Brassard, Genevieve [aur] | Chaudhuri, Supriya [aut] | Lojo-Rodrigues, Laura ma [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture.Publisher: Chichester : Wiley Blackwell, cop. 2016Description: [xiv], 501 str. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781118457887.Subject(s): Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Criticism and interpretation | Woolf, VirginiaAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Companion to Virginia WoolfOnline resources: Cover image
Contents:
Part I: Textual encounters
1. The lives of houses: Woolf and biography / Alison Booth
2. The short fiction / Laura Marcus
3. Silence and cries: the exotic soundscape of 'The voyage out' / Emma Sutton
4. The transitory space of 'Night and day' / Elizabeth Outka
5. 'Jacob's room': occasions of war, representations of history / Vincent Sherry
6. 'Mrs. Dalloway': Of clocks and clouds / Paul K. Saint-Armour
7. A passage to the lighthouse / Maud Ellmann
8. 'Orlando''s queer animals / Derek Ryan
9. Global objects in 'The waves' / Jane Garrity
10. 'The years' and contradictory time / Anna Snaith
11. 'Between he acts': Novels and other mass media / Marina MacKay
12. 'Flush: a biography': speaking, reading, and writing with the companion species / Jane Goldman
13. Woolf's essays, diaries, and letters / Anne E. Fernald
14. 'A room of one's own' in the world: the pre-life and after-life of Shakespeare's sister / Susan Stanford Friedman
15. 'Three guineas' and the politics of interruption / Jessica Berman
Part II: Approaching Woolf :
16. Virginia Woolf and the politics of class / Jean Mills
17. Woolf and the law / Ravit Reichman
18. Woolf and the natural sciences / Christina Alt
19. Digital Woolf / Mark Hussey
20. Woolf and crip theory / Madelyn Detloff
21. Woolf and the visual / Maggie Humm
22. Feminist Woolf / Pamela L. Caughie
23. Ecocritical Woolf / Bonnie Kime Scott
24. Woolf, war, violence, history, and... Peace / Sarah Cole
25. Queer Woolf / Melanie Micir
Part III: Woolf in the world
26. Woolf, Bloomsbury, and intimacy / Jesse Wolfe
27. Woolf, the Hogarth Press, and global print culture / Claire Batershill and Helen Southworth
28. Woolfs urban rhythms / Tamar Katz
29. Woolf and geography / Andrew Thacker
30. Woolf's spatial aesthetics and postcolonial critique / Nels Pearsono
31. Woolf in translation / Genevieve Brassard
32. Reading Woolf in India / Supriya Chaudhuri
3. Woolf in Hispanic countries: Buenos Aires and Madrid / Laura ma Lojo-Rodríguez
Summary: "A Companion to Virginia Woolf is a thorough examination of her life, work, and multiple contexts in 33 essays written by leading scholars in the field"--
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Part I: Textual encounters

1. The lives of houses: Woolf and biography / Alison Booth

2. The short fiction / Laura Marcus

3. Silence and cries: the exotic soundscape of 'The voyage out' / Emma Sutton

4. The transitory space of 'Night and day' / Elizabeth Outka

5. 'Jacob's room': occasions of war, representations of history / Vincent Sherry

6. 'Mrs. Dalloway': Of clocks and clouds / Paul K. Saint-Armour

7. A passage to the lighthouse / Maud Ellmann

8. 'Orlando''s queer animals / Derek Ryan

9. Global objects in 'The waves' / Jane Garrity

10. 'The years' and contradictory time / Anna Snaith

11. 'Between he acts': Novels and other mass media / Marina MacKay

12. 'Flush: a biography': speaking, reading, and writing with the companion species / Jane Goldman

13. Woolf's essays, diaries, and letters / Anne E. Fernald

14. 'A room of one's own' in the world: the pre-life and after-life of Shakespeare's sister / Susan Stanford Friedman

15. 'Three guineas' and the politics of interruption / Jessica Berman

Part II: Approaching Woolf :

16. Virginia Woolf and the politics of class / Jean Mills

17. Woolf and the law / Ravit Reichman

18. Woolf and the natural sciences / Christina Alt

19. Digital Woolf / Mark Hussey

20. Woolf and crip theory / Madelyn Detloff

21. Woolf and the visual / Maggie Humm

22. Feminist Woolf / Pamela L. Caughie

23. Ecocritical Woolf / Bonnie Kime Scott

24. Woolf, war, violence, history, and... Peace / Sarah Cole

25. Queer Woolf / Melanie Micir

Part III: Woolf in the world

26. Woolf, Bloomsbury, and intimacy / Jesse Wolfe

27. Woolf, the Hogarth Press, and global print culture / Claire Batershill and Helen Southworth

28. Woolfs urban rhythms / Tamar Katz

29. Woolf and geography / Andrew Thacker

30. Woolf's spatial aesthetics and postcolonial critique / Nels Pearsono

31. Woolf in translation / Genevieve Brassard

32. Reading Woolf in India / Supriya Chaudhuri

3. Woolf in Hispanic countries: Buenos Aires and Madrid / Laura ma Lojo-Rodríguez

"A Companion to Virginia Woolf is a thorough examination of her life, work, and multiple contexts in 33 essays written by leading scholars in the field"--

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