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  • Virginia Woolf and Communities: Selected Papers from the 8th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf
  • Written by author Jeanette McVicker
  • Published by Pace University Press, June 1999
  • Thirty-five papers selected from the 1998 conference analyze and re-explore communities of which Virginia Woolf was a part -- for example, Female Modernists, artists, lesbian and gay, communities formed by letter writing, British, and pacifist. Highlights
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Thirty-five papers selected from the 1998 conference analyze and re-explore communities of which Virginia Woolf was a part -- for example, Female Modernists, artists, lesbian and gay, communities formed by letter writing, British, and pacifist. Highlights include artists' conversations (reproduced) on their communion with Woolf, discussion and critique of the film Paris Was a Woman, and thoughts on the conversations that take place while reading and teaching Woolf; Woolf and technology; the letters she received in response to Three Guineas; Woolf through the lens of trauma theory; and the impact of her work on Spanish-American women writers.

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Thirty-five papers selected from the 1998 conference analyze and re-explore communities of which Virginia Woolf was a part<-->for example, Female Modernists, artists, lesbian and gay, communities formed by letter writing, British, and pacifist. Highlights include artists' conversations (reproduced) on their communion with Woolf, discussion and critique of the film , and thoughts on the conversations that take place while reading and teaching Woolf; Woolf and technology; the letters she received in response to ; Woolf through the lens of trauma theory; and the impact of her work on Spanish-American women writers. Lacks an index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)


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