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Virginia Woolf : CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES - Robin Majumdar

Virginia Woolf

CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES

By: Robin Majumdar (Editor), Allen McLaurin (Editor)

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Published: 6th March 1997
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One of the most outstandingly imaginative and creative novelists of the twentieth century. Co-founder of the 'Hogarth Press'. Writings include: "Jacob's Room, Mrs Dalloway, The Waves." Volume covers the period 1915-1941.

"Ably introduced by Caughie and building on a broad range of theoretical and cultural studie work by Diane Gillepsie, Brenda Silver, Gillian Beer, and others, the ten essays first pair Woolf and Walter Benjamin as beleaguered 'intellectuals in the marketplace' (p.1) and analysts of modern machine-age European culture. They then explore Woolf's conceptual and artistic-responses to sound, film, cinematic, telescopic, automotive, and photographic technologies, consider Woolf as subject and object of mass-market designs, and speculate on possible e-text metamorphoses of Woolf and reading."-"Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature

General Editor's Prefacep. v
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Introductionp. 1
Note on the Textp. 48
The Voyage Outp. 49
Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 49
Unsigned Review, Observerp. 50
Unsigned Review, Morning Postp. 51
Review, Daily News and Leaderp. 52
Review, New Statesmanp. 55
Review, Manchester Guardianp. 57
Unsigned Review, Athenaeump. 59
Unsigned Review, Nationp. 60
a Sharp Criticismp. 61
From an Unsigned Review, Spectatorp. 62
Lytton Strachey on the Unvictorian Aspect of the Voyage Outp. 64
Reply to Stracheyp. 65
Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 66
'Kew Gardens'p. 66
'Visions', Daily Newsp. 68
Roger Fry, an 'Unintentional Parody'p. 70
Night and Dayp. 72
Ford Madox Hueffer, 'Novel' and 'Romance', Piccadilly Reviewp. 72
Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 76
Katherine Mansfield, Review, Athenaeump. 79
from 'A Painter's Literature', English Reviewp. 82
Review, Bookman (New York)p. 85
Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 87
Monday or Tuesdayp. 87
'Affable Hawk', Review, New Statesmanp. 89
Unsigned Review, Dial (New York)p. 92
Jacob's Roomp. 93
Lytton Strachey on the Romantic Element in Jacob's Roomp. 93
Virginia Woolf, Reply to Lytton Stracheyp. 94
Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 95
Review, Daily Newsp. 98
Unsigned Review, Pall Mall Gazettep. 99
Review, New Statesmanp. 100
Review, Daily Telegraphp. 103
Review, Saturday Reviewp. 106
Unsigned Review, 'Dissolving Views', Yorkshire Postp. 107
Unsigned Review, New Agep. 108
on the Impasse of Prose Fictionp. 109
'Underneath the Paint in Jacob's Room', Nation (New York)p. 110
'Is the Novel Decaying?', Cassell's Weeklyp. 112
'Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown'p. 115
Virginia Woolf, 'Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown' (First Version), Nation and Athenaeump. 115
'the Successors of Charles Dickens', Nation and Athenaeump. 120
'First Catch Your Hare', Nation and Athenaeump. 124
'Character in Fiction'p. 130
from a Review, Bookman (New York)p. 130
'Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown'p. 133
from a Review, Nation and Athenaeump. 133
Review, Criterion January 1925, 326-9p. 134
Clive Bell on Virginia Woolf's Painterly Vision, Dialp. 138
The Common Reader (First Series)p. 148
From an Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 148
Initialled Review, 'the Art of Virginia Woolf', Manchester Guardianp. 151
Initialled Review, Calendarp. 153
from a Review, Criterionp. 156
Mrs Dallowayp. 158
'A Day in London Life', Saturday Review of Literature (New York)p. 158
Unsigned Review, 'A Novelist's Experiment', Times Literary Supplementp. 160
from a Review, Saturday Reviewp. 163
from a Review, New Statesmanp. 165
'You Have Not Yet Mastered Your Method'p. 168
Review, Calendar of Modern Lettersp. 169
a Survey of Virginia Woolf's Workp. 171
Virginia Woolf, Nation and Athenaeump. 178
Dudley Carew on Virginia Woolf's Characterisation, London Mercuryp. 185
'the Stream of Consciousness Novel', Atlantic Monthlyp. 187
from 'Another Criticism of the New School', Evening Standardp. 189
'Places' Virginia Woolf for French Readersp. 191
To the Lighthousep. 193
From an Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 193
from a Review, New York Timesp. 195
Review, Spectatorp. 198
Review, Evening Standardp. 200
Review, Monthly Criterionp. 201
'the Novel as Work of Art', Dial (Chicago)p. 205
Review, Nation and Athenaeump. 209
on Virginia Woolf and Sternep. 210
from 'An Interview with Virginia Woolf, Les Nouvelles Littérairesp. 212
from a Review, Revue Anglo-Americaine (Paris)p. 214
Orlandop. 222
Review, Sunday Timesp. 222
'Prose-De-Société', Observerp. 227
from a Review, New York Timesp. 230
Arnold Bennett on Virginia Woolfp. 232
Review, Dial (Chicago)p. 234
Initialled Review, Yale Reviewp. 237
from 'Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey', Bookman (New York)p. 238
from 'the Georgian Novel and Mr Robinson', Bookman (New York)p. 244
From the Voyage Out to Orlando: Two French Surveysp. 246
From an Unsigned Review, 'Women and Books', Times Literary Supplementp. 255
A Room of One's Ownp. 255
from a Review, Listenerp. 257
from 'Queen of the High-Brows', Evening Standardp. 258
from 'Virginia Woolf and the She-Condition', Sewanee Reviewp. 260
The Wavesp. 263
Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 263
Review, Actionp. 266
Review, Evening Newsp. 267
Review, New Statesman and Nationp. 268
'Your Book is a Poem', from a Letter to Virginia Woolfp. 271
from a Review, Week-End Reviewp. 272
New York Times Book Reviewp. 273
Review, Fortnightly Reviewp. 276
Two Opposing American Viewsp. 278
Unsigned Review, San Francisco Chroniclep. 283
Review, Nation (New York)p. 284
Review, Bookman (New York)p. 286
Review, Nouvelle Revue Française (Paris)p. 294
Floris Delattre on Virginia Woolf and Bergsonp. 299
Two Scrutiniesp. 301
William Troy on Virginia Woolf's Poetic Methodp. 314
Virginia Woolf in Italyp. 316
from a Review-Article, Nineteenth Centuryp. 320
Flushp. 320
Maud Bodkin on Archetypal Patterns in Virginia Woolf's Workp. 324
An Enemy: Wyndham Lewisp. 330
The Artist and Politicsp. 342
'On the Whole Creatively Unimportant'p. 356
'Feminine Fiction': Two Contrasting Viewsp. 359
The Yearsp. 367
from a Review, Time and Tidep. 367
From an Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 368
Review, Observerp. 371
Review, Evening Standardp. 376
Review, John O'London's Weeklyp. 379
Review, New Statesman and Nationp. 382
Review, Listenerp. 386
Review, English Reviewp. 388
from a Review, New York Timesp. 389
Review, Nation (New York)p. 392
Review, Scrutinyp. 395
From an Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 400
Three Guineasp. 400
from a Review, Time and Tidep. 402
from a Review, Observerp. 403
from a Review, New Statesman and Nationp. 405
Review, Spectatorp. 406
Review, Scrutinyp. 409
Review, Spectatorp. 420
Roger Fryp. 420
Review, New Statesman and Nationp. 423
Obituary Noticesp. 426
Stephen Spender, Listenerp. 426
T. S. Eliot, Horizonp. 429
Hugh Walpole, in New Statesman and Nationp. 432
Between the Actsp. 436
Review, Spectatorp. 436
From an Unsigned Review, Times Literary Supplementp. 438
Review, Observerp. 442
Review, Listenerp. 443
from a Review, New York Timesp. 446
Review, New Republic (New York)p. 447
Review, Nation (New York)p. 450
Review Article, Nineteenth Centuryp. 452
Select Bibliographyp. 461
Indexp. 463
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ISBN: 9780415159142
ISBN-10: 0415159148
Series: CRITICAL HERITAGE SERIES
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 484
Published: 6th March 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 0.73
Edition Number: 1