Virginia Woolf : Critical and Primary Sources

4-volume set  1152 pages

Ed. by Vara S. Neverow, Jeanne Dubino, Gill Lowe and Kathryn Simpson

Bloomsbury, 2020:06  9781474279802   ¥98,000 



Volume 1: 1975-1984
1. “To Crush Him in Our Own Country”: The Political Thought of Virginia Woolf, Berenice Carroll
2. The Whole Contention of Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown, Revisited, Beth Daugherty
3. Lighting the Cave: The Relationship Between Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, Louise DeSalvo
4. The Voyage Out, Avrom Fleishman
5. Virginia Woolf and the Art of Madness, Susan M. Kenney and Edwin J. Kenney, Jr.
6. Jacob's Room as Comedy: Woolf's Parodic Bildungsroman, Judy Little
7. 'Combining “The Advantages of Fact and Fiction”: Virginia Woolf's Biographies of Vita Sackville West, Flush and Roger Fry', Thomas S. W. Lewis
8. Gallant Red Brick and Plain China: Teaching A Room of One's Own, Martha McClintock Folsom
9. Mrs. Dalloway: The Repetition as the Raising of the Dead, J. Hillis Miller
10. Nature and History in The Years, James Naremore
11. Tradition and Revision: The Classic City Novel and Virginia Woolf's Night and Day, Susan Squier
12. Spatial Form and Color in The Waves, Jack F. Stewart
13. The Celebration of Eros: Greek Concepts of Love and Beauty in To The Lighthouse, Jean Wyatt
14. Between the Acts and the Coming of War, Alex Zwerdling
Volume 2: 1985-1994
1. “Cam the Wicked”: Woolf's Portrait of the Artist as Her Father's Daughter, Elizabeth Abel
2. The Island and the Aeroplane: The Case of Virginia Woolf, Gillian Beer
3. The Subject in Jacob's Room, Edward Bishop
4. Flush and the Literary Canon: The Value of Popular Appeal, Pamela L. Caughie
5. 'Virginia Woolf and the Imperial Gaze: A Glance Askance, Michelle Cliff
6. The Politics of Comic Modes in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts, Melba Cuddy-Keane
7. Ideology into Fiction: Virginia Woolf's ”A Sketch of the Past”, Emily Dalgarno
8. “What Fools We Were!” Virginia Woolf's “A Society”, Susan Dick
9. 'The Years: Incest, Erasure, and The Years', David Eberly
10. A Room of One's Own, Personal Criticism, and the Essay, Anne Fernald
11. Disfigured Figures: Virginia Woolf's Disabled List, David Galef
12. The Midday Topos in Mrs. Dalloway, Molly Hoff
13. Refractions of Desire: The Early Fiction of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, Mark Hussey
14. The Whole Achievement in Virginia Woolf's The Common Reader, Georgia Johnston
15. 'If I Saw You Would You Kiss Me?' Sapphism and the Subversiveness of Virginia Woolf's Orlando, Sherron E. Knopp
16. 'And Darwin says they are nearer the cow': Evolutionary Discourse in Melymbrosia and The Voyage Out, Elizabeth G. Lambert
17. Britannia Rules The Waves, Jane Marcus
18. Through Formalism: Feminism and Virginia Woolf's Relation to Bloomsbury Aesthetics, Christopher Reed
19. Introduction, Lucio P. Ruotolo
20. The Word Split Its Husk: Woolf's Double Vision of Modernist Language, Bonnie Kime Scott
Volume 3: 1995-2004
1. Exposing the Nerves of Language: Virginia Woolf, Charles Mauron, and the Affinity Between Aesthetics and Illness, Kimberly Engdahl Coates
2. Virginia Woolf in the Pay of Booksellers: Commerce, Privacy, Professionalism, Orlando, Patrick Collier
3. Reading Uncommonly: Virginia Woolf and the Practice of Reading, Kate Flint
4. Virginia Woolf and Post-Impressionism: French Art, English Theory, and Feminist Practice, Jane Goldman
5. Virginia Woolf in the House of Love: Compulsory Heterosexuality in The Years, Clare Hanson
6. The Ethics of Indecency: Censorship, Sexuality, and the Voice of the Academy in the Narration of Jacob's Room, Susan C. Harris
7. From Edward Hubble's Telescope to Virginia Woolf's “Searchlight”, Holly Henry
8. Revisiting Woolf's Representations of Androgyny: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Nation, Karen Kaivola
9. Modernism, Subjectivity, and Narrative Form: Abstraction in The Waves, Tamar Katz
10. The Jew in the Bath: Imperiled Imagination in Woolf's The Years, Maren Linett
11. Links into Fences: The Subtext of Class Division in Mrs. Dalloway, Natalia Rosenfeld
12. Locating a Native Englishness in Virginia Woolf's “The London Scene”, Sonita Sarker
13. Virginia Woolf's Poetics of Space: “The Lady in the Looking-Glass: A Reflection”, Tracy Seeley
14. Of Fanciers, Footnotes, and Fascism: Virginia Woolf's Flush, Anna Snaith
15. Name that Face, Alice Staveley
16. Virginia Woolf and the Flesh of the World, Louise Westling
17. Woolf, Postcards, and the Elision of Race: Colonizing Women in The Voyage Out, Mark Wollaeger
Volume 4: 2005-2014
1. Virginia Woolf and Changing Conceptions of Nature, Christina Alt
2. “Wretched Sparrows”: Protectionists, Suffragettes and the Irish, David Bradshaw
3. The Conversation Behind the Conversation: Speaking the Unspeakable in Virginia Woolf, Julia Briggs
4. The Ethics and Aesthetics of Healing: Woolf, Medicine and Professionalization, Evelyn T. Chan
5. Virginia Woolf's Feminist Historiography in Orlando, Jane De Gay
6. “Myself”- It Was Impossible: Queering History in Between the Acts, Erica Delsandro
7. Woolf's Exploration of 'the Outer and the Inner': a Spatial Analysis of The Years, Elizabeth F. Evans
8. Writing Was Her Fighting: Three Guineas as a Pacifist Response to Total War, Ashley Foster
9. The Death of Jacob Flanders: Greek Illusion and Modern War in Jacob's Room, Christine Froula
10. 'Bushmen and Blackface: Bloomsbury and Race', Gretchen Gerzina
11. Modernist Life Writing and Nonhuman Lives: Ecologies of Experience in Virginia Woolf's Flush, David Herman
12. “Memory Holes” or “Heterotopias”: The Bloomsbury Photographs, Maggie Humm
13. Virginia Woolf and Poor Women, Alison Light
14. “In the Circle of the Lens”: Woolf's “Telescope” Story, Scene-making and Memory, Laura Marcus
15. Boredom and Individualism in Virginia Woolf's The Voyage Out, Allison Pease
16. Woolf's Short Stories as a Paradoxical and Dynamic Space, Christine Reynier
17. “I Meant Nothing by the Lighthouse”: Virginia Woolf's Poetics of Negation, Roberta Rubenstein
18. “Nature, Who Has Played So Many Queer Tricks Upon Us”: Digging Granite and Chasing Rainbows with Virginia Woolf, Derek Ryan
19. “Here Again is the Usual Door”: the Modernity of Virginia Woolf's “Street Haunting”, Randi Saloman
20. A Hogarth Press Timeline, Helen Southworth
21. Shell Shock and Hysterical Fugue, or Why Mrs Dalloway Likes Bach, Emma Sutton
22. Meals and Mourning in Woolf's The Waves, Janine Utell
23. The Hogarth Press, Digital Humanities, and Collaboration: Introducing the Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP), Nicola Wilson and MAPP