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ISBN-13: 9780979606618
Publisher: Clemson University Press
Publication date: 07/15/2018
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

Table of Contents

Ruth Gruber • Forward vi

Anna Burrells, Steve Ellis, Deborah Parsons, Kathryn Simpson • Introduction ix

Suzanne Bellamy • Textual Archeology: An Australian Study of Virginia Woolf in 1942 1

Amber K. Regis • “From all this diversity…not a riot of confusion but a richer unity”: The

Limits of Self-Representation in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography 8

Deborah Gerrard • Brown-ness, Trees, Rose Petals, and Chrysalises: The Influence of

Edward Carpenter’s Mystical Evolutionary Socialism on the Writing of Virginia

Woolf, with Particular Reference to The Years 15

Katie Macnamara • Mapping Woolf’s Montaignian Modernism 22

Jim Stewart • Woolf and Andrew Marvell: The Gendering of Modernism 30

Ben Clarke • “But the barrier is impassable”: Virginia Woolf and Class 36

Helen Southworth • “Outside the magic (and tyrannical) triangle of London-Oxford-

Cambridge”: John Hampson, The Woolfs, and the Hogarth Press 43

Lara Feigel • Buggery and Montage: Birmingham and Bloomsbury in the 1930s 51

Alyda Faber • “The shock of love” and the Visibility of “indecent” Pain: Reading the

Woolf-Raverat Correspondence 58

Susan Reid • Killing the Angel in the House: Virginia Woolf, D. H. Lawrence, and the

Boundaries of Sex and Gender 65

Randi Synnøve Koppen • Real Bodies and the Psychology of Clothes: Three Guineas

and the Limits of Sartorial Reasoning 72

Ian Blyth • Woolf, Rooks, and Rural England 80

Richard Espley • Woolf and the Others at the Zoo 86

Christina Alt • Pests and Pesticides: Exploring the Boundaries of Woolf’s Environmentalism 93

Jane Goldman • “Ce chien est à moi”: Virginia Woolf and the Signifying Dog 100

Bonnie Kime Scott • Virginia Woolf, Ecofeminism, and Breaking Boundaries in Nature 108

Emily Kopley • Woolf’s Transformation of Providential Form in Mrs. Dalloway 116

Thaine Stearns • Pilfering Modernism’s Image: Woolf and Those Other Londoners 121

Ben Harvey • Borderline Personalities: Woolf Reviews Kapp 127

Elizabeth Wright • Performing the Self: Woolf as Actress and Audience 138

Wendy Parkins • “Whose face was it?”: Nicole Kidman, Virginia Woolf, and the

Boundaries of Feminine Celebrity 144

Maggie Humm • “Memory Holes” or “Heterotopias”?: The Bloomsbury Photographs 150

Tara Surry • “Over the boundary”: Virginia Woolf as Common Seer 157

Elisa Kay Sparks • “The evening under lamplight…with the photograph album”: To

the Lighthouse as Family Scrapbook 164

Melba Cuddy-Keane • Afterword: Inside and Outside the Covers: Beginnings, Endings,

and Woolf’s Non-Coercive Ethical Texts 172

Notes on Contributors 181

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