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Clara Jones shares her discovery in the Morgan Library of Woolf’s “random rollicking” sketch of a cook; Ella Ophir explores the notebooks of a woman living alone in London as the significant progeny of A Room of One’s Own; David Bradshaw provides yet more evidence of Woolf’s extraordinary immersion in the everyday and the political resonances of ordinary life in her fiction; and Rod Taylor argues that Woolf’s critical pedagogy can play a vital role in our classrooms today.


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The Journal of Beat Studies is devoted exclusively to the scholarly criticism of Beat Generation writing and writers. Its mandate is to provide readers with intelligent and penetrating criticism across the range of Beat writing,including fiction, poetry, drama, autobiography, life writing, travel writing, and screenplay writing. The ultimate goal of the journal is to advance the quality of Beat Studies scholarship through application of diverse critical perspectives that address Beat production as both complex art and cultural critique.
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The annual Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of the Manuscripts and Printing History is published by Pace University Press. The greater part of each volume is devoted to four or five substantial essays on the history of the book, with emphasis on the period of transition from manuscript to print. The main focus is on English and Continental works produced from 1350 to 1550. In addition, the journal includes brief notes on manuscripts and early printed books, descriptive reviews of recent works in the field, and notes on libraries and collections.

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