1998 Conference: Virginia Woolf and Communities
Selected Papers from the Eighth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf
Edited By Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis
Virginia Woolf and Communities offers new insights on traditional Woolfian communities (such as Bloomsbury) as well as innovative alternative communities of writers, readers and artists. Among the keynote speakers are Tuzyline Allan, Rachel Bowlby, Marianne DeKoven and Vara Neverow. Featured highlights in this volume reproduce special conversations among artists on their communion with Woolf: discussion and critique of the film Paris Was A Woman, and the conversations that take place while reading and teaching Woolf. New voices address Woolf and technology, Woolf read through the lens of trauma theory, the impact of Woolf's work on Spanish-American women writers, and the letters Woolf received in response to Three Guineas. This volume continues the tradition of vibrant new creative work and scholarship on Woolf by artists, common readers, students and scholars from around the world.
1999, Paper,320 Pages