WSA Volume 11
In this volume, Melba Cuddy-Keane tracks down the story of John Farrelly, a young man who wrote a fan letter to Woolf in 1940 at a time when she felt there was “no echo” from her readership; Ann Martin explores the legacy of Woolf’s aunt, Lady Anny Ritchie; Ruth Hoberman, Angela Frattarola, and Helen Southworth each provide important new perspectives on Woolf’s later fiction, and Kathryn Simpson explains how the short story “Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street” engages with gift and market economies. Thirteen new books in modernist studies are reviewed.
2005, Paper, 230 Pages