WSA Volume 18
This volume includes four new articles which range from a consideration of the non-human in Woolf’s short fiction, to the aesthetic strategies of “On Being Ill,” economics in Between the Acts, and the networks extending from the Preface to Orlando. Additionally, we present Woolf’s thoughts on people who write in the margins of books. Over twenty reviews of new work on Woolf and modernism demonstrate the continuing richness of Woolf studies.
2012, Paper, 266 Pages