WSA Volume 5
The fifth volume of Woolf Studies Annual includes new essays on: art and iconography in To the Lighthouse (Jane de Gay): Vita Sackville-West's pastoral writings and Orlando (Suzan Bazargan); parody and coded humor in Jacob's Room and The Years (Catherine Nelson-McDermott); the three senses of humor in Jacob's Room (Sebastian D. G. Knowles); Woolf's exploration of homophobia in Between the Acts ( Annette Oxindine); Woolf's mysticism (Val Gough).
-- A detailed and up-to date guide to library special collections in the U.S. and England of interest to Woolf scholars.
-- Reviews of fifteen new works on Woolf, modernism, fascism, sapphism, Romanticism, essays, bibliography and more.
1999, Paper, 195 pages