WSA Volume 14

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Mónica Ayuso discusses the evocation of Woolf in the work of two contemporary writers of Spanish America; Heidi Stalla deepens the understanding of To the Lighthouse by explaining historical referents of an apparently minor character; Kaley Joyes explores trauma’s effects on subjectivity in Mrs. Dalloway, and Melissa Bagley examines the interplay between nature and nation in that novel; Patricia McManus argues for the limitations of Woolf’s political ideals; and Molly McQuade reflects on Woolf’s significance to her as a writer. Fourteen new books are reviewed.

ISBN: 0-944473-87-3
2008, Paper, 210 pages
Price: $40.00

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