WSA Volume 20

 

    

Clara Jones shares her discovery in the Morgan Library of Woolf’s “random rollicking” sketch of a cook; Ella Ophir explores the notebooks of a woman living alone in London as the significant progeny of A Room of One’s Own; David Bradshaw provides yet more evidence of Woolf’s extraordinary immersion in the everyday and the political resonances of ordinary life in her fiction; and Rod Taylor argues that Woolf’s critical pedagogy can play a vital role in our classrooms today.

More than twenty books reviewed and a thoroughly updated Guide to Library Special Collections of interest to those working on Woolf complete this volume.

 


ISBN: 978-1-935625-16-2
ISSN: 1080-9317
2014, Paper.
 
Discounted Price: $32.00
Until April 15, 2014
 

 

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