WSA Volume 10
Part Two of “Virginia Woolf and Literary History,” edited by Jane Lilienfeld, Lisa Low, and Jeffrey Oxford, continues the special issue published in volume 9 of Woolf Studies Annual. The eleven essays in this two-part special issue theorize new contexts and methods with which to reconsider Woolf’s historical analyses. Debates among the authors of these essays illustrate how contested and dynamic the understanding of literary history can be, an assumption central to Woolf’s re/vision of the terms “literature” and “history.” Additionally, volume 10 includes Hans Walter Gabler’s discussion of how one might edit To the Lighthouse, Edward L. Bishop on editing Jacob’s Room, and essays by Diane Gillespie, Birgit Spengler, and Carey Snyder.
2004, Paper, 420 pages