Contradictory Woolf

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Derek Ryan, Stella Bolaki
Oxford University Press, Jun 1, 2012 - Literary Criticism - 326 pages
"Edited collection from acclaimed contemporary Woolf scholars, exploring the theme of contradiction in Virginia Woolf's writing."
 

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Contents

ButI had said but too often Why but?
1
Woolf Context and Contradiction
11
Did I not banish the soul? Thinking Otherwise Woolfwise
23
The Plays The Thing BUT We Are The Thing Itself Prologue Performance and Painting A Multimedia Exploration of Woolf s Work in the Late 193...
43
Scenes from a Colonial Childhood
57
Bloomsbury and the Contradictions of African Art
66
Virginia Woolfs Writings on Art
74
Roger Fry and the Contradictions of Biography
82
Please Help Me Virginia Woolf Viola Tree and the Hogarth Press
173
Socialism Advocacy and Disgust in Woolfs Economic Writing
181
Woolfs Contradictory Relationship to the Marketplace
186
The Question of the Fourth Dimension
194
Signifying Opposition
202
Virginia Woolf and Annotating
209
Observe Observe Perpetually Montaigne Virginia Woolf and the Patron au Dedans
215
Whos Behind the Curtain? Virginia Woolf Nurse Lugtons Golden Thimble and the Anxiety of Authorship
222

Addressing Community in The Years and Three Guineas
88
The Artist and the Event of the NeoBaroque
96
Woolfs Contradictory Thinking
101
Neuroscience and Woolf
108
Virginia Woolfs Aesthetics and Contemporary Illness Narratives
115
Dancing To The Lighthouse
122
Virginia Woolf Clothing and Contradiction
129
The Truth and Consequences of Unintended Pregnancies an Calculated CrossDressing
134
Lacanian Orlando
142
The Bispecies Environment Coevolution and Flush
150
Virginia Woolfs Flush
158
Crossing the Country and the City in Woolf
166
Virginia Woolf and the Russian Oxymoron
229
Jorge Luis Borges Translation of Virginia Woolfs Orlando
243
Travel Films projected into the shape of Orlando
250
Travesty in Woolf and Proust
259
Woolf Yeats and the Making of Spilt Milk
265
Virginia Woolfs Rhetoric of Genres
271
Night and Day and the Defence of the Realm Act
278
A Chapter on the Future
285
Duncan Grant
291
Notes on Contributors
294
Conference Program
299
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Dr Derek Ryan is Lecturer in Modernist Literature in the School of English at the University of Kent.

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