Bibliography of Woolf Studies Published in 2000

The following is a compilation ofscholarship on Virginia Woolf published in 2000. My sources includevarious electronic databases plus information provided by friendsof Woolf everywhere. I make no claims to be exhaustive, but Ido try to be comprehensive. (Apologies for the lack of consistencyin accent marks; the whimsies of electronic reproduction are toblame.) If you have items to add, or corrections to offer, pleasesend them to me at afernald@depauw.eduor 8679 East State Road 240, Fillmore, IN 46128.

--AnneFernald, historian/bibliographer, International Virginia Woolf Society

Bibliographies from 1996,1997, 19981999 and 2001are also available.  And check out the "passingglances" as well!

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Special issuesor volumes

Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 6, edited by Mark Husseyfor Pace UP is a special issue prepared by Anna Snaith. In additionto her essay on the letters Woolf received in response to ThreeGuineas Snaith reprints those letters (housed at Sussex University),with preface and thorough editorial apparatus.

The Virginia Woolf Miscellany no 55 (Spring 2000), editedby Mark Hussey, is indexed below.

Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries Selected Papers fromthe Ninth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf edited by AnnL. Ardis and Bonnie Kime Scott is out from Pace UP. Individualessays are indexed below by author's name under the shortenedtitle Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.

The Virginia Woolf Bulletin of the Virginia Woolf Societyof Great Britain nos. 3, 4, and 5 are out. Individual entriesare indexed below.

Otheritems of special note

Francis Watson's Agape, eros, gender : towards a Paulinesexual ethic (Cambridge. 2000) includes a chapter on Woolfand the Bible.

Michael Cunningham has written the introduction to a new editionof The Voyage Out. An excerpt was posted on salon.com:Cunninghamintro.

Vintage publishing in England asked Jeanette Winterson to commissiona series of introductions. She discussed her decision to paira writer and a scholar with each novel in a satisfyingly pricklyessay in the (London) Times on May 25, 2000 (indexed below).To the Lighthouse, Orlando and The Wavesare available in England now. The remaining titles will be publishedthere in June and July. Here is a complete list of the authorsof these new introductions:

Anne Carson's new book of poems, Men in the Off Hoursbegins with an essay linking Thucydides and Virginia Woolf, apairing she revisits in the sequence "TV Men." Carson'sbook is indexed below as is Kate Moses's review of it.

The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain offered the firstAnnual Virginia Woolf Birthday Lecture on January 25, 2000. Thelecture, "Wave, Atom, Dinosaur: Woolf's Science" byGillian Beer, was delivered in the Leslie Stephen Room of TrinityHall, Cambridge. In addition, the society is publishing 400 copiesof the lecture. Interested purchasers should contact Stephen Barkway,106 Gloucester Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT1 3QN. Thelecture is indexed below.

The Bloomsbury Heritage Series, edited by Jean Moorcroft Wilsonfor Cecil Woolf Publishers, has published 3 monographs in 2000(indexed below):

For information on how to purchase these, write Cecil WoolfPublishers, 1 Mornington Place, London NW1 7RP; telephone/facsimile,0171 387 2394.

The TLS published five previously unpublished Woolfletters in its March 3 issue. Hermione Lee provided pithy prefatorycomments. (Indexed below in "Articles" [under Lee] aswell as "New publications of texts by Virginia Woolf.")

In the Virginia Woolf Miscellany, no. 55, B. J. Kirkpatricknotes a newly discovered article by Woolf: a review of CharlotteLorrimer's The Call of the East which appeared in the TLS.131(April 26, 1907).

BBC Radio 4 aired a two-part radio dramatisation (by EileenAtkins) of To the Lighthouse with Vanessa Redgrave as MrsRamsay at 3 pm 26 March and 2 April, 2000.

The PEN America Center of New York hosted an evening of readingsfrom and about Woolf's work. Participants included Maureen Howardand Michael Cunningham.

Krystyna Colburn organized and exhibition on the Boston campusof the University of Massachusetts, "Virginia Woolf. . .The Evolving Word."

Yale Center for British Art exhibited Bloomsbury materialsfrom its own collection and elsewhere this spring. backto top

Books and pamphlets

Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. eds. Virginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries Selected Papers from the Ninth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Banfield, Ann. The Phantom Table: Woolf, Fry, Russell andthe Epistemology of Modernism. New York: Cambridge UP, 2000.

Beer, Gillian. Wave, Atom Dinosaur: Woolf's Science.(The first Annual Virginia Woolf Birthday Lecture). London: VirginiaWoolf Society of Great Britain, 2000.

Bond, Alma. Who Killed Virginia Woolf? A Psychobiography.IUniverse.com, 2000 [reprint].

Carson, Anne. Men in the Off Hours. New York: Knopf,2000 (poetry and an essay).

Caughie, Pamela L. Virginia Woolf in the Age of MechanicalReproduction. New York: Garland, 2000,

Coates, Irene. Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf? A Case forthe Sanity of Virginia Woolf. NY: Soho, 2000.

Gagne, Laurie Brands. The Uses of Darkness: Women's UnderworldJourneys, Ancient, and Modern. Notre Dame: U of Notre DameP, 2000.

Gualtieri, Elena. Virginia Woolf's Essays: Sketching thePast. New York: Saint Martin's, 2000.

Hansen, Carol. The Life and Death of Asham: Leonard andVirginia Woolf's Haunted House. London: Cecil Woolf [BloomsburyHeritage], 2000.

Hanson, Clare. Hysterical fictions: the 'woman's novel'in the twentieth century. Macmillan, UK/St. Martin's. 2000

Harris, Andrea L. Other Sexes: Rewriting Difference fromWoolf to Winterson. Albany: State U of New York P, 2000.

Isaac, Alan. Virginia Woolf, the Uncommon Bookbinder.London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 2000.

Joannou, Maroula, ed. Women writers of the 1930s: gender,politics and history. Edinburgh. 2000.

Leaska, Mitchell A. Granite and rainbow: the Hidden Lifeof Virginia Woolf. London: Picador, 2000.

Malin, Jo. The voice of the mother : embedded maternal narrativesin twentieth century women's autobiographies. Carbondale:Southern Illinois UP, 2000.

Marder, Herbert. The Measure of Life: Virginia Woolf's LastYears. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2000.

Navales, Ana Maria. La lady y su abanico: Acercamiento ala literatura femenina del s.XX: De Virginia Woolf a Mary MacCarthy.Madrid: SIAL Ediciones, 2000.

Nicolson, Nigel. Virginia Woolf. New York: Penguin,2000.

Peach, Linden. Virginia Woolf. New York: St. Martin's,2000.

Peck, Cornelius. A Hidden Muse: Twentieth Century Studiesin Literature in English. Bridgewater, NJ: Replica 2000. (Includesthree chapters on Woolf.)

Phillips, Gyllian. "'She Was No Scholar': Placing Mrs.Browning." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Podnieks, Elizabeth. Daily Modernism: The Literary Diariesof Virginia Woolf, Antonia White, Elizabeth Smart and AnaïsNin. Indianapolis: Macmillan, 2000.

Rado, Lisa. The Modern Androgyne Imagination: A Failed Sublime.Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 2000. (includes a chapter onWoolf)

Ramulu, G. Sree. Voyage into Consciousness, The Fictionof Anita Desai &Virginia Woolf. USA: Sterling Publishers,2000.

Richards, Constance S.. On the Winds and Waves of Imagination:Transnational Feminism and Literature. New York, NY : Garland,2000.

Richards, Constance S. Transnational Feminism and Literature:Studies in Woolf, Wicomb and Walker. New York: Garland, 2000.

Richardson, Susan. Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath--Twoof Me Now: a Poetic Drama. London: Cecil Woolf [BloomsburyHeritage], 2000.

Roe, Sue, and Susan Sellers. eds. The Cambridge Companionto Virginia Woolf. New York: Cambridge UP, 2000. (Individualcontributions indexed below.)

Rosenfeld, Natania. Outsiders Together: Virginia and LeonardWoolf. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2000.

Snaith, Anna. Virginia Woolf: Public and Private Negotiations.New York: Saint Martin's, 2000.

Summer, Rosemary. A Route to Modernism: Hardy, Lawrence,Woolf. NY: St. Martin's, 2000.

Taylor, Brian H. Writing from Experience: from Louisa M.Alcott to Virginia Woolf. London: Robert Hale, 2000.

Vanfleteren, Gerda and Julien Vermeulen, eds. Drie BritiseDames: Ethel Smyth, Virginia Woolf, Barbara Hepworth, SpecialIssue of Vlaanderen, Tielt (Belgium): Lannoo,November-December2000.

Webb, Ruth. Virginia Woolf. New York. Oxford UP, 2000.(Published in England as part of The British Library Writers'Lives series.)

Williams, Lisa. The artist as outsider in the novels ofToni Morrison and Virginia Woolf. NY: Greenwood, 2000.

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Multimedia

On February 28, 2000, The New Republic Online postedWoolf's essay "TheMovies and Reality," originally printed in the paperversion of that magazine, August 4, 1926.

Blechman, R.O. "Shakespeare's Sister." [cartoon]New York Times Book Review. 149. 51332 (Mar 19, 2000):31. Presents a cartoon, dedicated to Virginia Woolf, which focuseson the sister of William Shakespeare, her quest to express herthoughts and feelings, and her death.

The New York Times has included an archive of all its publishedreviews of Woolf's work and work about Woolf on its "FeaturedAuthors" Page. FeaturedAuthor Virginia Woolf

Translations

Lee, Hermione. Virginia Woolf, ou, L'aventure interieure.Trans. Laurent Bury. Paris: Autrement, 2000.

Woolf, Virginia. Tzu chi ti fang chien. [Chinese translationof A Room of One's Own.] T`ai-pei shih: T`ien p`ei wenhua yu hsien kung ssu, 2000.

Journalarticles, book chapters, and notes

[Anon] . Coda (The condition of women through war time photographyand Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own). Museum News. 79.2 (Mar-Apr2000): 80.

Abrams, Rebecca. "The female gaze: ten important Britishnovels of the century." New Statesman. 129.4468 (Jan.10, 2000): 59.

Aleksiuk, Natasha. 'A Thousand Angles': Photographic Ironyin the Work of Julia Margaret. Cameron and Virginia Woolf. Mosaic:A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature, 33.2(2000) 125-42..

Alexander, Sally. "Room of one's own: 1920s feminist utopias."Women: a cultural review. 11.3 (Winter 2000) 273-88.

Ardis, Ann and Bonnie Kime Scott. "Introduction."In Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Ayuso, Monica. "Remote Inscriptions: To the Lighthouseand The Waves in Julieta Campos' Caribbean." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Ballmaier, Arlene. "A Visit to Highgate Two Years Ago."Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 53-7.

Banfield, Ann. "Tragic time: the problem of the futurein Cambridge philosophy and To the Lighthouse." Modernism/Modernity.7.1 (Jan 2000): 43-75.

Barkway, Stephen. "Virginia Woolf Today." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 42-6. (a collection of "passingglances" from the British press)

Barkway, Stephen. "Virginia Woolf Today." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 45-47. (A collection of "passingglances").

Barkway, Stephen. "First Annual Virginia Woolf BirthdayLecture." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 79.(A report on the 2000 lecture by Gillian Beer.)

Barkway,Stephen. "The Virginia Woolf Society of GreatBritain." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000)5-6.

Barnaby, Edward. "Visualizing the Spectacle: Woolf's MetahistoryLesson in Between the Acts." InVirginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott.Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Barrett, Eileen. "Response." InVirginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott.Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Bellamy, Suzanne. "'Painting the Words': A Version ofLily Briscoe's Paintings from To the Lighthouse."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Benzel, Kathryn N.. "Woolf's Early Experimentation withConsciousness: 'Kew Gardens': Typescript to Publication, 1917-1919."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Bloomfield, Mark A. "'A Kind Old Walrus' (Arnold Bennett)."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 27-34.

Boebel, Charles. "From: Orlando Ever After: A DramaticSpeculation." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Boehmer, Elleke. "'Immeasurable Strangeness' in ImperialTimes: Leonard Woolf and W. B. Yeats." IN Modernism and Empire.Eds. Howard J. Booth and Nigel Rigby. Manchester, England : ManchesterUP, 2000. 93-111.

Booth, A. "The scent of a narrative: Rank discourse inFlush and Written on the Body." Narrative.8.1 (Jan 2000): 3-22.

Booth, Alison. "Those Well-Lit Corridors of History."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Bradshaw, David. "The Socio Political Vision of the Novels."In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. SueRoe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000.191-208.

Briggs, Julia. "In Search of New Virginias." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Briggs, Julia. "The Novels of the 1930s and the Impactof History." In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf.Eds. Sue Roe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : CambridgeUP, 2000. 72-90.

Carter, Françoise. "The Waves and Virginia Woolf’sAnti-imperialism." Virginia Woolf Review 17 (2000):49-68.

Caughie, Pamela L. "Introduction." In VirginiaWoolf in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie,xix-xxxvi. New York: Garland, 2000.

Caughie, Pamela L. "Virginia Woolf in the Age of MechanicalReproduction." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Chamberlain, Kathy. "Talking with Quentin." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 39-43.

Chapman, Wayne K.. "Leonard Woolf, Cambridge, and theArt of the English Essay." InVirginia Woolf: Turning theCenturies. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York:Pace UP, 2000.

Clarke, Stuart N. "Editorial." Virginia WoolfBulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 3.

Clarke, Stuart N. "Editorial." Virginia WoolfBulletin 4 (May 2000): 3.

Clarke, Stuart N. "Editorial." Virginia WoolfBulletin. 5 (September 2000) 3.

Clarke, Stuart N. "Virginia Woolf's Broadcasts and herRecorded Voice." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):17-19.

Clarke, Stuart N. "Vita & Virginia at the BLT."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 77-8. (A report onthe Bromley Little Theatre's production of Vita & Virginia.)

Collier, Patrick. "Woolf, Privacy, and the Press."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Cramer, Patricia. "Response." InVirginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott.Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba. "'A Standard of One's Own': VirginiaWoolf and the Question of Literary Value." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba. "Virginia Woolf, Sound Technologies,and the New Aurality." In Virginia Woolf in the Age ofMechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 69-96. New York:Garland, 2000.

Cunningham, Michael. "Virginia Woolf: The quiet revolutionary."Salon[online]. June 22, 2000.

Curtis, Vanessa (formerly Channer). "Virginia in Cornwall."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 72-5.

Curtis, Vanessa. "Bloomsbury Art and Design (BloomsburyWorkshop)." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):73.

Curtis, Vanessa. "The Art of Bloomsbury (Tate)."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 68-9. (a note onthe exhibition)

Curtis, Vanessa. "The Restoration of the Stephen Gravesin 2000." Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000)48-52.

Dane, Gabrielle. "Thinking Back through Her Fathers: VirginiaWoolf and Edward Gibbon." InVirginia Woolf: Turning theCenturies. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York:Pace UP, 2000.

DeGay, Jane. "An Unfinished Story: The Freshwater Draftsof 'The Searchlight'." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Dell, Marion. "Returning to St Ives: Virginia Woolf andCornwall." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 34-36.

DiBattista, Maria. "Virginia Woolf and the Language ofAuthorship." In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf.Eds. Sue Roe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : CambridgeUP, 2000. 127-45.

Dick, Susan. "Literary Realism in Mrs. Dalloway,To the Lighthouse, Orlando and The Waves."In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. SueRoe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000.50-71.

Dunn, June Elizabeth. "'Beauty Shines on Two Dogs DoingWhat Two Women Must not Do':. Puppy Love, Same-Sex Desire andHomosexual Coding in Woolf." InVirginia Woolf: Turningthe Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. NewYork: Pace UP, 2000.

Eberly, David. "Semicolons and Safety Pins." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Epes, Isota Tucker. "The Liberation of Lily Briscoe."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Ewbank, Linda. "Dwelling: a Poem." Virginia WoolfBulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 48-9.

Féray, Jean-Claude. "Virginia Woolf's BengaleseAncestor." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 37-38.

Forbes, Shannon. "'When sometimes she imagined herselflike her mother': the contrasting. responses of Cam and Mrs. Ramsayto the role of the angel in the house." Studies in theNovel 32.4 (Winter 2000) 464-87.

Garrity, Jane. "Virginia Woolf, Intellectual Harlotry,and 1920s British Vogue." In Virginia Woolf in the Ageof Mechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 185-218. NewYork: Garland, 2000.

Gillespie, Diane. "Metaphors of Illness and Wellness:John Donne, Virginia Woolf, and Susan Sontag." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Goodwin, Craufurd D. "The Bloomsbury Sneer: Enough Already!"Virginia Woolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000) 1-2.

Gordon, Craig. "Breaking Habits, Building Communities:Virginia Woolf and the Neuroscientific Body." Modernism/Modernity.7.1 (Jan 2000): 25-41.

Gordon, Troy. "The Place of Cross-Sex Friendship in WoolfStudies." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Gough, Val. "'A Responsible Person Like Her': Woolf'sSuicide Writing." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Grant, Duncan. "Desert Island Discs." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 46 [reprint].

Greenberg, Judith. "Woolf's Ancient Song: Traces of theDead Echoing into the Future." InVirginia Woolf: Turningthe Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. NewYork: Pace UP, 2000.

Greene, Sally. "Virginia Woolf, Renaissance Woman."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Griffiths, Ian. "Meeting Virginia at the Tate." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):73-7.

Hall, Sarah M. "She 'Will Really Be and Author in Time':Virginia Stephen's Early Facility with Language." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 29-33.

Halsey, Sandra. "Rosamond Peers, 1951-2000." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 38.

Hankins, Leslie Kathleen. "Tracking Shots Through FilmHistory: Virginia Woolf, Film Archives, and Future Technologies."In Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries, Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Hankins, Leslie Kathleen. "Virginia Woolf and Walter Benjamin:Selling Out(Siders)." In Virginia Woolf in the Age ofMechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 3-35. New York:Garland, 2000.

Henke, Suzette. "Virginia Woolf and Post-Traumatic Subjectivity."InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L.and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Henry, Holly. "From Edwin Hubble's Telescope to VirginiaWoolf's 'Searchlight.'" In Virginia Woolf in the Age ofMechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 135-158. NewYork: Garland, 2000.

Higgins, Lesley and Marie-Christine Leps. "Forms of Identityin Fiction and Film." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Hite, Molly. "Virginia Woolf's Two Bodies." Genders.(2000) 31+.

Hoff, Molly. "Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway." Explicator.58:3 (Spring2000) 148-50.

Hoff, Molly. "Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway." Explicator.59.1 (Fall 2000) 32-4.

Holgate, Pauline. "Quentin Bell: A Man of Many Arts."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 69-70.

Holmes, Rachael. "Clothing and the Body: Motifs of FemaleDistress in Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield. VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 9-14.

Howard, Maureen. "The Enduring Commitment of a FaithfulStoryteller" (part of the ongoing "Writers on Writing"Series). New York Times. (Feb 14, 2000)

Humm, Maggie. "Virginia Woolf's Photography and the Monk'sHouse Albums." In Virginia Woolf in the Age of MechanicalReproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 219-246. New York: Garland,2000.

Hussey, Mark. "How Should One Read a Screen?" InVirginia Woolf in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, ed.Pamela Caughie, 249-265. New York: Garland, 2000.

Hussey, Mark. "To the Readers." Virginia WoolfMiscellany. 55 (Spring 2000): 1.

Jouve, Nicole Ward. "Virginia Woolf and Psychoanalysis."In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. SueRoe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000.245-72.

Juhasz, Suzanne. "Towards Recognition: Writing and theDaughter Mother Relationship." American Imago. 57.2(2000).

Kahane, Claire. "The Woman with a Knife and the Chickenwithout a Head: Fantasms of Rage and Emptiness." IN Psychoanalyses/Feminisms.by Peter L. Rudnytsky (ed. and introd.) and Andrew M. Gordon (ed.)Albany, NY : State U of New York P, 2000. 179-91.

Kirimura, Kazumi. "Woolf's Interest in the Victorians:Reconsideration of the Tennyson Character in Freshwater."Virginia Woolf Review 17 (2000): 69-83. In Japanese withan English abstract.

Kirkpatrick, B. J. "A Newly Discovered Article."(note). Virginia Woolf Miscellany. 55 (Spring 2000): 2.

Kukil, Karen. "Bloomsbury Collections at Smith College."Virginia Woolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000) 4-5.

Lackey, Michael. "Atheism and Sadism: Nietzsche and Woolfon Post-God Discourse." Philosophy and Literature.24.2 (2000) 346-63.

Lazaro, Alberto. "An Early Spanish Version of 'Time Passes.'"Virginia Woolf Miscellany. 55 (Spring 2000): 2.

Le Zotte, Ann Claremont. "Dear Virginia Woolf." TheAmerican Poetry Review. 29.1 (Jan/Feb 2000): 48.

Lee Hermione. "Covered with honey - Five unpublished lettersby Virginia Woolf." TLS. 5057 (Mar 3 2000): 14. (Seealso under "newly published texts by Virginia Woolf"below.)

Lee, Hermione. "Virginia Woolf's Essays." In TheCambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. Sue Roe and SusanSellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000. 91-108.

Lilienfeld, Jane. "Accident, Incident, and Meaning: Tracesof Trauma in Virginia Woolf's Narrativity." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

MacKay, Marina. "Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Woolf: A Camp Reconstructionof Bloomsbury ."Journal of Modern Literature. 23.1(2000).

Macron, Emmanuel. "Presences et voix d'ecrivains."Magazine Litteraire. 390 (2000 Sept) 52-53.

Manhire, Vanessa. "'The Lady's Gone A-Roving': Woolf andthe English Folk Revival." In Virginia Woolf Out of Bounds,Jessica Berman and Jane Goldman, eds.. NY: Pace UP, 2001. 236-43.

Marcus, Jane. "A Note on a Name." Virginia WoolfMiscellany. 55 (Spring 2000): 3.

Marcus, Laura. "Woolf's Feminism and Feminism's Woolf."In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. SueRoe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000.209-44.

Marler, Regina. "Bloomsbury Goes West: The American Responseto the Bloomsbury Retrospective." Virginia Woolf Miscellany56 (Fall 2000) 2-3.

Marshik, Celia. "Parodying the £5 Virgin: BernardShaw and the Playing of Pygmalion." The Yale Journal ofCriticism. 13.2 (2000).

McCombe, John P. ""The voyage out": no "Tempest"in a teapot: Woolf's revision of Shakespeare and critique of femaleeducation. Ariel. 31.1/2 (Jan/Apr 2000) 275-306.

McNeillie, Andrew. "Bloomsbury." In The CambridgeCompanion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. Sue Roe and Susan Sellers.Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000. 1-28.

Mimlitsch, Michelle N.. "Envisioning/Revisioning Woolfin Film at the End of the Twentieth Century." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Minow-Pinkney, Makiko. "Virginia Woolf and the Age ofMotor Cars." In Virginia Woolf in the Age of MechanicalReproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 159-182.

Minow-Pinkney, Makiko. "Reading Postmodernism in Tothe Lighthouse." Virginia Woolf Review 17 (2000):24-48.

Monte, Steven. "Ancients and Moderns in Mrs. Dalloway."MLQ: Modern Language Quarterly. 61.4 (2000).

Montgomery, Nick. "Colonial rhetoric and the maternalvoice: deconstruction and disengagement in Virginia Woolf's Thevoyage out." Twentieth Century Literature. 46.1(Spring 2000) 34-55.

Moore, Catherine. "Remembering Leonard Woolf." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 35-36.

Murphy, Ann and Jeanne McNett. "Women's Learning, Women'sWork: A Dialog." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Myers, Elyse. "Virginia Woolf and the 'Voyage Out' fromVictorian Science." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Naccarto, Peter. "Re-Defining Feminist Fiction in TheYears." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Nakamaura, Yuko. "Self-realisation of Women and the ModernNarrataive Mode: A Comparative Study of Virginia Woolf's Mrs.Dalloway and Christa Wolf's Nachdenken über ChristaT." Virginia Woolf Review 17 (2000): 1-23.

Navales, Ana Maria. "Kew Gardens Revisited--A BloomsburyStory." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 50-53.(A translation of her short story, "En los jardines de Kew"from her collection Cuentos de Bloomsbury [1991].)

Newman, Hilary. "Continuity and Destruction in Betweenthe Acts." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000):21-25.

Newman, Hilary. "The Years as a 'Condition of England'Novel." Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000)28-32.

Orange, Hugh and John Beaumont. "The Chevalier de l'Étang(1757-1840) and his Descendants, the Pattles." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin. 6 (January 2001) 51-62.

Ozick, Cynthia. "Where to Connect to the Inner Hum."New York Times Magazine. 149.51381 (May 7, 2000): 92+.

Pardee, Shiela. "Assuming Psyche's Task: Virginia WoolfResponds to James Frazer." InVirginia Woolf: Turning theCenturies. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York:Pace UP, 2000.

Peele, Thomas. "Queering Mrs. Dalloway." InLiterature and Homosexuality by Michael J.Meyer (ed. andintrod.). Amsterdam, Netherlands : Rodopi, 2000. 205-21.

Peers, Ros. "Interview with Bet Inglis." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 37-39.

Peers, Ros. Interview with Nigel Nicolson. Virginia WoolfBulletin. 5 (September 2000) 33-7.

Porret-Blanc, Nicolas. "A Possible Source for Orlando'sAndrogyny: Orlando and Hermaphroditus." Virginia WoolfMiscellany 56 (Fall 2000) 3.

Pridmore-Brown, Michele. "Virginia Woolf and the BBC:Public and Private Voices." Virginia Woolf Miscellany56 (Fall 2000) 3-4.

Quinn, Laurie. "A Woolf with Political Teeth: ClassingVirginia Woolf Now and in the Twenty-First Century." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Raitt, Suzanne. "Finding a Voice: Virginia Woolf's EarlyNovels." In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf.Eds. Sue Roe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : CambridgeUP, 2000. 29-49.

Ramsay, Stephen J. 'On Not Knowing Greek': Virginia Woolf andthe New Ancient Greece In Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Rich, Susanna. "De Undarum Natura : Lucretius andWoolf in The Waves ." Journal of Modern Literature.23. 2 (2000).

Roe Sue. "Reading Virginia Woolf's essays and journalism- Breaking the surface of silence." TLS. 5059 (Mar17, 2000): 32.

Roe, Sue. "The Impact of Post-Impressionism. In TheCambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. Sue Roe and SusanSellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000. 164-90.

Roof, Judith. "Hocus Crocus." InVirginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott.Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Rosenberg, Beth Carole. "Virginia Woolf's Postmodern LiteraryHistory." MLN. 115.5 (2000).

Sadrin, Anny. "Time, Tense, Weather in Three 'Flood Novels':Bleak House, The Mill on the Floss, To the Lighthouse."Yearbook of English Studies (YES). 30 (2000) 96-105.

Sager, Laura, "Septimus' Suicide." Virginia WoolfBulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 26-28.

Sakamoto, Tadanobu. "Dates in Orlando: A Biographyand the Manuscript." Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September2000) 23-7.

Salomon, Alyza Lee. "Naming Defoe's Influence in Jacob'sRoom." Virginia Woolf Miscellany. 55 (Spring 2000):3-4.

Sandbach-Dahlstram, Catherine. "Feminist Conversation:Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir, and the Dialogic." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Sarker, Sonita. "Three Guineas, the In-corporatedIntellectual, and Nostalgia for the Human." In VirginiaWoolf in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie,37-66. New York: Garland, 2000.

Schwinn-Smith, Marilyn. "Narration, Memory, and Identity:Mrs. Dalloway at the End of the Century." InVirginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott.Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Scott, Bonnie Kime. "The Subversive Mechanics of Woolf'sGramophone in Between the Acts." In Virginia Woolf inthe Age of Mechanical Reproduction, ed. Pamela Caughie, 97-113.New York: Garland, 2000.

Sellers, Susan. "Virginia Woolf's Diaries and Letters."In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. SueRoe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000.109-26.

Sherard, Tracey. "'Percival in the Forest of Gender':Wagner, Homosexuality, and The Waves." InVirginiaWoolf: Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie KimeScott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Skrbic, Nena, "Through the Realist Frame: 'Phyllis andRosamond' and the Masculine 'I'." Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 15-22.

Snaith, Anna (ed. and introd.). "Wide Circles: The ThreeGuineas Letters." Woolf Studies Annual, New York,NY 6 (2000) 1-168.

Snaith, Anna. "'At Gordon Sq. and nowhere else': The Spatialand Social Politics of Bloomsbury." InVirginia Woolf:Turning the Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott.Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Snaith, Anna. "'My Poor Private Voice': Virginia Woolfand Auto/Biography." In Representing Lives: Women andAuto/Biography by Alison Donnell (ed. and introd.) and PaulinePolkey (ed. and introd). NY: Macmillan/St. Martin's, 2000. 96-104.

Staniforth, Lindsay. "Virginia Woolf and ContemporaryArt." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 20-26.

Stansky, Peter. To the Readers. Virginia Woolf Miscellany56 (Fall 2000) 1.

Stewart, Jack. "A 'need of distance and blue': space,color, and creativity in To the lighthouse." TwentiethCentury Literature. 46.1 (Spring 2000) 78-99.

Sumner, Rosemary. Letter to the editor. Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 47.

Takai, Hiroko. "On Not Speaking Out: Jacob's Roomas a Conflation of Modernism and Feminism." Virginia WoolfBulletin 4 (May 2000): 7-12.

Tranter, Rachel. "Art Made Modern (Courtauld)." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 71-3.

Tratner, Michael. "Why Isn't Between the Acts a Movie?"In Virginia Woolf in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction,ed. Pamela Caughie, 115-134. New York: Garland, 2000.

Tsargaris, Ellen. "Every Picture Tells a Story: Woolfand the Artist's Vision." Virginia Woolf Miscellany.55 (Spring 2000): 2-3.

Usui, Masami. "Lily as One of the Women Painters of theSt Ives School." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):13-16.

Usui, Masami. "Miyeko Kamiya's Encounter with VirginiaWoolf: A Japanese Woman Psychiatrist's Waves of Her Own."Doshisha Literature 43 (2000 Mar) 1-26.

Usui, Masami. "Woolf's Search for Space in Between theActs." Doshisha University Studies inEnglish Languageand Literature 72 (2000 Mar) 25-48.

Vimar, Sandra Widmark. "On Reading A Writer's Diary:a Poem." Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000)45.

Vimar, Sandra Widmark. "St George's Gardens: a Poem."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 47-9.

Wallace, Miriam L. "Theorizing Relational Subjects: MetonymicNarrative in The Waves." Narrative. 8:3 (2000Oct) 294-323 .

Wallis, Peter. "'Hogarth Living Poet' Publishing to theEnd." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 43.

Weihman, Lisa Golmitz. "The Problem of National Culture:Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts and Elizabeth Bowen'sThe Last September." InVirginia Woolf: Turningthe Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. NewYork: Pace UP, 2000.

Whitworth, Michael. "'The Lighted Strip of History': NewPhysics Moving the Markers." InVirginia Woolf: Turningthe Centuries. Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. NewYork: Pace UP, 2000.

Whitworth, Michael. "Virginia Woolf and Modernism."In The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf. Eds. SueRoe and Susan Sellers. Cambridge, England : Cambridge UP, 2000.146-63.

Wiegman, Robyn. "Feminism's Apocalyptic Futures."New Literary History. 31.4 (2000).

Wilkinson, Sheila M. "Sir Leslie Stephen & DerivativeImmortality." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):78.(A report on the 1999 biennial Leslie Stephen lecture.)

Wilson, Travis D. "The Ghosts of War: Modernism, Conflict,and Memory in the Twentieth Century" In Selected Papers2000 Conference Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of SocialImagery, Will Wright (ed. and introd.) and Steven Kaplan.Pueblo, CO: U of Southern Colorado, 2000. 434-38.

Woodward, Anna. Letter to the Editor: Miss Perkins. VirginiaWoolf Bulletin. 6 (January 2001) 40.

Young, John. "Canonicity and Commercialization in Woolf'sUniform Edition." InVirginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries.Ardis, Ann L. and Bonnie Kime Scott. Eds. New York: Pace UP, 2000.

Young, John. "Woolf's Mrs Dalloway." TheExplicator 58.2 (Winter 2000) 99-101.

Zemgulys, Andrea P. "Night and Day is dead': VirginiaWoolf in London 'literary and historic'. Twentieth CenturyLiterature 46.1 (Spring 2000) 56-77. Schröder, LeenaKore. "Virginia Woolf and the Body: Corporeality, Metaphor,and the In-Between. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000):15-20.back to top!

Dissertations andtheses

Hackett, Robin Michelle. Sapphic Primitivism in Modern Fiction:Virginia Woolf's 'The Waves', Sylvia Townsend Warner's 'SummerWill Show', and Willa Cather's 'Sapphira and the Slave Girl'.Diss. City U of New York, 2000.

March, Thomas Mark, Jr. Sympathetic Narration: The Partyand the Collage in Virginia Woolf, Anais Nin, and Jeanette Winterson.Diss. New York U, 2000.

Pardee, Shiela Ellen. Anthropological Influences on Representationsof Latin America in Novels by Conrad, Woolf, and Lawrence.Diss. U of Delaware, 2000.

Quinn, Laurie Ann. Reading for Class: Virginia Woolf, RebeccaWest, and Sylvia Townsend Warner. Diss. U of New Hampshire,2000.

Reviews

Anon. Rev. of Virginia Woolf: A Penguin Life by NigelNicolson. Publishers Weekly. 247.39 (2000) 95+.

Anon. Rev. of Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf: A Case for theSanity of Virginia Woolf,' by Irene Coates. Publishers Weekly.247.48 (2000) 67.

Abel, Elizabeth. "Big bad Woolf," review of VirginiaWoolf Icon by Brenda R. Silver. Women's Review of Books.17.7 (Apr 2000): 6-8.

Allen, Brooke. "The blaming of Leonard Woolf." Rev.of Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf? by Irene Coates. NewCriterion. 19.4 (2000) 73+.

Bal, Mieke. "Three Way Misreading." diacritics30. 1 (2000)

Barkway, Stephen. Rev. of A Room of One's Own and OtherEssays by Virginia Woolf, selected and introduced by HermioneLee. Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 58-9.

Barkway, Stephen. Rev. of The Cambridge Companion to VirginiaWoolf, Sue Roe and Susan Sellers, eds. Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 65-7.

Barkway, Stephen. Review of The Bloomsbury Artists editedby Tony Bradshaw. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000):64-67.

Barkway, Stephen. Review of Virginia Woolf Icon by BrendaSilver. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 55-9.

Barrett, Eileen. Rev. of Reading Alcoholisms: TheorizingCharacter and Narrative in Selected Novels of Thomas Hardy, JamesJoyce, and Virginia Woolf by Jane Lilienfeld. VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000) 6-7.

Barsky, Robert F. Residues of the 1930s . SubStance29.3 (2000)

Bertram, Vicki. Rev of. Female Genesis: creativity, selfand gender. By Jouve, Nicole Ward. Journal of Gender Studies.9.1 (March 2000) 92+.

Bicknell, John. Review of Ancestral Houses: Virginia Woolfand the Aristocracy by Sonya Rudikoff. Virginia Woolf Miscellany.55 (Spring 2000): 4.

Bindon, Barbara. Rev. of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell:Manic Depression and the Life of Virginia Woolf by Peter Dally.Lambda Book Report. 8.11 (June 2000) 18.

Burstein, Jessica. Review of Solid objects by DouglasMao. Modernism/Modernity. 7.1 (Jan 2000): 145-51.

Chapman, Wayne K. Review of Virginia Woolf and the GreatWar by Karen L. Levenback. Virginia Woolf Miscellany.55 (Spring 2000): 5-6.

Clarke, Stuart N. Rev. of Ancestral Houses: Virginia Woolfand the Aristocracy by Sonya Rudikoff. Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 60-2.

Clarke, Stuart N. Rev. of Close & Affectionate Friends:Desmond and Molly MacCarthy and the Bloomsbury Group by ToddAvery. Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 76-7.

Clarke, Stuart N. Review of Can Jane Eyre be Happy?and Where was Rebecca Shot? both by John Sutherland. VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 61-3.

Clarke, Stuart N. Review of Friends and Apostles, ed.Keith Hale. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 61-2.

Clarke, Stuart N. Review of The Years, ed. Jeri Johnson.Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 50-52.

Clarke, Stuart N. Review of Vita Sackville-West: A Bibliographyby Robert Cross and Ann Ravenscroft-Hulme. Virginia Woolf Bulletin4 (May 2000): 64-67.

Curtis, Vanessa. Rev. of Ex Libris: Confessions of a CommonReader by Anne Fadiman. Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5(September 2000) 77-8.

Curtis, Vanessa. Rev. of To the Lighthouse Classic Serial,BBC Radio 4, 3 pm 26 March and 2 April, 2000. Virginia WoolfBulletin. 5 (September 2000) 79.

Curtis, Vanessa. Review of Bloomsbury at Home by PamelaTodd. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000): 63-4.

Curtis, Vanessa. Review of Virginia Woolf: The Marriageof Heaven and Hell by Peter Dally. Virginia Woolf Bulletin3 (Jan 2000): 55-7.

Daugherty, Beth Rigel. Rev. of Virginia Woolf by Nigel Nicolsonand The Eternal Moment: Essays and a Short Story. VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 57 (Spring 2001) 5-6.

Davies, Caroline. Rev. of Virginia Woolf by Linden Peach.Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 6 (January 2001) 48-9.

DeCrescenzo, Teresa. Review of The Trials of Radclyffe Hallby Diana Souhami and The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: ManicDepression and the Life of Virginia Woolf by Peter Dally.Lesbian News. 25.6 (Jan 2000): 41-__.

Dell, Marion. Rev. of Reading Virginia Woolf's Essays andJournalism: Breaking the Surface of Silence by Leila Brosnan.Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 62-4.

Dubino, Jean. Rev. of Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance,Sally Greene, ed. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000)8-9.

Feito, Patricia M. Rev. of Virginia Woolf and the GreatWar by Karen L., Levenback. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature19.2 (Fall 2000) 350-2.

Ferebee, Steve. Rev. of Virginia Woolf's Essays: Sketchingthe Past by Elena GualteriVirginia Woolf Miscellany56 (Fall 2000) 8.

Finn, Howard. Rev of Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolfby Angela Smith. Women: a cultural review. 11.1/2 (Spring/Summer2000) 175-8.

Franke, Damon. Rev. of Modernism, History and the FirstWorld War by Trudi Tate. SubStance 29.1 (2000).

Froula, Christine. Rev. of Virginia Woolf in the age ofmechanical reproduction by Pamela Caughie, ed. Tulsa Studiesin Women's Literature 19.2 (Fall 2000) 349-50.

Gardner, Diane. Review of Ravenous Identity: Eating andEating Distress in the Life and Work of Virginia Woolf byAllie Glenny. Library Journal. 125.2 (Feb 1, 2000): 85-7.

Gardner-Premo,Diane. Rev. of Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf?by Irene Coates and Virginia Woolf by Nigel Nicolson LibraryJournal. 125.20 (Dec2000) 130+.

Gordon, Ann D. Rev. of Spectacular Confessions: Autobiography,Performative Activism, and the Sites of Suffrage 1905-1938by Barbara Green. Biography. 23.2 (2000).

Greaves, Richard. Review of Dostoevsky and English Modernism,1900-1930 by Peter Kaye. The Review of English Studies.51.201 (Feb 2000): 156-7.

Harvey, Kathryn. Review of Women in the Milieu of Leonardand Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education editedby Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson. Virginia Woolf Miscellany.55 (Spring 2000): 6-7.

Hodgson, Anna. "A Psychiatrist's View of Virginia Woolf"review of Virginia Woolf: The Marriage of Heaven and Hellby Peter Dally. Contemporary Review. 276. 1610 (Mar2000):162-3.

Hollis, Catherine W. Rev. of Virginia Woolf Icon by BrendaSilver. biography 23.4 (2000).

Holmes, Rachael. Rev. of Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance,Sally Greene, ed. Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September2000) 67-9.

Hutchings, William. Rev. of Mr. Dalloway by Robin Lippincott.World Literature Today 74.2 (Spring 2000) 366-7.

Jolly, Margretta. Rev. of Women's fiction of the SecondWorld War by Gill Plain. Women's History Review 9.1(2000) 161-4.

Kibble, Matthew. Rev of Thinking fascism by Erin G.Carlston. Women: a cultural review. 11.1/2 (Spring/Summer2000) 161-4.

Langham, Linda J. Review of Mr. Dalloway by Robin Lippincott.Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 69-71.

Langham, Linda J. Review of The Hours by Michael Cunningham.Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 67-9.

Laurence, Patricia. Rev. of Sketches in Pen and Ink: A BloomsburyNotebook with afterward by Lia Giachero. American BookReview. (May-June 2000) 12.

Laurence, Patricia. Rev. of The Hours by Michael Cunningham.English Literature in Transition. 43.3 (2000) 370-6.

Laurence, Patricia. Review of The Feminist Aesthetic ofVirginia Woolf by Jane Goldman. Virginia Woolf Miscellany.55 (Spring 2000): 7.

Leeman, Eve. "A life of one's own." Rev. of VirginiaWoolf: the marriage of heaven and hell by Peter Dally. Lancet.356.9242 (11/11/2000) 1693+.

Manson, Janet M. Review of Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf:A Case for the Sanity of Virginia Woolf by Irene Coates. VirginiaWoolf Miscellany. 55 (Spring 2000): 4-5.

Matsumoto, Hogara. Rev. of Virginia Woolf in the Age of MechanicalReproductionby Pamela L. Caughie, ed. Virginia Woolf Review 17 (2000):98-101. In Japanese.

McSherry, Jane. Rev. of Virginia Woolf: The Novels byNicholas Marsh. Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000)69-71.

Miracky, James J. Rev. of The Dialogic Self: ReconstructingSubjectivity in Woolf, Lessing, and Atwood and Women inthe Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. Modern Fiction Studies.46.2 (2000) 542-8.

Moses, Kate. Reviewof Men in the Off Hours by Anne Carson. Salon.com.(Apr 5, 2000): Books.

Neverow, Vara. Rev. of Virginia Woolf Icon by Brenda Silver.Virginia Woolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000) 7-8.

Peers, Ros. Rev. of Ravenous Identity: Eating and EatingDistress in the Life and Work of Virginia Woolf by Allie Glenny.Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 5 (September 2000) 72-6.

Pite, Ralph. Rev. of English literature of the 1920sby David Ayers. The Review of English Studies. 51.203 (Aug2000) 517-19.

Roe, Sue. Rev. of Modernist patterns in literature and thevisual arts by Murray Roston. The Times Literary Supplement.no5075 (July 7 2000) 26.

Royde Smith, Naomi. Review of To the lighthouse. [Reprintsthe author's June 4, 1927 review.] New Statesman. 128.4467(Dec 20 1999/Jan 3 2000): 124.

Schiff, Karen L. "A Facsimile Blossoms." Rev. ofKew Gardens by Virginia Woolf (a facsimile of the thirdedition) South Carolina Review. 32.2 (Spring 2000). 231-2.

Seaman, Donna. Rev. of Virginia Woolf by Nigel Nicolson.Booklist. 97.2 (09/15/2000) 204+.

Seaman, Donna. Rev. of Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf? ACase for the Sanity of Virginia Woolf by Irene Coates.. Booklist.97.8 (12/15/2000) 780+.

Sherry, Vincent. Review of Modernism, history and the FirstWorld War by Trudi Tate. Modernism/ Modernity. 7.1(Jan 2000): 173-6.

Shih, Elizabeth. Rev. of Virginia Woolf's Renaissance: WomanReader or Common Reader? By Juliet Dusinberre. VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 56 (Fall 2000) 9.

Smith, Patricia Juliana. "Virginia Woolf that's who'safraid." Rev. of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: ManicDepression and the Life of Virginia Woolf by Peter Dally.Gay & Lesbian Review. 7.3 (Summer 2000) 45.

Stankovics, Denise J. Review of Virginia Woolf Icon byBrenda R. Silver. Library Journal. 125.1 (Jan 2000): 110-__.

Steinman, Lisa M. Rev. of Solid objects by Douglas Mao.American Literature. 72.3 (Sept 2000) 642-3.

Sweeney, Aoibheann. "Back to Bloomsbury." Rev. ofVirginia Woolf by Nigel Nicolson. New York Times BookReview. 150-51605 (12/17/2000) 19.

Tanton, Lynne. Review of Art and Affection by PantheaReid. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000): 52-5.

Van Wienen, Mark W. Rev. of Virginia Woolf and the Great Warby Karen Levenback. Modern Fiction Studies. 46.2 (2000)540-2.

Whaley, Charles. "In France with the Bloomsbury Group."Rev. of Bloomsbury and France: Art and Friends by MaryAnn Caws and Sarah Bird Wright. The Courier-Journal, Louisville,KY. July 9, 2000.

Wilson, J. J. Rev. of William Morris to Sergeant Pepper: Studiesin the Radical Domestic by Peter Stansky. Virginia Woolf Miscellany56 (Fall 2000) 6.

Zigmond, Sally. Review of Katherine Mansfield and VirginiaWoolf by Angela Smith. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan2000): 57-61.

Zigmond, Sally. Review of Vanessa Bell: A Life of Paintingby Rachel Tranter. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000):62-3.

Zigmond, Sally. Review of Virginia Woolf and the Great Warby Karen L. Levenback. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):59-61. back to top!

Newpublications of texts by Virginia Woolf

Woolf, Leonard. "Three Jews." Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 4-12. (reprint)

"Covered with honey - Five unpublished letters by VirginiaWoolf." with a preface by Hermione Lee. TLS. 5057(Mar 3 2000): 14. (See also under Hermione Lee's name in "Articles.")

Two brief unpublished letters were displayed in Krystyna Colburn'sBoston Exhibit, "Virginia Woolf. . . The Evolving Word"and reprinted in the Virginia Woolf Miscellany. 55 (Spring2000): 2.

Letter to Charles E. Brumwell. Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 13-14. (reprint; also available in Anna Snaith'scollection of Three Guineas letters.

Letters to Aubrey Herbert. Virginia Woolf Miscellany.55 (Spring 2000) 2.

Blurbs to the first Hogarth and Harcourt Brace editions ofThe Years. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 3 (Jan 2000):44. (On the plausible assumption that Woolf herself wrote theblurbs.)

Blurbs to the first Hogarth and Harcourt Brace editions ofRoger Fry. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 4 (May 2000):40-41.

Blurb for Three Guineas. Virginia Woolf Bulletin.5 (September 2000) 39-40. back to top!


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