Bibliography ofWoolf Studies Published in 1996

The following is a compilation of scholarship on Virginia Woolfpublished in 1996.  It was produced and maintained by SallyGreene for The InternationalVirginia Woolf Society, with the cooperation of MetaLabat the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and is maintainedwith the cooperation of FITSat DePauw Univeristy. My sources include various electronic databasesplus information provided by friends of Woolf everywhere. I make no claims to be exhaustive, but I do try to be comprehensive. (Apologies for the lack of consistency in accent marks; the whimsiesof electronic reproduction are to blame.)  If you have itemsto add,or corrections to offer, please send them to me, afernald@depauw.edu. Or mail them to me at 8679 East State Road 240, Fillmore, IN 46128. 

--Anne Fernald, bibliographer/historian,International Virginia Woolf Society


Bibliographies from 1997, 1998,1999, 2000and 2001are also available. And checkout the "passing glances"to Woolf as well.

Special issues or volumes

Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 2, edited by Mark Husseyfor Pace UniversityPress.  Important Woolf scholarship and informative reviewscontinue to issue from this new series.  Individual essaysare indexed below.

Virginia Woolf Miscellany, nos. 47 and 48 (Spring andFall 1996).  This long-running publication is the Notesand Queries of Woolf studies.  Editors are J. J. Wilson,Lucio Ruotolo, and Peter Stansky; Patricia Laurence is revieweditor.  Individual essays are indexed below.

Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Editedby Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, with an introductionby Beth Rigel Daugherty (Pace Univ. Press, 1996).  Individualessays are indexed below.

South Carolina Review 29 (Fall 1996).  In conjunctionwith the international theme of the Sixth Annual Virginia WoolfConference, held in Clemson, South Carolina, in June 1996, WayneChapman edited a selection of ten essays by featured speakerson topics of international Woolf scholarship.  As he summarizesit in his introduction to the essays, "Their chief aim .. . was to provide a primarily American audience with exposureto points of view that prevail today on Virginia Woolf and herworks in other parts of the world."  (Other selectedpapers from the Clemson conference were published by Pace UniversityPress in 1997; see the 1997 bibliography.)  Indexed below.

"Teaching Judith Shakespeare," special issue of ShakespeareQuarterly 47 (Winter 1996). This volume, edited by ElizabethH. Hageman and Sara Jayne Steen, is a tribute to and explorationof Renaissance women writers that takes as its vexed startingpoint Woolf's assertions about the paucity of women writers inthe sixteenth century.  Indexed below are only those essaysthat directly address Woolf.

An interview with Quentin Bell published in Brazil two monthsbefore his death in December 1996.Ê The English-languageversion of Antonio Bivar's interviewis published only on The International Virginia Woolf Society'sweb site.

Books of special note

In 1996, the year of Quentin Bell's death, two new biographiesof Woolf were published: Hermione Lee's Virginia Woolfand Panthea Reid's Art and Affection.  Another Blackwell's PublishingShakespeare Head Press edition of Woolf's work was published:Mrs. Dalloway, edited by Morris Beja.  And Woolf'slasting impact on the canon of Western literature--as well asher contested stake in it--is reflected in David Denby's GreatBooks: My Adventures with Homer, Rousseau, Woolf, and Other IndestructibleWriters of the Western World, a portion of which (though notthe Woolf discussion) was serialized in The New Yorker.Ê"As I read a writer I was sure I had always hated, I suddenlyfound my way to . . . sensations and events normally lodged belowthe sill of consciousness," writes Denby.Ê "ReadingWoolf made me read Woolf better.Ê But I also read myselfbetter."

Ambiguous Discourse: Feminist Narratology and British WomenWriters, edited by Kathy Mezei (Univ. of North Carolina Press,1996), though not devoted to Woolf, is worth mentioning becausefive of the essays (indexed below) focus on her work.  "BecauseVirginia Woolf wrote so incisively and passionately about theimportance of breaking the sentence and the sequence . . . andabout the patriarchal hold over women's lives and over the novelform, she rests at the center of this collection," writesMezei in her introduction.

Sappho and the Virgin Mary: Same-Sex Love and the EnglishLiterary Imagination, by Ruth Vanita (Columbia Univ. Press,1996), "began as a study of Virginia Woolf as a Sapphic writerin dialogue with her contemporaries and ancestors," accordingto Vanita's introduction.Ê Two chapters directly relatedto Woolf are indexed below.

The Bloomsbury Heritage Series, edited by Jean Moorcroft Wilsonfor Cecil Woolf Publishers, published five monographs in 1996:

Carrington and Lytton, Alone Together, by Mary Ann Caws

Bloomsbury Ceramics, by Abigail Willis

Virginia Woolf's War Trilogy, by Jean Moorcroft Wilson

Virginia Woolf and Companions--A Feminist Document, by Elizabeth Steele

Virginia Woolf, Cambridge and A Room of One's Own, by Jane Marcus

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

Fashion note

The magazine Victoria (March 1996) features an articleby Catherine Calvert and Elliette Markhbein titled "VirginiaWoolf's Cottage."  Devoted to Monk's House, it describesWoolf's bedroom and includes "reflections on her decoratingstyle."

MultimediaÊ

Primary Source Media published Major Authors on CD-ROM:Virginia Woolf, with Mark Hussey as the general editor. The disc includes virtually all of her published works (includingletters and diaries), plus about 13,000 manuscript pages (holographand typescript).  Additionally, it includes the full eightminutes surviving of her 1937 "Craftsmanship" talk onBBC radio, as well as hyperlinks to Hussey's Virginia WoolfA to Z (see below). The disc can be searched in three ways--standard,advanced, and natural language--making it a very powerful andexciting new research tool.

Woolf's essay "The Death of the Moth" has been translatedinto a dance performance by the San Francisco-based StephenPelton Dance Theater.  Choreographed and first performedin 1996, "TheDeath of the Moth" combines the full text of Woolf'sessay, with original violin music by Robert Maggio and movementchoreographed and performed by StephenPelton, artistic director of the Theater.  The work,which was performed again at the 1997 Virginia Woolf Conference,"relates Woolf's narrative to similar struggles and intrepiddeaths that occur today due to AIDS and other life-threateningillness," Pelton writes.

Book not out yetÊ

Volume 4 of Andrew McNeillie's Essays of Virginia Woolf(1925-28), part of a fully annotated edition projected to consistof six volumes, was published in 1994 by Hogarth Press of London. But in 1996, American readers still awaited its publication byHarcourt Brace (and are still waiting in 1999).Ê If thissituation is causing you hardship, you might want to drop a noteto Lynne Walkerat Harcourt Brace.

Passing glances at VirginiaWoolfÊ

Recognizing that interest in Woolf has permeated the currentliterary and cultural scene, we are this year introducing a newdimension to the annual bibliography.Ê Checkit out.

Books

Beer, Gillian.  Virginia Woolf: The Common Ground. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1996.  (A collectionof essays published over a twelve-year period.)

Caws, Mary Ann.  Carrington and Lytton, AloneTogether. London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1996.

Cotte, Pierre.Ê L'Explication grammaticale de textesanglais.Ê Paris:ÊPU de France, 1996.Ê (ConsidersGeorge Eliot's Adam Bede; Eliot's relationship to Woolf;and A Room of One's Own, approached linguistically.)

Coudert, Carolyn.Ê Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse.ÊPiscataway, N.J. :ÊResearch & Education Association,1996.

Cowan, Thomas Dale.  Gay Men and Women Who Enrichedthe World. 2d ed.  Los Angeles: Alyson, 1996. (Revisedand updated since the first edition of 1989.)

Daugherty, Beth Rigel, and Eileen Barrett, eds.  VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1996.

Denby, David.  Great Books: My Adventures with Homer,Russeau, Woolf, and Other Indestructible Writers of the WesternWorld.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.Ê

Felder, Deborah G.  The 100 Most Influential Womenof All Time: A Ranking Past and Present.  Secaucus, N.J.: Carol, 1996.

Fraser, Kennedy.  Ornament and Silence: Essays on Women'sLives.  New York: Knopf, 1996.  (Fourteen essays,most of which were published first in The New Yorker andVogue.  The title essay, "Ornament and Silence,"is about Woolf.)

Fusini, Nadia.Ê Nomi: Dieci scritture femminili: KarenBlixen, Emily Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, Gertrude Stein, Charlotteed Emily Bronte, Mary Shelley, Marguerite Yourcenar, ElizabethBishop, Marianne Moore.Ê Roma:Ê Donzelli, 1996.Ê(First published 1986, now enlarged.)

Gliserman, Martin J.  Psychoanalysis, Language, andthe Body of the Text.  Gainesville: Univ. Press of Florida,1996.

Gracer, David M.  Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway. Piscataway, N.J.: Research and Education Association, 1996.

Great People of the 20th Century.  New York: TimeBooks, 1996.  (From Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilsonto Elvis Presley and Virginia Woolf.)

Herrero Quiros, Carlos.Ê Virginia Woolf:ÊProcesocreative y evolucion literaria.  Serie linguistica yfilologica.  Valladolid, Spain:ÊUniversidad de Valladolid,Secretariado de Publicaciones, 1996.

Hussey, Mark.  Virginia Woolf A to Z: A ComprehensiveReference for Students, Teachers, and Common Readers to Her Life,Works, and Critical Reception.  Oxford: Oxford Univ.Press, 1996.  (Paperback; hardback 1995).

Klaiber, Roswitha.Ê Schriftbilder beruhmter Frauen:ÊAnalyse und Interpretation:Ê Konigen Elisabeth I. von England,Maria Stuart, Konigen der Schotten, Lou Andreas-Salome, Else Lasker-Schuler,Virginia Woolf.Ê Ostfildern-Ruit bei Stuttgart:ÊCantz,1996.

Lee, Hermione.  Virginia Woolf.  London: Chatto& Windus, 1996.

Lemon, Charles, ed.  Early Visitors to Haworth: FromEllen Nussey to Virginia Woolf. Haworth, U.K.: Bronte Society,1996.

Little, Judy.  The Experimental Self: Dialogic Subjectivityin Woolf, Pym, and Brooke-Rose.  Carbondale: SouthernIllinois Univ. Press, 1996.

Marcus, Jane.  Virginia Woolf, Cambridge and ARoom of One's Own.  London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage],1996.

Mezei, Kathy, ed.  Ambiguous Discourse: Feminist Narratologyand British Women Writers. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North CarolinaPress, 1996.

Mignani, Antonella.  Relationships: A Task-Based StylisticAnalysis and Critical Study of Short Passages and Stories [Chez]George Orwell, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf.  Torino,Italy:ÊCideb Editrice, 1996.  (Audiovisual.)

Moran, Patricia.  Word of Mouth: Body Language in KatharineMansfield and Virginia Woolf.  Charlottesville: Univ.of Virginia Press, 1996.

Newman, Herta.  Virginia Woolf and Mrs. Brown: Towarda Realism of Uncertainty.  New York: Garland, 1996.

Palusci, Oriana. Le Dimore del tempo: Mrs. Dalloway, Orlando,Mrs. Woolf. Torino: Tirennia Stampatori,1996.

Parkes, Adam.Ê Modernism and the Theater of Censorshp.ÊNew York:ÊOxford Univ. Press, 1996.Ê (Examines thecontext and reception of Lawrence, Joyce, Radclyffe Hall, andWoolf.)

Perkins, Christine N.  100 Authors Who Shaped WorldHistory. San Mateo, Calif.: Bluewood, 1996.

Plain, Gill.  Women's Fiction of the Second World War:Gender, Power, and Resistance.  New York: St. Martin's,1996.

Ratcliffe, Krista.  Anglo-American Feminist Challengesto the Rhetorical Traditions: Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly, AdrienneRich.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1996.

Reese, Judy S.  Recasting Social Values in the Workof Virginia Woolf.  Selinsgrove Pa.: Susquehanna Univ.Press, 1996.

Reid, Panthea.  Art and Affection: A Life of VirginiaWoolf.  New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1996.

Schroeder, Steven.  Virginia Woolf's Subject and theSubject of Ethics: Notes toward a Poetics of Persons.  Lewiston,N.Y.: Edwin Mellen, 1996.

Sellei, Nora.Ê Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf:ÊAPersonal Professional Bond.Ê New York:ÊPeter Lang,1996.

Stansky, Peter.  On or about December 1910: Early Bloomsburyand Its Intimate World.  Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press,1996.

Steele, Elizabeth.  Virginia Woolf and Companions--AFeminist Document. London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage],1996.

Vanessa Bell & Virginia Woolf: Disegnarela vita. Ferrara: Comune di Ferrara, Civiche gallerie d'arte moderna econtemporanea, 1996.

Virginia Woolf in immagini e parole.  Salerno:Ripostes, 1996.

Whittier-Ferguson, John.  Framing Pieces: Designs ofthe Gloss in Joyce, Woolf, and Pound.  New York: OxfordUniv. Press, 1996.

Willis, Abigail.  Bloomsbury Ceramics.  London:Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1996.

Wilson, Jean Moorcroft.  Virginia Woolf's War Trilogy.London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1996.

Wussow, Helen, ed.  Virginia Woolf's "The Hours":The British Museum Manuscript of Mrs. Dalloway.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Journal articles, book chapters,and notes

Alexander, Beth.  "Moments of Becoming: After VirginiaWoolf."  In Women in Medical Education: An Anthologyof Experience, ed. Delese Wear, 145-58. Albany, N.Y.: StateUniv. of New York Press, 1996.  (A subjective, feminist essayon becoming a family physician; no direct allusion to Woolf, butan homage in style.)

Anspaugh, Kelly.Ê "'When Lovely Woman Stoops toConk Her': Virginia Woolf in Finnegans Wake."ÊJoyceStudies Annual 2 (1996): 176-91.

Apstein, Barbara.  "Chaucer, Virginia Woolf and Betweenthe Acts." Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 117-33.

Baker, Nicholson.  "Lumber."  In TheSize of Thoughts: Essays and Other Lumber, 207-355. London: Chatto & Windus, 1996.  (This rambling, surprising,charming treatise considers the phrase "lumber-room"in all of its historical and not so historical permutations; you'llsee Woolf's essay "The Elizabethan Lumber Room" in anentirely new light after reading Baker's essay.  See pp.252-54 on Woolf particularly and, a little later, at p. 262, Baker'stribute to Andrew McNeillie for his unparalleled brand of Woolfianpedantry.)

Banks, Joanne Trautmann.  "The Sad but InstructiveCase of Virginia Woolf." Journal of Aging and Identity1 (1996): 23-__.

Barnett, Claudia.  "Adrienne Kennedy and Shakespeare'sSister." American Drama 5, no. 2 (1996): 44-56.

Bernstein, Stephen.  "Modernist Spatial Nostalgia:Forster, Conrad, Woolf."  In Virginia Woolf: Textsand Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,40-44.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Bishop, Edward.  "From Typography to Time: ProducingVirginia Woolf."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 50-63. New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Boynton, Robert S.  "Annals of Science: The Birthof an Idea." The New Yorker, 7 Oct. 1996, 72-__. ("What does Darwin have in common with Virginia Woolf, Lenin,and Bill Gates, and does it explain history?")

Briggs, Julia.  "Editing Woolf for the Nineties." South Carolina Review 29 (1996): 67-77.

Caramagno, Thomas.  "Laterality and Sexuality: TheTransgressive Aesthetics of Orlando."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 183-88. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Colburn, Krystyna.  "Spires of London: Domes of Istanbul." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 250-54.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Cottom, Daniel.Ê "The War of Tradition:ÊVirginiaWoolf and the Temper of Criticism."Ê In RavishingTradition: Cultural Forces and Literary History, 141-64.ÊIthaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1996.

Crater, Theresa L.  "Lily Briscoe's Vision: The Articulationof Silence." Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature50 (1996): 121-36.

Crown, Kathleen.  "Two Judith Shakespeares: VirginiaWoolf, H.D., and the Androgynous Brother-Sister Mind." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 81-86.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba.  "The Rhetoric of Feminist Conversation:Virginia Woolf and the Trope of the Twist."  In AmbiguousDiscourse: Feminist Narratology and British Women Writers,ed. Kathy Mezei, 137-61.  Chapel Hill: Univ. of North CarolinaPress, 1996.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba, and Kay Li.  "Passage to China:East and West and Woolf."  South Carolina Review29 (1996): 132-49.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba, Natasha Aleksiuk, Kay Li, Morgan Love,Chris Rose, and Andrea Williams.  "The Heteroglossiaof History, Part One: The Car."  In Virginia Woolf:Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,71-80.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Cumberland, Debra L.  "'A Voice Answering a Voice':Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Virginia Woolf and Margaret Forster'sLiterary Friendship."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts andContexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference onVirginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,193-97.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Cummins, June.  "Death and the Maiden Voyage: Mappingthe Junction of Feminism and Postcolonial Theory in The VoyageOut."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 204-9.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Darrohn, Christine.  "'In a Third Class Railway Carriage':Class, the Great War, and Mrs. Dalloway."  InVirginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from theFifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 99-103.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Day, Liz.Ê "Who Authorises Speech Acts?:ÊWoolf'sOrlando Responds."Ê Centre for Women's Studies, occasionalpaper no. 21.  Clayton, Victoria, Can.: Monash Univ., 1996.

Delgi-Espositi, Cristina.  "Sally Potter's Orlandoand the Neo-Baroque Scopic Regime."  Cinema Journal36 (1996): 75-83.

Delorey, Denise.  "Parsing the Female Sentence: TheParadox of Containment in Virginia Woolf's Narratives." In Ambiguous Discourse: Feminist Narratology and British WomenWriters, ed. Kathy Mezei, 93-108.  Chapel Hill: Univ.of North Carolina Press, 1996.

Doyle, Laura.  "Sublime Barbarians in the Narrativeof Empire; Or, Longinus at Sea in The Waves.Modern Fiction Studies 42 (1996): 323-47.

Dubino, Jeanne.  "From Reviewer to Literary Critic:Virginia Woolf's Early Career as a Book Reviewer, 1904-1918." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 255-61.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Eberly, David.  "Housebroken: The Domesticated Relationsof Flush."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 21-25.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Ender, Evelyne.  "A Writer's Birthpains: VirginiaWoolf and the Mother's Share."  Swiss Papers in EnglishLanguage and Literature (Tubingen, Ger.) 9 (1996): 257-72.

Erzgraber,W.  "Virginia Woolf--An Introduction." Archiv fur des Studiem der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen223 (1996): 183-88.  (In German.)

Farfan, Penny.Ê "Writing/Performing: Virginia WoolfBetween the Acts."Ê Text and Performance Quarterly16 (1996):Ê205-15.

Farr, Richard.  "Edward Albee."  TheProgressive, 1 Aug. 1996, 39-__.  ("'If I wroteplays about everyone getting along terribly well, I don't thinkanyone would want to see them,' says the Pulitzer-Prize-winningauthor of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and ThreeTall Women.")

Flint, Kate.  "Reading Uncommonly: Virginia Woolfand the Practice of Reading."  Yearbook of EnglishStudies 26 (1996): 187-__.

Flint, K.  "The Virginia Woolf Manuscripts, fromthe Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection at the New York PublicLibrary."  Review of English Studies 47 (1996):288-90.

Freed, Lorie.  "Text as Microfilm and Text as Software." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 241-44.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Friedman, Susan Stanford.  "Spatialization, NarrativeTheory, and Virginia Woolf's The Voyage Out." In Ambiguous Discourse: Feminist Narratology and British WomenWriters, ed. Kathy Mezei, 109-36.  Chapel Hill: Univ.of North Carolina Press, 1996.

___.  "Uncommon Readings: Seeking the GeopoliticalWoolf." South Carolina Review 29 (1996): 24-44.

Froula, Christine.  "War, Civilization, and the Conscienceof Modernity: Views from Jacob's Room."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 280-95.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Giddey, Ernest.  "Rocks and Waves: Virginia Woolf,Leslie Stephen, and Byron."  In Trends in Englishand American Studies: Literature and the Imagination: Essays inHonour of James Lester Hogg,  ed. Sabine Coelsch-Foisner,Wolfgang Görtschacher, and Holger M. Klein, 295-304. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen, 1996.

Gilbert, Sandra M.  "Literary Literacy; or, The cook,the Cop, the Nurse, the Computer Scientist, and Me." Profession 1996 (Modern Language Ass'n of America): 127-33. (Recounts an experience teaching Woolf and T.S. Eliot together.)

Gillespie, Diane.  "The Biographer and the Self inRoger Fry."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts andContexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference onVirginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,198-203.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Gilman, Bruce E.  "A Woolf of One's Own." Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 50 (1996):169-78.

Goldman, Jane.  "'Purple Buttons on Her Bodice':Feminist History and Iconography in The Waves.Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 3-25.

Gutierrez, Nancy.  "Why William and Judith Both NeedTheir Own Rooms." Shakespeare Quarterly 47 (1996):424-32.

Haines-Wright, Lisa, and Traci Lynn Kyle.  "FromHe and She to You and Me: Grounding Fluidity, Woolf's Orlandoto Winterson's Written on the Body."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 177-82.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Harris, Andrea L.  "'How It Strikes a Contemporary':Woolf's Modernism, Our Postmodernism."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 87-92.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Harris, Ann.  "Scraps and Fragments of Empire: ThePageant as Metaphor in Woolf and Walcott."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 210-15.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Harrison, Bernard.  "Virginia Woolf and 'The TrueReality.'" Western Humanities Review 50.2 (1996):100-22.

Harvey, Kathryn.  "Politics 'Through Different Eyes':Three Guineas and Writings by Members of the Women's InternationalLeague for Peace and Freedom."  In Virginia Woolf:Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,235-40.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Haule, James M.Ê "Virginia Woolf's Revisions ofThe Voyage Out: Some New Evidence."Ê Twentieth-CenturyLiterature 42 (1996):Ê309-21.

Hotchkiss, Lia M.  "Writing the Jump Cut: Mrs.Dalloway in the Context of Cinema."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 134-39.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Hussey, Mark.  "'Hiding behind the Curtain': Reading(Woolf) Like a Man."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts andContexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference onVirginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,1-15.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Johnston, Georgia.  "Virginia Woolf's Autobiographers:Sidonie Smith, Shoshona Felman, and Shari Benstock." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 140-44.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Kanwar, Anju.  "Briscoe's Alt[a]rnative: Durgaor Sati? Woolf and Hinduism in To the Lighthouse." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 104-9.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Kennard, Jean E.Ê "Power and Sexual Ambiguity:ÊTheDreadnought Hoax, The Voyage Out, Mrs. Dalloway,and Orlando.Journal of Modern Literature20 (1996):Ê149-64.

Kooistra, Lorraine Janzen.  "Virginia Woolf's RogerFry: A Bloomsbury Memorial."  Woolf Studies Annual2 (1996): 26-38.

Lambert, Elizabeth.  "Virginia Woolf Joins Jane Wagnerand Lily Tomlin in the Search for Signs of Intelligent Life inthe Universe."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 26-29.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Lassner, Phyllis.  "'The Milk of Our Mother's KindnessHas Ceased to Flow':ÊVirginia Woolf, Stevie Smith and theRepresentation of the Jew."  In Between 'Race' andCulture: Representations of 'the Jew' in English and AmericanLiterature,Êed. Bryan Cheyette, 129-44.Ê Stanford:ÊStanfordUniv. Press, 1996.Ê

Laurence, Patricia.  "The China Letters: Julian Bell,Vanessa Bell, and Ling Shu Hua."  South CarolinaReview 29 (1996): 122-31.

Lee, Hermione.  "Biomythographers: Rewriting theLives of Virginia Woolf." Essays in Criticism 46,no. 2 (1996): 95-114.

Levitt, Morton P.  "Virginia Woolf and ReturningSoldiers: The Great War and the Reality of Survival in Mrs.Dalloway and The Years." Woolf Studies Annual2 (1996): 71-88.

Levy, Eric P.  "Woolf's Metaphysics of Tragic Visionin To the Lighthouse.Philological Quarterly75 (1996): 109-32.

Lilienfeld, Jane.  "'Must Novels Be Like This?':Virginia Woolf as Narrative Theorist."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 123-27.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Lounsberry, Barbara.  "The Diaries vs. theLetters: Continuities and Contradictions."  InVirginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from theFifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 93-98.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Lovisa, Manuela.  "Reality, Identity, and Time inthe Experimental Novels of Virginia Woolf."  Textures(Univ. of Orange Free State, Bloemfontein) 19 (1996): 34-38.

MacMaster, Anne.  "Beginning with the Same Ending:Virginia Woolf and Edith Wharton."  In Virginia Woolf:Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,216-22.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Maczewski, Jan-Mirko.Ê "Virginia Woolf's TheWaves in French and German Waters: A Computer Assisted Studyin Literary Translation." Literary and Linguistic Computing:Journal of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing(Oxford) 11, no. 4 (1996):Ê175-86.

Marcus, Jane.  "Wrapped in the Stars and Stripes:Virginia Woolf in the U.S.A." South Carolina Review29 (1996): 17-23.

Marcus, Laura.  "Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press."In Modernist Writers and the Marketplace, ed. Ian Willison,Warwick Gould, and Warren Chernaik, 124-50.  New York: St.Martin's, 1996.

Matchinske, Megan.  "Credible Consorts: What HappensWhen Shakespeare's Sisters Enter the Syllabus?"  ShakespeareQuarterly 47 (1996): 433-50.

Matson, Patricia.  "The Terror and the Ecstasy: TheTextual Politics of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway." In Ambiguous Discourse: Feminist Narratology and British WomenWriters, ed. Kathy Mezei, 162-86.  Chapel Hill: Univ.of North Carolina Press, 1996.

McNaron, Toni.  "Memoir as Imprint."  InVirginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from theFifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 228-30.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

McVicker, Jeanette.  "Woolf in the Contest of Fascism:Ideology, Hegemony and the Public Sphere."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 30-34.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Mezei, Kathy.  "Who Is Speaking Here? Free IndirectDiscourse, Gender, and Authority in Emma, Howards End,and Mrs. Dalloway."  In Ambiguous Discourse:Feminist Narratology and British Women Writers, ed. KathyMezei, 66-92.  Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press,1996.

Midgley, Nicholas.  "Virginia Woolf and the University."Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 147-59.

Moore, Madeline.  "Virginia Woolf and the Good Brother." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 157-76.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Moran, Margaret Morrell.  "A Rhetorical Context forVirginia Woolf."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 16-20.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Morgan, Geneviève Sanchis.  "Performance Artand Tableau Vivant--The Case of Clarissa Dalloway and Mrs. Ramsay." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 268-73.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Morstad, Jill.  "Woolf Whistles, Cat Calls and OtherFigures." Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 135-46.

Nakano, Mayumi.  "A Room of One's Own andFemale Literature in Heian Japan: Women's Oppression as Obstacleand Motive for Literary Creation."  In Virginia Woolf:Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,64-70.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Nünning, Vera, and Ansgar Nünning.  "FromThematics and Formalism to Aesthetics and History: Phases andTrends of Virginia Woolf Criticism in Germany, 1946-1996." South Carolina Review 29 (1996): 90-108.

Okin, Susan Moller.Ê "Sexual Orientation, Gender,and Families: Dichotomizing Differences."Ê Hypatia:ÊAJournal of Feminist  Philosophy 11 (1996):Ê30-48.Ê(Discusses Orlando.)

Oldfield, Sybil.  "Virginia Woolf and Antigone--Thinkingagainst the Current."  South Carolina Review29 (1996): 45-57.

Olin-Hitt, Michael.  "Power, Discipline, and Individuality:Subversive Characterization in Jacob's Room." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 128-33.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Ostriker, Alicia.  "Chloe and Olivia Meet the Deathof God."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 231-34.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Ozick, Cynthia.  "Virginia Woolf: A Madwoman andHer Nurse." A Cynthia Ozick Reader.  Bloomington:Indiana Univ. Press, 1996.  __-__.

Paddon, Seija.  "Virginia Woolf's Between theActs: A Novel on the Edge of a Narrative Crash?" New Courant (Univ. of Helsinki) 6 (1996): 107-15.

Parke, Catherine N.  "Living Dangerously: Poems." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 151-56.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Phelan, James.  "Character and Judgment in Narrativeand in Lyric: Toward an Understanding of Audience Engagement inThe Waves."  In Narrative as Rhetoric: Technique,Audiences, Ethics, Ideology, by James Phelan, 27-42. Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press, 1996.

Poster, Jem.  "A Combination of Interest: VirginiaWoolf's To the Lighthouse.Critical Survey(Oxford) 8 (1996): 210-15.

Pridemore-Brown, Michele.  "The Politics of Theatre:Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts.VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 47 (Spring 1996): 1-2.

Pringle, Mary Beth.  "Paracanons and Sacred Texts:Reading Memoir/Reading Woolf."  In Virginia Woolf:Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,223-27.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Reynier, Christine.Ê "Les nouvelles de VirginiaWoolf et l'art pictural." Cahiers victoriens et edouardiens44 (1996):Ê148-66.

Rittenhouse, Wayne.  "Dear Al: Ginny Woolf WritesAlmost as Good as I Pitch (A Celebration of Virginia Woolf throughRing Lardner)."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett, 45-49.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Rosenberg, Beth Carole.  "'. . . In the Wake of theMatrons': Virginia Woolf's Rewriting of Fanny Burney." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 117-22.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Ruotolo, Cristina.  "Reimagining Shakespeare's Sister:A Look at William Black's Judith Shakespeare.Virginia Woolf Miscellany 47 (Spring 1996): 2-3.

Sandbach-Dahlström, Catherine.  "Virginia Woolfwith and without State Feminism."  South CarolinaReview 29 (1996): 78-89.

Schaub, Danielle.  "Virginia Woolf Revisited." In Precarious Present/Promising Future? Ethnicity and Identitiesin Canadian Literature.  Jerusalem: Magnus Press (HebrewUniversity); Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 1996.  __-__.

Seeley, Tracy.  "Virginia Woolf's Poetics of Space:'The Lady in the Looking-Glass: A Reflection.'"  WoolfStudies Annual 2 (1996): 89-116.

Selboe, Tone.  "'A Novel about Silence'? VirginiaWoolf debutroman The Voyage Out.Edda: NordiskTidsskrift for Litteraturforskning/Scandinavian Journal of LibraryResearch (Oslo, Norway) 4 (1996): 317-27.

Shaw, Marion.  "From A Room of One's Own toA Literature of Their Own.South CarolinaReview 29 (1996): 58-66.

Silver, Brenda.  "Tom & Viv & Vita &Virginia & Ottoline & Edith. . . ."  WoolfStudies Annual 2 (1996): 161-74.

Sproles, Karen Z.  "Virginia Woolf Writes to VitaSackville-West (and Receives a Reply): Aphra Behn, Orlando,Saint Joan of Arc and Revolutionary Biography." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 189-92.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Stevenson, Randall, and Jane Goldman.Ê "'But WhatElegy'? Modernist Reading and the Death of Mrs. Ramsay."ÊYearbook of English Studies 26 (1996):Ê173-86.

Staveley, Alice.  "Voicing Virginia: The Mondayor Tuesday Years."  In Virginia Woolf: Textsand Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett,262-67.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Swanson, Diana L.  "An Antigone Complex? Psychologyand Politics in The Years and Three Guineas." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 35-39.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Tate, Trudi.  "Mrs. Dalloway and the Armenian Question."Textual Practice 8 (1996): 467-86.

Teague, Frances.  "Judith Shakespeare Reading." Shakespeare Quarterly 47 (1996): 361-73.

Terentowicz, Urszula.  "Triptych of Non-Verbal Searchfor Reality: The Female Mind in The Waves by Virginia Woolf." In Approaches to Fiction, ed. Leszek S. Kilek, 197-213. Lublin: Folium, 1996.

Thomas, Annabel.  "I'll Never Be Alone Again." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 245-49.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Tyler, Lisa.  "'I Am Not What You Supposed': WaltWhitman's Influence on Virginia Woolf."  In VirginiaWoolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers from the Fifth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty andEileen Barrett, 110-16.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1996.

Vandivere, Julie.  "Waves and Fragments: LinguisticConstruction as Subject Formation in Virginia Woolf." Twentieth-Century Literature 42 (1996): 221-33.

Vanita, Ruth.Ê "Biography as Homoerotic Fiction:ÊFreud,Pater, and Woolf."Ê In Sappho and the Virgin Mary:Same-Sex Love and the English Literary Imagination, ed.ÊRuthVanita, 165-86. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1996.Ê

___.Ê "The Wilde-ness of Woolf: Evading and EmbracingDeath in Orlando and The Waves."Ê InSappho and the Virgin Mary: Same-Sex Love and the English LiteraryImagination, ed.ÊRuth Vanita, 187-214.  New York:Columbia Univ. Press, 1996.

Villeneuve, Pierre-Eric.  "Virginia Woolf and theFrench Reader: An Overview." South Carolina Review29 (1996): 109-21.

Whitworth, M.  "Virginia Woolf and the 'Mouse WhichTurns Forever.'" Notes and Queries 43, no. 1 (1996):56-57.

"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf."  Playsand Players, 1 Nov. 1996, 8-__.

Wilson, Jean Moorcroft.  "Conceived with Kindness:The Woolf Family Perspective." South Carolina Review29 (1996): 5-16.

Winston, Janet.  "'Something Out of Harmony': Tothe Lighthouse and the Subject(s) of Empire."  WoolfStudies Annual 2 (1996): 39-70.

Wolf, Werner.  "Intermedialitat als neues Paradigmader Literaturwissenschaft? Pladoyer fur eine literaturzentrietreErforschung von Grenzuberschreitungen zaischen Wortkunst und anderenMedien am Beispiel von Virginia Woolfs 'The String Quartet.'" Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik (Tubingen, Ger.)21, no. 1 (1996): 85-116.  (English summary included.)

Yom, Sue Sun.  "Bio-graphy and the Quantum Leap:Waves, Particles, and Light as a Theory of Writing the Human Life." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 145-50.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Zappa, Stephanie.  "Woolf, Women, and War: From Statementin Three Guineas to Impression in Jacob's Room." In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts: Selected Papers fromthe Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Beth RigelDaugherty and Eileen Barrett, 274-79.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1996.

Dissertations

Barber, Stephen Michael.  "Virginia Woolf, in a Word:Writing as Aesthetics of Existence and Practice of Freedom." Ph.D. diss., York Univ., 1996.

Carlston, Erin Geneviève.  "Thinking Fascism:Sapphic Modernism and Fascist Modernity."  Ph.D. diss.,Stanford University, 1996.

Carubia, Josephine M.  "Mapping the Epistemic Terrainin Virginia Woolf's Fiction."  Ph.D. diss., FordhamUniv., 1996.

Cheng, Yuan-Jung.  "Madness and Fiction in Conrad,Woolf, and Lessing."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Washington,1996.

Despres, Renee T. [Renee Therese].Ê "L'ecriturefaim: The Writing of Hunger in Twentieth-Century Women's Autobiography."ÊPh.D. diss., Indiana Univ., 1996.

Einerson, Allen Richard.  "Paradigms of Uncertainty:A Postmodern Mythos."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Wisconsin,Madison, 1996.  (Considers Thomas Pynchon as well as Woolf,especially The Years.)

Esty, Joshua D.  "The Shrinking Island: English Modernismand the Culture of Imperial Decline."  Ph.D. diss.,Duke Univ., 1996.

Fulker, Teresa Anne.  "This Monster, the Body, thisMiracle, Its Pain: Illness in the Modernist Novel." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of California, Berkeley, 1996.  (ConsidersWoolf, D. H. Lawrence, and James Joyce.)

Gilman, Bruce E.  "Loving the Absent Mother: Lossand Reparation in the Novels of Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D.diss., Univ. of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1996.

Greenberg, Judith Ann.Ê "The Echo of Text:ÊVoicesof Pleasure, Voices of Death."  Ph.D. diss., Yale Univ.,1996.Ê (Considers James Joyce and Marguerite Duras as wellas Woolf.)

Greene, Sarah Lee [Sally].  "Reading Woolf Readingthe Renaissance: Tracing an Elizabethan Modern's Search for Peace." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1996.

Kostkowsa, Justyna.Ê "Unpacking the Holographs:Genre, Gender, and Female Creativity in Virginia Woolf's TheWaves."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Delaware, 1996.

Lewis, Alison.  "Rational Mysticism in the Worksof Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Temple Univ., 1996.

Lonnquist, Barbara Christian.  "James Joyce and VirginiaWoolf, Two-Tongue Common Readers: Egypt and the Rites of Allusionin 'Finnegans Wake' and 'Between the Acts.'"  Ph.D.diss., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1996.

Mathis, Mary Shirlene.Ê "War/Narrative/Identity:ÊUsesof Virginia Woolf's Modernism."  Ph.D. diss., Univ.of Texas, Austin, 1996.

Perkins, Wendy Barker.  "The Politics of Form: NarrativeSegmentation in Conrad, Lawrence, Woolf, and Hemingway." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Delaware, 1996.

Phillips, Gyllian.  "'The Rhythm of the Visible World':Music, Text, and Performance in Selected Writings of Edith Sitwell,Gertrude Stein, and Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Univ.of Western Ontario, 1996.

Poletes, Roberta.Ê "Virginia Woolf and Gilles Deleuze/FelixGuattari: Literature and Practices of Everyday Life." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Minnesota, 1996.

Poverny, Richard Benjamin.  "'The Indescribable Agitationof Life': Desire in the Fiction of E. M. Forster and VirginiaWoolf.'"  Ph.D. diss., Rutgers Univ., 1996.  (Partone of a three-part dissertation.)

Rado, Lisa.  "A Failed Sublime: The Modern AndrogyneImagination."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Michigan, 1996.Ê(Considers H. D. and William Faulkner as well as Woolf.)

Richards, Constance S.  "Toward a Transnational FeministWriting and Reading Practice: Virginia Woolf, Alice Walker, andZoe Wicomb."  Ph.D. diss., Ohio State Univ., 1996.

Scannell, James Michael.Ê "'All Things Save BeautyAlone':ÊAesthetic Judgment in the Modern Novel." Ph.D. diss., State Univ. of New York at Stony Brook, 1996.

Sinclair, Carol.  "Politics in the Life and Art ofVirginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Florida State Univ.,1996.

Snaith, Anna.Ê "Virginia Woolf, Contingency andthe Concepts of 'Public' and 'Private.'"  Ph.D. diss.,Univ. of London-University College London, 1996.

Thompson, Heidi M.  "Uroboros: Visions of the Androgyne." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Washington, 1996.  (Considers DjunaBarnes's Nightwood, Marguerite Young's Miss Macintosh,My Darling, and works by Alice Walker and Kathy Acker, togetherwith Orlando.)

Westman, Karin Elizabeth.Ê "Dramatic Interventions: The Gendering of History's Narrative in Virginia Woolf and JeanetteWinterson."  Ph.D. diss., Vanderbilt Univ., 1996.

Williams, Lisa.  "The Artist as Outsider: Loss andCreativity in the Novels of Virginia Woolf and Toni Morrison." Ph.D. diss., City Univ. of New York, 1996.

Willis, Lucindy A.  "Womanist Intellectuals: Developinga Tradition."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of North Carolinaat Greensboro, 1996.Ê (Considers Harriet Martineau, bellhooks, Susan Sontag, and Adrienne Rich along with Woolf.)

Woods, Noelle.  "Reflections of a Life: BiographicalPerspectives of Virginia Woolf Illuminated by the Music and Dramaof Dominick Argento's Song Cycle, 'From the Diary of VirginiaWoolf.'"  Ph.D. diss., Ohio State University, 1996.

Woodward, Patricia Flynn.  "Enclosure, Closure andFemale Poetic Tradition."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Miami,1996.

Master's theses

Beyer, Beverly Ann.  "Virginia Woolf's Starving Artists."ÊMaster's thesis, College of William and Mary, 1996.

Clark, Tracy L.  "Grinding the Axe: 'Resisting Reading,'Self-Education, and Their Impact on Virginia Woolf's Writing." Master's thesis, Indiana State Univ., 1996.

Day, Anne Kathleen.Ê "The Subversion of Gender Stereotypesin the Age of Victoria :ÊAn Analysis of Four Novels." Master's thesis, Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1996. (Considers Orlando along with Forster's Howards End,Fowles's French Lieutenant's Woman, and Carter's Nightsat the Circus.)

Deal, Michelle L.  "Once upon a Time: Lesbian Dimensionsin Woolf's Narrative Strategies."  Master's thesis,Univ. of Vermont, 1996.

Donovan, Colleen.Ê "Correspondence amid Difference:Virginia Woolf, Modernism and George Eliot's Impressions of TheophrastusSuch."Ê Master's thesis, State Univ. of New York atBinghamton, 1996.

Ferrell, Kimberly J.  "Gazing through the Lensesof Socialization to Define Female Sense of Self :ÊVirginiaWoolf's Theoretic Anticipation of Michael Foucault's Notion ofInternal Surveillance."Ê Master's thesis, Utah StateUniv., 1996.

Frye, Selena Beth.Ê "Three Women's Novels of theGreat War."Ê Master's thesis, Univ. of North Carolinaat Greensboro, 1996.  (Discusses Rose Macaulay's Non-Combatantsand Others, Rebecca West's Return of the Soldier, andWoolf's Jacob's Room.)

Lavender, Wendy Yvonne.Ê "Against 'the Usual Thingsin the Usual Places': Jouissance in the Novels of Virgina Woolf." Master's thesis, Southwest Texas State Univ., 1996.

Lockwood, Alexandra Jaime-Pilar.  "The Portrait Writingsof Gertrude Stein and Virginia Woolf."  Master's thesis,Univ. of Vermont, 1996.

Mitchell, Angela Melissa.Ê "Queer Moments: Desireand Repression in Virginia Woolf."Ê Master's thesis,Univ. of Georgia, 1996.

Moriconi, Christina Kay.Ê "Writing a Woman's Sentence:Virginia Woolf's L'ecriture Feminine."Ê Master's thesis,San Jose Univ., 1996.

Morton, Bruce T.  "Class, War and Mrs. Dalloway:Virginia Woolf's Response to British Involvement in the FirstWorld War."  Master's thesis, Stetson Univ., 1996.

Pollard, Terry.  "Capturing Mrs. Brown: VirginiaWoolf's Notion of Character in Her Diary and Mrs. Dallowaythrough Visions of Ottoline Morrell."  Master's thesis,Univ. of Southern Mississippi, 1996.

Smith, Alexis A.Ê "Virginia Woolf, Sowing the Seedsof Postmodernism."Ê Master's thesis, Univ. of Wyoming,1996.

Undergraduate theses

Gerend, Sara Elizabeth.Ê "Virginia Woolf and theWorld of Action."Ê Undergraduate thesis, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,1996.

Krouse, Tonya.  "Undermining Patriarchy: An Analysisof Virginia Woolf's Progression toward Feminism and Androgynyin Night and Day,To the Lighthouse and The Years." Undergraduate honors thesis, Kansas State Univ., 1996.

Reviews

Bradbury, N.  Review of The Waves, ed. James M.Haule and P. H. Smith (Shakespeare Head Press).  Reviewof English Studies 47 (1996): 290-91.

Caws, Mary Ann.  Review of Bloomsbury Recalled,by Quentin Bell. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 48 (Fall 1996):6.

Chappell, Michael.  Review of Virginia Woolf and SamuelJohnson: Common Readers, by Beth Carole Rosenberg.  WoolfStudies Annual 2 (1996): 185-87.

Daugherty, Beth.  Review of To the Lighthouse,ed. Susan Dick (Shakespeare Head Press).  Virginia WoolfMiscellany 47 (Spring 1996): 5-6.

Dolberg, Lynn.  Review of Virginia Woolf and SamuelJohnson: Common Readers, by Beth Carole Rosenberg.  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 48 (Fall 1996): 6-7.

Fernald, Anne.  "Class Distinctions." Review of an unpublished, unfinished Woolf manuscript.  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 48 (Fall 1996): 3.

Fisher, Jane.  Review of Anne Thackeray Ritchie: Journalsand Letters, ed. Abigail Burnham Bloom and John Maynard. Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 196-201.

Gaipa, Mark.  Review of Virginia Woolf against Empire,by Kathy J. Phillips.  English Literature in Transition31 (1996): 119-23.

Gillespie, Diane.  Review of Virginia Woolf, byClare Hanson. Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature50 (1996): 169-78.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by James King.Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 50 (1996):169-78.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf A to Z: A ComprehensiveReference for Students, Teachers, and Common Readers to Her Life,Works, and Critical Reception, by Mark Hussey.  RockyMountain Review of Language and Literature 50 (1996): 169-78.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf against Empire,by Kathy J. Phillips.  Rocky Mountain Review of Languageand Literature 50 (1996): 169-78.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf and Samuel Johnson:Common Readers, by Beth Carole Rosenberg.  Rocky MountainReview of Language and Literature 50 (1996): 169-78.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts:Selected Papers from the Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett.  Rocky MountainReview of Language and Literature 50 (1996): 169-78.

Gough, Val.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by JamesKing. Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 205-9.

Graves, M. A.  Review of Virginia Woolf A to Z: A ComprehensiveReference for Students, Teachers, and Common Readers to Her Life,Works, and Critical Reception, by Mark Hussey. EnglishLiterature in Transition 39 (1996): 384-86.

Harrison, W. M.  Review of Leonard and Virginia Woolfas Publishers: The Hogarth Press, 1917-46, by J. H. Willis,Jr.  English Studies (Lisse, The Netherlands) 77 (1996):200-201.

Harrison, William M.  Review of Modernism and MassPolitics: Joyce, Woolf, Eliot, Yeats, by Michael Tratner. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 48 (Fall 1996): 3-4.

Henke, Suzette.  Review of Aesthetic Autobiography:From Life to Art in Marcel Proust, James Joyce, Virginia Woolfand Anais Nin, by Suzanne Nalbantian.  Woolf StudiesAnnual 2 (1996): 210-12.

Heptonstall, Geoffrey.  Review of Killing the Angelin the House, a Penguin edition of Woolf's essay of the samename.  Contemporary Review 268 (Feb. 1996): 107-8. (Heptonstall equates Woolf's views to Margaret Mead's essentialism:"The sexual difference is biologically-determined. The interplay generated by the difference [which occurs withineach individual human being] is a subject of fascinating and creativestudy.  The study is the human condition.  There isno cure; there is only the truth of existence which we approachin good faith or bad.")

Kennedy, Jennifer T.  Review of Virginia Woolf againstEmpire, by Kathy J. Phillips.  Modernism/Modernity3 (1996): 123-24.

Laurence, Patricia.  Review of Common Readers: SamuelJohnson and Virginia Woolf, by Beth Rosenberg.  EnglishLiterature in Transition 39 (1996): 380-83.

Ledebur, Ruth Freifrau von.  Review of Virginia Woolf:Eine Einfuhrun, by Willi Erzgraber.  Archiv fur dasStudium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen (Berlin) 233(1996): 183-88.

Levenback, Karen L.  "'Something about Everybody.'" Review of Virginia Woolf A to Z: A Comprehensive Referencefor Students, Teachers, and Common Readers to Her Life, Works,and Critical Reception, by Mark Hussey.  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 47 (Spring 1996): 6-7.

Levitt, Morton P.  Review of Aesthetic Autobiography:From Life to Art in Marcel Proust, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf,and Anais Nin, by Suzanne Nalbantian.  James JoyceQuarterly 33 (1996): 634-38.

Little, Judy.  Review of Virginia Woolf: Interviewsand Recollections, ed. J. H. Stape.  English Literaturein Transition 39 (1996): 236-38.

Lyons, Brenda.  Review of The War Within: A Portraitof Virginia Woolf (film).  Virginia Woolf Miscellany48 (Fall 1996): 2.

Marcus, Jane.  "'An Embarrassment of Riches.'" Review of Blackwell's Shakespeare Head Editions of Virginia Woolf. Excerpted from the Women's Review of Books (March 1994). Virginia Woolf Miscellany 47 (Spring 1996): 4-5.

Morgan, Geneviève Sanchis.  Review of The Artof Dora Carrington, by Jane Hill. Woolf Studies Annual2 (1996): 202-4.

Nünning, Vera.  Review of So geheim und vertraut[So Secret and Private]: Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West,by Susanne Amrain. Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 194-95.

Rosenman, Ellen B. Review of Virginia Woolf against Empire,by Kathy Phillips.  Modern Fiction Studies 42 (1996):176-78.

Schmitz, Gotz.  Review of Das umkapfte Bid. Zur Metapherbei Virginia Woolf, by Elfi Bettinger.  Archiv furdas Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen (Berlin)233 (1996): 188-89.

Smith, Susan B.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by JamesKing. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 47 (Spring 1996): 7.

Stevenson, Randall, and Jane Goldman.  Review of RogerFry: A Biography, ed. Diane F. Gillespie (Shakespeare HeadPress) and A Roger Fry Reader, ed. and intro. ChristopherReed. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 48 (Fall 1996): 5-6.

Usui, Masami.  Review of Virginia Woolf against Empire,by Kathy J. Phillips.  Woolf Studies Annual 2(1996): 190-93.

Willmott, Elvira.  Review of Early Visitors to Haworth:From Ellen Nussey to Virginia Woolf, ed. Charles Lemon. Bronte Society Transactions 21 (1996): 369-70.

Wilson, J. J., and Jonah Raskin.  Review of Woolf andLessing: Breaking the Mold, ed. Ruth Saxton and Jean Tobin. Woolf Studies Annual 2 (1996): 188-90.

Woolf, Jean Wilson (see also Jean Moorcroft Wilson). Review of Leonard and Virginia Woolf as Publishers: The HogarthPress, 1917-41, by J. H. Willis, Jr.  Virginia WoolfMiscellany 48 (Fall 1996): 4-5.

New publications of texts byVirginia Woolf

Beja, Morris, ed.  Mrs. Dalloway.  Oxford:Basil Blackwell [Shakespeare Head], 1996.

10 relatos de mujeres.  3d ed.  Barcelona:Plaza & Janes, 1996.  (Short stories, including Woolf's"The New Dress," in Spanish translation.)

McLennan, Karen Jacobsen, ed.  Nature's Ban: Women'sIncest Literature.  Boston: Northeastern Univ. Press,1996.  (Selections include Woolf's "22 Hyde Park Gate,"from A Sketch of the Past.)

O'Pray, Michael, ed.  The British Avant-Garde Film,1926-1995: An Anthology of Writings.  Luton, Bedfordshire,U.K.: Univ. of Luton, 1996.  (Includes Woolf's essay "TheCinema" as well as historical and contemporary essays byLaura Mulvey and others.  Sponsored by the Arts Council ofEngland.)

Sutherland, John, ed.  The Oxford Book of English LoveStories.  New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1996.  (IncludesWoolf's "The Legacy.")

Woolf, Virginia.Ê Kuraedo na nun sswaegipul katunkotong ul ppopchi anul kot ida: Ilgi.Ê Soul-si:ÊSol,1996.Ê (Korean translation of selections from Woolf's diaries.)

___.  A Room of One's Own.  (Audiovisual.) Princeton, N.J.: Films for the Humanities, 1996, 1995.  Photographer,Sue Gibson; editor, Robin Sales.  (Eileen Atkins's one-womanstage performance recreates Virginia Woolf's talk to the womenof Newnham and Girton Colleges, Cambridge.)

___.  The Sayings of Virginia Woolf.  Ed.Luce Bonnerot.  London: George Duckworth, 1996.  ("Farfrom living in an ivory tower, concerned only with the poeticsof novel-writing, [Woolf] emerges from this collection of Sayingsas a witty, radical and deeply human commentator on the problemsof society, as well as a passionate believer in justice and equality.")
 

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