Bibliography ofWoolf Studies Published in 1997

The following is a compilation of scholarship on Virginia Woolfpublished in 1997.  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 1996, 1998,1999, 2000and 2001are also available. And checkout the "passing glances"to Woolf as well.

Special issues or volumes

Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 3, edited by Mark Husseyfor Pace University Press.  Individual essays are indexedbelow.

Virginia Woolf Miscellany, nos. 49 and 50 (Spring andFall 1997).  Peter Stansky, editor of the Spring issue, dedicatedit to the memory of Quentin Bell, who died, at age 86, in December1996.  "Woolf and Allusions" is the theme of theFall issue, edited by Jeanne Dubino.  Individual essays areindexed below.

Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the SixthAnnual Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Edited by DianeF. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins for Pace University Press. Individual chapters are indexed below.

The Virginia Woolf Review, no. 14, published by theVirginia Woolf Society of Japan, is indexed below.

Updated bibliography of VirginiaWoolf's work

The invaluable Woolf bibliography published in three editionsby B. J. Kirkpatrick is now available in a fourth edition coauthoredby Kirkpatrick and Stuart N. Clarke.  A Bibliography ofVirginia Woolf, 4th edition (Clarendon), is available in theU. K. and should soon be available in the U. S.

Other books of special note

Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, edited by EileenBarrett and Patricia Cramer (New York Univ. Press), is the firstbook devoted to Woolf as "one of the century's best-knownlesbians."  Emerging out of years of presentations andconversations at the annual Virginia Woolf Conferences and elsewhere,the collection "develops a range of reading practices thatshows how Woolf's private and public experience and knowledgeof same-sex love influence her writings," as Barrett writes. The thirteen personal and critical essays reflect the ways inwhich, in Cramer's words, "Virginia Woolf's life and workreflect that continual negotiation between truth and secrecy characteristicof gay life."  Individual chapters are indexed below.

Virginia Woolf and the Essay, edited by Beth CaroleRosenberg and Jeanne Dubino (St. Martin's), includes fourteennew essays addressing Woolf's brilliant, public, prolific, buthistorically underappreciated career as an essayist.  "Woolfused the essay not only to put forth a theory of the novel orcomment on literary history but to comment on experience itselfthrough writing that addresses social, biographical, and historicalmatters," the introduction tells us.  Individual chaptersare indexed below.

Barbara Green's Spectacular Confessions: Autobiography,Performative Activism, and the Sites of Suffrage 1905-1938(St. Martin's), devotes one chapter to Woolf.  In Ch. 4,"Virginia Woolf, Fascism, and Revisions of Spectacle,"she analyzes the "private archive" documenting radicalfeminist activity that Woolf kept in conjunction with writingThree Guineas within the broad context of the suffragemovement.

Unmanning Modernism: Gendered Re-Readings, edited byElizabeth Jane Harrison and Shirley Peterson (Univ. of TennesseePress), "joins a growing chorus emerging since the 1970sthat invites readers to reevaluate the gender politics informingliterary modernism," according to the introduction. Four chapters, indexed below, engage with Woolf directly; othersare of related interest.

Charleston: A Bloomsbury House and Garden (Henry Holt),a stunningly beautiful and comprehensive book with photographsby Alen MacWeeney of Bloomsbury Reflections fame, is QuentinBell's last publication.  He did not live to finish it; itwas completed by his collaborator and daughter, Virginia Nicholson.

As part of BasicBooks' MasterMinds series, Howard Gardner focuseson Woolf in Extraordinary Minds:  Portraits of ExceptionalIndividuals and an Examination of Our Extraordinariness. Together with Mozart, Freud, and Gandhi, Woolf illustrates oneof the four types of "extraordinary minds" that Gardnerhas identified in his efforts "toward a science of extraordinariness." In Gardner's analysis, Mozart exemplifies the "master,"Freud the "maker," Gandhi the "influencer,"and Woolf the "introspector."  Although his scientificapproach may be off-putting to humanists, Gardner does at leastacknowledge that the boundaries he has set up are permeable. And in anticipation of the criticism that he is setting up a kindof "hero worship," he writes, "Indeed, an excessregard of heroes inevitably leads to the disillusion that plaguesthe former idealist.  But in the absence of such exemplars--howeverpartial, however flawed--we cannot even begin to think about morehuman forms of creativity, leadership, and spirituality."

Bloomsbury Pie:  The Making of the Bloomsbury Boom,by Regina Marler (Virago and Henry Holt), is a controversial newhistory of the Bloomsbury movement calculated (judging by itsinformal tone and documentation) to appeal to the common reader. Writing in The Guardian, Lindsay Duguid calls it "shrewdand stimulating"; Humphrey Carpenter in the Sunday Timescalls it a "witty account of an inevitable but, on the whole,deplorable literary industry."  Review it for yourself.

Woolf's story "The Widow and the Parrot" is includedin Murder and Other Acts of Literature: Twenty-Four Unforgettableand Chilling Stories by Some of the World's Best-Loved, Most CelebratedWriters, ed. Michele Slung (St. Martin's).  The story"provides a quaint village episode more reminiscent of MissMarple than Mrs. Dalloway," says the foreword.

The Bloomsbury Heritage Series, edited by Jean Moorcroft Wilsonfor Cecil Woolf Publishers, published five monographs in 1997:

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

Virginia Woolf has been discovered by the Dover "dollar"series.  Dover Thrift Editions in 1997 published Woolf'sMonday or Tuesday:  Eight Stories, republishing theHarcourt edition of 1921.  Priced at $1, this edition issuitable for classroom use.  (The cover, by Teresa Delgado,is a nice tribute to Vanessa Bell's work.)

Multimedia

A British film version of Mrs. Dalloway had its unofficialAmerican premiere at the Seventh Annual Virginia Woolf Conferencein June 1997.  Directed by Marleen Gorris, produced by LisaKatselas Pare and Stephen Bayly, with a screenplay by Eileen Atkins,the film stars Vanessa Redgrave, Natascha McElhone, Rupert Graves,and Michael Kitchen.  After an official premiere at the TorontoFilm Festival in September, the film was generally released inFebruary 1998.  Harcourt Brace has brought out a new paperbackof the novel as a movie tie-in.

Also at the Seventh Annual Virginia Woolf Conference, StephenPelton of the Stephen Pelton Dance Theater performed his own versionof Woolf's "The Death of the Moth."

The Waves was adapted for the stage and performed inApril 1997 at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London.  AbigailDocherty, who rendered the adaptation, was the sole performer;the director was Abigail Anderson and sound design was by MartinBygraves.  Sponsored by Crowd Proud Productions.

The New Theatre in Charlestown, Massachusetts, presented EdnaO'Brien's "Virginia" June 5-8, 1997.  Directedby Tom Burke-Kaiser, graduating New Theatre Conservatory directingstudent; with Helen McElwain, Jeffrey Nones, and Allison Glenzer..

Dominick Argento's "From the Diary of Virginia Woolf"was issued in April 1997 on a new CD from d'Note of Sausalito,California.  This never-before-released recording of thepremiere performance of this 1975 Pulitzer Prize-winning compositionfeatures Dame Janet Baker, soprano, and Martin Isepp, piano. (The work was composed for Baker's voice.)  The disc alsoincludes songs by Hugo Wolf, Gabriel Fauré, Henry Duparc,and Claude Débussy.  For more information, call (800)995-2657.

The Ashley Adams Trio has produced a CD called Flowers forMrs. Dalloway.  Phillip Greenlief plays winds and marimba,with Ashley Adams on double bass and Michael Dumonceau on drums. Published by Evander Music, 3248 Folsom Street #2, San Francisco,California USA 94110; phone (415) 826-4797.

Book not out yet

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 1999, American readers still await its publication by HarcourtBrace.

Books

Anderson, Gwen.  Ethel Smyth:  The Burning Rose:A Brief Biography.  London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage],1997.

Anderson, Linda R.  Women and Autobiography in theTwentieth Century:  Remembered Futures.  London& New York: Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1997.

Barrett, Eileen, and Patricia Cramer, eds.  VirginiaWoolf:  Lesbian Readings.  The Cutting Edge--LesbianLife and Literature Series.  New York:  New York Univ.Press, 1997.

Beer, Gillian.  Virginia Woolf:  The Common Ground. Ann Arbor:  Univ. of Michigan Press, 1997.  (Paperback;hardback 1996).

Bell, Clive.  Roger Fry: Anecdotes, for the Use ofa Future Biographer, Illustrating Certain Peculiarities of theLate Roger Fry.  Ed. Diane F. Gillespie.  London:Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1997.

Bell, Quentin, and Virginia Nicholson.  Charleston:A Bloomsbury House and Garden.  Photos by Alen MacWeeney. New York: Henry Holt, 1997.

Bowlby, Rachel.  Feminist Destinations and FurtherEssays on Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Columbia Univ.Press, 1997.  (Paperback; the original Feminist Destinationswas published by Basil Blackwell in 1988.)

Brosnan, Leila.  Reading Virginia Woolf's Essays andJournalism:  Breaking the Surface of Silence.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univ. Press, 1997.

Bruyn, Sabine.  Virginia Woolf: Een bibliografie vantijdschriftartikelen, 1991-1995.  Amsterdam: Hogeschoolvan Amsterdam, Faculteit Economie en Informatie, 1997.  (Anannotated bibliography of Woolf criticism published in Dutch andEnglish-language journals for the period indicated.  Onlyarticles available in Dutch libraries are listed [137 referencestotal].  An index of names and titles is included. Abstracts, profile of Woolf, etc. are in Dutch.  Commissionedby the University of Amsterdam [catalogue accessible at http://www.pica.nl/].)

Chapman, Wayne, and Janet Manson, eds.  Leonard andVirginia Woolf Working Together and the Hitherto Unpublished Manuscript"In'l Re'ns." London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage],1997.

Cheng, Yuan-Jung.  Heralds of the Postmodern: Madness and Fiction in Conrad, Woolf, and Lessing.  NewYork:  Peter Lang, 1997.

Dusinberre, Juliet.  Virginia Woolf's Renaissance:Woman Reader or Common Reader?  Iowa City:  Univ.of Iowa Press, 1997.

Gardner, Howard.  Extraordinary Minds:  Portraitsof Exceptional Individuals and an Examination of Our Extraordinariness. New York:  BasicBooks, 1997.

Gillespie, Diane F., and Leslie K. Hankins, eds.  VirginiaWoolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.

Gimenez Bartlett, Alicia.  Una habitacion ajena. Barcelona:  Lumen, 1997.

Green, Barbara.  Spectacular Confessions: Autobiography,Performative Activism, and the Sites of Suffrage, 1905-1938. New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  (See headnote above.)

Harrison, Elizabeth Jane, and Shirley Peterson, eds. Unmanning Modernism: Gendered Re-Readings.  Knoxville:Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1997.

Harrison, Suzan.  Eudora Welty and Virginia Woolf: Gender, Genre, and Influence.  Baton Rouge:  LouisianaState Univ. Press, 1997.

Holmesland, Oddvar.  Form as Compensation for Life: Fictive Patterns in Virginia Woolf's Novels.  Columbia,S.C.:  Camden House, 1997.

Hughes, John.  Lines of Flight:  Reading Deleuzewith Hardy, Gissing, Conrad, Woolf.  Sheffield, U.K.: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997.

Kirkpatrick, B. J., and Stuart N. Clarke.  A Bibliographyof Virginia Woolf.  4th ed.  Oxford:  ClarendonPress, 1997.

Kitsi-Mitakou, Katerina K.  Feminist Readings of theBody in Virginia Woolf's Novels.  Thessaloniki: AristotleUniversity of Thessaloniki, 1997.

Lee, Hermione.  Virginia Woolf.  London: Chatto& Windus, 1996; New York: Knopf, 1997.

Marcus, Laura.  Virginia Woolf.  Plymouth,U.K.:  Northcote House, 1997.  ("Writers and TheirWork" series, in association with the British Council.)

Marler, Regina.  Bloomsbury Pie:  The Making ofthe Bloomsbury Boom.  London: Virago; New York: Henry Holt, 1997.

Maze, J. R.  Virginia Woolf:  Feminism, Creativity,and the Unconscious.  Contributions to the Study of WorldLiterature, no. 84.  Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1997.

Miletic-Vejzovic, Laila.  A Library of One's Own: The Library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf.  London: CecilWoolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1997.

Nalbantian, Suzanne.  Aesthetic Autobiography: From Life to Art in Marcel Proust, James Joyce, Virginia Woolfand Anaïs Nin. New York:  St. Martin's, 1997.

Nikolchina, Miglena.  Meaning and Matricide: ReadingWoolf via Kristeva.  Sofia, Bulg.: Sofia University Press,1997.

Olson, Barbara K.  Authorial Divinity in the TwentiethCentury: Omniscient Narration in Woolf, Hemingway, and Others.Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell Univ. Press, 1997.

Rosenberg, Beth Carole, and Jeanne Dubino, eds.  VirginiaWoolf and the Essay.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.

Smith, Patricia Juliana.  Lesbian Panic:  Homoeroticismin Modern British Women's Fiction.  New York:  ColumbiaUniv. Press, 1997.

Stansky, Peter.  William Morris and Bloomsbury. London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1997.

Winterson, Jeanette.  Art Objects:  Essays onEcstasy and Effrontery.  New York:  Vintage, 1997. (Paperback; hardback 1995.)  (Ten interlocking essays thatare deeply engaged with Woolf's work, especially Orlandoand The Waves.  Leave it to Winterson to write a bookthat is difficult to classify; it could also pass as a "passingglance."  If you would like to contribute your commentsin that forum, please do.)

Journal articles, book chapters,and notes

Allan, Tuzyline Jita.  "The Death of Sex and theSoul in Mrs. Dalloway and Nella Larsen's Passing." In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrettand Patricia Cramer.  New York:  New York Univ. Press,1997.  95-113.

d'Aquila, Ulysses.  "Lawrence, Sex, and Bloomsbury." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 6-7.

Atkins, Eileen.  "Playing Virginia."  CharlestonMagazine, Autumn/Winter 1997, 13-18.

Banks, Joanne Trautmann.  "Reid's Redating." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 50 (Fall 1997): 7-8.  (Aresponse, by the coeditor of Woolf's published letters, to therevised dating of Woolf's suicide letters proposed by Reid andreviewed by Edward Hungerford in the same issue of the Miscellany.)

Barber, Stephen.  "Lip-Reading: Woolf's Secret Encounters." In Novel Gazing: Queer Readings in Fiction, ed. Eve KosofskySedgwick.  Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press, 1997.  401-43.

Barrett, Eileen, and Patricia Cramer.  Introduction toVirginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrettand Patricia Cramer.  New York:  New York Univ. Press,1997.  3-9.

___.  "Unmasking Lesbian Passion: The Inverted Worldof Mrs. Dalloway. In Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings, ed.  Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997.  146-64.

Bellamy, Suzanne.  "The Pattern behind the Words." In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrettand Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997. 21-36.

Bennett, Alma.  "Introductory Remarks for 'A LittleNight Music and Drama.'"  In Virginia Woolf and theArts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference onVirginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  99-105.  (Introducingthe conference performances of Dame Ethel Smyth's Mass in D [LindaKaren Smith, mezzo-soprano; Alma Bennett, piano]; Smyth's "Marchof the Women" [directed by Smith, performed by everyone];and Dominick Argento's "From the Diary of Virginia Woolf"[Noelle Woods, mezzo-soprano; Barbara Brenton Sahr, piano].)

Blackmer, Corrine E.  "Lesbian Modernism in the ShorterFiction of Virginia Woolf and Gertrude Stein."  InVirginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrettand Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997. 78-94.

Blodgett, Harriett.  "Food for Thought in VirginiaWoolf's Novels." Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 46-60.

Bowlby, Rachel.  "The Work of Women's Studies." Surfaces 7, no. 104 (1997).  (This is an on-line journalpublished at the University of Montréal, at http://pum12.pum.umontreal.ca/revues/surfaces/vol7/bowlby.html. Bowlby offers "thinking back through Woolf" as "away of trying to think forwards in the futures of feminism andwomen's studies" in this essay, which evolved from a conferenceon feminism held in Spring 1995 at Indiana University.  Seealso Feminism beside Itself, ed. Diane Elam and Robyn Wiegman[Routledge, 1995].)

Bradshaw, David.  "British Writers and Anti-Fascismin the 1930s, Part I: The Bray and Drone of Tortured Voices." Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 3-27.

___.  "Vicious Circles: Hegel, Bosanquet and TheVoyage Out."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  183-91.

Brosnan, Leila.  "'Words Fail Me': Virginia Woolfand the Wireless."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  134-41.

Caramagno, Thomas C.  "The Lure of Reductionism inPsychological Treatments of Woolf's Life."  In VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. 320-26.

Carubia, Josephine M.  "'The Higgledy-Piggledy' Puzzle:A Fractal Analysis of the Patterns of Patterns in Virginia Woolf'sFiction."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  260-68.

Caws, Mary Ann.  "Mallarmé and Woolf." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 5.

Chapman, Wayne.  "The Conference and InternationalSymposium: An Overview."  Introduction to VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. xx-xxix.

Childs, Donald J.  "Mrs. Dalloway's Unexpected Guests:Virginia Woolf, T. S. Eliot, and Matthew Arnold."  ModernLanguage Quarterly 58 (1997): 63-82.

Cole, Sarah.  "The Ambivalence of the Outsider: VirginiaWoolf and Male Friendship."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  191-97.

Connolly, Margaret.  "Meredith, Woolf, and the Artof Comedy."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  197-205.

Cramer, Patricia.  Introduction to Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997.  117-27.

___.  "'Pearls and the Porpoise': The Years--ALesbian Memoir."  In Virginia Woolf:  LesbianReadings, ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer.  NewYork: New York Univ. Press, 1997.  222-40.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba.  "Virginia Woolf and the Varietiesof Historicist Experience."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino. New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  59-77.

Daugherty, Beth Rigel.  "Readin', Writin', and Revisin':Virginia Woolf's 'How Should One Read a Book?'"  InVirginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  159-75.

___.  "Teaching Mrs. Dalloway and Praisesongfor the Widow as a Pair."  In Virginia Woolfand the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  175-82.

Dick, Susan.  "Virginia Woolf's 'The Cook.'" Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 122-42.

Doi, Yuko.  "The Image of Rooms as Stratified Structurein The Voyage Out.Virginia Woolf Review14 (1997): 28-29.  (In English.)

Dubino, Jeanne.  "Rambling through A Room of One'sOwn vs. Marching through I. A. Richards's Practical Criticism:On the Essay as an Anti-institutional Form."  In VirginiaWoolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  283-91.

___.  "Virginia Woolf: From Book Reviewer to LiteraryCritic, 1904-1918."  In Virginia Woolf and the Essay,ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St.Martin's, 1997.  25-40.

Edson, Laura Gwyn.  "Kicking off her Knickers: VirginiaWoolf's Rejection of Clothing as Realistic Detail." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  119-24.

Fernald, Anne E.  "Pleasure and Belief in 'Phasesof Fiction.'"  In Virginia Woolf and the Essay,ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St.Martin's, 1997.  193-211.

Flesher, Erika.  "Picturing the Truth in Fiction:Re-visionary Biography and the Illustrative Portraits for Orlando." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  39-47.

Freeman, B. C.  "Moments of Beating: Addiction andInscription in Virginia Woolf's 'A Sketch of the Past' ('Momentsof Being')." Diacritics 27 (1997): 65-76.

Fuegi, John, and Jo Francis.  "The Making of TheWar Within."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  206-17.  (Introducing and discussingthe film The War Within, which was shown at the conference.)

Fukushima, Hiroko.  "Do Androginies Dream of ElectronicWoolf?  A Feminist's Internet Approaches."  VirginiaWoolf Review 14 (1997): 84-97.  (In Japanese.)

Galstad, Alison Ames.  "Dame Ethel Smyth: ComposingHer Life."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  166-74.  (Includes Smyth discography.)

Gillespie, Diane F., and Leslie K. Hankins.  "TheConference Consciousness."  Introduction to VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. xiii-xix.

Gough, Val.  "'With Some Irony in her Interrogation':Woolf's Ironic Mysticism."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  85-90.

Greene, Sally.  "Brownean Motion in 'Solid Objects.'" Virginia Woolf Miscellany 50 (Fall 1997): 2-3.

___.  "Entering Woolf's Renaissance Imaginary: ASecond Look at The Second Common Reader."  InVirginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  81-95.

___.  "Notes on a Vanishing Point."  InVirginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from theSixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespieand Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press,1997.  29-31.  (Considers a CD-ROM project on Woolfthat Harcourt Brace initiated but has not carried out.)

___.  "Virginia Woolf and the Courtier's Art: TheRenaissance Wit of A Room of One's Own."  InVirginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from theSixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespieand Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press,1997.  292-301.

Hankins, Leslie Kathleen.  "Orlando: 'A PrecipiceMarked V' between 'A Miracle of Discretion' and 'Lovemaking Unbelievable: Indiscretions Incredible.'"  In Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997.  180-202.

Hanson, Clare.  "Virginia Woolf in the House of Love:Compulsory Heterosexuality in The Years." Journalof Gender Studies 6 (1997): 55-62.

Harris, Andrea L.  "'This Difference . . . this Identity. . . Was Overcome': Merging Masculine and Feminine in VirginiaWoolf's The Waves."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  350-57.

Harris, S. C.  "The Ethics of Indecency: Censorship,Sexuality, and the Voice of the Academy in the Narration of Jacob'sRoom." Twentieth-Century Literature 43 (1997):420-38.

Harvey, Kathryn.  "Historical Notes on Woolf andthe Women's International League."  In Virginia Woolfand the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  142-49.

Haule, James M.  "Virginia Woolf under a Microscope." Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 143-59.  (A commentaryon the making of Woolf concordances.)

Henry, Holly.  "Nebulous Networks: Woolf's Rethinkingof Jeans's Analogy of the Scientist as Artist."  InVirginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from theSixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespieand Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press,1997.  268-76.

Hoff, Molly.  "Coming of Age in Mrs. Dalloway.Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 95-121.

___.  "Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway.The Explicator 55 (1997): 215-19.

Hovey, Jaime.  "Kissing a Negress in the Dark,: Englishnessas a Masquerade in Woolf,s Orlando.PMLA112 (1997): 383-404.

Howard, Susan E.  "Virginia Woolf and Toni Morrison:The Intersection of Discourse Communities in The Wavesand The Bluest Eye."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  150-57.

Hungerford, Edward A.  "'Deeply and Consciously Affected. . .': Virginia Woolf's Reviews of the Romantic Poets." In Virginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  97-115.

Ichimura, Urara.  "The Years Reconsidered:Delia's Party as an Aspect of 'Hopeful Chaos.'"  VirginiaWoolf Review 14 (1997): 30-44.  (In English.)

Ishikawa, Yuli.  "The Square upon the Oblong: Man-madeOrder and Its Fiction in The Waves.VirginiaWoolf Review 14 (1997): 45-65.  (In English.)

Jacobsen, Sally A.  "Four Stages in Woolf's Ideaof Comedy: A Sense of Joviality and Magnanimity."  InVirginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  215-33.

Johnson, George M.  "A Haunted House: Ghostly Presencesin Woolf's Essays and Early Fiction."  In VirginiaWoolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and JeanneDubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  235-54.

Johnston, Georgia.  "Class Performance in Betweenthe Acts: Audiences for Miss La Trobe and Mrs. Manresa." Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 61-75.

___.  "Virginia Woolf Revising Roger Fry into theFrames of 'A Sketch of the Past.'"  Biography20 (1997): 284-301.

Kato, Megumi.  "The Milk Problem in To the Lighthouse."Virginia Woolf Miscellany 50 (Fall 1997): 5.

Kaufmann, Michael.  "A Modernism of One's Own: VirginiaWoolf's TLS Reviews and Eliotic Modernism." In Virginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  137-55.

Laing, Katherine S.  "Addressing Femininity in theTwenties: Virginia Woolf and Rebecca West on Money, Mirrors andMasquerade."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  66-75.

Lambert, Elizabeth.  "Mrs. Dalloway Meets Robot Maria." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  277-82.

LeMay, E.  "'Continuum.' 1. 'Virginia Woolf and Memory.'"Antioch Review 55 (1997): 462-63.  (Poem.)

Lilienfeld, Jane.  "'The Gift of a China Inkpot': Violet Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Gaskell, CharlotteBrontë, and the Love of Women in Writing."  InVirginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrettand Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997. 37-56.

Long, Jean.  "The Awkward Break: Woolf's Readingof Brontë and Austen in A Room of One's Own.Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 76-94.

Low, Lisa.  "Refusing to Hit Back: Virginia Woolfand the Impersonality Question."  In Virginia Woolfand the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino. New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  257-73.

___.  "Woolf's Allusions to Hedda Gabler in TheVoyage Out." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 50 (Fall1997): 3-4.

Luckhurst, Nicola.  "'Vogue [. . .] Is Going to Takeup Mrs. Woolf; to Boom Her. . . .'"  In VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. 75-84.

Mae-Maruyama, Kyoko.  "Mrs. Dalloway and aView of Religion in the Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain." Virginia Woolf Review 14 (1997): 1-27.  (In Japanese.)

Marchi, Dudley M.  "Virginia Woolf Crossing the Bordersof History, Culture, and Gender: The Case of Montaigne, Pater,and Gournay." Comparative Literature Studies 34 (1997):1-30.

Mares, Cheryl J.  "'The Burning Ground of the Present':Woolf and Her Contemporaries."  In Virginia Woolfand the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino. New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  117-36.

May, Rachel.  "Sensible Elocution: How TranslationWorks in and upon Punctuation."  Translator 3(1997): 1-20.  (Focuses on To the Lighthouse as wellas some works by William Faulkner.)

McCue, Megan.  "Confronting Modernity: Virginia Woolfand Walter Benjamin."  In Virginia Woolf and theArts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference onVirginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  310-19.

McNaron, Toni A. H.  "A Lesbian Reading of VirginiaWoolf." In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed.Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ.Press, 1997.  10-20.

McNees, Eleanor.  "Colonizing Virginia Woolf: Scrutinyand Contemporary Cultural Views."  In Virginia Woolfand the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino. New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  41-58.

Menchaca, Frank.  "The Virtual Aleph of VirginiaWoolf: Developing Major Authors on CD-ROM: Virginia Woolf." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  27-28.

Minow-Pinkney, Makiko.  "'How Then Does Light Returnto the World after the Eclipse of the Sun? Miraculously, Frailly':A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Woolf's Mysticism." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  90-98.

Moran, Patricia.  "The Cat Is out of the Bag, andIt Is a Male: Desmond MacCarthy and the Writing of A Room ofOne,s Own."  In Essays on Transgressive Readings:Reading over the Lines, ed. Georgia Johnston.  Lewiston,N.Y.: Edwin Mellen, 1997.  34-55.

Morgan, Geneviève Sanchis.  "Pouring Out Teaand Emptying Chamber Pots: Woolf, Carrington and the DomesticFront."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  SelectedPapers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  112-18.

___.  "The Hostess and the Seamstress: Virginia Woolf'sCreation of a Domestic Modernism."  In UnmanningModernism:  Gendered Re-readings, ed. Elizabeth JaneHarrison and Shirley Peterson.  Knoxville: Univ. of TennesseePress, 1997.  90-104.

Neverow, Vara.  "'Tak[ing] Our Stand Openly underthe Lamps of Picadilly Circus': Footnoting the Influence of JosephineButler on Three Guineas."  In Virginia Woolfand the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  13-24.

Nikolchina, Miglena, and Merry Pawlowski.  "A PreliminaryBibliographic Guide to the Footnotes of Three Guineas.Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 170-210.

Norton, Ann V.  "The Modernist and the Method: Correspondencesbetween Virginia Woolf and Constantin Stanislavski." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  327-34.

Olsen, Victoria C.  "Family Fictions: Virginia Woolfand Julia Margaret Cameron."  Virginia Woolf Miscellany49 (Spring 1997): 5.

Oxendine, Annette.  "Rhoda Submerged: Lesbian Suicidein The Waves."  In Virginia Woolf:  LesbianReadings, ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer.  NewYork: New York Univ. Press, 1997.  203-21.

Partridge, Frances.  "Head, Heart and Hands of Bloomsbury."Virginia Woolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 2.  (OnQuentin Bell; rpt. from The Guardian, 19 Dec. 1996.)

Paul, Marian O'Brien.  "The Voyage Out:  A Poem." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  237-42.

Pawlowski, Merry M.  "On Feminine Subjectivity andFascist Ideology: The 'Sex-War' between Virginia Woolf and WyndhamLewis."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  SelectedPapers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  243-51.

Pawlowski, Merry M., and Vara Neverow.  "The ThreeGuineas Archive: A Hypertext Edition of Virginia Woolf's ReadingNotebooks."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  25-28.

Perkins, Wendy.  "Virginia Woolf's Dialogues withthe 'New Woman.'"  In Family Matters in the Britishand American Novel, ed. Andrea O'Reilly Herrera, ElizabethMahn Nollen, and Sheila Reitzel Foor.  Bowling Green, Ohio:Popular Press, 1997.  149-66.

Pidduck, Julianne.  "Travels with Sally Potter'sOrlando: Gender, Narrative, Movement."  Screen 38(1997): 172-89.

Piggford, George.  "'Who's that Girl?' Annie Lennox,Woolf's Orlando and Female Camp Androgyny." Mosaic 30 (1997): 39-58.

Powers, Elizabeth.  "The Stain on Vanessa Stephen'sDress." Commentary (New York) 104, no. 5 (1997): 43-48.

Putzel, Steven D.  "Frame, Focus and Reflection:Virginia Woolf's Legacy to Women Playwrights."  In VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. 252-59

Rado, Lisa.  "Would the Real Virginia Woolf PleaseStand Up?  Feminist Criticism, the Androgyny Debates, andOrlando. Women's Studies:  An InterdisciplinaryJournal 26 (1997): 147-69.

Reid, Panthea.  "Troublesomeness and Guilt: New Evidencefrom 1895." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 50 (Fall 1997):2.

Rosenberg, Beth Carole, and Jeanne Dubino.  Introductionto Virginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.

Ruotolo, Lucio.  "In Pursuit of Freshwater:An Introduction."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  105-9.  (Introducing the ClemsonPlayers' performance of Freshwater at the conference.)

___.  "Remembering Quentin Bell."  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 3-4.

Sandbach-Dahlström, Catherine.  "'Que scais-je?':Virginia Woolf and the Essay as Feminist Critique." In Virginia Woolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenbergand Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St. Martin's, 1997.  275-93.

Sarker, Sonita.  "An Unharmonious Trio? Georg Lukács,Music, and Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  158-65.

Schiff, Karen.  "Moments of Reading and Woolf's LiteraryCriticism."  In Virginia Woolf and the Essay,ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino.  New York: St.Martin's, 1997.  177-92.

Schrecker, T.  "Money Matters: A Reality Check, withHelp from Virginia Woolf."  Social Indicators Research40 (1997): 99-123.  (Abstract: "This article providesa qualified defence of economic indicators of human well being. Purchasing power obviously matters as a prerequisite for obtainingbasic needs; abundant examples of human behaviour even in therichest countries in the world suggest that it matters for manyother reasons, as well.  Despite the shortcomings of indicatorslike GDP and GNP, richer nations [like richer individuals] haveoptions that are simply not available to poorer ones.  Aparticularly serious limitation of such indicators arises fromtheir failure to take into account the distribution of incomeand wealth, both within and among nations.  Higher incomedoes not automatically lead to increased well being, but extremecaution is in order about attempts to dismiss its contribution,or to pathologize certain forms of consumption.  While arguingthe merits of a lifestyle less organized around consumption, proponentsof sustainable development must acknowledge the strength of theevidence that money matters.")

Searls, Damion.  "Marbot's Memoirs and Mrs. Dalloway." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 50 (Fall 1997): 4.

Sherard, Tracey.  "Voyage through The Waves:Woolf's Kaleidoscope of the 'Unpresentable.'"  In VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. 125-33.

Sizemore, Christine W.  "Virginia Woolf as ModernistForemother in Maureen Duffy's Play A Nightingale in BloomsburySquare."  In Unmanning Modernism:  GenderedRe-readings, ed. Elizabeth Jane Harrison and Shirley Peterson. Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1997.  117-32.

Smith, Patricia Juliana.  "'The Things People Don'tSay':  Lesbian Panic in The Voyage Out.In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. EileenBarrett and Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press,1997.  128-45.

Snaith, Anna.  "'Curious Slides and Arrests': Classand Colonialism in the Relationship between Katherine Mansfieldand Virginia Woolf."  In Lectures d'une oeuvre: SelectedStories de Katherine Mansfield. Paris: Editions du Temps,1997.  143-58.

___.  "Virginia Woolf's Narrative Strategies: Negotiatingbetween Public and Private."  Journal of Modern Literature22 (1997): 133-48.

Spalding, Frances.  "Professor Quentin Bell." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 3.  (Rpt.from The Independent, 18 Dec. 1996.)

Springer, JoAnn.  "Unhousing the Self: Virtual Spacein Between the Acts."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  218-27.

Stansky, Peter.  "Memories of Quentin." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 1-2.

Stape, J. H.  "'The Man at Worthing' and the Authorof 'the Most Insipid Verse She Had Ever Read in Her Life': TwoAllusions in Orlando." Virginia Woolf Miscellany50 (Fall 1997): 5-6.

Staveley, Alice.  "'Kew Will Do': Cultivating Fictionsof Kew Gardens."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  57-66.

Swanson, Diana.  "An Antigone Complex? The PoliticalPsychology of The Years and Three Guineas.Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 28-44.

___.  "Safe Space or Danger Zone?  Incest andthe Paradox of Writing in Woolf's Life."  In CreatingSafe Space:  Violence and Women's Writing, ed. TomokoKuribayashi and Julie Tharp.  Albany:  State Univ. ofNew York Press, 1997.  79-99.

Taddeo, Julie.  "A Modernist Romance? Lytton Stracheyand the Women of Bloomsbury."  In Unmanning Modernism: Gendered Re-readings, ed. Elizabeth Jane Harrison and ShirleyPeterson.  Knoxville: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1997. 132-52.

Taketani, Kikuo.  "A Bibliography of Virginia WoolfStudies in Japan." Virginia Woolf Review 14 (1997):73-83.  (In Japanese.)

Tratner, Michael.  "The Value of Difference: Economics,Genders and War in Three Guineas."  In VirginiaWoolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and LeslieK. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997. 302-9.

Tylee, Claire M.  "The Spectacle of War: Photographsof the Russian Front by Florence Farmborough."  Women: A Cultural Review 8 (1997): 65-80.  (Includes discussionof A Room of One's Own.)

Vanita, Ruth.  "Bringing Buried Things to Light:Homoerotic Alliances in To the Lighthouse." In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. EileenBarrett and Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press,1997.  165-79.

Weintraub, Stanley.  "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Virginia and G.B.S."  Charleston Magazine, Autumn/Winter1997, 19-29.

Wachman, Gay.  "Pink Icing and a Narrow Bed: Mrs.Dalloway and Lesbian History."  In Virginia Woolfand the Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  344-50.

Walker, Brandy Brown.  "Lily's Last Stroke: Paintingin Process in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse." In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  Selected Papers fromthe Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F.Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York:  Pace Univ.Press, 1997.  32-38.

Webb, Caroline.  "The Room as Laboratory: The Genderof Science and Literature in Modernist Polemics."  InModernism, Gender, and Culture:  A Cultural Studies Approach, ed. Lisa Rado.  New York:  Garland, 1997.  337-52.

Weil, Lise.  "Entering a Lesbian Field of Vision:To the Lighthouse and Between the Acts." In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrettand Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997. 241-58.

Westman, Karin E.  "History as Drama: Towards a FeministMaterialist Historiography."  In Virginia Woolf andthe Arts:  Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York:  Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  335-43.

Whitworth, Michael.  "'The Indian and His Cross'in Mrs. Dalloway. Virginia Woolf Miscellany49 (Spring 1997): 4.

Winston, Janet.  "Reading Influences: Homoeroticismand Mentoring in Katherine Mansfield's 'Carnation' and VirginiaWoolf's 'Moments of Being: "Slater's Pins Have No Points."'" In Virginia Woolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. EileenBarrett and Patricia Cramer.  New York: New York Univ. Press,1997.  57-77.

Wussow, Helen.  "Travesties of Excellence: JuliaMargaret Cameron, Lytton Strachey, Virginia Woolf, and the PhotographicImage."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts:  SelectedPapers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  48-56.

Yokas, E.  "Beyond Therapy: Ramsay's Journey throughPsychoanalysis."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1997.  228-36.

Young, Suzanne.  "The Unnatural Object of ModernistAesthetics: Artifice in Woolf's Orlando."  InUnmanning Modernism:  Gendered Re-readings, ed. ElizabethJane Harrison and Shirley Peterson.  Knoxville: Univ. ofTennessee Press, 1997.  168-87.

Dissertations

Blythe, Victoria Anne J.  "The Literary MonumentRetroped: Virginia Woolf and the Poetics of the Crypt." Ph.D. diss., New York Univ., 1997.

Carstens, Lisa Ann.  "Tiresias in the Twentieth Century:Sex Change, Gender Politics, and Cultural Authority in Eliot,Joyce, and Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of California,Irvine, 1997.

DaRosa, Marc Joseph.  "The Newspaper, the Novel,and the Project of Modernism: Reflections of Journalistic Formand Authority in James, Woolf and Joyce."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, 1997.

Detloff, Madelyn.  "Production of the Past: RevisionaryHistoriography in the Writing of H.D., Gertrude Stein, and VirginiaWoolf."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara,1997.

Edson Puolo, Laura Gwyn.  "Abstract Images of Clothingin the Psychological Novels of William Faulkner and Virginia Woolf." Ph.D. diss., institution unknown, 1997.

Flesher, Erika Anne.  "'I SawHis Face': Verbal and Visual Portraiture in Modernist Literature." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of California, Irvine, 1997.  (ConsidersWoolf along with Langston Hughes and James Joyce.)

Hama, Mark Louis.  "Time and Power:The Social Construction of Time in Modern Fiction." Ph.D. diss., Tulane Univ., 1997.  (Considers Mrs. Dallowaytogether with Conrad's Secret Agent and James's Ambassadors.)

Hill, Lisa Lynn Daniel.  "(Re)Reading Woolf and Writing:Implications for a Postmodern Composition Pedagogy." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Texas at Arlington, 1997.

Naccarato, Peter Francis.  "Making Literature inthe Age of Science: Woolf, Freud, and Disciplinarity." Ph.D. diss., State Univ.of New York, Stony Brook, 1997.

Richards, Diane Lee.  "Crossing Boundaries: Genre,Voice, and Marginality in the Monologues of Robert Browning, WilliamFaulkner, and Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. ofCalifornia, Berkeley, 1997.

Schraefel, Monica M.C.  "Talking with Antigone." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Victoria, 1997.

Smashey, Melinda Ruth.  "The Relationshipof the Piano Accompaniments to the Texts and Vocal Lines in DominickArgento's 'From the Diary of Virginia Woolf.'"  Ph.D.diss., Univ. of Missouri, Kansas City, 1997.

Sokoloff, Margery Lyn.  "The NothingThat Was: Trauma at Home in the Works of George Eliot, RebeccaWest and Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Yale Univ.,1997.  (Considers Mrs. Dalloway, Daniel Deronda, andThe Return of the Soldier.)

Vial, Anne Merriam.  "The Lifeof Narrative: Convention Redefined in the Lives and Fictions ofKatherine Mansfield, Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf." Ph.D. diss., Indiana Univ., 1997.

Villeneuve, Pierre-Éric.  "Modalitésépistolaires chez Virginia Woolf.  Vers une économiepolitique de l'aveu."  Ph.D. diss., Universitédu Quebec à Montréal, 1997.

Wilson, Anne Krichels.  "Revising the Lighthouse:Interrogations of Christian Narrative Models in the Literatureof the Transition."  Ph.d. diss., New York Univ., 1997.

Young, Suzanne Hamilton.  "'Myths Tongue-Tied withGirl-Talk': Sexuality and Aesthetics in 'Female' Modernism." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Virginia, 1997.  (Considers Orlandoas well as H.D.'s HERmione and Djuna Barnes's Ladies'Almanack.)

Master's theses

James, Gwendolyn L.  "Autonomy from Community: NewPossibilities for the Study of the Doppelganger."  Master'sthesis, Eastern Washington Univ., 1997.

Miller, Jennifer Lee.  "Imperialism Imperiled: TwoNovels of Virginia Woolf."  Master's thesis, Univ. ofNorth Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997.

Mizuo, Ayako.  "Problems of Identity in VirginiaWoolf's The Waves:  Rhoda and the Woman's Sentence." Master's thesis, Univ. of Wyoming, 1997.

Scaramuzzino, Amy.  "Rewriting Female Sexuality:Manipulations and Omissions in the Literary Biographies of Sapphoand Virginia Woolf."  Master's thesis, St. BonaventureUniv., 1997.

Stonewater, Jacque L.  "The Tolerance of Differencein Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway."  Master'sthesis, Stetson Univ., 1997.

Undergraduate theses

Evans, Katherine Ann.  "Creating the Artist's 'I':A Psychoanalytic Reading of Proust and Woolf."  Undergraduatehonors thesis, Smith College, 1997.

Gale, Karen.  "Perception Creates Art: (In the Handsof the Beholder, Art Is Created)."  Undergraduate thesis,Linfield College, 1997.  (Subject:  To the Lighthouse.)

Rayl, Tiffany.  "Lines and Boundaries: Rejectionand Transgressing Gender and Literary Form in Feminist Criticismand the Works of Virginia Woolf and Jeanette Winterson." Undergraduate honors thesis, Coe College, 1997.

Romero, Channette Marie.  "Appropriating History:Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts."  Undergraduatehonors thesis, College of William and Mary, 1997.

Reviews

Antor, H.  Review of Vita and Virginia: The Work andFriendship of V. Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, by SusanneRaitt.  Anglia-Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie115 (1997): 281-88.  (In German.)

Barrett, Eileen, and Patricia Cramer.  Review of Artand Affection: A Life of Virginia Woolf, by Panthea Reid. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Book Review,12 Jan. 1997, 7-8.

___.  Review of Bloomsbury Pie: The Making of the BloomsburyBoom, by Regina Marler.  San Francisco Sunday Examinerand Chronicle Book Review, 9 Nov. 1997, 9.

___.  Review of Refiguring Modernism, Vol. 1: The Womenof 1928 and Vol. 2: Postmodern Feminist Readings of Woolf,West, and Barnes, by Bonnie Kime Scott.  Woolf StudiesAnnual 3 (1997): 224-29.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by Hermione Lee.San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Book Review,22 June 1997, 8.

Caughie, Pamela.  Review of Passions of the Voice:Hysteria, Narrative, and The Figure of the Speaking Woman, 1850-1915,by Clare Kahane.  Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 230-34.

Charles, Anne. "Modernism Modified." Rev. of RefiguringModernism: The Women of 1928, Refiguring Modernism: PostmodernReadings of Woolf, West, and Barnes by Bonnie Kime Scott;The Gender of Modernity by Rita Felski, and H.D. andthe Victorian Fin de Siècle: Gender, Modernism and Decadenceby Cassandra Laity. NWSA Journal 9 (Fall 1997) 174-82.

Davies, Stevie.  Review of The Unknown Virginia Woolf,by Roger Poole and Virginia Woolf, by James King. Journal of Gender Studies 6 (1997): 92-94.

Davis-Clapper, Laura.  "Virginia Woolf:  Bearingthe Burdens of the Past."  Review of Virginia Woolf,by James King. Review 19 (1997): 161-84.

Frosch, W. A.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by HermioneLee. American Journal of Psychiatry 154 (1997): 1775-76.

Garvey, J. X. K.  Review of Word of Mouth: Body Languagein Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf, by Patricia Moran. Modern Fiction Studies 43 (1997): 1024-27.

Grey, S. H.  Review of Anglo-American Feminist Challengesto the Rhetorical Traditions: Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly, AdrienneRich, by Krista Ratcliffe. Quarterly Journal of Speech83 (1997): 247-49.

Heilbrun, Carolyn G.  Review of Virginia Woolf, byHermione Lee.  Charleston Magazine, Spring/Summer1997, 41-45.

Hungerford, Edward A.  Review of Art and Affection:A Life of Virginia Woolf, by Panthea Reid.  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 50 (1997): 6-7.

Kitagawa, Yoriko.  Review of Virginia Woolf: The CommonGround, by Gillian Beer.  Virginia Woolf Review14 (1997): 66-69.  (In Japanese.)

LaGuardia, C., and E. Tallent.  Review of Major Authorson CD-ROM: Virginia Woolf, ed. Mark Hussey.  LibraryJournal 122 (1997): 112.

Laurence, Patricia.  Review of Bloomsbury Recalled,by Quentin Bell.  English Literature in Transition40 (1997): 181-84.

Levine-Keating, Helane.  Review of Conceived with Malice:Literature as Revenge in the Lives and Works of Virginia and LeonardWoolf, D. H. Lawrence, Djuna Barnes, and Henry Miller, byLouise DeSalvo. Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 216-18.

Low, Lisa.  Review of The Politics of the Essay: FeministPerspectives, ed. Ruth-Ellen Boetcher Joeres and ElizabethMittman.  Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 254-56.

McNees, Eleanor.  Review of The Unknown Virginia Woolf,4th ed., by Roger Poole and The Flight of the Mind: VirginiaWoolf's Art and Manic-Depressive Illness, by Thomas C. Caramagno. Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 237-42.

Mortimer, G.  Review of Eudora Welty and Virginia Woolf:Gender, Genre, and Influence, by Suzan Harrison.  TulsaStudies in Women's Literature 16 (1997): 383-85.

Neverow, Vara.  Review of Anglo-American Feminist Challengesto the Rhetorical Traditions: Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly, AdrienneRich, by Krista Ratcliffe.  Woolf Studies Annual 3(1997): 219-23.

Ratliff, R.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by HermioneLee. Library Journal 122 (1997): 104.

RoggeWest, G.  Review of The Aesthetic of VirginiaWoolf. Reconstruction of Her Fundamental Philosophical and AestheticViews Based on Her Non-Fictional Writings (in German), byV. Nunning.  Zeitschrift fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik45 (1997): 85-87.  (In German.)

Rosenberg, Beth Carole.  Review of The AppropriatedVoice: Narrative Authority in Conrad, Forster, and Woolf, byBette London.  Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 248-53.

Rudikoff, Sonya.  Review of Bloomsbury's Women: DistinctFigures in Life and Art, by Jan Marsh.  Virginia WoolfMiscellany 49 (Spring 1997): 6.

Schenk, L.  Review of Virginia Woolf, by HermioneLee. World Literature Today 71 (1997): 797-98.

Scott, Bonnie Kime.  Review of Framing Pieces: Designsin the Gloss in Joyce, Woolf and Pound, by John Whittier-Ferguson. Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 257-59.

Sera, Kunihiko.  Review of On or About December 1910,by Peter Stansky.  Virginia Woolf Review 14 (1997):70-72.  (In Japanese.)

Shone, Richard.  Review of Woolf's Roger Fry, editedfor the Shakespeare Head Press by Diane Gillespie.  CharlestonMagazine, Spring/Summer 1997, 51-52.

Sizemore, Christine.  Review of Bordering on the Body:The Racial Matrix of Modern Fiction and Culture, by LauraDoyle.  Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 211-15

Stape, J. H.  Review of Recasting Social Values inthe Work of Virginia Woolf, by J. S. Reese.  EnglishLiterature in Transition 40 (1997): 464-66.

Tremper, Ellen.  Review of Bloomsbury Heritage seriesmonographs nos. 7-10: Bloomsbury Ceramics, by Abigail Williams;Virginia Woolf and Anti-Semitism, by Jean Moorcroft Wilson;Staying at Monk's House: Echoes of the Woolfs, by SarahBird Wright; and Virginia Woolf and the East, by PatriciaLaurence.  Virginia Woolf Miscellany 49 (Spring 1997):7.

Villeneuve, Pierre-Éric.  Review of VirginiaWoolf, by Hermione Lee.  Virginia Woolf Miscellany50 (Fall 1997): 8-9.

Willis, J. H.  Review of The Bloomsbury Heritage Series. Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 243-47.

Wussow, Helen.  Review of The Dialogic and Difference:"An/Other Woman" in Virginia Woolf and Christa Wolf,by Ann Herman.  Woolf Studies Annual 3 (1997): 235-36.

New publications of texts byVirginia Woolf

Great Books Foundation.  Identity and Self-Respect. Chicago: Great Books Foundation, 1997.  (This volume in theFoundation's fiftieth anniversary series includes A Room ofOne's Own, together with James Baldwin's The Fire NextTime, Plato's Apology, Alice Munro's A Real Life,Chekhov's A Dull Story, and a selection of poetry byT. S. Eliot.)

Woolf, Virginia.  Monday or Tuesday:  Eight Stories. Mineola, N.Y.:  Dover (Dover Thrift Editions), 1997. (Republication of the 1921 Harcourt Brace edition.)

___.  Wlasny Pokoj.  Warszawa: Wydawn. Sic!,1997.  (Polish trans. of A Room of One's Own.)
 

 

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