Bibliographyof Woolf Studies Published in 1998

The following is a compilation of scholarshipon Virginia Woolf published in 1998.  It was producedand maintained by Sally Greene for TheInternational Virginia Woolf Society, with the cooperationof MetaLab at the Universityof North Carolina-Chapel Hill and is maintained with the cooperationof FITS at DePauwUniveristy. My sources include various electronic databases plusinformation provided by friends of Woolf everywhere.  I makeno 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 1996,1997, 1999,2000 and 2001are also available. And check out the "passingglances" to Woolf as well.

Special issuesor volumes

Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 4, edited by Mark Hussey for Pace UniversityPress.  Individual essays are indexed below.

The Virginia Woolf Miscellany no.51 (Spring 1998) is a miscellaneous issue.  Judith Allenand Pierre-Éric Villeneuve are coeditors of the fall issue,no. 52, which considers the question of Woolf and linguistics-basedcriticism.  Individual essays are indexed below.

Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: SelectedPapers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Laura Davis and Jeanette McVickerfor Pace University Press.  Individual items are indexedbelow.

The Virginia Woolf Review, no. 15, published by the Virginia Woolf Societyof Japan, is indexed below.

Multimedia

*Dominick Argento's setting to music ofselections from Woolf's diary is recorded, along with selectionsfrom Kurt Weill, Arthur Honegger, and others, on a sound cassettepublished by the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music,Berea, Ohio:  Looking Back at the 20th Century in Song.

Other items ofspecial note

Mitchell Leaska,s biography, Graniteand Rainbow: The Life of Virginia Woolf (Farrar, Straus &Giroux), appeared in May.

The Shakespeare Head edition of Orlando,edited by J.H. Stape, is out from Blackwell of London.

Two novels published this year demonstratethat Virginia Woolf in some important ways still lives. Each interweaves aspects of her life and work into a new and originalnarrative.

The 1999 Pulitzer Prize, the PEN/FaulknerAward, and the Publishing Triangle Award (New York City) wentto The Hours (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), by MichaelCunningham.  The novel involves three "day in the lifeof" plot lines: Virginia Woolf writing Mrs. Dalloway,a woman in California reading Mrs. Dalloway in 1949, anda woman of the present time named Clarissa who lives in New York(with a woman named Sally) and is planning to give a party. (An excerpt was published in the New Yorker of September21, 1998 as "A Room at the Normandy.") Mrs. Dallowaywas "the first novel I fell in love with," said Cunninghamon the Jim Lehrer Report (PBS, April 13, 1999); and it shows. Cunningham has also said, "People have a remarkably proprietarysense of Virginia Woolf, more than just about any other figureI know.  We all seem to feel that we have our VirginiaWoolf . . . and I think we're all right.  She's that big;there's something there for all of us to home in on" (a quotationaccessible through the NewYork Times of April 12, 1999, where you can also hearCunningham reading from the book).

Sigrid Nunez,s novel Mitz:  TheMarmoset of Bloomsbury appeared in May from HarperFlamingo,the new literary imprint of HarperCollins.  Inspired to somedegree by Flush, Woolf,s biography of Elizabeth BarrettBrowning,s cocker spaniel, Mitz is a biography of the Woolfs,pet monkey Mitz, who lived with them between 1934 and 1938. Like Flush, Nunez tells us, the book combines documentedbiographical material with invented details and dialogue. An excerpt from Mitz appeared in the New England Review18(1997).  (Mitz is Nunez,s third novel.  Her first,A Feather on the Breath of God [HarperPerennial, 1996],includes some references to Woolf--should anyone want to readit and write up a "passing glance.")

Woolf's short story "Solid Objects"(1920) is republished in The Oxford Book of English Short Stories,edited by A. S. Byatt. And Penguin published an edition of TheYears, edited by Jeri Johnson.

Her short story "The New Dress"(1927) is one of the texts considered in vol. 4 of Short Storiesfor  Students: Presenting Analys, Context, and Criticismon Commonly Studied Novels, Gale Publications (Detroit) 1998. Each entry contains plot summary, themes, style, historical context,etc.

And Jane Goldman has edited for ColumbiaUniv. Press a "critical guide" to To the Lighthouseand The Waves (indexed below).

An essay by Canadian poet Anne Carson appearedin April in the first issue of a new literary magazine, Fence. "Ordinary Time:  Virginia Woolf and Thucydides on War"deals with, among other things, "The Mark on the Wall."

Wayne Chapman and Janet Manson have coeditedWomen in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics,and Education (Pace Univ. Press, 1998).  Julia Briggscalls it "an absorbing collection of essays, which helpsto set Woolf,s feminism and pacifism in a carefully researchedcontext of the work of often forgotten women workers." Individual chapters are indexed below.

Edward L. (Ted) Bishop has edited the holographdraft of Jacob,s Room found in the Berg Collection of theNew York Public Library (Virginia Woolf,s Jacob's Room:The Holograph Draft [Pace Univ. Press, 1998]).

In Aspects of Bloomsbury: Studies inModern English Literary and Intellectual History (St. Martin's),S.P. Rosenbaum reprints a number of his important essays fromthe past 25 years, including his preface to the manuscript Women& Fiction (the predecessor to A Room of One's Own),a discussion of Woolf's "philosophical realism," anda consideration of "Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the HogarthPress."

*Patrick Deane's History in Our Hands:A Critical Anthology of Writings on Literature, Culture, and Politicsfrom the 1930s (Leicester Univ. Press), is a rich sourcebookof original writings from the decade of the so-called "AudenGeneration"--and its aim is to demonstrate that that labelrepresents a "myth" (which, he claims may well havebegun with the Hogarth Press' decision to publish the volume ofpoetry New Signatures in 1934).  A portion of ThreeGuineas is found here, but Woolf scholars will be more interestedin everything else.

*Readings in Renaissance Women's Drama:Criticism, History, and Performance 1594-1998, ed. S.P. Cerasano and Marion Wynne-Davis (Routledge),demonstrates that Woolf is still being blamed for the assumption,only recently exploded by Renaissance feminists, that women ofthe Renaissance did not write.  The first sentence of theintroduction:  "Recalling the dismal fate of VirginiaWoolf's fictional playwright, Judith Shakespeare, we might beprompted to ask why Early Modern women such as Mary Sidney, ElizabethCary, Mary Wroth and the Cavendish sistered dared to write a playat all?"  Two excerpts from Woolf's writings on Renaissancewomen (one only a paragraph long) are reprinted in this anthology. (See "New publications of texts by Virginia Woolf,"below.)

Award-winning Woolf indexer Laura Moss Gottliebhas performed a great service by compiling, for Sonoma State Univ.Press, a comprehensive index of the short but immeasurably valuableessays found in the Virginia Woolf Miscellany.

The Bloomsbury Heritage Series, edited byJean Moorcroft Wilson for Cecil Woolf Publishers, published threemonographs in 1998:

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

NOTE: Items marked with an asterisk (above and below) have been added since the hard copy of the bibliographywas last distributed to members of the International VirginiaWoolf Society.

Books

Benzel, Kathryn N.  Charleston,A Voice in the House.  London: Cecil Woolf [BloomsburyHeritage], 1998.

Bishop, Edward L., ed.  VirginiaWoolf,s Jacob,s Room: The Holograph Draft.  NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Boon, Kevin A.  An InterpretiveReading of Virginia Woolf's The Waves.  Lewiston, N.Y.:Edwin Mellen, 1998.

Carlston, Erin G.  Thinking Fascism: Sapphic Modernism and Fascist Modernity.  Stanford: StanfordUniv. Press, 1998. (Considers Woolf along with Djuna Barnes, MargueriteYourcenar, and Denier du Reve.)

Carpentier, Martha Celeste.  Ritual,Myth, and the Modernist Text: The Influence of Jane Ellen Harrisonon Joyce, Eliot, and Woolf.  Amsterdam: Gordon &Breach, 1998.

Cervetti, Nancy.  Scenes of Reading:Transforming Romance in Brontë, Eliot, and Woolf. New York:  Peter Lang, 1998.

Chapman, Wayne K., and Janet M. Manson,eds. Women in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace,Politics, and Education.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Cheng, Yuan-Jung.  Heralds of thePostmodern: Madness and Fiction in Conrad, Woolf, and Lessing. New York:  Peter Lang, 1998.

Coates, Irene.  Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf? A Casefor the Sanity of Virginia Woolf.  Sydney: Brandl &Schlesinger, 1998.

Cotte, Pierre.  L'Explication grammaticale de textesanglais.  2d ed. Paris: Presses universitaires de France,1998.  (Considers A Room of One's Own and works byGeorge Eliot, among other things.)

Davis, Laura, and Jeanette McVicker, eds. Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from theSeventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf.  New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

*Deane, Patrick.  History in OurHands: A Critical Anthology of Writings on Literature, Culture,and Politics from the 1930s.  London: Leicester Univ.Press, 1998.  (See headnote above.)

Dever, Carolyn.  Death and the Motherfrom Dickens to Freud: Victorian Fiction and the Anxiety of Origins. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998.  (Considers Tothe Lighthouse among other things.)

Goldman, Jane.  The Feminist Aestheticsof Virginia Woolf: Postmodernism, Post-Impressionism, and thePolitics of the Visual.  Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press,1998.  (Goldman traces Woolf,s fascination with the aestheticpossibilities of the postimpressionist exhibition of 1910 andthe solar eclipse of 1927 by linking her response to wider literaryand cultural contexts.)

___, ed.  Virginia Woolf, Tothe Lighthouse, The Waves.  New York: Columbia Univ. Press[Columbia Critical Guides], 1998.

Gottlieb, Laura Moss.  Virginia WoolfMiscellany: The First Fifty Issues, 1973-1998.  RohnertPark, Calif.: Sonoma State Univ., 1998. (A cumulative index.)

Groen, Hein.  De rumite van VirginiaWoolf.  Amstelveen: B. Lubberhuizen, 1998.

Hintkiia, Jaakko.  El viaje filosoficomas largo: de Aristotles a Virginia Woolf.  Barcelona:Gedisa Editorial, 1998.

Holmesland, Oddvar.  Form as Compensationfor Life:  Fictive Patterns in Virginia Woolf's Novels. Columbia, S. C.:  Camden House, 1998.

Kanigel, Robert.  Vintage Reading: From Plato to Bradbury:  A Personal Tour of Some of the World'sBest Books.  Baltimore, Md.:  Bancroft, 1998. (Considers A Room of One's Own as part of a truly eclecticchecklist that includes Oliver Twist, My Antonia,Madame Bovary, Ten Days that Shook the World, theessays of Montaigne, the dialogues of Plato, The Devil's Dictionary,The Origin of Species, The Federalist Papers, TheAnnals of Imperial Rome, Coming of Age in Samoa, RoughingIt, The Song of Hiawatha, The Elements of Style,and many others.)

Leaska, Mitchell.  Granite and Rainbow:The Life of Virginia Woolf.  New York: Farrar, Straus& Giroux, 1998.

Luckhurst, Nicola.  Bloomsbury inVogue.  London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1998.

Mannoni, Maud.  Elles ne saventpas ce qu'elles disent.  Paris: Denoel, 1998.

Marsh, Nicholas.  Virginia Woolf,the Novels.  New York: St. Martin's, 1998. (Also publishedby Macmillan.)

*Parke, Barbara.  Virginia Woolf:A Reader's Guide, All the novels and a Sampling of her Nonfiction. Shaker Heights, Ohio: Angell, 1999.

Tremper, Ellen.  "WhoLived at Alfoxton?": Virginia Woolf and English Romanticism. Lewisburg, Pa., and London: Bucknell Univ. Press and AssociatedUniv. Presses, 1998.

Wussow, Helen.  The Nigbhtmare ofHistory: The Fictions of Virginia Woolf and D.H. Lawrence. London: Associated Univ. Presses, 1998.

Yoss, Michael.  Raymond Mortimer. London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1998.

Journal articles, book chapters,and notes

Abraham, Julia. "Had Not That, AfterAll, Been Love?," (abstract of panel talk).  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 7-8.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Allen, Judith, and Pierre-Eric Villeneuve. "Virginia Woolf and the Philosophies of Language" (introduction).Virginia Woolf Miscellany 52 (Fall 1998): 1.

*Ames, Christopher.  "CarnivalesqueComedy in Between the Acts."  Twentieth-CenturyLiterature 44 (1998): 394-408.

Anderson, Idris Baker.  "The GreekOptative in the Narrative Style of To the Lighthouse." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 195-202.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Banks, Joanne Trautmann.  "EditingWoolf,s Letters: Confessions of a Footnote Fetishist." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 69-78.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Barrett, Eileen.  "The BritishSociety for the Study of Sex Psychology: Bloomsbury and the Medicalizationof Same-Sex Love."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 111-16. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Woolf,s Lesbian Eroticsof the Soul" (abstract of panel talk).  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 5-7.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Barrett, Michele.  "Virginia WoolfMeets Michel Foucault."  Virginia Woolf Miscellany52 (Fall 1998): 4-5.

Bartkevicius, Jocelyn.  "In Relationto the Sky,: Virginia Woolf,s Other Real World."  InVirginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from theSeventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davisand Jeanette McVicker, 244-50.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Bellamy, Suzanne. "Love and Politics,the Room Within . . . ."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,16-17.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Bicknell, John.  "Tricks and Fables"(abstract of panel talk).  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 57-58. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

*Black, Naomi.  "'Not a Novel,They Said': Editing Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas."  In Editing Women, ed. Ann M. Hutchison, 27-54.  Toronto:Univ. of Toronto Press, 1998.  (Papers Given at the Thirty-FirstAnnual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto,November 3-4, 1995.)

*Blake, Amy. "Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway."Explicator  56 (1998): 209-10.

Booth, Alison.  "Virginia Woolfand Collective Biographies of Women" (abstract of panel talk). In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 58-59.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

*Boxwell, D.A.  "(Dis)orientingSpectacle: The Politics of Orlando's Sapphic Camp." Twentieth-Century Literature 44 (1998): 306-27.

Bradshaw, David.  "British Writersand Anti-Fascism in the 1930s, Part II:  Under the Hawk,sWings."  Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 41-66.

Burns, Christy L.  "Powerful Differences:Critique and Eros in Jeanette Winterson and Virginia Woolf." Modern Fiction Studies 44 (1998): 364-92.

Butts, Mary.  "Bloomsbury,"ed. Camilla Bagg and Nathalie Blondel.  Modernism/Modernity5, no. 2 (1998): 31-45.  (Posthumous publication.)

Carson, Anne.  "Ordinary Time: Virginia Woolf and Thucydides on War."  Fence1, no. 1 (1998): 127-31.

Carubia, Josephine.  "The BlessedIsland of Good Boots,: Virginia Woolf,s Deployment of Fetishismin To the Lighthouse."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,282-88.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Caughie, Pamela L.  "Re-iteratingthe Differences,: Virginia Woolf and (Postmodern) Theory"(abstract of panel talk).  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 239-41. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Woolf and Wittgenstein." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 52 (Fall 1998): 2-3.

Chapman, Wayne K.  "CollaborativeReviewing by Leonard and Virginia Woolf."  In Womenin the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics,and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 243-47. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "L,s Dame Secretaire,: AlixStrachey, the Hogarth Press and Bloomsbury Pacifism, 1917-1960." In Women in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace,Politics, and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M.Manson, 33-57.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Virginia Woolf,s Contributionsto Anonymous, Composite Reviews in The Nation and Athenaeum,1924-1928."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 63-69. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Chapman, Wayne K., and Janet M. Manson,eds.  "Octavia [Wilberforce],s Story, by Virginia Woolf." In Women in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace,Politics, and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M.Manson, 212-38.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Chaudhuri, Nupur.  "BloomsburyAncestry: Jane Maria Strachey, Feminism, and Younger StracheyWomen."  In Women in the Milieu of Leonard and VirginiaWoolf: Peace, Politics, and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapmanand Janet M. Manson, 58-75.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Clarke, Stuart N.  "Woolf andthe Round Reading Room."  Virginia Woolf Miscellany51 (Spring 1998): 3.

Colburn, Krystyna.  "VirginiaWoolf through Common Lesbian Readers, Eyes" (abstract ofpanel talk).  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: SelectedPapers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 8.  New York: PaceUniv. Press, 1998.

Courtington, Chella, Tuzyline Jita Allan,Pushpa N. Parekh, Beth Rigel Daugherty, and Lisa Williams. "Teaching Woolf in a Multicultural Context."  InVirginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from theSeventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davisand Jeanette McVicker, 49-54.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Cramer, Patricia.  "VirginiaWoolf: Lesbian Readings: A Preview" (abstract of paneltalk).  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: SelectedPapers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 3-5.  New York: PaceUniv. Press, 1998.

Cuddy-Keane, Melba.  "Mrs.Dalloway: Film, Time, and Trauma."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 171-75.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Thinking Historically AboutHistorical Thinking" (abstract of panel talk).  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 59-60.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Cummins, June.  "What Are TheyReally Afraid Of?: Repression, Anxiety and Lesbian Subtext inthe Cultural Reception of Sally Potter,s Orlando." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 20-25.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Daugherty, Beth Rigel.  "MorleyCollege, Virginia Woolf and Us: How Should One Read Class?" In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 125-38.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

___.  "Virginia Woolf's How ShouldOne Read a Book?,"  Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998):123-__.  (A transcription, with introduction, of the manuscriptversion of this essay found in the Berg Collection.)

Davis, Laura, and Jeanette McVicker. "Notes from the Editors."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,xviii-xx.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

DeGay, Jane. "'The bray of the gramophones and the voicesof the poets': Art and Political Crisis in Between the Acts."Critical Survey 10.3 (1998) 39-47.

DeGay, Jane. "Orlando and its Muse." EnglishReview 8.3 (February 1998) 2-4.

DeMeester, Karen.  "Trauma andRecovery in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway." Modern Fiction Studies 44 (1998): 649-73.

Dubino, Jeanne.  "The Influenceof Something upon Somebody,: Reflections on the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,xiii-xvii.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Fabbri, Moreno, ed. Scrittrici del Novecentoeuropeo: Karin  [Kaye] Boyle, Else Lasker-Schuler, GiannaManzini, Virginia Woolf, Simone Weil, Marina Cvetaeva. Pistoia: CRT, 1998. (An edition of speeches by these women.)

Farfan, Penny.  "FreshwaterRevisited: Virginia Woolf on Ellen Terry and the Art of Acting." Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 3-17.

Garratt, Lindsay.  "The Imageof the Circle in Woolf,s Mrs. Dalloway,s Party." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 303-4.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Gillespie, Diane F.  "Human NatureIs on You,: Septimus Smith and the Camera Eye."  InVirginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from theSeventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davisand Jeanette McVicker, 162-67.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

___.  "Make Art, Not War: VirginiaWoolf,s Between the Arts" (abstract of panel talk). In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 156-58.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

___.  "Marie Stopes: Her War forPeace."  In Women in the Milieu of Leonard and VirginiaWoolf: Peace, Politics, and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapmanand Janet M. Manson, 96-110.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Graff, Agnieszka.  "On Integrity,Legal Trespassers, and Peeling Potatoes: A Room of One,s OwnRe-read in Polish."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 202-8. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Greene, Sally.  "Virginia Woolf,'Poet Historical'" (abstract of panel talk).  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 61-62.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Grey, Julia.  "Truth Defined byAbsence."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 304-5. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Griffiths, Jo.  "Who Can Pay forVirginia Woolf?,--Commodifying Bloomsbury."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 215-20.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Gualtieri, Elena.  "The Essayas Form:  Virginia Woolf and the Literary Tradition." Textual Practice 12 (1998): 49-67.

Hackett, Robin.  "Sapphism andDegeneracy in The Waves."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,44-48.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Haefele, Lisa.  "Violent Conversions,Rhetorical Weapons: Mrs. Dalloway and the Influence ofa Nationalist Literary History."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,209-14.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Haller, Evelyn Harris.  "OctaviaWilberforce: A Portrait Unrealized."  In Women inthe Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, andEducation, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 212-38. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Researching Woolf and theMovable Arts of Dance and Radio-Transmitted Words." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 160-61.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Halpern, Barbara Strachey.  "RayStrachey--A Memoir."  In Women in the Milieu of Leonardand Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education, ed. WayneK. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 76-86.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Hankins, Leslie.  "To Kindle andIlluminate,: Woolf,s Hot Flashes against Ageism--Challenges forCinema."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: SelectedPapers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 26-35.  New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___. "Virginia Woolf and Low Art? CulturalStudies, Popular Culture and Cinema" (abstract of panel talk). In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, __-__.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Harper, Howard.  "Mrs. Dalloway,The Film."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 167-71. NewYork: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

*Harrington, Gary.  "Woolf's Mrs.Dalloway." Explicator 56 (1998): 144-46.

Harris, Jocelyn. "Virginia Woolf and Frances Hodgkins:The Case of the Woman Artist." Bulletin of New ZealandArt History. Special Series 4 (1998) 57-80.

Herman, David.  "Dialogue in aDiscourse Context:  Discourse-Analytic Models and Woolf'sTo the Lighthouse." Virginia Woolf Miscellany52 (Fall 1998): 3-4.

*Howard, Douglas L.  "Mrs.Dalloway: Virginia Woolf's Redemptive Cycle."  Literature& Theology: An International Journal of Theory, Criticism,and Culture 12 (1998): 149-58.

Ingman, Heather.  "Virginia Woolf:Retrieving the Mother."  In Women's Fiction betweenthe Wars: Mothers, Daughters and Writing, 125-44.  NewYork: St. Martin's, 1998.

Ito, Yuko.  "The Production ofthe South Country in the Bloomsbury Group,s Writings." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from theSeventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davisand Jeanette McVicker, 257-61.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Kaivola, Karen.  "Virginia Woolf,Vita Sackville-West, and the Question of Sexual Identity." Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 18-40.

Keller, Julia.  "Inventing VirginiaWoolf: Literary Biography as Art Form."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 11-12.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Kennard, Jean.  "From Foe to Friend: Virginia Woolf's Changing View of the Male Homosexual." Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 67-85.

Knowles, Nancy.  "Virginia Woolf'sDome Symbolism: Si monumentum requiris circumspice or Monumentsto Patriarchal Infantile Fixation."  Woolf StudiesAnnual 4 (1998): 86-100.

Koenigsberger, Kurt. "Excavating theElephant and Castle: Joanna Southcott and the Voice of Prophecyin A Room of One,s Own."   In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 98-104.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Kosugi, Sei.  "Woolf and Psychiatry:In Relation to Miyeko Kamiya and M. Foucault."  VirginiaWoolf Review 15 (1998): 1-15.  (In Japanese, with Englishabstract.)

Krouse, Tonya.  "I,d Rather Bea Cyborg than a Goddess,: Lily Briscoe, Mrs. Ramsay, and the PostmodernSublime."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 294-301. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Kukil, Karen V.  "The FrancesHooper Collection of Virginia Woolf Books and Manuscripts." Humanities Collections 1 (1998): 7-24.  (On the Woolf-LyttonStrachey correspondence housed at Smith College.)

Kumin, Maxine.  "This CuriousSilent Unrepresented Life.,"  In Virginia Woolf andHer Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,144-46.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Lackey, Michael. "The Gender of Atheism in Virginia Woolf's'A Simple Melody'." Studies in Short Fiction 35.1(Winter 1998): 49-63.

Laurence, Patricia.  "A WritingCouple: Shared Ideology in Virginia Woolf,s Three Guineasand Leonard Woolf,s Quack, Quack!"  In Womenin the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics,and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 125-43. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Lee, Hermione.  "Responses toa Life of Virginia Woolf."  In Virginia Woolf andHer Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,13-15.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Levy, Heather.  "The Cruel YetDelicate Foot of a Chinese Murderess,: The Impact of Woolf,s Imagesof Asia in the Postcolonial Korean Classroom."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 147-52.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Lilienfeld, Jane.  "At Lunch aFew Drops of Something,: The Opium Narrative in To the Lighthouse." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 38-43.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Lippincott, Robin.  "Mr. Dalloway:An Excerpt from the Novel."  In Virginia Woolf andHer Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,178-80.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

*Lumsden, Robert.  "Virginia Woolf's'As If' in To the Lighthouse: The Modernist Philosophyof Meaning in Absentia."  In The Silent Word: TextualMeaning in the Unwritten.  Ed. Robert J.C. Young, Ban KahChoon, and Robbie B.H. Goh, 119-33.  Singapore: SingaporeUniv. Press [World Scientific], 1998.

Manson, Janet M.  "Margery Perham,the Fabians, and Colonial Policy."  In Women in theMilieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education,ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 170-90.  New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Notes on the Nationand Athenaeum Archival Records."  In Women inthe Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, andEducation, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 248-51. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Mao, Douglas.  "Virginia Woolf." In Solid Objects: Modernism and the Test of Production, 26-89. Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1998.  (A discussion ofWoolf's story "Solid Objects," among other works, withinthe context of early twentieth-century aestheticism.)

Marshik, Celia J.  "Virginia Woolfand Intellectual History: The Case of Josephine Butler and ThreeGuineas."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 91-96. New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Matsummoto, Hogara.  "Mrs. Manresaand Between the Acts: Woolf's Figurative Use of Race." Virginia Woolf Review 15 (1998): 31-43.  (In English.)

Medd, Jodie.  "Re-inverting StephenGordon: Rhoda Talks Back to Radclyffe Hall."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 117-24.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Meneghel, Meg A.  "Dear Mother,:Ray Strachey,s Role in Feminism and the League of Nations as Seenfrom the Lilly Library."  In Women in the Milieuof Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education,ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 87-95.  New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Merrill, Sarah Bishop.  "EleanorBalfour Sidgwick and Henry Sidgwick: Collaborators on the FourthGuinea."  In Women in the Milieu of Leonard and VirginiaWoolf: Peace, Politics, and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapmanand Janet M. Manson, 191-211.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Mino-Pinkney, Makiko.  "Flânerieby Motor-Car?"  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf,  ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 251-56. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

___.  "Reading Postmodernism inTo the Lighthouse" (abstract of panel talk). In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 241-42.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Monneyron, Frederic.  Bisexualityet Litterature: Autor de D.H. Lawrence et Virginia Woolf. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1998.

Moran, Patricia.  "The Flaw inthe Centre,: Writing as Hymenal Rupture in Virginia Woolf,s Work." Tulsa Studies in Women,s Literature 17 (1998): 101-21.

Morgan, Geneviève Sanchis. "Technology: A New Entrée to Woolf and Art" (abstractof panel talk).  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 158-59. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Morgan, Geneviève Sanchis, and studentsfrom Marlborough School.  "Elizabeth Dalloway TalksBack: Students and the Mrs. Dalloway Experience." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,  ed.Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 234-38.  New York: PaceUniv. Press, 1998.

*Mossuz-Lavau, Janine.  "Dominantset dominees." Magazine Litteraire [Paris].  369(Oct. 1998): 57-59.

Norton, Ann V.  "Here Was OneRoom, There Another,: Teaching Woolf in New Hampshire." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,  ed.Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 139-44.  New York: PaceUniv. Press, 1998.

Oldfield, Sybil.  "Margaret LlewelynDavies and Leonard Woolf."  In Women in the Milieuof Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education,ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 2-32.  New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Oxendine, Annette.  "Unveilingthe Jessamy Brides" (abstract of panel talk).  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 2-3.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Palladino, Jennifer.  "Contemplationof a Woman Writer: Virginia Woolf Explores Anne Finch, Countessof Winchilsea." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 51 (Spring1998):  4.

Parras, John.  "The DangerousGift of Poetry: Woolf's Critique of the Lyric."  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 51 (Spring 1998):  5-6.

Pelton, Stephen.  "Dancing TheDeath of the Moth."  In Virginia Woolf and HerInfluences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,36-37.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Podnieks, Elizabeth.  "Folk Revival/FolksRevived: Rites of Passage, Virginia Woolf,, and the IndigoGirls."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: SelectedPapers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf,ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 181-86.  New York:Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Pridmore-Brown, Michele.  "1939-40: Of Virginia Woolf, Gramophones, and Fascism."  PMLA113 (1998): 408-21.

*Pyckett, Lyn.  "A New Way withWords? Jeanette Winterson's Postmodernism."  In "I'mTelling You Stories": Jeanette Winterson and the Politicsof Reading.  Ed. Helena Grice, 53-60.  Amsterdam:Rodopi, 1998.

Ramsey, Tamara Ann.  "ProducingQueer Affiliations: Feminist, Lesbian, Aesthetic and Queer ReadingPractices."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 275-81. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Raschke, Debrah.  "To the LighthouseThrough the Looking Glass,: Woolf,s and Irigaray,s Metaphysics." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 288-93.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Reid, Panthea.  "Archives andArt and Affection: A Life of Virginia Woolf." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 78-84.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

___.  "On My Redating: An Answerto Joanne Trautmann Banks."  Virginia Woolf Miscellany51 (Spring 1998): 3-4.

*___.  "Stephens, Fishers, andthe Court of the 'Sultan of Zanzibar': New Evidence from VirginiaStephen Woolf's Childhood." Biography: An InterdisciplinaryQuarterly 21 (1998): 328-40.

Robertson, Jenna.  "Cam, A Mother,sDaughter."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 306-8. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Rogalus, Paul.  "Dancing withWoolf: The Genesis of a Dance Concert."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 176-78.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

*Rosenbaum, S.P.  "Leonard andVirginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press."  In More Adventureswith Britannia: Personalities, Politics and Culture in Britain. Ed. William Roger Louis, 115-32.  Austin: Univ. of TexasPress, 1998.

Rudikoff, Sonya.  "The Known andthe Unknown in a Late Victorian Friendship: Virginia Woolf andthe Vaughans." Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 101-22.

Rusk, Lauren.  "The CollectiveSelf: Maxine Hong Kingston and Virginia Woolf."  InVirginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from theSeventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davisand Jeanette McVicker, 181-86.  New York: Pace Univ. Press,1998.

Sagalovitsch, Laurent.  La Cannede Virginia: Roman.  Arles: Actes Sud, 1998.

Schaub, Joseph Christopher.  "Wavesof Pure Lemon: Afterthoughts."  In Virginia Woolfand Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,18-19.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Scott, Bonnie Kime.  "Phases ofFiction and Theory."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 242-43. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Searls, Damion.  "Against SuchMoments, Baron Marbot,: Reading Being, and Non-Being, in Mrs.Dalloway and Traditional Memoirs."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 262-68.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Shaw, Marion.  "Winfred Holtbyand the Peace Movement between the Wars."  In Womenin the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics,and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 111-24. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Silver, Brenda.  "Retro-angerand Baby-Boomer Nostalgia: A Polemical Talk."  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 221-33.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Staveley, Alice.  "Name That Face." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 51 (Spring 1998): 4-5.

*Stec, Loretta.  "Gandhian Non-Violencein Works of Ethel Mannin and Virginia Woolf."  InLiterature of Region and Nation: Proceedings of the 6th InternationalLiterature of Region and Nation Conference, 2-7 August 1996. Ed. Winnifred W. Bogaards, 1:163-80.  Saint John, New Brunswick,Canada : Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada,Univ. of New Brunswick in Saint John, 1998.

Swanson, Diana L.  "Woolf,s LesbianEpistemology" (abstract of panel talk).  In VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers from the Seventh AnnualConference on Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and JeanetteMcVicker, 9-10.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Taketani, Kikuo.  "On a Bibliographyof Virginia Woolf Studies in Japan."  Virginia WoolfReview 15 (1998): 83-__.

Talib, Aisha.  "Sargent and Woolf:Two Portraitists."  In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences:Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on VirginiaWoolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker, 308-9. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Thompson, Hilary.  "Virginia Woolfand Michele Montrelay's Unconscious Signifier."  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 52 (Fall 1998): 5-6.

Toby, Michelle Bollard.  "FromBridal Bier to Death Bed: Woolf,s Rejection of the Beautiful Death." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 105-11.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998.

Vernon, Betty.  "Beatrice Webband Margaret Cole: Fabian Politics and Pacifism."  InWomen in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics,and Education, ed. Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson, 144-69. New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Villeneuve, Pierre-Éric.  "EpistolaryNarrative and the Addressee as Influence: Christmas Day 1922." In Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, ed. LauraDavis and Jeanette McVicker, 269-74.  New York: Pace Univ.Press, 1998..

___. "Voir, dire et faire: Ethiquede l,acte créateur dans To the Lighthouse de VirginiaWoolf."  Protee: Theories et pratiques semiotiques26, no. 2 (1998): __-__.

Ward Jouve, Nicole.  "VirginiaWoolf: Penis Envy and the Man's Sentence." in Female Genesis:Creativity, Self, and Gender, 119-37.  New York: St.Martin's, 1998.

Yaguchi, Akemi.  "The Artist asVampire in Orlando." Virginia Woolf Review15 (1998): 16-31.  (In Japanese with English abstract.)

Zimring, Rishona.  "Gissing, Woolfand the Drama of Home."  In Virginia Woolf and HerInfluences: Selected Papers from the Seventh Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf, ed. Laura Davis and Jeanette McVicker,85-90.  New York: Pace Univ. Press, 1998.

Dissertations

Blaney, Ellen.  "Sisters: RewritingFeminism in Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss.,  NewYork Univ., 1998.

Carey, Catherine Gabriel.  "TheBody of Knowledge: The Object of Learning: Epistemophilia andthe Desire for Self."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Mass. atAmherst, 1998.

Dresbeck, Rachel Anne.  "Varietiesof Aesthetic Experience in the Writing of Virginia Woolf." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Oregon, 1998.

Lucenti, Lisa Marie.  "TellingSubjects: Narrative and Subjectivity in the Fiction of VirginiaWoolf, Isak Dinesen, and Willa Cather." Ph.D. diss., StateUniv. of New York at Buffalo, 1998.

*Mason, Amanda Victoria.  "IntimacyPolitics and Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. ofPennsylvania, 1998.

Moreland, Deborah Anne.  "Contextsand  Connections: Virginia Woolf, Wyndham Lewis, and LowCulture."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Texas at Dallas, 1998.

Nerheim, Susan Marie.  "Patriarchyas Fascism in Five Novels of Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D.diss., Columbia Univ., 1998.

Pavlish, Catherine Ann.  "TheUncertainty Principle and Certain Uncertain Writers:  Melville,Dickens, Woolf, Atwood, and Others."  Ph.D. diss., Univ.of North Dakota, 1998.

*Recht, Sydney Gail.  "VirginiaWoolf and Zora Neale Hurston: Female Voice and the Dynamics ofFemale Communal Expression."  Ph.D. diss., Fordham Univ.,1999.

*Richards, Diane Lee.  "CrossingBoundaries: Genre, Voice and Marginality in the Monologues ofRobert Browning, William Faulkner and Virginia Woolf." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Oregon, 1998.  (Deals with The SecondCommon Reader, The Years, and Between the Acts.)

*Schellinger, Sharon Jones.  "TheThree Faces of Imagination."  Ph.D. diss., Univ. ofDallas, 1998.  (Considers To the Lighthouse alongwith Coleridge's Biographia Literaria and Blake's Auguriesof Innocence.)

*Thompson, Hilary Joan. "Fragmentsof the Archaic: Modernist Short Fiction and Structuralist Alterity." Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Michigan, 1998.

*Tipper, William C.  "'WithoutDescent': Evolutionary Discourse and Satirical Modernism in SamuelButler, Lytton Strachey, and Virginia Woolf."  Ph.D.diss., New York Univ., 1998.

*Young, John Kevin.  "PublishingWomen: Modernism, Gender, and Authorship."  Ph.d. diss.,Northwestern Univ., 1998.

Master's theses

*Campoy-Cubillo, Adolfo.  "ThePersonal and the Professional:  A Comparative Study of VirginiaWoolf and Emily Dickinson."  M.A. thesis, Wayne StateUniv., 1998.

Fulwiler, Megan.  "Outskirts:The Feminine on the Narrative Fringe."  M.A. thesis,Univ. of Vermont.  (Considers, Woolf, Faulkner, Morrison.)

Havel, Elizabeth C.  "VirginiaWoolf: Gender, War, and Art." M.A. thesis, San FranciscoState Univ., 1998.

Hoitsma, Jean.  "Creativity andManic-Depression in the Lives and Works of Plath, Woolf, and VanGogh."  M. of Liberal Studies thesis, Rollins College,1998.

Kelly, Sarah Elizabeth.  "TheEvolution of Androgyny in Virginia Woolf and Adrienne Rich." M.A. thesis, Villanova Univ., 1998.

Munson, Pamela.  "Immortalityand Virginia Woolf: A Vedic Analysis of Mrs. Dalloway."M.A. thesis, Univ. of West Florida, 1998.

Schrynemakers, Ilse.  "DefiningTime in the Works of Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and W.B. Yeats." M.A. thesis, St. John's Univ., 1998.

Streufert, Mary J.  "Measuresof Reality: The Religious Life of Virginia Woolf." M.A.I.S. thesis, Oregon State Univ., 1998.

Tatu, J. Christina.  "MultipleGazes in the Novels of Virginia Woolf."  M.A. thesis,Millersville Univ. of Pa., 1998.

Undergraduatetheses

Kong, Belinda Wai Chu.  "The Selfand the Other: A Philosophical Exploration of Being in VirginiaWoolf's The Waves."  Honors thesis, College ofWilliam and Mary, 1998.

Maines, Joshua W.  "Gendered Minds,Gendered Texts: Rendering of Women's Consciousness in VirginiaWoolf."  Honors thesis, Bucknell Univ., 1998.

Orth, Jennifer Aileen.  "Modernity,Feminity, and the Spaces of Representation: A Study of Text, VirginiaWoolf's To the Lighthouse, and the Paintings of Mary Cassatt."B.A. thesis, James Madison Univ., 1998.

Rosell, Robert Mervin.  "LondonTransformed: Early Twentieth Century London in Works by Conrad,Forster, and Woolf."  Honors thesis, College of Williamand Mary, 1998.  (Considers Mrs. Dalloway.)

Schafer, Sommer.  "Virginia Woolf'sSymbolic Use of Leaves and Trees in a Quest for Truth." Senior thesis, Westminster College, 1998.

Schetzina, Cathy Anne.  "TowardsSomething Unbroken: Virginia Woolf and Physics." Honors thesis,Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998.

Wardlow, Paul Deacon.  "ReadingOrlando: A Study of Meaning within Virginia Woolf's Orlando." Division III examination in the School of Humanities and Arts,Hampshire College, 1998.

Reviews

Berman, Jessica.  Review of Modernismand Mass Politics: Joyce, Woolf, Eliot, Yeats, by MichaelTratner. Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 234-36.

*Blodgett, Harriet.  Review of VirginiaWoolf and the Essay, ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and JeanneDubino.  Virginia Woolf Miscellany 52 (Fall 1998):8.

Connolly, Margaret.  Review of threecritical editions of Night and Day (Shakespeare Head/Blackwell,1994 [ed. J. H. Stape]; Oxford Univ. Press, 1992 [ed. SuzanneRaitt]; and Penguin, 1992 [ed. Julia Briggs]).  VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 51 (Spring 1998): 8-9.

Curb, R.  Review of Eudora Weltyand Virginia Woolf: Gender, Genre, and Influence, by SuzanHarrison.  Southern Humanities Review 32 (1998): 411-14.

Endo, Huhito.  Review of ThinkingFascism: Sapphic Modernism and Fascist Modernity, by ErinG. Carlston. Virginia Woolf Review 15 (1998): 71-73. (In Japanese.)

Fernald, Anne E.  Review of Womanistand Feminist Aesthetics: A Comparative Review, by TuzylineJita Allan. Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 220-24.

Fox, Susan Hudson.  Review of EudoraWelty and Virginia Woolf:  Gender, Genre, and Influence,by Suzan Harrison. Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 214-16.

Fukushima, Hiroko.  Review of ABibliographyof Virginia Woolf, 4th ed., ed. B. J. Kirkpatrick and S. N.Clarke. Virginia Woolf Review 15 (1998): 78-82.  (InJapanese; note typo on back cover, "Hukushima.")

Garrity, Jane.  "Outing VirginiaWoolf."  Review of Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings,ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer.  Lesbian and GayStudies Newsletter 23, no. 1-2 (1998): 53-55.

Haefele, Lisa.  Review of VirginiaWoolf and Mrs. Brown:  Toward a Realism of Uncertainty,by Herta Newman and Recasting Social Values in the Work ofVirginia Woolf, by Judy S. Reese.  Woolf Studies Annual4 (1998): 205-7.

Hussey, Mark.  Review of On or aboutDecember 1910: Early Bloomsbury and Its Intimate World, byPeter Stansky. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 51 (Spring 1998):7-8.

___.  Review of Virginia Woolf,by Hermione Lee and Bloomsbury Pie:  The Making ofthe Bloomsbury Boom, by Regina Marler.  Woolf StudiesAnnual 4 (1998): 195-204.

Johnston, Ruth.  Review of AmbiguousDiscourse:  Feminist Narratology and British Women Writers,ed. Kathy Mezei. Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 208-13.

Levenback, Karen.  Review of Postcardsfrom the Trenches:  Negotiating the Space between Modernismand the First World War, by Allyson Booth.  WoolfStudies Annual 4 (1998): 229-33.

Lilienfeld, Jane.  Review of TheSelected Letters of Leslie Stephen, Volume I 1864-1882 andVolume II 1882-1904, ed. John Bicknell.  WoolfStudies Annual 4 (1998): 237-40.

Lounsberry, Barbara.  Review of Graniteand Rainbow: The Hidden Life of Virginia Woolf, by MitchellLeaska. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 52 (Fall 1998): 6-7.

Low, Lisa.  Review of Word of Mouth: Body Language in Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf, byPatricia Moran.  Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 246-49.

Matsubara, Tomoko.  Review of ReadingVirginia Woolf's Essays and Journalism, by Leila Brosnan. Virginia Woolf Review 15 (1998): 59-63.  (In Japanese.)

Neverow, Vara.  Review of VirginiaWoolf:  Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrett and PatriciaCramer.  Virginia Woolf Miscellany 51 (Spring 1998):6-7.

Ota, Nobuyoshi.  Review of "TheStracheys and Psychoanalysis," by Barbara Cain (HistoryWorkshop Journal 45 [1998]). Virginia Woolf Review15 (1998): 74-77.  (In Japanese.)

Rubenstein, Roberta.  Review of Artand Affection:  A Life of Virginia Woolf, by PantheaReid.  Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 241-45.

Ruotolo, Lucio.  Review of "WhoLived at Alfoxton?" : Virginia Woolf and English Romanticism,by Ellen Tremper. Virginia Woolf Miscellany 52 (Fall 1998):7-8.

Snaith, Anna.  "Virginia Woolf:Not So Common Destinations."  Women: A Cultural Review9, no. 1 (1998): 115-21.  (A review-essay of Rachel Bowlby,Feminist Destinations and Further Essays on Virginia Woolf[1997] and Gillian Beer, Virginia Woolf: The Common Ground[1996].)

Tremper, Ellen.  Review of On orabout December 1910: Early Bloomsbury and Its Intimate World,by Peter Stansky. Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 225-28.

Ukai, Nobumitsu.  Review of "WhoLived at Alfoxton?": Virginia Woolf and English Romanticism,by Ellen Tremper. Virginia Woolf Review 15 (1998):68-70.

Webb, Caroline.  Review of AuthorialDivinity in the Twentieth Century:  Omniscient Narrationin Woolf, Hemingway, and Others, by Barbara K. Olson. Woolf Studies Annual 4 (1998): 217-19.

Yukki, Yoshiko.  Review of VirginiaWoolf: Feminism, Creativity, and the Unconscious, by JohnR. Maze.  Virginia Woolf Review 15 (1998): 64-67. (In Japanese.)

New publications of texts byVirginia Woolf

Orlando: A Biography. Ed. J.H. Stape.  London: Blackwell [ShakespeareHead], 1998.

"Solid Objects."  In TheOxford Book of English Short Stories, ed. A.S. Byatt, 204-09. New York: Oxford, 1998.

*Three Guineas[excerpt].  In History in Our Hands: A Critical Anthologyof Writings on Literature, Culture, and Politics from the 1930s,ed.Patrick Deane, 264-71.  London: Leicester Univ. Press, 1998.

*"Women and Fiction."  InThe Feminist Critique of Language: A Reader, 2nd ed., ed.Deborah Cameron, 47-53.  New York: Routledge, 1998.

*"Woolf on Margaret Cavendish"[excerpt from "The Duchess of Newcastle," from TheCommon Reader] and "Virginia Woolf on Judith Shakespeare"[excerpt from A Room of One's Own].  In Readingsin Renaissance Women's Drama: Criticism, History, and Performance1594-1998, ed. S.P. Cerasano and Marion Wynne-Davies, 21,23-24.  New York: Routledge, 1998.  (See headnote above.)

The Years. Ed.Jeri Johnson.  London: Penguin, 1998.
 

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