Bibliography of Woolf Studies Publishedin 1999

The following is a compilation of scholarship on Virginia Woolfpublished in 1999. It is produced and maintained for TheInternational Virginia Woolf Society at DePauw University.The web version is maintained through the able cooperation ofthe folks at FITSat DePauw and the University of Toronto, the hostsite for theInternational Virginia Woolf Society website. My predecessor,Sally Greene, laid the foundation for the 1999 bibliography. Oursources include various electronic databases plus informationprovided by friends of Woolf everywhere. I make no claims to beexhaustive, but I do try to be comprehensive. (Apologies for thelack of consistency in accent marks; the whimsies of electronicreproduction are to blame.) f you have items to add, or correctionsto offer, please send them to me at afernald@depauw.edu. Or mail them to me at 8679 East State Road 240, Fillmore, IN 46128.

                                                                                   --Anne Fernald, historian/bibliographer, International VirginiaWoolf Society

Bibliographies from 1996, 1997,1998, 2000 and2001 are also available.  Andcheck out the "passing glances"as well!

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    Woolf Studies Annual, vol. 5, was edited by Mark Husseyfor Pace University P. Individual essays are indexed below.

    The Virginia Woolf Miscellany no. 53 (Spring 1999),edited by Lucio Ruotolo, returns to its roots: a miscellaneousissue. No. 54 (Fall 1999), edited by Patricia Laurence, is onthe theme of "Woolf in/on Translation." Individual essaysare indexed below.

    Virginia Woolf and Communities: Selected Papers fromthe Eighth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Edited byJeanette McVicker and Laura Davis for Pace University P. Individualessays are indexed below with the shortened title VirginiaWoolf and Communities.

    A special issue of Women's Studies: An InterdisciplinaryJournal, "Virginia Woolf in Performance," editedby Sally Greene, appeared in August. Individual essays are indexedbelow.

    The Virginia Woolf Review no. 16, published by the VirginiaWoolf Society of Japan, is indexed below.

    Other items of special note

    López, Dámaso, Edición y traducciónde Woolf, Virginia, Al Faro. [To the Lighthouse.]Madrid: Editorial Cátedra (Colección Letras Universales),1999.

    The first issue of the Virginia Woolf Bulletin of theVirginia Woolf Society of Great Britain was published in January.Included are three "new" writings by Woolf. One is adraft titled "A Scene from the Past," which is a versionof the story published posthumously as "The Searchlight"(A Haunted House, 1944); the other two are letters, oneto E. McKnight Kauffer, an American graphic designer whose workincluded book jackets for the Hogarth P, and one to Victoria Ocampoafter Ocampo had arranged for Gisele Freund to conduct a photosession of Woolf in London. Individual entries are indexed below.

    The second issue of the Virginia Woolf Bulletin waspublished in July. It includes more "new" letters ofWoolf's; these are to Austrian Jewish refugees Mela and RobertSpira. This issue also introduces (at 52-53) the feature "VirginiaWoolf Today," which seeks to collect contemporary journalistic(and other media) references to Woolf. (Cf. the "periodicals"portion of "passing glances.")Individual entries are indexed below. (The Society's next issuewill be in January 2000, and it plans to produce three issuesin 2000.)

    Of further note in the Virginia Woolf Bulletin no. 2(at 28-31): addenda to A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf, 4th ed.,ed. B.J. Kirkpatrick and Stuart N. Clarke. Kirkpatrick notes anadditional TLS essay (April 26, 1907; reviewing TheCall of the East); and Clarke notes a number of Portuguesetranslations.

    The Shakespeare Head edition of Flush (1933), editedby Elizabeth Steele, is out from Blackwell of London.

    Brenda Silver's VirginiaWoolf Icon is out from Chicago. According to the LibraryJournal, "Edward Albee asked but nobody, until now, reallyanswered the question 'Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Silveroffers up a response: we all are, sort of, she says. Sure, Barnesand Noble's got her likeness silkscreened onto a couple millioncanvas bags, and the British National Portrait Gallery sells thousandsof Woolf postcards a month. Still, Silver argues, her face andher name were associated with fear long before and long afterAlbee titled his play. And as a result, Woolf is a useful guidefor cultural critics: the fears we've ascribed to her tell usa lot about our own fears--about gender, race, feminism art, politics,anger, fashion . . . and, of course, death."

    Elaine Showalter has come out with a "revised and expanded"paperback edition of her landmark work A Literature of TheirOwn. Contains a new introductory chapter surveying the book'sreception and a new postscript chapter celebrating the legacyof feminism and feminist criticism," according to Princeton,publisher.

    Michele Barrett's Imagination in Theory: Culture, Writing,Words, and Things includes two chapters specifically on Woolf:"Virginia Woolf: Subjectivity and Politics" and "VirginiaWoolf Meets Michel Foucault" the latter being "a virtuosoencounter," according to Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.

    Tony Bradshaw, head of the Bloomsbury Workshop, in London,has brought to fruition a project to interest all who appreciatethe physical artifact of Woolf's books and the other productsof the Hogarth Press. He has gathered lithographs, woodcuts, etchings,posters, book jackets, book covers, illustrations for books--all"executed by Vanessa Bell, Dora Carrington, Roger Fry, andDuncan Grant and published in their lifetimes." This exhibitionof rare treasures, "an important event for all those interestedin the creativity and diversity of the Bloomsbury artists,"was shown at the Bloomsbury Workshop from June 1 through August20, 1999. In connection with the exhibition, Scolar Press haspublished The Bloomsbury Artists: Prints and Book Design,a catalogue by Tony Bradshaw, with introduction by James Beecheyand foreword by Angelica Garnett.

    Women Writers of the 1930s: Gender, Politics, and History,edited by Maroula Joannnou (Edinburgh), contains three essaysdirectly relevant to Woolf (by Bradshaw, Gualtieri, and Peach,indexed below), in addition to being generally helpful to an understandingof Woolf's life and work in the thirties.

    Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance, edited by SallyGreene, is out from Ohio University Press. Individual entriesare indexed below. Building on Alice Fox's work as well as onmore recent insights in Renaissance theory and feminism, thisis the first collection of essays to explore Woolf's Renaissance.As such it reflects an important interdisciplinary development:contributors include Renaissance as well as twentieth-centuryspecialists.

    Remembered Rapture: The Writer at Work (Henry Holt),bell hooks's most recent book, is indebted to Woolf in variousways, beginning with the epigraph and extending to a chapter inwhich she finds parallel narrative threads in A Room of One'sOwn and Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God.

    Frances Spalding's biography of Roger Fry, Roger Fry: Artand Life, first published in 1980, is reissued in paperbackby Black Dog Books.

    John Lehmann's 1975 Virginia Woolf and Her World isbrought out again by Thames and Hudson as Virginia Woolf.

    Craufurd D. Goodwin has edited and interpreted Roger Fry'stheories of art and economics in Art and the Market: RogerFry on Commerce in Art, published by the University of MichiganP. "Goodwin adds significantly to the understanding of culturaleconomics in the work of Fry himself as well as J. M. Keynes andeven Leonard and Virginia Woolf," writes S. P. Rosenbaum.

    Robert L. Caserio's The Novel in England, 1900-1950treats Woolf as a modernist who furthered the notion that modernismitself represented a "'purist break with history'" by"resist[ing] the political views of other modernists."His most extensive discussion of any Woolf work is on The Years.

    Woolf is an unlikely but fruitful subject within Laurie Langbauer'sNovels of Everyday Life: The Series in English Fiction, 1850-1930(Cornell). "Even though Woolf may have spent her writingcareer searching for a new form with which to capture the intricaciesof shifting and unstable identity, the shadow of the (supposedlyVictorian) series remains in her own depiction of recurrent characters,"Langbauer writes.

    Robin Lippincott's novel Mr.Dalloway is out from Sarabande Books. An excerpt was publishedin Virginia Woolf and Her Influences: Selected Papers fromthe Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf (1998).

    Ros Schwartz's translation of Jacqueline Harpman's Orlandais out from Seven Stories Press. Kirkus Reviews calls Orlanda"Yet another reworking of Virginia Woolf's fiction, thisslippery 1996 novel from the veteran French author (I Who HaveNever Known Men, 1997), who might be called a sophisticatedhybrid of Margaret Atwood and Nathalie Sarraute. ``Orlando'' isthe name the protagonist, 30ish Lain Berger, dreamily assignsto the handsome young man (met in a train station) onto whom sheprojects her memories and fantasies of sexual experience."

    Martha Nussbaum, most recently noted for her attack on JudithButler in The New Republic, devotes a chapter of Sexand Social Justice (Oxford) to To the Lighthouse.

    The Bloomsbury Heritage Series, edited by Jean Moorcroft Wilsonfor Cecil Woolf Publishers, has published 3 monographs in 1999:

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

    Books

    Barrett, Michele. Imagination in Theory: Culture, Writing,Words, and Things. New York: NYU P, 1999. (See headnote above.)

    Bradshaw, Tony. The Bloomsbury Artists: Prints and BookDesign. Aldershot, U.K.: Scolar Press, 1999.

    Caserio, Robert L. The Novel in England, 1900-1950: Historyand Theory. New York: Twayne, 1999. (See headnote above.)

    Caws, Mary Ann, and Sarah Bird. Bloomsbury and France: Artand Friends. New York: Oxford U P. 1999.

    Chapman, Wayne K, ed. Monarchy. By Leonard Woolf. London:Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1999.

    Cheng, Yuan Jung. Heralds of the Postmodern: Madness andFiction in Conrad, Woolf and Lessing. New York: Peter Lang,1999.

    Dally, Peter. The marriage of heaven and hell: manic depressionand the life of Virginia Woolf. New York : St. Martin's P,1999. (Previously published as: Virginia Woolf.)

    Daly, Nicholas. Modernism, romance, and the fin de siècle:popular fiction and British culture, 1880-1914. Cambridge:Cambridge UP, 1999.

    Dell, Marion. Peering Through the Escallonia: Virginia Woolf,Talland House, and St. Ives. London: Cecil Woolf [BloomsburyHeritage], 1999.

    Fand, Roxanne J. The Dialogic Self: Reconstructing Subjectivityin Woolf, Lessing, and Atwood. Selinsgrove, Pa.: SusquehannaU P, 1999.

    Feldman, Yael. No Room of Their Own. New York: ColumbiaUP, 1999.

    Glenny, Alison. Ravenous Identity: The Influence of AnorexicPatterns of Thinking on the Treatment of Food in Virginia Woolf'sFiction. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1999.

    Goodwin, Craufurd, ed. Art and the Market: Roger Fry onCommerce in Art. With a foreword by Asa Briggs. Ann Arbor:U of Michigan P, 1999.

    Greene, Sally, ed.Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance.Athens: Ohio U P, 1999. (See headnote above.)

    Gualtieri, Elena. Virginia Woolf's Essays: Sketching thePast. Basingstroke: Macmillan, 1999.

    Harpman, Jacqueline.Orlanda. Trans. Ros Schwartz. NewYork: Seven Stories, 1999. (See headnote above.)

    Harris, Andrea L. Other Sexes: Rewriting Difference fromWoolf to Winterson. Albany: State University of New York P,1999.

    Heilbrun, Carolyn. Women's Lives: The View from the Threshold.Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1999. (Considers Woolf along with GeorgeEliot, Willa Cather, and Harriet Beecher Stowe.)

    Joannou, Maroula, ed. Women Writers of the 1930s: Gender,Politics, and History. Edinburgh: Edinburgh U P, 1999. (Seeheadnote above.)

    Langbauer, Laurie. Novels of Everyday Life: The Series inEnglish FIction, 1850-1930. Ithaca: Cornell U P, 1999. (Seeesp. ch. 4; also see headnote above.)

    Lehmann, John. Virginia Woolf. New York: Thames andHudson, 1999. (See headnote above.)

    Levenback, Karen L. Virginia Woolf and the Great War.Syracuse: Syracuse U P, 1999.

    Lilienfeld, Jane. Reading Alcoholisms: Theorizing Characterand Narrative in Selected Novelsof Thomas Hardy, James Joyce,and Virginia Woolf. New York: St. Martin's, 1999.

    McVicker, Jeanette, and Laura Davis, eds. Virginia Woolfand Communities: Selected Papers from the Eighth Annual Conferenceon Virginia Woolf. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Palusci, Oriana. La tipografia nel salotto :saggi su VirginiaWoolf. (Le voci del tempo: 6). Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori,1999.

    Peach, Linden. Virginia Woolf. New York: St. Martin's,1999.

    Pedersen, Susan. Women's Stake in Democracy: Eleanor Rathbone'sanswer to Virginia Woolf. Austin, Tex: Harry Ransom HumanitiesResearch Center, 1999. 30 p.

    Reed, Christopher. Roger Fry's Durbins: A House and itsMeanings. London: Cecil Woolf [Bloomsbury Heritage], 1999.

    Rogge-Wiest, Gudrun. Wahrnehmung und Perspektivik in ausgewahltenRomanen Virginia Woolfs. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1999.

    Rudikoff, Sonya. Ancestral Houses: Virginia Woolf and theAristocracy. Palo Alto, Calif.: Society for the Promotionof Science and Scholarship, 1999.

    Showalter, Elaine. A Literature of Their Own: British WomenNovelists from Bronte to Lessing. Princeton: Princeton U P,1999. (An expanded edition of the 1977 work.)

    Silver, Brenda. Virginia Woolf Icon. Chicago: U of Chicago,1999. (See headnote above.)

    Smith, Angela. Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf: APublic of Two. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1999.

    Spalding, Frances. Roger Fry: Art and Life. Black DogBooks, 1999. (See headnote above.)

    Sumner, Rosemary. A Route to Modernism: Hardy, Lawrence,Woolf. New York: St. Martin's, 1999.

    Todd, Pamela. Bloomsbury at Home. New York: Abrams,1999. ("A beautifully illustrated behind the scenes lookat the domestic life of the Bloomsbury set in London, the country,and in Europe.")

    Winter, Helmut. Virginia und Leonard Woolf. Berlin:Rowohlt, 1999.back to top!

    Multimedia

    Atkins, Eileen, "Vita and Virginia." Atkins' playwas performed as a "Bravo Production" of the GlasshouseTheatre Company, in Paris, at the Petit Hebertot, 78 bis Bd. desBatignolles, from July 22 to September 18.

    Bellamy, Suzanne. "Virginia Woolf" series no. 1:20 prints. Braidwood [NSW]: 1999.

    Journal articles, book chapters, and notes

    Abbott, Reginald. "Rough with Rubies: Virginia Woolf andthe Virgin Queen." In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance,ed. Sally Greene, 65-88. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    Alfsen, Merete. "'Putting Words on the Backs of Rhythm':Translating Woolf." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1. 2 (1999):32-36.

    Allan, Tuzyline Jita. "Civilization, Its Pretexts, andVirginia Woolf's Imagination." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 117-__. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Allen, James Sloan. "Mrs. Dalloway and the ethics of civility."The Sewanee Review. v 107 no4 Fall 1999. p. 586-94.

    Allen, Judith. "The Rhetoric of Performance in A Roomof One's Own." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 289-96. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Amiran, Eyal. "Signing Woolf: The Textual Body of theName." Genders. 29:20 paragraphs. 1999. Boulder. Electronicpublication.

    Annan, Noel. "Keynes and the Bloomsbury Group." Biography.22: 1 Winter 1999 16-__.

    Anspaugh, Kelly. "Circe Resartus: To the Lighthouse andWilliam Browne of Tavistock's Circe and Ulysses Masque."In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene,161-91. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    Ayuso, Monica. "Thinking Back Through Our Mothers: VirginiaWoolf in the Spanish-American Female Imagination." In VirginiaWoolf and Communities:, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis,97-102. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Bahr, David. "The difference a day makes: after Hourswith Michael Cunningham." Poets and Writers. 27.4(July/Aug 1999): 18-23.

    Banks, Joanne Trautmann. "The Aging Artist: The Sad butInstructive Case of Virginia Woolf." In Aging and Identity:A Humanities Perspective, ed. Sara Munson Deats and LagrettaTallent Lenker, 115-25. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1999.

    Barkway, Stephen. "Two of Me Now--Sylvia Plath and VirginiaWoolf." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1. 2 (1999): 73-72.(A report on a day course taught by Susan Richardson at CardiffUnivfersity.)

    ___. "Virginia Woolf's Blurbs."Virginia WoolfBulletin 1. 1 (1999): 43.

    ___. "Welcome to Members."Virginia Woolf Bulletin1. 1 (1999): 3.

    ___. "Vita/Virginia/Orlando/Knole."Virginia WoolfBulletin 1.2 (1999): 72-73. (A report on a talk by Nigel Nicolson.)

    Bartkevicius, Jocelyn. "Thinking Back through Our (Naturalist)Mother: Woolf, Dillard, and the Nature Essay." Isle: InterdisciplinaryStudies in Literature and Environment 6.1 (Winter 1999): 41-50.(Compares Woolf's "The Sun and the Fish" with Dillard's"Total Eclipse.")

    Bazargan, Susan. "The Uses of the Land: Vita Sackville-West'sPastoral Writing and Virginia Woolf's Orlando." WoolfStudies Annual 5 (1999): 25-55.

    Bedford, Sue. "Taking Over Talland House."VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 41-42.

    Beer, Gillian. "A Village Apocalypse: Virginia Woolf andthe War." In La tipografia nel salotto: saggi su VirginiaWoolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999.250-61.

    Behringer, Ursula. "'We Are Walking to the Strand to Buya Pencil.'"Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 31.

    Bellamy, Suzanne. "Imagining the Muse." In VirginiaWoolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis,194-200. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Benhabib, Seyla. "Sexual difference and collective identities:the new global constellation." Signs. 24.2(Winter1999): 335-61.

    Benstock, Shari, Morris Beja, and Bonnie Kime Scott."Filmingthe Left Bank" (on the film Paris Was a Woman). InVirginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker andLaura Davis, 282-88. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Bivar, Antonio. "As if Virginia Woolf Were a Great BrazilianWriter . . . ." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54 (Fall1999): 2.

    Blodgett, Harriet. "From Jacob's Room to A Passageto India: A Note." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of ShortArticles, Notes, and Reviews. 12.4 (1999): 23-24.

    Bonadei, Rossana. "Disarticolando 'Io': Virginia Woolfe le stanze della scrittura." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 23-37.

    Bowlby, Rachel. "Meet Me In St. Louis: Virginia Woolfand Community." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 147-60. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Boxwell, D.A. "In the Urinal: Virginia Woolf Around GayMen." In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. JeanetteMcvicker and Laura Davis, 173-78. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Bradshaw, David. "Hyams Place: The Years, the Jews andthe British Union of Fascists." In Women Writers of the1930s: Gender, Politics, and History, ed. Maroula Joannou,179-91. Edinburgh: Edinburgh U P, 1999.

    Brawer, Anna. "Il pesciolino nascosto. Una lettura diA Room of One's Own." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 215-30.

    Briggs, Marlene. "Veterans and Civilians: Traumatic Knowledgeand Cultural Appropriation in Mrs. Dalloway." In VirginiaWoolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis,43-49. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Brossard, Nicole. "Virginia Woolf's A Room of One'sOwn: A writer's reflections." Liberté.41.6(1999): 24-28

    Brown, Bill. "The Secret Life of Things (Virginia Woolfand the Matter of Modernism.)" Modernism/Modernity.6.2 (1999): 1-28. (Considers especially "Solid Objects.")

    Burford, Arianne. "Communities of Silence and Music inVirginia Woolf's The Waves and Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 269-75. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Caws, Mary Ann. "Hauntings: French Translations of Woolf'sShort Stories." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54 (Fall1999): 2-3.

    Channer, Vanessa. "Virginia Woolf and Eccentricity--AWay of Life, or Just a 'Moment of Being'?" Virginia WoolfBulletin 1.1 (1999): 28-31.

    ___. "Vita and Virginia, Adapted by Eileen Atkins fromthe Correspondence between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 79-81. (A report onthe Sphinx Theatre Company's performance of "Vita & Virginia,"at the Palace Theatre Watford.)

    Cherry, Pauline. "Virginia Woolf and Rodmell: A Denizen'sView." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 39-40.

    Clarke, Stuart N. Editorial. Virginia Woolf Bulletin1.1 (1999): 4-5.

    ___. Editorial. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999):3.

    ___. "Hyde Park Gate in 1894." Virginia WoolfBulletin 1.2 (1999): 46-47.

    ___. Note. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 12. (Accompanyingthe publication of letters from Woolf to Mela and Robert Spira;see headnote above.)

    ___. "Point of View in 'Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street.'"Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 18-21.

    ___. "Smith College." Virginia Woolf Bulletin1.2 (1999): 21. (Note on Smith College's acquisition of the Bloomsburycollection of the late Elizabeth P. Richardson [A Bloomsbury Iconography,1989].)

    ___. "Virginia Woolf and the Body." Virginia WoolfBulletin 1.2 (1999): 75-77. (A report on a one-day conferenceat Oxford on "Virginia Woolf and the Body.")

    ___. "Virginia Woolf: Her Reception in Europe." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 58-60. (A report on a one-day colloquiumat the Centre for English Studies, Univeristy of London.)

    Concilio, Carmen. "L'isotopia dello sguardo in alcuniracconti de Virginia Woolf." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 113-124.

    Crick, Joyce. "The German Reception of Virginia Woolf:Post-1970s." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999):4-5.

    Cunningham, Michael. "Joseph Cornell." ArtForum.37. 8 (April 1999): 108-09. (Finds parallels between the worksof Cornell and Woolf.)

    Cusin, Michel. "On Translating The Waves into French."Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999): 3-4.

    Daugherty, Beth Rigel. "Learning Virginia Woolf: Of Leslie,Libraries, and Letters." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 10-17. New York: Pace UP, 1999.

    DeGay, Jane. "Beyond the Purple Triangle: Art and Iconographyin To the Lighthouse." Woolf Studies Annual5 (1999): 1-23.

    DeHay, Terry. "Gathering Around the Punch Bowl: Woolf'sAlternative Narrative Communities." In Virginia Woolfand Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 178-87.New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    DeKoven, Marianne. "The Community of Audience: Woolf'sDrama of Public Woman." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 234-51. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Denisoff, Dennis. "The forest beyond the frame: picturingwomen's desires in Vernon Lee and Virginia Woolf" In Womenand British Aestheticism. Schaffer, Talia and Kathy AlexisPsomiades. Eds. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1999. __-__.

    Detloff, Madelyn. "Imagined Communities of Criticism:'Wounded Attachments' to the Icons of H.D., Gertrude Stein, andVirginia Woolf." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 50-57.

    ___. "Thinking Peace into Existence: The Spectacle ofHistory in Between the Acts." Women's Studies 28 (1999):399-429.

    DeZordo, Ornella. "L'ombra di Elettra: le figlie inquietede Katherine Mansfield e Virginia Woolf." In La tipografianel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed.Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 64-77.

    Di Michele, Laura. "La parola pipinta di Virginia Woolfin To the Lighthouse." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 167-84.

    Dobrilla, Paola. "Orlando come l'acqua." In Latipografia nel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci,ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 203-14.

    Eastmond, Elizabeth. "Metaphor and the self portrait:Frances Hodgkins's Self portrait: still life and Still life: selfportrait." Art History. 22.5 (Dec 1999): 656-75.

    Feldman, Yael S. "Woolf in the Promised Land, or: MakingRoom for Virginia Woolf in Israeli Literature." VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999): 5-6.

    Fernald, Anne E. "The Memory Palace of Virginia Woolf."In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene,89-114. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    Fernandez M. "In the shadow of Virginia Woolf." OeilMagazine International d'Art. __.511 (1999): 19-19.

    Ferriss, Suzanne, and Kathleen Waites. "Unclothing Gender:The Postmodern Sensibility in Sally Potter's Orlando." LiteratureFilm Quarterly 27 (1999): 110-15.

    Flynn, Deirdre. "Virginia Woolf's Women and the FashionableElite: On Not Fitting In." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 167-63.

    Fortunati, Vita. "Uno sguardo incrociato: scrittura epittura in Virginia e Vanessa." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 54-63.

    Fowler, Rowena. "Moments and Metamorphoses: Virginia Woolf'sGreece." Comparative Literature 51 (1999): 217-42.

    Furbank, Philip Nicholas. "A craft, not an art."TLS . 4998 (Jan 15 1999): 14. (reflects on nature of literarybiography including Hermione Lee's biography of Woolf).

    Garbero, Maria Del Sapio. "La tomba dell'antenato: ilcorpo a corpo con la tradizione in Night and Day."In La tipografia nel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf.Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 99-112.

    Garrity, Jane. "Selling Culture to the 'Civilized': Bloomsbury,British Vogue, and the Marketing of National Identity."Modernism/Modernity. 6.2 (1999): 29-58.

    Gill, J. "The feminist aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism,Post-ImPionism, and the politics of the visual." TextualPractice. 13. 2(1999): 374-379.

    Gillespie, Diane F. "Through Woolf's 'I's': Donne andThe Waves." In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance,ed. Sally Greene, 211-44. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    Gilmore, Lois. "Virginia Woolf, Bloomsbury, and the Primitive."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 127-35. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Ginfray, D. "Modernity and aesthetics: The example ofVirginia Woolf." Etudes Anglaises. 52. 1(Jan-Mar 1999):28-39.

    Glassock, Hilary. "George Humphrey Wolferstan Rylands,1902-1999." Virginia Woolf Bulletin. 1. 2 (1999):54.

    Goldman, Jane. "Artist and Feminist Communities of 1910:Post-Impressionism, Suffrage Aesthetics, and Intersubjectivityin To the Lighthouse." InVirginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 259-68. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Gough, Val. "'That Razor Edge of Balance': Virginia Woolfand Mysticism." Woolf Studies Annual 5 (1999): 57-77.

    Graff, Agnieszka. "The Polish Woolf." VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999): 5.

    Greene, Sally. "Introduction." Women's Studies28 (1999): 349-55. (Introducing the special issue "VirginiaWoolf in Performance.")

    ___. "Introduction ." Virginia Woolf: Readingthe Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    ___. "Michelet, Woolf, and the Idea of the Renaissance."In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene,17-40. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    Griffin, Robert J. "Anonymity and Authorship." NewLiterary History. 30 (1999): 877-__. (Examines works by Woolfand E.M. Forster.)

    Gualtieri, Elena. "Three Guineas and the Photograph:The Art of Propaganda." In Women Writers of the 1930s:Gender, Politics, and History, ed. Maroula Joannou, 165-78.Edinburgh: Edinburgh U P, 1999.

    Gualtieri-Reed, Elizabeth J. "Mrs. Dalloway: RevisingReligion." Centennial Review 43 (1999): 205-25.

    Hackett, Robin. "Supplanting Shakespeare's Rising sons:A Perverse Reading Through Woolf's The Waves." Tulsa Studiesin Women's Literature. 18(2):263-80. 1999 Fall.

    Hall, Sarah M. "'House of All the Deaths': 22 Hyde ParkGate." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 42-45.

    Hankins, Leslie Kathleen. "'Colour Burning on a Frameworkof Steel': Virginia Woolf, Marleen Gorris, Eileen Atkins, andMrs. Dalloway(s)." Women's Studies 28 (1999): 365-73.

    Harzewski, Stephanie. "Hypertext as Metaphor: ReadingWoolf in the Electronic Age." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 227-33. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Henderson, Diana E. "Rewriting Family Ties: Woolf's RenaissanceRomance." In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance,ed. Sally Greene, 136-60. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999. (Considers Mrs.Dalloway and Cymbeline.)

    Henry, Holly. "Eclipse Madness, 1927." Astronomyand Geophysics 40.4 (1999): 17-19. (Abstract: "The mediaattention on the forthcoming total solar eclipse is nothing new.A similar eclipse 72 years ago brought solar astronomy into thepublic domain with newspaper reports, cartoon, and tours to thezone of totality. Among the eclipse tourists in 1927 was VirginiaWoolf, whose experience of seeing the eclipse subsequently informedboth her fiction writing and her aesthetic vision.")

    Hoff, Molly. "Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway." Explicator57 (1999): 95-97.

    ____. "The pseudo Homeric world of Mrs. Dalloway."Twentieth Century Literature. 45.2 (Summer 1999): 186-209.

    Hoffman, Michael J., and Ann ter Haar. "'Whose Books OnceInfluenced Mine: The Relationship between E.M. Forster's HowardsEnd and Virginia Woolf's The Waves." Twentieth-CenturyLiterature 45 (1999): 46-64.

    Holden, Kate. "Formations of Discipline and Manliness:Culture, Politics and 1930s Women's Writing." Journal ofGender Studies 8 (1999): 141-57. ("Analyzes the politicaland cultural aspects of discipline and manliness as evidencedin the 1930s women's writing specifically in the works of KatharineBurdekin, Jean Rhys and Virginia Woolf.")

    Holmes, Rachael. "Identity in 'The Lady in the Looking-Glass:A Reflection.'" Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999):25-27.

    hooks, bell. "Zora Neale Hurston: A Subversive Reading."In Remembered Rapture: The Writer at Work, 173-90. NewYork: Henry Holt, 1999. (Considers A Room of One's Owntogether with Their Eyes Were Watching God.)

    Humm, Maggie. "Virginia Woolf's Photography." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 19-21.

    Ingelbien R. "Intertextuality, critical politics and themodernist canon: The case of Virginia Woolf." Paragraph,22.3 (1999):278-292

    Ingram, P. "'One Drifts Apart': To the Lighthouse asArt of Response." Philosophy and Literature 23 (1999):78-95.

    Isenberg, Nancy . " Woolf's Orlando and the Stagingof Ballet Narrative." Textus: English Studies in Italy.12.1 (1999): 165-84.

    Ito, Yuko. "The Masked Reality in Leonard Woolf's ColonialWritings." In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed.Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 136-41. New York: Pace U P,1999.

    Jehlen, Myra. "An Empire of One's Own." In Latipografia nel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci,ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 90-98.

    Jefferson, Margo. "Fearlessly Taking a Fresh Look at ReveredArtists." New York Times. 149.51693(Nov 1, 1999): E32. (OnDuke Ellington's music and the writings of Virginia Woolf.)

    Johnston, Georgia. "Raising Community: Introduction."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Meanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 1-5. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Kaviola, Karen. "Revisiting Woolf's Representations ofAndrogyny: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Nation." TulsaStudies in Women's Literature. 18.2(Fall 1999):235-61.

    Kato, Megumi. "The Politics/Poetics of Motherhood in Tothe Lighthouse." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 102-09. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Kendrick, Walter. "On film: the unfilmable." Salmagundi.121/122 (Winter/Spring 1999): 49-62. (Includes his negative assessmentof Marleen Gorris's adaptation of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway)

    Knowles, Nancy. "A Community of Women Looking at Men:The Photographs in Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 91-96. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Knowles, Sebastian D.G. "Narrative, Death, and Desire:The Three Senses of Humor in Jacob's Room." Woolf StudiesAnnual 5 (1999): 97-112.

    Lackey, Michael. "Killing God, Liberating the "Subject":Nietzsche and Post God Freedom ." Journal of the Historyof Ideas. 60. 4 (1999).

    Lackey, Michael. "Albanians and Armenians: Woolf and thePolitics of Intimacy in Mrs. Dalloway." Explicator57 (1999): 225-27.

    ___. "The Gender of Atheism in Virginia Woolf's 'A SimpleMelody.'" Studies in Short Fiction [forthcoming].

    ___. "Woolf and the Necessity of Atheism." VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 53 (1999): 3-4.

    Landon, Lana Hartman, and Laurel Smith. "A Community ofCorrespondences: Two Women, Letters, and The Voyage Out."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 17-22. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Laroche, Rebecca. "Laura at the Crossroads: A Room ofOne's Own and the Elizabethan Sonnet." In Virginia Woolf:Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene, 192-210. Athens:Ohio U P, 1999.

    Laurence, Patricia. "'Holding her Pen Like a Broom': VirginiaWoolf's Anxieties About Working-Class Women." ÉtudesBritanniques Contemporatines. (Automne 1999) 5-18.

    Laurence, Patricia. "In Memoriam, East and West: DadieRylands (1902-1999) and Xiao Qian (1910-1999)." VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 53 (Spring 1999): 4-5.

    ___. "Virginia Woolf in/on Translation." VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999): 1-2.

    Lee Hermione. "Letter from . . . Zennor (Virginia Woolf'sversion of the June 29, 1927 total eclipse)."TLS.5029(1999):13-14.

    Locatelli, Carla. "Figures of Displacement and Displacementof Figures: the Play of Autobiography in Moments of Being."In La tipografia nel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf.Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 11-22.

    Lord, Catherine M. "The Frames of Septimus Smith: ThroughTwenty Four Hours in the City of Mrs. Dalloway, 1923, and of MillennialLondon: Art Is a Shocking Experience." Parallax: a Journalof Metadiscursive Theory & Cultural Practices. 5.3(July-Sept1999):36-46.

    Lounsberry, Barbara. "Virginia Woolf and the Communityof Diarists." In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed.Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 202-11. New York: Pace U P,1999.

    Low, Lisa. "'Listen and Save': Woolf's Allusion to Comusin Her Revolutionary First Novel." In Virginia Woolf:Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene, 117-35. Athens:Ohio U P, 1999.

    Luckhurst, Nicola. "'To Quote My Quotation from Montaigne.'"In Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene,41-64. Athens: Ohio U P, 1999.

    Marotte, Mary Ruth. "Re-Constructing Femininity in Woolfand Cixous: Awakening the Need to Create." Publicationsof the Arkansas Philoloogical Association 25 (1999): 61-72.(Considers especially To the Lighthouse and A Room ofOne's Own.)

    Marshik, Celia. "Publication and 'Public Women': Prostitutionand Censorship in Three Novels by Virginia Woolf." ModernFiction Studies. 45.4(Winter 1999):853-86.

    Martin, Lindsay. "Wyndham Lewis's Satires on VirginiaWoolf." Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 32-35.

    Matsumiya, Sonoko. "The Shift from Communication to Communionin To the Lighthouse." Virginia Woolf Review,16 (1999): 1-17.

    McVicker, Jeanette, and Laura Davis. "Note from the Editors."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 6-9. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    McWhirter, David. "Woolf, Eliot, and the Elizabethans:The Politics of Modernist Nostalgia." In Virginia Woolf:Reading the Renaissance, ed. Sally Greene, 245-66. Athens:Ohio U P, 1999.

    Miles, Kathryn. "'That Perpetual Marriage of Granite andRainbow': Searching for 'The New Biography' in Virginia Woolf'sOrlando." In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. JeanetteMcVicker and Laura Davis, 212-18. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Mimlitsch, Michelle. "Powers of Horror and Peace: Abjectionand Community in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts." In VirginiaWoolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis,36-43. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Murdock, Robert M. "New York reviews." Art News.98.9 (Oct 99):190. (Presents a critique of an exhibition of artistMay Stevens' acrylics on paper at the Mary Ryan gallery in NewYork City. Incorporation of lines of text from the writings ofVirginia Woolf and feminist theorist Julia Kristeva in the paintings.)

    Nasu, Masako. "The Narrative Structure of 'Experimental'Short Fictions: From To the Lighthouse to The Waves."Virginia Woolf Review, 16 (1999): 33-46. (in Japanese)

    Nelson-McDermott, Catherine. "Disorderly Conduct: Parodyand Coded Humor in Jacob's Room and The Years."Woolf Studies Annual 5 (1999): 79-95.

    Neverov, Vara. "Thinking Back Through Our Mothers, Thinkingin Common: Virginia Woolf's Photographic Imagination and the Communityof Narrators in Jacob's Room, A Room of One's Own,and Three Guineas." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 65-90. New York: Pace UP, 1999.

    Newman, Hilary. "Mrs. Stephen in The Mausoleum Book andMrs. Ramsay in To the Lighthouse." Virginia Woolf Bulletin1.2 (1999): 37-41.

    Nunez, Sigrid. "'Why are These Pages Comforting?'"In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 200-02. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Nussbaum, Martha. "The Window: Knowledge of Other Mindsin Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse." In Sexand Social Justice, 355-73. New York: Oxford U P, 1999.

    Orestano, Francesca. "Jacob's Room: crisi dellapropsetivva e 'Trionfo della Morte'." In La tipografianel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed.Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 149-66.

    Ouditt, Sharon. "Orlando: Coming Across the Divide:Adaptations: From Text to Screen, Screen to Text." In Cartmell,Deborah (ed. and introd.) and Whelehan, Imelda (ed.), 146-56.London: Routledge, 1999

    Oxendine, Annette. "Outing the Outsiders: Woolf's Explorationof Homophobia in Between the Acts." Woolf StudiesAnnual 5 (1999): 115-31.

    Palacios, Manuela. "The Linguistic Politics of Translation:Translating Woolf into Gallican." Virginia Woolf Miscellany54 (Fall 1999): 8-9.

    Palusci, Oriana. "Premesa." In La tipografia nelsalotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino:Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 7-10.

    Palusci, Oriana. "Virginia Woolf e Katharine Burdekin:Orlando contro Hitler." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 231-49.

    Peach, Linden. "No Longer a View: Virginia Woolf in the1930s and the 1930s in Virginia Woolf." In Women Writersof the 1930s: Gender, Politics, and History, ed. Maroula Joannou,192-204. Edinburgh: Edinburgh U P, 1999.

    Peers, Ros. "Food Imagery in The Waves."VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 13-17.

    Pettigrew, Nita, with Julia Gray and Rebecca Weisser. "FirstEncounters: Student Responses to Woolf." In Virginia Woolfand Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 276-82.New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Philippi, Gisela. "Some Kind of Whole Made ShimmeringFragments: Modernism and the St. Ives Writings of Virginia Woolf."Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 77-79. (A report ona day-school trip to St. Ives sponsored by the university of Exeterand led by Rosemary Sumner.)

    Pollack, Susan. "In the Footsteps of Virginia Woolf."New Age: The Journal for Holistic Living. May/June 1999:88-93.

    Putzel, Steven. "Virginia Woolf and 'The Distance of theStage.'" Women's Studies 28 (1999): 431-66.

    Raby, Alister. "'The Porch,' Cambridge." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 36-38.

    Reid, Panthea. "Virginia Woolf, Leslie Stephen, JuliaMargaret Cameron, and the Prince of Abyssinia: An Inquiry intoCertain Colonialist Representations." Biography: An InterdisciplinaryQuarterly 22 (1999): 323+.

    Reviron, Floriane. "Orlando de Virginia Woolf (1928):Une Reponse a Eminent Victorians?" La Biographielitteraire en Angleterre (XVIIe - XXe siecles): Configurations,reconfigurations du soi artistique. Regard, Frederic (ed.and introd.) 117-40. Saint-Etienne, France: Universite de Saint-Etienne,1999.

    Reynier, Christine. "Flush (1933) et Roger Fry(1940): La Biographie woolfienne ou le desir de 'still life' LaBiographie litteraire en Angleterre (XVIIe - XXe siecles): Configurations,reconfigurations du soi artistique. Regard, Frederic (ed.and introd.) 141-59. Saint-Etienne, France: Universite de Saint-Etienne,1999.

    Richter, Harvena. "A Curious Coincidence." VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 53 (Spring 1999): 2. (Compares Orlandoand Poe's "Ligeia.")

    Rodier, Carole. "Golden Light and Substance: 'The Proseof the World' in Virginia Woolf's Novels." Virginia WoolfBulletin 1.1 (1999): 22-24.

    Rogers, Michael. "Classic Returns." Library Journal.124.16 (Oct 1, 1999): 140. Reviews several classic fiction andnonfiction books including Virginia Woolf by John Lehman.

    Royer, Diana. "Remaking Virginia: A Caution for Readers."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 187-92. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Saariluoma, L. "Virginia Woolf's The Years: Identityand Time in an Anti-family Novel." Orbis Litteratum54 (1999): 276-300.

    Saupe, Anja. "'Ich bestand aus nichts anderem'-Zum Verhaltnisvon Konstruktion, Destruktion und Rekonstruktion von Geschlechtsidentitatin Erzahlungen der Moderne." Literatur fur Leser.22.3(1999):144-61.

    Sawada, Chikako. "A Daughter Looking through a Camera:Sally Potter's Orlando." Virginia Woolf Review,16 (1999): 18-32.

    Searls, Damion. "The Timing of Mrs. Dalloway."Women's Studies 28 (1999): 357-62.

    Shi-Jing, Qu. "How I Became a Woolfian Scholar in China."Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999): 8.

    Siciliani, Erina. "Storie de donne artiste: un viaggioverso il faro." In La tipografia nel salotto: saggi suVirginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori,1999. 185-203.

    Silbergleid, Robin Paula. "'We Perished, Each Alone':Loss and Lyricism in Woolf, Maso, and Young." In VirginiaWoolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis,57-64. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Simons, Jon. "The critical force of fictive theory: Jameson,Foucault and Woolf" In Reconstituting social criticism:political morality in an age of scepticism. Mackenzie, Iainand Shane M.O'Neill, eds. New York: St. Martin's, 1999

    Snaith, Anna. "Virginia Woolf and Reading Communities:Responses to Three Guineas." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 219-26. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Snir, Reuven. "Virginia Woolf in Arabic Literature: Tranlations,Influence, and Reception." Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54(Fall 1999): 6-7.

    Sparks, Elisa Kay. "The Dial as Matrix: Periodical Communitybetween Virginia Woolf and Georgia O'Keefe." In VirginiaWoolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis,251-59. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Stella, Maria. "Oggetti solidi e romanzi non scritti:Virginia Woolf e il racconto." In La tipografia nel salotto:saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: TirreniaStampatori, 1999. 125-37.

    Stone, Wilfred. "Defoe the Touchstone."VirginiaWoolf Miscellany 53 (Spring 1999): 2-3.

    Suh, Judy. "Woolf and the Gendering of Fascism."In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed. Jeanette McVickerand Laura Davis, 141-46. New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Sumner, Rosemary. "An Experiment in Fiction: 'The ThingThat Exists When We Aren't There' [Part 1]." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 17-18.

    ___. "An Experiment in Fiction: 'The Thing that ExistsWhen We Aren't There' [concluded]." Virginia Woolf Bulletin1.2 (1999): 22-27. (This combined with the previous entry formpart of a chapter in Sumner's A Route To Modernism, indexedabove.)

    Tanji, Ai. "Mrs. Dalloway's Favorite Books or the e-textversions of T. H. Huxley's Works." Virginia Woolf Review,16 (1999): 63-67. (in Japanese)

    Trotman, Nat. "The Burning Between: Androgyny/Photography/Desire."Women's Studies 28 (1999): 375-98. (Considers A Roomof One's Own, among other things.)

    Usui, Masami. "Who's Afraid of Celebrating Woolf in Japan?"Virginia Woolf Miscellany 54 (Fall 1999): 7.

    Vidarsdottir, Kristin. "Kynlegir kvistir: Saga, kyn ogkynhneigd i skaldsogunni Orlando eftir. Virginiu Woolf."Timarit Mals Og Menningar. 60.3(1999):34-48.

    Villa, Vittoriana. "'Alien to each other': Dorothy Richardsone Virginia Woolf." In La tipografia nel salotto: saggisu Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci, ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori,1999. 78-89.

    Villeneuve, Pierre-Eric. "Communities of Desire: Woolf,Proust, and the Reading Process." In Virginia Woolf andCommunities, ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 22-28.New York: Pace U P, 1999.

    Walker, Thomas D. "The Cover Design." LibraryQuarterly 69 (1999): 360-62. (Examines among other thingsthe use of the pressmark by Leonard and Virginia Woolf.)

    Wall, Kathleen. "Frame Narratives and Unresolved Contradictionsin Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own" Jnt-Journalof Narrative Theory. 29.2(Spring 1999:184-207.

    Waugh, Patricia . "Revising the Two Cultures Debate: Science,Literature, and Value" The Arts and Sciences of Criticism.Fuller, David (ed. and introd.); Waugh, Patricia (ed. and introd.).33-59. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999.

    Westling, Louise. "Virginia Woolf and the Flesh of theWorld." New Literary History 30 (1999): 855-__. (Considers"the integration of quantum physics" in Woolf's works,including the influence of Einstein on Woolf.)

    Whitworth, Michael. "Woolf's Web: Telecommunications andCommunity." In Virginia Woolf and Communities, ed.Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 161-67. New York: Pace U P,1999.

    Wilkinson, Sheila M. "Seeds of the Society." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 5.

    ___. "'Who Lived at Alfoxton'?" Virginia WoolfBulletin 1.2 (1999): 48-50.

    ___. "Virginia Woolf as the Common Reader." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 77. (A report on a lunchtime celebrationof the National Year of Reading at the Natonal Portrait Galleryat which Toba Man read from The Common Reader.)

    ___. "Virginia Woolf and Her Context." VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 61-62. (A report on a one-day courseheld at Rewley House, Oxford, led by Dr. Jem Poster.)

    Wilson, Deborah. "Between the Arts: Woolf, Pedagogy, andthe Persistence of Authority." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 109-16. New York: PaceU P, 1999.

    Xin, Bin. Chen, Tenglan . " (A Dialogic Approach to DiscourseAnalysis) Waiguoyu. 5.123(Sept 1999):8-13. (Notes in Chinese withEnglish summary.)

    Yamaneki, Kanako. "Woolf's Historical Perspective: A ComparativeStudy of Between the Acts and Bowen's The Heat of theDay." Virginia Woolf Review, 16 (1999): 47-62.(in Japanese)

    Zaccaria, Paola. "Freud fa differenze? Appercezione psico-spazialee fantasmi genitoriali in Virginia Woolf e H. D." In Latipografia nel salotto: saggi su Virginia Woolf. Oriana Palusci,ed. Torino: Tirrenia Stampatori, 1999. 38-53.

    Zucker, Marilyn. "Virginia Woolf and the French Connection:A Devotion to Language." In Virginia Woolf and Communities,ed. Jeanette McVicker and Laura Davis, 29-35. New York: Pace UP, 1999.

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    Dissertations

    Albrinck, Meg. Crossing No Man's Land: Gender Confusionand Genre Disruption in British. Women's War Narratives. Diss.U of Wisconsin, Madison, 1999.

    Avasthi, Smita. Forms of Feminist Writing, 1914 1939: West,Warner, Woolf, and the Cultural Context. Diss. U of Oregon,1999.

    Brewer, Lisa Shaula. "'Thinking is My Fighting': Tracingthe Developing Critique of War and Violence in the Fiction ofVirginia Woolf." Ph.D. diss., University of Oregon, 1999.

    Campbell, Ann Gibaldi. Virginia Woolf's Coming to Writing.Diss. U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1999.

    Christensen, Erik C. "The Imperfect Librarians: Myth andResistance in Marcel Proust, Johannes V. Jensen, Virginia Woolf,and Jorge Luis Borges." Ph.D. diss., University of Washington,1999.

    Daniel, Anne Margaret. Felonious Behavior: Crime and Punishmentin the Fiction of Charlotte Bronte, Oscar Wilde, and VirginiaWoolf. Diss. Princeton U, 1999.

    Devenney, Christopher M. Detours of Writing: Exile and Experiencebetween Literature and Philosophy. Diss. State U of New York,Buffalo, 1999.

    Fox, Susan Hudson. "Two stories: Katherine Mansfield,Virginia Woolf and their literary other[ness] ; The men and womenof 1918." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Davis, 1999.

    Gualtieri-Reed, Elizabeth J. "Virginia Woolf revisingspirituality." Ph. D. diss., University of North Carolinaat Chapel Hill, 1999.

    Henry, Holly Grace. Nebulous Networks: Virginia Woolf andPopular Astronomy. Diss. Pennsylvania State U, 1999.

    Koenigsberger, Kurt. "Imperial Menageries: Modernism,Totality, and the Domestic English Novel, 1851-1941." Ph.D.diss., Vanderbilt University, 1999.

    Lackey, Michael. "Killing God, A Labor of Love: Post-GodIntimacy in Nietzsche and Woolf." Ph.D. diss., Universityof Kentucky, 1999.

    Lecourt, Nancy Hoyt. "Motherwork, artwork: the mother/artistin fiction by Parton, Phelps, Chopin, Woolf, Drabble, and Walker."Ph.D. diss., University of New Hampshire, 1999.

    Linett, Maren Tova. Figuring the Modern: Jews as Metaphorsin Modernist British Fiction. Diss. U of Michigan, 1999.

    Nandrea, Lorri G. "Texturing Eros: the aesthetics of singularityand the practice of sensibility in Sterne, Austen, Bronte, andWoolf." Ph.D. diss., Northwestern University, 1999.

    Nelson-McDermott, Catherine A. "Pictures of a floatingworld, relocating Bloomsbury" Ph.D. diss., University ofAlberta, 1997.

    Olson, Lucia Thomas . "'This, This Is England, but WeOnly Passed By': Reclamations and Subversions of English NationalIdentity in Works by Woolf, Waugh, Rhys and Naipaul." Ph.D.,diss., University of Illinois, Urbana. 1998.

    Pines, Davida Beth. "The Paradox of Marital Failure inJames, Ford, Larsen, and Woolf." Ph.D. diss., Brandeis University,1999.

    Prien, Helen Elizabeth. "The Enneagram and the Actor:Using a System of Personality Typology in Character Analysis"Ph.D. diss., Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. 1998.

    Recht, Sydney Gail. "Virginia Woolf and Zora Neale Hurston:Female Voice and the Dynamics of Female Communal ExPion DissertationAbstract Number DA9919989. Ph.D. diss., Fordham University. 1998.

    Robinson, Judy Larrick. Netting Moths and Butterflies inVirginia Woolf: Her Lepidopteran Lexicon for Scenes of Power andParalysis. Diss. U of Toledo, 1999.

    Rogge-Wiest, Gudrun. "Wahrnehmung und Perspektivik inausgewahlten Romanen Virginia Woolfs." Ph.D. diss., Frankfurtam Main: P. Lang, 1999.

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

    Stearns, Thaine R. "A visible chaos: conflicted exchangesin Anglo-American modernism." Ph.D. diss. University of Washington,1999.

    Tsai, Hsiu Chuang. Domestic Space in Virginia Woolf andEileen Chang. Diss. U of Wisconsin, Madison, 1999.

    Master'stheses

    Davis, Angella Michele. "Space Invaders: Memory in theWorks of Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf." M.A. thesis,University of South Carolina, 1999.

    Dyer, Rebekah L. "'Male and female created He them': Joyce,Woolf, and the androgynous vision at the dawn of the women's liberationmovement ." M. A. Thesis, East Tennessee State University,1999.

    Holler, Karen Lee. "'Give us Also the Right to Our Existence!':Passions between Women: Radclyffe Hall and Virginia Woolf's DiversePoints of Reference." M.S. thesis, Southern Connecticut StateUniversity, 1999.

    Kung, Siu Bing. "Gender identity and androgyny in Shuangshen Shuang shen (Dual Bodies), Orlando, A room of one's own andThe illusionist." M.Phil. Thesis, Chinese Universityof Hong Kong, 1999.

    Kurtz, Jennifer Robin. "Writing Against the Current: Woolf'sAnalysis of Social Institutions and Subjectivity." M.A. thesis,Radford University, 1999.

    Libby, Martha. "For Nothing was Simply One Thing":Transformation of Family in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse.M.A. thesis, Trinity College, 1999.

    Piazzola, Christopher. "'She will be a Poet [...] in anotherHundred Years' Time': Virginia Woolf's Orlando as a Questfor Incandescence." Master's thesis, University of Montana,1999.

    Ragsdale, Rebecca A. "Virginia Woolf: The Marriage Relationshipin Three Novels, The Voyage Out, Mrs. Dalloway, and Tothe Lighthouse." M.A. thesis, Minnesota State U, Mankato,1999.

    Scheele, Linda C. "Virginia Woolf's use of microcosmsin her novel To the Lighthouse and her essay 'The sun andthe fish.' M.A. Thesis. Portland State University, 1999.

    Schirmer, Christine M. "Resisting the line: Virginia Woolfand the post-impressionists." M.A. Thesis. San FranciscoState University, 1999.

    Weiner, Nancy. "The demon in the house: resonances ofthe Lilith myth in Virginia Woolf's protagonists." M.A. Thesis,California State University, Fresno, 1999.

    Undergraduate theses

    Chao, Pearl. "Regeneration: New Readings of Virginia Woolf'sOrlando." Undergraduate honors thesis, Bucknell University,1999.

    Kaner, Margaret. "'Incumbent o'er the Surface Past Time':Surfaces and the Temporal Other in Mrs. Dalloway."Undergraduate honors thesis, Brandeis University, 1999.

    Orenstein, Marel B. "A Capacious Hold All: Virginia Woolf'sDiary and Manic-Depressive Illness." Undergraduate honorsthesis, College of William and Mary, 1999.

    Ragland, Karla. "Memory and Creative Process." B.A.thesis, University of Northern Colo. (Treats Woolf, Toni Morrison,and Anna Andreevna Akhmatova.)

    Scott, Pamela Kristin. "Is Life Very Solid or Very Shifting?'Stasis and Flux in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway and Tothe Lighthouse." Undergraduate honors thesis, Smith College,1999.

    Wiper, Mary Katherine. "An offering for the sake of offering":invisible work and emotion work in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway."B.A. Thesis, 1999.back to top!

    Reviews

    Albrinck, Meg. "Woolf's War Stories." Rev of VirginiaWoolf and the Great War by Karen Levenback. Novel: A Forumon Fiction 33.1 (1999): 141-42.

    Allen, Judith. Review of Virginia Woolf's Renaissance: WomanReader or Common Reader? by Juliet Dusinberre. Woolf StudiesAnnual 5 (1999): 170-74.

    Altman, Meryl. "The Complexity of Complicity." Reviewof Thinking Fascism: Sapphic Modernism and Fascist Modernity,by Erin G. Carlston. Women's Review of Books 16.5 (1999):8.

    Barkway, Stephen. Review of Granite and Rainbow: The HiddenLife of Virginia Woolf, by Mitchell A. Leaska. VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 48-50.

    ___. Review of Mitz: The Marmoset of Bloomsbury, bySigrid Nunez. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 69-71.

    ___. Review of Orlando, ed. J. H. Stape (ShakespeareHead Press edition, 1998). Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1(1999): 44-45.

    Bluemel, Kristin. Review of Loving arms by Karen Schneider.Studies in the Novel 31.2 (Summer 1999): 249-52.

    Briggs, Julia. Review of A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf,4th ed., by B.J. Kirkpatrick and Stuart N. Clarke. Review ofEnglish Studies 50 (1999): 266-68.

    Chamberlain, Kathy. Review of four Bloomsbury Heritage monographs:Charleston, A Voice in the House, by Kathryn N. Benzel,Bloomsbury in Vogue, by Nicola Luckhurst, Raymond Mortimer:A Bloomsbury Voice, by Michael Yoss, and Vanessa Bell--ALife of Painting, by Rachel Tranter. Virginia Woolf Miscellany53 (Spring 1999): 7.

    Channer, Vanessa. Review of Julia Margaret Cameron's Women,by Sylvia Wolf. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999): 51-53.

    Chapman, Wayne K. Review of A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf,4th ed., by B.J. Kirkpatrick and Stuart N. Clarke. Woolf StudiesAnnual 5 (1999): 161-66.

    Charles, Anne. Rev. of Lesbian Panic: Homoeroticism in ModernBritish Women's Fiction by Patricia Juliana Smith. LesbianReview of Books. 5.4 (Summer 1999): 9-10.

    Charles, Anne. Rev. of Thinking Fascism: Sapphic Modernismand Fascist Modernity by Erin Carlston. International Reviewof Modernism 2.2 (Spring/Summer 1999) 23-4.

    Clarke, Stuart N. Review of Flush, ed. Kate Flint (OxfordWorld's Classics). Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.1 (1999):46-47.

    ___. Review of Flush, ed. Elizabeth Steele (ShakespeareHead). Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 55-56.

    ___. Review of Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf? A Case forthe Sanity of Virginia Woolf, by Irene Coates. VirginiaWoolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 68-69.

    ___. Review of Woolf Studies Annual, 4; and VirginiaWoolf and Her Influences. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2(1999): 66-67.

    Cox, Shelley. Review of Reading Alcoholisms: TheorizingCharacter and Narrative in Selected Novels of Thomas Hardy, JamesJoyce, and Virginia Woolf, by Jane Lilienfeld. LibraryJournal 124.14 (September 1999): 191.

    Dasenbrock Reed Way. Review of Framing pieces: Designs ofthe gloss in Joyce, Woolf, and Pound, by John Whittier Ferguson.Modern philology. 96.3 (1999): 406-409.

    Dell, Marion. Review of Women in the Milieu of Leonard andVirginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education, ed. WayneK. Chapman and Janet M. Manson. Virginia Woolf Bulletin1.2 (1999): 61-63.

    Gargan, William. Revies of Bloomsbury and France: Art andFriends, by Mary Ann Caws and Sarah Bird. Library Journal124.18 (November 1999): 81.

    Gill, Joanna. Review of The Feminist Aesthetics of VirginiaWoolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism, and the Politics of theVisual, by Jane Goldman. Textual Practice 13 (1999):374-79.

    Gillespie, Diane F. Review of The Feminist Aesthetics ofVirginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism, and the Politicsof the Visual, by Jane Goldman. Modern Fiction Studies45 (1999): 526-29.

    Graves, Mark A. Review of Virginia Woolf and the Essay,ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino. English Literaturein Transition 42 (1999): 93-95.

    Greaves, Richard. Review of Thinking fascism by ErinG. Carlston. The Review of English Studies 50.200 (Nov1999): 559-60.

    Gurr J.M. Review of Modernism and mass politics: Joyce,Woolf, Eliot, Yeats, by Michael Tratner. Anglia-Zeitschriftfur Englische Philologie. 1999, 117.2:297-302.

    Hovey, Jaime. Review of Virginia Woolf's Renaissance: WomanReader or Common Reader? by Juliet Dusinberre and VirginiaWoolf: Lesbian Readings, ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer.Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 25 (1999):363-__.

    Imaizumi, Mizue. Review of Death and the Mother from Dickensto Freud: Victorian Fiction and the Anxiety of Origins byCarolyn Dever. Virginia Woolf Review, 16 (1999): 71-74.(in Japanese)

    Johnson, Judith. Review of The Experimental Self: DialogicSubjectivity in Woolf, Pym, and Brooke-Rose, by Judy Little.Woolf Studies Annual 5 (1999): 143-47.

    Johnson, William. Review of Virginia Woolf: The Common Ground,by Gillian Beer; and Feminist Destinations and Further Essayson Virginia Woolf, by Rachel Bowlby. Woolf Studies Annual5 (1999): __-__.

    Kennard, Jean. Review of Virginia Woolf, by HermioneLee. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 98 (1999):134-35.

    Kimura, Akiko. Review of The Flight of the Mind: VirginiaWoolf’s Art and Manic-Depressive Illness by Thomas C.Caramagno. Virginia Woolf Review, 16 (1999): 68-70. (inJapanese)

    Kostkowska, Justyna. Review of Virginia Woolf: Feminism,Creativity, and the Unconscious, by John R. Maze. EnglishLiterature in Transition 42 (1999): 96-99.

    Lee, Hermione. Review of The Feminist Aesthetics of VirginiaWoolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism and the Politics of the Visual,by Jane Goldman. Review of English Studies 50.199 (1999):409-11.

    Levenback, Karen L. Review of A Bibliography of VirginiaWoolf, 4th ed., by B.J. Kirkpatrick and Stuart N. Clarke.Virginia Woolf Miscellany 53 (Spring 1999): 5-6.

    ___. Review of Women's Fiction and the Great War, ed.Suzanne Raitt and Trudi Tate. Woolf Studies Annual 5 (1999):148-52.

    Lowry, Elizabeth. Book review of Katherine Mansfield and VirginiaWoolf by Angela Smith. TLS no5024 July 16 1999. p. 27.

    Makowsky, Veronica. Review of Eudora Welty and VirginiaWoolf by Suzan Harrison. The Southern Literary Journal32.1 (Fall 1999): 98-101.

    Najarian, James. Review of "Who Lived at Alfoxton?":Virginia Woolf and Romanticism by Ellen Tremper. Studiesin the Novel. 31.4 (1999): 527.

    Neverow, Vara. Review of "Ladies, Please Don't SmashThese Windows": Women's Writing, Feminist Consciousness,and Social Change 1918-1938, by Maroula Joannou; and ThinkingFascism: Sapphic Modernism and Fascist Modernity, by ErinG. Carlson. Woolf Studies Annual 5 (1999): 184-89.

    Niven, Bill, reviewer. Retrospect and review (book review).The Modern Language Review 94.4 (Oct 1999): 1162-3.

    Payne, W. Douglas. Review of Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings,ed. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer. College Literature26 (1999): 200-09.

    Polk, Noel. Review of Eudora Welty and Virginia Woolf: Gender,Genre, and Influence, by Suzan Harrison. Journal of AmericanStudies 33 (1999): 373-74.

    Premo, Diane Gardner. Review of The Marriage of Heaven andHell: Manic DePion and the Life of Virginia Woolf, by PeterDally. Library Journal 124.18 (November 1999): 81.

    Priske, Pamela. Review of The Feminist Aesthetics of VirginiaWoolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism, and the Politics of theVisual, by Jane Goldman. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2(1999): 64-66.

    Ratcliffe, Krista. Review of Virginia Woolf and the Essay,ed. Beth Carole Rosenberg and Jeanne Dubino. Woolf StudiesAnnual 5 (1999): 153-56.

    Rogers, M. Review of Virginia Woolf, by John Lehman.Library Journal 124.16 (October 1999): 140.

    Rosenberg, Beth. Review of Reading Virginia Woolf's Essaysand Journalism, by Leila Brosnan. Woolf Studies Annual5 (1999): 190-92.

    Saxton, Ruth O. Review of Feminism and the Postmodern Impulse:Post-World War II Fiction, by Magali Cornier Michael. WoolfStudies Annual 5 (1999): 167-69.

    Shone, Richard. "Praising and burying Bloomsbury."Review of the exhibition: "The Art of Bloomsbury." HistoryToday 49.11 (Nov 1999): 4-6.

    Spalding, Frances. Review of The Feminist Aesthetics ofVirginia Woolf by Jane Goldman. TLS 5005 (Mar 5 1999):34.

    Swanson, Diana. Review of Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings,eds. Eileen Barrett and Patricia Cramer; Sappho and the VirginMary: Same-Sex Love and the English Literary Imagination,by Ruth Vanita; and Lesbian Panic: Homoeroticism in ModernBritish Women's Fiction, by Patricia Juliana Smith. WoolfStudies Annual 5 (1999): 175-83.

    Takai, Hiroko. Review of Imagination in Theory: Essays onWriting and Culture by Michèle Barrett. VirginiaWoolf Review, 16 (1999): 79-83. (in Japanese)

    Taylor, Leeta. Review of Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance,ed. Sally Greene. ForeWord 2.4 (April 1999): 49-50.

    Vanita, Ruth. Review of "Who Lived at Alfoxton?":Virginia Woolf and English Romanticism, by Ellen Tremper.Woolf Studies Annual 5 (1999): 157-60.

    Webb, Ruth. Review of Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room: The HolographDraft, ed. Edward L. Bishop. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2(1999): 56-61.

    Weninger, Robert. Review of Passage through hell by David L.Pike. The German Quarterly v 72 no2 Spring 1999. p. 194-5. Pike'sbook focuses on two medieval/modern pairings (Peter Weiss/Danteand Christine de Pisan/Virginia Woolf).

    Yamada, Haruko. Review of Virginia Woolf and the Great Warby Karen L. Levenback. Virginia Woolf Review, 16 (1999):75-78. (in Japanese)

    Yamamoto, Tae. Review of Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissanceed. Sally Greene. Virginia Woolf Review, 16 (1999): 84-88.(in Japanese)

    New publications of texts by Virginia Woolf

    Flush. Ed. Elizabeth Steele. London: Blackwell [ShakespeareHead], 1999.

    "The Lady in the Looking-Glass: A Reflection." Harper'sMagazine, Nov. 1999: 89+. (This story, which is included in SusanDick's Complete Shorter Fiction of Virginia Woolf (new ed. 1989),was first published in Harper's in December 1929.)

    Blurbs to the first Hogarth and Harcourt Brace editions ofFlush. Virginia Woolf Bulletin 1.2 (1999): 51. (Onthe plausible assumption that Woolf herself wrote the blurbs.)

    A brief excerpt from Mrs. Dalloway, under the title"Schizophrenia." Canadian Medical Association Journal161.8 (1999): 1015.back to top!


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