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The Edinburgh companion to Virginia Woolf and the arts

Author: Maggie Humm
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2010.
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The Edinburgh Companion to Virginia Woolf and the Arts is the most authoritative and up-to-date guide to Virginia Woolf's artistic influences and associations. In original, extensive and newly researched chapters by internationally recognised authors, the Companion explores Woolf's ideas about creativity and the nature of art in the context of the recent 'turn to the visual' in modernist studies with its focus on  Read more...
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Edinburgh companion to Virginia Woolf and the arts.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c2010
(OCoLC)499075988
Named Person: Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Maggie Humm
ISBN: 9780748635535 074863553X 9780748635528 0748635521
OCLC Number: 659549511
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 500 p.) : ill. (some col.)
Contents: Virginia Woolf and the arts / Maggie Humm --
pt. 1. Aesthetics: Virginia Woolf and Victorian aesthetics / Kate Flint --
Virginia Woolf and modernist aesthetics / Jane Goldman --
Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury aesthetics / Anthony Uhlmann --
Virginia Woolf, performing race / Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina --
Virginia Woolf and city aesthetics / Vara S. Neverow --
Virginia Woolf and realist aesthetics / Linden Peach --
pt. 2. Paintings: Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell and painting / Diane F. Gillespie --
Virginia Woolf, art galleries and museums / Benjamin Harvey --
Virginia Woolf and portraiture / Elizabeth Hirsh --
pt. 3. Domestic arts: Virginia Woolf and Monk's house / Victoria Rosner --
Virginia Woolf and fashion / Jane Garrity --
Virginia Woolf and Bohemian lifestyles / Liz and Peter Brooker --
Virginia Woolf and entertaining / Makiko Minow-Pinkney --
Virginia Woolf and gardens / Nuala Hancock --
pt. 4. Publishing, broadcasting and technology: Virginia Woolf as publisher and editor: the Hogarth Press / Laura Marcus --
Virginia Woolf and book design / Tony Bradshaw --
Virginia Woolf and scrapbooking / Merry M. Pawlowski --
Virginia Woolf and the art of journalism / Patrick Collier --
Virginia Woolf: radio, gramophone, broadcasting / Pamela L. Caughie --
pt. 5. Visual media: Virginia Woolf and film / Leslie Kathleen Hankins --
Virginia Woolf and photography / Colin Dickey --
Virginia Woolf icon / Brenda R. Silver --
pt. 6. Performance arts: Virginia Woolf and music / Joyce E. Kelley --
Virginia Woolf and theatre / Steven Putzel --
Virginia Woolf and dance / Evelyn Haller.
Other Titles: Virginia Woolf and the arts
Responsibility: edited by Maggie Humm.

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The Edinburgh Companion to Virginia Woolf and the Arts is the most authoritative and up-to-date guide to Virginia Woolf's artistic influences and associations. In original, extensive and newly researched chapters by internationally recognised authors, the Companion explores Woolf's ideas about creativity and the nature of art in the context of the recent 'turn to the visual' in modernist studies with its focus on visual technologies and the significance of material production. The in-depth chapters place Woolf's work in relation to the most influential aesthetic theories and artistic practices.

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