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Virginia Woolf : themes and variations : selected papers from the Second Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, June 11-14, 1992

Author: Vara Neverow; Mark Hussey
Publisher: New York, NY : Pace University Press, 1993.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Congresses
Named Person: Virginia Woolf; Virginia Woolf
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Vara Neverow; Mark Hussey
ISBN: 0944473121 9780944473122 094447313X 9780944473139
OCLC Number: 27187483
Description: 358 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Frontispiece: "Legacy" / Isota Tucker Epes --
Introduction: continuing the conversation / Vara Neverow-Turk & Mark Hussey --
And the word became word: editing Virginia Woolf in the postmodernist nineties: Woolf studies through The years: nationalism, methodological politics, and critical reproduction / Susan Squier --
Woolf and female modernism: Woolf, Barnes and the ends of modernism: an Antiphon to Between the acts / Bonnie Kime Scott --
Virginia Woolf and the other arts: "Her kodak pointed at his head": Virginia Woolf and photography / Diane Gillespie --
The doctor and the Woolf: reel challenges, The cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Mrs. Dalloway / Leslie K. Hankins --
Woolf and male modernism: The pathology of the everyday: uses of madness in Mrs. Dalloway and Ulysses / Michael Seidl --
Who comes first, Joyce or Woolf? / Richard Pearce --
Circuits of desire: constucting female subjectivity in Virginia Woolf: The cook, the nurse, the maid, and the mother: Woolf's working women / Eve M. Lynch --
Disrupting the modern: Woolf's Between the acts: Face to face with "Ourselves" in Virginia Woolf's Between the acts / Beth Rigel Daugherty --
Evolution and imagination in Pointz Hall and Between the acts / Elizabeth Lambert --
Lupine pedagogies: Lupine pedagogy: teaching Woolf to terrified students / Annis Pratt --
One retrospective lupine view: a terrified student's view of Virginia Woolf's Three guineas / Lynn Kramer --
Elegiac modernity: Woolf and the nineteenth century: Mourning Victoria: Woolf and the absent queen / Jay Dickson --
The gendered gaze: tourists, voyeurs, readers, weepers: "Accesses of emotion, bursting into tears": why all the crying in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway / Susan Searles --
Virginia by Edna O'Brien: Aphra Behn Theatre Company (Program) --
Against empire: A portrait of Alexander, Princes of Wales and Queen of England, in Virginia Woolf's The waves / Masami Usui --
Woolf and gay and lesbian modernism: Talking it all out: homosexual disclosure in Woolf / David Eberly --
"The Albanians, or was it the Armenians?": Virginia Woolf's lesbianism as gloss on her modernism / Toni A. H. McNaron --
Figurations of (pro)creativity: Finding the hunger in hysteria: Freud, Klein, Woolf / Patricia Moron --
"No, she said, she did not want a pear": women's relation to food in To the lighthouse and Mrs. Dalloway / Elizabeth Dodd --
Cross-gendering and lesbian textualities: "Women alone stir my imagination": reading Virginia Woolf as a lesbian / Pamela J. Olano --
Sapphist semiotics in Woolf's The waves: untelling and retelling what cannot be told / Annette Oxindine --
The chase of the wild goose: the Ladies of Llangollen and Orlando / Danell Jones --
Re-reading the essays: Those soul mates: Virginia Woolf and MIchel de Montaigne / Judith Allen --
Woolf and narrative matrilineages: Dead angels: mothers in daughters' texts / Ruth Saxton --
A portrait of Virginia Woolf in Maureen Duffy's play, "A nightingale in Bloomsbury Square" / Christine W. Sizemore --
Spaces, places, houses, rooms: a feminist perspective: Rooms and the construction of the feminine self / Lenora Smith --
Female intimacies and the lesbian continuum: The voyage out: Virginia Woolf's first lesbian novel / Jessica Tvordi --
Outing Mrs. Ramsay: reading the lesbian subtext in Virginia Woolf's To the lighthouse / Donna Risolo --
"Love unspeakable:" the uses of allusion in Flush / Ruth Vanita --
Virginia Woolf's troubled materialism: The troubled materialism of Virginia Woolf's feminist theory of rhetoric / Krista Ratcliffe --
Fiery fabrics, tawny monsters, throbbing domesticity: Woolf and patterns of popular culture: Woolf's monumental list-works: transforming popular culture's semiotics of space / Denise Marshall --
Featured event: "The Lord must have His house": Virginia Woolf's romantic anarchism / Lucio P. Ruotolo --
An ear to the archives / Marilyn Zucker --
Two together: Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell / by Dianna Macleod (Program) --
Revisionary definitions: Gender and the canon: when Judith Shakespeare at last assumes her body / Susan Bennett Smith --
"A voice bubbling up": Mrs Dalloway in dialogue with Ulysses / Johanna X. K. Garvey --
To the lighthouse again: The housemaid and the kitchen table: judgment, economy, and representation in To the lighthouse / William R. Handley --
Three guineas: new perspectives: Women's voice: Three guineas as autobiography / Georgia Johnston --
Bloomsbury revisited: flipping through the albums: Was Virginia an "Apostle" of G. E. Moore? Woolf's idea of friendship in her 1918-1919 Diary / Sally A. Jacobsen --
"The double eye of love": Virginia Woolf and Mary Hutchinson / Mary Mathis.
Responsibility: edited by Vara Neverow-Turk and Mark Hussey.

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