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Rosenfeld, Natania

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Works: 6 works in 23 publications in 1 language and 1,818 library holdings
Genres: Biography  History  Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Classifications: PR6045.O72, 823.912
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Publications about Natania Rosenfeld
Publications by Natania Rosenfeld
Most widely held works by Natania Rosenfeld
Outsiders together Virginia and Leonard Woolf by Natania Rosenfeld( file )
15 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in English and held by 1,810 libraries worldwide
"In this book, the first to focus on Virginia Woolf's writings in conjunction with those of her husband, Natania Rosenfeld illuminates Leonard's sense of ambivalent social identity and its affinities to Virginia's complex ideas of subjectivity." "At the time of the Woolfs' marriage, Leonard was a penniless ex-colonial administrator, a fervent anti-imperialist, a committed socialist, a budding novelist, and an assimilated Jew who vacillated between fierce pride in his ethnicity and repudiation of it. Virginia was an "intellectual aristocrat," socially privileged by her class and family background but hobbled through gender. Leonard helped Virginia elucidate her own prejudices and elitism, and his political engagements intensified her identification with outsiders in British society." "Rosenfeld discovers an aesthetic of intersubjectivity constantly at work in Virginia Woolf's prose, links this aesthetic to the intermeshed literary lives of the Woolfs, and connects both these sites of dialogue to the larger sociopolitical debates - about imperialism, capitalism, women, sexuality, international relations, and, finally, fascism - of their historical place and time."--Jacket
Virginia and Leonard Woolf : a union of outsiders by Natania Rosenfeld( Book )
3 editions published between 1991 and 1992 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Artists and daughters in Louisa May Alcott's Diana and Persis by Natania Rosenfeld( Article )
2 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
American Poetry Review records by American Poetry Review( file )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection primarily comprises the editorial files maintained on each contributor to the journal. Included in these files are correspondence between the authors, translaters, and editors of APR, manuscripts submitted for publication, galleys corrected by the authors and editors, and editors' votes and comments on submitted manuscripts. Other series include a small section of administrative correspondence, financial records from 1972-1980, photographs of the writers whose work has been published in APR, and an incomplete run of the periodical
Outsiders Together Virginia and Leonard Woolf by Natania Rosenfeld( file )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The marriage of Virginia and Leonard Woolf is best understood as a dialogue of two outsiders about ideas of social and political belonging and exclusion. These ideas infused the written work of both partners and carried over into literary modernism itself, in part through the influence of the Woolfs' groundbreaking publishing company, the Hogarth Press. In this book, the first to focus on Virginia Woolf's writings in conjunction with those of her husband, Natania Rosenfeld illuminates Leonard's sense of ambivalent social identity and its affinities to Virginia's complex ideas of subjectivity. At the time of the Woolfs' marriage, Leonard was a penniless ex-colonial administrator, a fervent anti-imperialist, a committed socialist, a budding novelist, and an assimilated Jew who vacillated between fierce pride in his ethnicity and repudiation of it. Virginia was an "intellectual aristocrat," socially privileged by her class and family background but hobbled through gender. Leonard helped Virginia elucidate her own prejudices and elitism, and his political engagements intensified her identification with outsiders in British society. Rosenfeld discovers an aesthetic of intersubjectivity constantly at work in Virginia Woolf's prose, links this aesthetic to the intermeshed literary lives of the Woolfs, and connects both these sites of dialogue to the larger sociopolitical debates--about imperialism, capitalism, women, sexuality, international relations, and, finally, fascism--of their historical place and time
of The American Poetry Review by Natania Rosenfeld( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Comprises 3 items, 3 leaves correspondence plus manuscripts for publication
 
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English (23)
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