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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Pace University Press
Conference on Virginia Woolf Staff, Ardis, Ann L., Scott, Bonnie Kime
At the end of the twentieth century, the questions raised and issues explored in Woolf studies prove to be sufficient themes of inquiry for a new century. Can there exist common ground between queer theorists and lesbian-feminists, or are their causes not connected and must they go their separate ways? Virginia Woolf belongs simultaneously to her time and to ours: What allusions would her contemporaries have taken for granted that must now be recovered through meticulous scholarship? What codes whose meanings are apparent to readers now would have been available to very few in her own time? What was popular film culture like and what connections might we find between Woolf's art and British film of the 1920s? How can Woolf help us think through the dangers of nationalism? What does Three Guineas contribute to a discussion of corporate globalism? And how does it illuminate what has happened for women in the academy and in the professions in the sixty years since it was published? Book jacket.Conference on Virginia Woolf Staff is the author of 'Virginia Woolf Turning the Centuries Selected Papers from the Ninth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf University of Delaware, June 10-13, 1999', published 2003 under ISBN 9780944473511 and ISBN 0944473512.
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