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Virginia Woolf: Public and Private Negotiations (Paperback)
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Virginia Woolf: Public and Private Negotiations (Paperback)

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Paperback 194 Pages / Published: 05/06/2000
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In Virginia Woolf: Public and Private Negotiations , Anna Snaith explores the centrality of ideas of public and private in Woolf's life and writing. The book offers a fresh understanding of Woolf's feminism, her narrative techniques, her attitudes to publication, and her role in public debate. It draws on new manuscript material and previously unexplored letters to Woolf from her reading public.

Publisher: Palgrave USA
ISBN: 9781403911780
Number of pages: 194
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 11 mm
Edition: New edition


MEDIA REVIEWS
..."explores Woolf's feminism and socialism, and gives a thoughtful account of her highly characteristic narrative technique... most original."--Julia Briggs, "Times Literary Supplement"
..."an important contribution to Woolf studies, particularly in its discussions of Woolf's feminism and pacifism, her narrative strategies, her attitudes about gender and class, and her views on history, fact and fiction."--Diana L. Swanson, N. Illinois University, "Woolf Studies Annual"
..."some very valuable research... Admirable."--"Virginia Woolf Bulletin"

.,."explores Woolf's feminism and socialism, and gives a thoughtful account of her highly characteristic narrative technique... most original."--Julia Briggs, "Times Literary Supplement"
.,."an important contribution to Woolf studies, particularly in its discussions of Woolf's feminism and pacifism, her narrative strategies, her attitudes about gender and class, and her views on history, fact and fiction."--Diana L. Swanson, N. Illinois University, "Woolf Studies Annual"
.,."some very valuable research... Admirable."--"Virginia Woolf Bulletin"

."..explores Woolf's feminism and socialism, and gives a thoughtful account of her highly characteristic narrative technique... most original."--Julia Briggs, "Times Literary Supplement"

."..an important contribution to Woolf studies, particularly in its discussions of Woolf's feminism and pacifism, her narrative strategies, her attitudes about gender and class, and her views on history, fact and fiction."--Diana L. Swanson, N. Illinois University, "Woolf Studies Annual"

."..some very valuable research... Admirable."--"Virginia Woolf Bulletin"

..".explores Woolf's feminism and socialism, and gives a thoughtful account of her highly characteristic narrative technique... most original."--Julia Briggs, "Times Literary Supplement"
..".an important contribution to Woolf studies, particularly in its discussions of Woolf's feminism and pacifism, her narrative strategies, her attitudes about gender and class, and her views on history, fact and fiction."--Diana L. Swanson, N. Illinois University, "Woolf Studies Annual"
..".some very valuable research... Admirable."--"Virginia Woolf Bulletin"

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