V.7 (2001)

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This volume includes Anca Vlasopolos on focalization, the cinematic gaze, and romance in Meredith and Woolf; Catherine Craft-Fairchild's analysis of gender construction in Sally Potter's Orlando; Judith Greenberg on traumatic reverberations in Between the Acts; and Kristina Busse on the return of the Real in Between the Acts. A letter from Woolf to Lady Sackville published here for the first time leads David Porter to speculate on reasons Vita Sackville-West's mother may have had for finding Orlando so offensive.

Woolf Studies Annual 7 also includes an up-to-date guide to research collections of interest to Woolf scholars. Reviews of new books include discussions of Woolf and postmodernism, of gender, of Israeli women's fiction, and of new collections of critical essays intended for students.


175 pages