V.21 (2015)

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In a major contribution to our understanding of Three Guineas, Rebecca Wisor thoroughly accounts for the historical context of the photographs Woolf included. Kristin Czarnecki inaugurates an important new discourse in Woolf studies by comparing Woolf’s trauma narratives with those of of Leslie Marmon Silko. And Bethany Layne contributes significantly to the emerging field of biofiction studies in her analysis of Susan Sellers’s Vanessa and Virginia. A thoroughly updated Guide to Library Special Collections of interest to Woolf scholars, and reviews of twenty-three new books complete this volume.  

195 pages