Virginia Woolf A to Z: A Comprehensive Reference for Students, Teachers, and Common Readers to Her Life, Work, and Critical Reception (Paperback)

Virginia Woolf A to Z: A Comprehensive Reference for Students, Teachers, and Common Readers to Her Life, Work, and Critical Reception By Mark Hussey Cover Image
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Description


Her revolutionary novels and essays have inspired generations of feminists, and her life has aroused both interest and speculation. In Virginia Woolf A-Z, the author's works and autobiographical writings are set in the context of her infamous social milieu. Eight "family" trees map out the complicated relationships and living arrangements of the Bloomsbury Group, and a chronology gives a quick overview of the major events of Woolf's life. With over 1,300 entries and fifty illustrations, this desktop companion is the ideal antidote to those afraid of Virginia Woolf, and valuable beyond measure to those already familiar with her work.

About the Author


Mark Hussey, Associate Professor of English at Pace University, has written and edited many books and articles on Virginia Woolf, including The Singing of the Real World: The Philosophy of Virginia Woolf's Fiction. He is also an editor of Woolf Studies Annual and Virginia Woolf Miscellany.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780195110272
ISBN-10: 0195110277
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication Date: November 21st, 1996
Pages: 464
Language: English