Edited by Derek Ryan and Stella Bolaki
Dr Derek Ryan is Lecturer in Modernist Literature in the School of English at the University of Kent.
Dr Stella Bolaki is Lecturer in American Literature in the School of English at the University of Kent.
Preface - Jane Goldman Introduction to Contradictory Woolf - Derek Ryan and Stella Bolaki Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Judith Allen - "But... I had said 'but' too often." Why "but"? Michael H. Whitworth - Woolf, Context, and Contradiction Patricia Waugh - "Did I not banish the soul?" Thinking Otherwise, Woolf-wise Suzanne Bellamy - "The Play's The Thing BUT We Are The Thing Itself." Prologue, Performance and Painting. A Multimedia Exploration of Woolf's Work in the Late 1930s and Her Vision of Prehistory Marina Warner - Report to the Memoir Club: Scenes from a Colonial Childhood Lois J. Gilmore - "But somebody you wouldn't forget in a hurry": Bloomsbury and the Contradictions of African Art Maggie Humm - Contradictions in Autobiography: Virginia Woolf's Writings on Art Amber K. Regis - "But something betwixt and between": Roger Fry and the Contradictions of Biography Oren Goldschmidt - "Can 'I' become 'we'?": Addressing Community in The Years and Three Guineas Laci Mattison - Woolf's Un/Folding(s): The Artist and the Event of the Neo-Baroque Angeliki Spiropoulou - Woolf's Contradictory Thinking Sowon S. Park - The Feeling of Knowing in Mrs. Dalloway: Neuroscience and Woolf Stella Bolaki - "When the lights of health go down": Virginia Woolf's Aesthetics and Contemporary Illness Narratives Janet Winston - Kinetic Tropes, Comedic Turns: Dancing To The Lighthouse Claire Nicholson - But Woolf was a Sophisticated Observer of Fashion...: Virginia Woolf, Clothing and Contradiction Vara S. Neverow - Bi-sexing the Unmentionable Mary Hamiltons in A Room of One's Own: The Truth and Consequences of Unintended Pregnancies and Calculated Cross-Dressing Katharine Swarbrick - Lacanian Orlando Jeanne Dubino - The Bispecies Environment, Coevolution, and Flush Derek Ryan - From Spaniel Club to Animalous Society: Virginia Woolf's Flush Sam Wiseman - Ecology, Identity, and Eschatology: Crossing the Country and the City in Woolf Diane F. Gillespie - "Please Help Me!" Virginia Woolf, Viola Tree, and the Hogarth Press Madelyn Detloff - "Am I a Snob?" Well, Sort of: Socialism, Advocacy, and Disgust in Woolf's Economic Writing Kathryn Simpson - "Come buy, come buy": Woolf's Contradictory Relationship to the Marketplace Makiko Minow-Pinkney - Virginia Woolf and December 1910: The Question of the Fourth Dimension Jocelyn Rodal - Virginia Woolf on Mathematics: Signifying Opposition Amanda Golden - "A Brief Note in the Margin: Virginia Woolf and Annotating" Gill Lowe - "Observe, Observe Perpetually," Montaigne, Virginia Woolf and the "Patron au Dedans" Kristin Czarnecki - Who's Behind the Curtain? Virginia Woolf, "Nurse Lugton's Golden Thimble", and the Anxiety of Authorship Claire Davison - Virginia Woolf and the Russian Oxymoron Rebecca DeWald - "A Dialogue ... about this Beauty and Truth": Jorge Luis Borge's Translation of Virginia Woolf's Orlando Leslie Kathleen Hankins - "As I spin along the roads I remodel my life": Travel Films "projected into the shape of Orlando" John Coyle - Travesty in Woolf and Proust Wayne K. Chapman - Woolf, Yeats, and the Making of "Spilt Milk" Sara Sullam - Figures of Contradiction: Virginia Woolf's Rhetoric of Genres Ian Blyth - Do Not Feed the Birds: Night and Day and the Defence of the Realm Act Karen L. Levenback - Approaches to War and Peace in Woolf: "A Chapter on the Future" Cecil Woolf - Duncan Grant Notes on Contributors Conference Program
Size: 229 x 152 mm
Publication: June 1, 2012
Series: Clemson University Press: Woolf Selected Papers