Political Woolf

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 Woolf and Politics (old, classics)
  • Marder, Herbert.  "Virginia Woolf's 'Conversion': Three Guineas, 'Pointz Hall'
    and Between the Acts."  Journal of Modern Literature 14.4 (Spring 1988): 465-
    80.
  • Marcus, Jane.  "'Taking the Bull by the Udders': Sexual Difference in VW: A
    Conspiracy Theory."  146-69 In VW and Bloomsbury: A Centenary
    Celebra¬tion, ed. Jane Marcus.  Indiana UP, 1987.
  • Ingram, Angela.  "The Sacred Edifices: Virginia Woolf and Some of the Sons
    of Culture."  125-45.  In Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury: A Centenary
    Celebration, ed. Jane Marcus.  .iu 1987.  
  • Humm, Maggie.  Chapter 7 of Feminist Criticism: Women as Contemporary
    Critics.  St. Martin's, 1986: 123-54.
  • Black, Naomi.   "Virginia Woolf: The Life of Natural Happiness." Feminist
    Theorists, ed. Dale Spender.  Pantheon, 1983: 296-313.
  • Schlack, Beverly Ann.  "Fathers in General: The Patriarchy in VW's Fiction."  52-
    77 in Virginia Woolf: A Feminist Slant, ed. Jane Marcus.  Lincoln: U of
    Nebraska P, 1983.
  • Carroll, Berenice A.  "'To Crush Him in Our Own Country': The Political
    Thought of VW."  Feminist Studies 4.1 (Feb 1978): 99-131.
  • Marder, Herbert.  Feminism and Art: A Study of VW. U of Chicago P, 1968

Three Guineas
  • Staveley. Alice.  “Marketing Virginia Woolf: Women, War, and Public Relations
    in Three Guinea.”Book History, 12, (2009), pp. 295-339
  • Wisor, Rebecca, and Helen Sword. "Versioning Virginia Woolf: notes toward a
    post-eclectic edition of Three Guineas." Modernism/Modernity 16.3 (2009):
    498-535.
  • Pawlowski, Merry. "Virginia Woolf's veil: the feminist intellectual and the
    organization of public space.(Critical essay)." Modern Fiction Studies 53.4
    (2007): 722+.
  • Hsieh, Lili.  “The Other Side of the Picture: The Politics of Affect in Virginia
    Woolf's Three Guineas.” Journal of Narrative Theory 36. 1 ( Winter 2006): pp.
    20-52.
  • Winterhalter, Teresa. "'What else can I do but write?' Discursive disruption
    and the ethics of style in Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas." Hypatia 18.4 (2003):
    236+
  • Humm, Maggie. "Memory, photography, and modernism: the 'dead bodies
    and ruined houses' of Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas." Signs 28.2 (2003):
    645+
  • Froula, Christine. "St Virginia's epistle to an English gentleman; or, sex,
    violence, and the public sphere in Woolf's 'Three Guineas.'." Tulsa Studies in
    Women's Literature 13.1 (1994): 27+.
  • Hynes, Nancy.  "The Chameleon's Voice and Classical Structure in Three
    Guineas and A Room of One's Own."  In Virginia Woolf: Emerging
    Perspectives (1994): 140-7.
  • Solomon, Julie Robin. "Staking ground: the politics of space in Virginia
    Woolf's 'A Room of One's Own' and 'Three Guineas.'." Women's Studies 16.3-
    4 (1989): 331+
  • Johnson, Georgia.  "Women's Voice: Three Guineas as Autobiography." In
    Themes and Variations (1993): 321-8. In Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury
    (1987):  
  • Silver, Brenda. “The Authority of Anger: Three Guineas a as a Case Study.”  
    Signs  16.2 (Winter 1991): 340-370.
  • Smith, Catherine, "Three Guineas: Virginia Woolf's Prophecy."  In Virginia
    Woolf and Bloomsbury (1987): 225-41.
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