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VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882 - 1941)

ASSOCIATIONS

COURSES

JOURNALS

SOURCES: PRIMARY

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  • Anthologies:

    • The Essays of Virginia Woolf.  Ed. A. McNeillie.  London: Hogarth, 1994.

    • A Women's Essays: Selected Essays.  Ed. Rachel Bowlby.  London: Penguin, 1992.

    • The Virginia Woolf Reader.  Ed. Mitchell Leaska.  New York: Harcourt, 1984.

    • On Women and Writing: her Essays, Assessments and Arguments.  Ed. Michèle Barrett.  New York: Harcourt, 1979.

    • Books and Portraits: Some Further Selections from the Literary and Biographical Writings of Virginia Woolf.  Ed. Mary Lyon.  1977.

    • Diaries.  5 Vols.  Ed. Anne Olivier Bell and A. McNellie.  , 1977-84

    • Letters.  6 Vols.  Ed. Nigel Nicolson and J. Trantmann.  London: Hogarth, 1975-80.

    • Collected Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  4 Vols.  London: Hogarth. 

      • Vol. 4.  1967.

      • Vol. 3.  1967.

      • Vol. 2.  1966.

      • Vol. 1.  1966.

    • Contemporary Writers.  Ed. Jean Guiguet.  London: Hogarth, 1965.

    • Granite and Rainbow and Other Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  London: Hogarth, 1958.

    • The Captain's Death bed and Other Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  London: Hogarth, 1950.

    • The Moment and Other Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  London: Hogarth, 1948.

    • The Death of the Moth and Other Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  London: Hogarth, 1942.

    • The Common Reader: Second Series.  Ed. Andrew McNeillie.  1932.

    • The Common Reader: First Series.  Ed. Andrew McNeillie.  London: Hogarth, 1925. 

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • The Diary of Virginia Woolf.  Ed. Anne Olivier Bell.  5 Vols.

    • Three Guineas.  London: Hogarth, 1938.

    • The Waves.  1931.

    • "Women and Fiction."  Lectures, University of Cambridge, 1929.

      • Lectures:

        • The Novel: an Anthology of Criticism and Theory, 1900-2000.  Ed. Dorothy J. Hale.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2005.  579-585.

        • The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  1256-1260.

        • Vol. 2 of Collected Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  4 Vols.  London: Hogarth, 1966.  141-148. 

        • The Common Reader: First Series.  Ed. Andrew McNeillie.  London: Hogarth, 1925.  184-195.

      • Pub. in book form as A Room of One’s Own.  London: Hogarth, 1929.

        • Chapter V.  The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  1262-1269.

        • Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism.  Ed. Vincent Leitch.  New York: Norton, 2001.  1021-1029.

        • Chapter IV.  Critical Theory Since Plato.  Ed. Hazard Adams.  New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971.  817-825.

        • "Shakespeare's Sister."  Criticism: the Major Statements.  New York: St. Martin's, 1980.

        •  3rd Ed. edited by Charles Kaplan and William Anderson, 1991.  443-455.
    • Orlando.  1928.

    • To the Lighthouse.  1927.

    • Mrs. Dalloway.  1925.

    • "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown."  Paper read to the Heretics, University of Cambridge, May 18, 1924. 

      • Theory of the Novel: a Historical Approach.  Ed. Michael McKeon.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000.  745-758.

      • Essentials of the Theory of Fiction.  Ed. Michael J. Hoffman and Patrick D. Murphy.  Durham: Duke UP, 1988.  22-35. 
      • Approaches to the Novel: Materials for a Poetics.  Ed. Robert Scholes.  San Francisco: Chandler, 1966.  187-206.
      • Vol. 1 of Collected Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  4 Vols.  London: Hogarth, 1966.  319-337.

      • The Captain's Deathbed and Other Essays.  New York: Harcourt, 1950. 

    • Jacob's Room.  1922.

    • "Modern Fiction."  1919. 

      • Theory of the Novel: a Historical Approach.  Ed. Michael McKeon.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000.  739-744.

      • Vol. 2 of Collected Essays.  Ed. Leonard Woolf.  4 Vols.  London: Hogarth, 1966.  103-110. 

      • The Common Reader: First Series.  New York: Harcourt, 1925.  150-158.

    • Night and Day.  1919.

    • The Voyage Out.  1915.

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SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

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  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Abel, Elizabeth.  Virginia Woolf and the Fictions of Psychoanalysis.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1989.

    • Goldman, Mark.  The Reader's Art: Virginia Woolf as Literary Critic.  1976.

    • Harland, Richard.  "De Beauvoir and Two Predecessors (also de Staël, Woolf)."  Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.  213-218.
    • Henke, Suzette.  "Virginia Woolf: the Modern Tradition."  The Gender of Modernism.  Ed.  Bonnie Kime Scott.  1990.

    • Marcus, Jane.  Art and Anger: Reading Like a Woman.  1988.

    • Steele, Elizabeth.  Virginia Woolf's Literary Sources and Allusions: a Guide to the Essays.  1983.

    • Steele, Elizabeth.  Virginia Woolf's Rediscovered Essays: Sources and Allusions.  1986.

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