Cambridge University Press, May 2000. Paper Back. Used - Very Good. Item #277910
Virginia Woolf is now hailed as one of the greatest, most innovative writers of our age. This landmark collection of essays by leading scholars addresses the full range of her intellectual perspectives--literary, artistic, philosophical and political. The volume provides original, new readings of all nine novels and fresh insights into Woolf's letters, diaries and essays, allowing easy reference to individual themes and texts. The progress of Woolf's thinking is revealed from Bloomsbury aestheticism through her hatred of censorship, corruption and hierarchy to her concern with all aspects of modernism.