To mark the centenary of Virginia Woolf’s first novel, The Voyage Out, Routledge has put together a Virtual Special Issue from English Studies that explores Woolf’s life and work. Six articles are available free of charge until the end of this year.
Odin Dekkers, the journal’s editor-in-chief, states:
In terms of subject matter, the articles presented here range from uncovering new facts about Woolf’s life to re-contextualizing and re-reading her work in the light of recent developments in Modernism studies.
Featured articles include:
- ‘Suicidal Mania’ and Flawed Psychobiography: Two Discussions of Virginia Woolf
- Revisiting Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf and the Aesthetics of Respectability
- Virginia Woolf’s Second Visit to Greece
- Structure and Anti-Structure: Virginia Woolf’s Feminist Politics and “The Mark”
- Modernism, Memory, and Desire: T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf
- Women Knitting: Domestic Activity, Writing, and Distance in Virginia Woolf’s Fiction