Explores Virginia Woolf's writings. Individual essays analyse Woolf's neglected second novel, qNight and Dayq, and her preoccupation with the significance of history in her novels of the 1930s. They investigate Woolf's links with other writers (Byron, Shakespeare), her ambivalent attitudes to 'Englishness' and to censorship, and more.Essay 1 Virginia Woolf Reads Shakespeare: or, Her Silence on Master William If [ the] number 18 [bus] still runs, let us take it, when the owling time is at hand, down to London Bridge. There is a curious smell in this part of the world, of hops, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Reading Virginia Woolf|
|Publisher||:||Edinburgh University Press - 2006|