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Virginia Woolf and 'The World of Books'

Wilson, N. and Battershill, C., eds. (2018) Virginia Woolf and 'The World of Books'. Woolf Selected Papers. Clemson University Press, Clemson, pp312. ISBN 9781942954569

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Abstract/Summary

Edited collection developed from the 27th Annual International Virginia Woolf conference. Held at UoR in June 2017 to mark the centenary of the Hogarth Press. Contributors discuss what Leonard Woolf called “The World of Books” in his long-running column on all sorts of book matters in the weekly periodical the Nation and Athenaeum. Topics include archives, craftsmanship, artwork, libraries, collecting, reading, publishing, translation, reception, re-visions, editing, and teaching. The essays collected here foreground the growing interventions of book and material history in Woolf studies and together provide a timely contribution to debates about independent publishing in our own rapidly-shifting world of books.

Item Type:Book
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Literature and Languages > English Literature
ID Code:78005
Publisher:Clemson University Press

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