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The Resource Virginia Woolf out of bounds : selected papers from the Tenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000, edited by Jessica Berman and Jane Goldman

Virginia Woolf out of bounds : selected papers from the Tenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000, edited by Jessica Berman and Jane Goldman

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Virginia Woolf out of bounds : selected papers from the Tenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000
Title
Virginia Woolf out of bounds
Title remainder
selected papers from the Tenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jessica Berman and Jane Goldman
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
823/.912
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PR6045.O72
LC item number
Z5787 2000
Literary form
non fiction
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2000
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Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf
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bibliography
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  • 1961-
  • 1960-
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  • Berman, Jessica Schiff
  • Goldman, Jane
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  • Woolf, Virginia
  • Women and literature
Label
Virginia Woolf out of bounds : selected papers from the Tenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000, edited by Jessica Berman and Jane Goldman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: Virginia Woolf Out of Bounds / Jessica Berman, Jane Goldman -- Gender, Sexuality, Feminism -- Gunpowder Plots: Sexuality and Censorship in Woolf's Later Works / Patricia Moran -- Prostituting Culture and Enslaving Intellectual Liberty: Virginia Woolf's Disavowed Victorian Predecessor Margaret Oliphant / Emily Blair -- Novel Possibilities: Re-Reading Sexuality and "Madness" in Mrs. Dalloway, Beyond the Film / Jamie Carr -- Sleeping Beauty in a Green Dress: Mrs. Dalloway and Fairy Tale Configurations of Desire / Ann Martin -- " ... though the fashion of the time did something to disguise it": Staging Gender in Woolf's Orlando / Jane De Gay -- The Science of Sex and the Art of Self-Materializing in Orlando / Lisa Carstens -- With Clear-Eyed Scrutiny: The Narrator as Sister in Jacob's Room / Diana L. Swanson -- Archives and Readers -- From Frass to Foucault: Mediations of the Archive / Edward L. Bishop -- Brow-Beating, Wool-Gathering, and the Brain of the Common Reader / Melba Cuddy-Keane -- Woolf and Other Writers -- Dissolving Stereotypical Cultural Boundaries: Allusions to Virginia Woolf in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Sister of My Heart / Nancy Knowles -- A.S. Byatt and "(V. Woolf)": Mapping a Misreading of Modernism / Karin Westman -- "It won't be fine" tomorrow: Doris Lessing's Struggle with Woolf / Debrah Raschke -- Chasing the Wild Goose: Virginia Woolf's Orlando and Angela Carter's The Passion of the New Eve / Kathryn S. Laing -- "Something I've Been Meaning To Tell You": Alice Munro as Unlikely Heir to Virginia Woolf / Jane Lilienfeld -- Orientalism/Colonialism -- "Accidents of Political Life": Satire and Edwardian Anti-Colonial Politics in The Voyage Out / Chene Heady -- Virginia Woolf and British "Orientalism" / Steven Putzel -- Woolf in Blackface: Identification across The Waves / Genevieve Abravanel -- Philosophical Approaches: Politics, Phenomenology, Ethics, Physics -- Reason and Truth in A Room of One's Own / Michele Barrett -- The Body Unbound: A Phenomenological Reading of the Political in A Room of One's Own / Laura Doyle -- "The Outside of Its Inside and the Inside of Its Outside": Phenomenology in To the Lighthouse / Justine Dymond -- Talking with the Other; or, Wireless Ethics: Levinas, Woolf and the BBC / Todd Avery -- Porous Objects: Self, Community, and the Nature of Matter / Michael Whitworth -- Reading and Teaching A Room of One's Own -- Virginia Woolf://Hypertext / Brenda R. Silver -- She speaks to me: Virginia Woolf in the Community College Classroom / Lois J. Gilmore -- Teaching A Room of One's Own in the New Millennium: The War Continues / Karen L. Levenback -- Opening Doors to A Room of One's Own / Katie Marts -- "I'm Not a Feminist or Anything, But ... ": Teaching A Room of One's Own in High School / Nancy S. Shay -- Woolf Through Other Arts -- Experiments in Constructing the Visual Field: Conversations with Woolf and Stein and Painting The Waves / Suzanne Bellamy -- A Lifetime with The Waves / Isota Tucker Epes -- Cultural and Material Woolf -- Photoportraits: Gisele Freund and Virginia Woolf / Nicola Luckhurst -- Matrixial Memories in Virginia Woolf's Photographs / Maggie Humm -- Woolf, Picture Postcards, Modernity / Mark Wollaeger -- Frock Consciousness, Self-Fashioning: Virginia Woolf's Dialectical Materialism / Jennifer Wicke -- "The shop windows were full of sparkling chains": Consumer Desire and Woolf's Night and Day / Elizabeth Outka -- Intertexts and Contexts -- "The Lady's Gone A-Roving": Woolf and the English Folk Revival / Vanessa Manhire -- "All was dark; all was doubt; all was confusion": Nature, Culture, and Orlando's Ruskinian Storm-Cloud / Caroline Webb -- "Whose shape is that within the car? & why?": Mrs. Dalloway and "The Triumph of Life" / David Vallins -- "Because It Is There": George Mallory's Presence in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse / Donald Blume -- Woolf's Russia: Out of Bounds / Marilyn Schwinn Smith -- "The Rain in Spain": Woolf, Cervantes, Andalusia, and The Waves / Diane F. Gillespie
Control code
ocm46791083
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
x, 313 pages
Isbn
9780944473559
Lccn
2001031310
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)46791083
Label
Virginia Woolf out of bounds : selected papers from the Tenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of Maryland Baltimore County, June 7-10, 2000, edited by Jessica Berman and Jane Goldman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: Virginia Woolf Out of Bounds / Jessica Berman, Jane Goldman -- Gender, Sexuality, Feminism -- Gunpowder Plots: Sexuality and Censorship in Woolf's Later Works / Patricia Moran -- Prostituting Culture and Enslaving Intellectual Liberty: Virginia Woolf's Disavowed Victorian Predecessor Margaret Oliphant / Emily Blair -- Novel Possibilities: Re-Reading Sexuality and "Madness" in Mrs. Dalloway, Beyond the Film / Jamie Carr -- Sleeping Beauty in a Green Dress: Mrs. Dalloway and Fairy Tale Configurations of Desire / Ann Martin -- " ... though the fashion of the time did something to disguise it": Staging Gender in Woolf's Orlando / Jane De Gay -- The Science of Sex and the Art of Self-Materializing in Orlando / Lisa Carstens -- With Clear-Eyed Scrutiny: The Narrator as Sister in Jacob's Room / Diana L. Swanson -- Archives and Readers -- From Frass to Foucault: Mediations of the Archive / Edward L. Bishop -- Brow-Beating, Wool-Gathering, and the Brain of the Common Reader / Melba Cuddy-Keane -- Woolf and Other Writers -- Dissolving Stereotypical Cultural Boundaries: Allusions to Virginia Woolf in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Sister of My Heart / Nancy Knowles -- A.S. Byatt and "(V. Woolf)": Mapping a Misreading of Modernism / Karin Westman -- "It won't be fine" tomorrow: Doris Lessing's Struggle with Woolf / Debrah Raschke -- Chasing the Wild Goose: Virginia Woolf's Orlando and Angela Carter's The Passion of the New Eve / Kathryn S. Laing -- "Something I've Been Meaning To Tell You": Alice Munro as Unlikely Heir to Virginia Woolf / Jane Lilienfeld -- Orientalism/Colonialism -- "Accidents of Political Life": Satire and Edwardian Anti-Colonial Politics in The Voyage Out / Chene Heady -- Virginia Woolf and British "Orientalism" / Steven Putzel -- Woolf in Blackface: Identification across The Waves / Genevieve Abravanel -- Philosophical Approaches: Politics, Phenomenology, Ethics, Physics -- Reason and Truth in A Room of One's Own / Michele Barrett -- The Body Unbound: A Phenomenological Reading of the Political in A Room of One's Own / Laura Doyle -- "The Outside of Its Inside and the Inside of Its Outside": Phenomenology in To the Lighthouse / Justine Dymond -- Talking with the Other; or, Wireless Ethics: Levinas, Woolf and the BBC / Todd Avery -- Porous Objects: Self, Community, and the Nature of Matter / Michael Whitworth -- Reading and Teaching A Room of One's Own -- Virginia Woolf://Hypertext / Brenda R. Silver -- She speaks to me: Virginia Woolf in the Community College Classroom / Lois J. Gilmore -- Teaching A Room of One's Own in the New Millennium: The War Continues / Karen L. Levenback -- Opening Doors to A Room of One's Own / Katie Marts -- "I'm Not a Feminist or Anything, But ... ": Teaching A Room of One's Own in High School / Nancy S. Shay -- Woolf Through Other Arts -- Experiments in Constructing the Visual Field: Conversations with Woolf and Stein and Painting The Waves / Suzanne Bellamy -- A Lifetime with The Waves / Isota Tucker Epes -- Cultural and Material Woolf -- Photoportraits: Gisele Freund and Virginia Woolf / Nicola Luckhurst -- Matrixial Memories in Virginia Woolf's Photographs / Maggie Humm -- Woolf, Picture Postcards, Modernity / Mark Wollaeger -- Frock Consciousness, Self-Fashioning: Virginia Woolf's Dialectical Materialism / Jennifer Wicke -- "The shop windows were full of sparkling chains": Consumer Desire and Woolf's Night and Day / Elizabeth Outka -- Intertexts and Contexts -- "The Lady's Gone A-Roving": Woolf and the English Folk Revival / Vanessa Manhire -- "All was dark; all was doubt; all was confusion": Nature, Culture, and Orlando's Ruskinian Storm-Cloud / Caroline Webb -- "Whose shape is that within the car? & why?": Mrs. Dalloway and "The Triumph of Life" / David Vallins -- "Because It Is There": George Mallory's Presence in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse / Donald Blume -- Woolf's Russia: Out of Bounds / Marilyn Schwinn Smith -- "The Rain in Spain": Woolf, Cervantes, Andalusia, and The Waves / Diane F. Gillespie
Control code
ocm46791083
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
x, 313 pages
Isbn
9780944473559
Lccn
2001031310
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)46791083

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