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The Theme of Peace and War in Virginia Woolf's Writings: Essays in Her Political PhilosophyBy: Jane M. Wood (editor)Hardback
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ContentsAcknowledgments; Introduction; Karen L. Levenback; PART ONE: WOOLF, WAR, AND GENDERED POLITICS; The Value of Three Guineas in the Twenty-First Century - Eileen Barrett, California State University, East Bay; Woolf and the War Machine - Gina Potts, Queen Mary, University of London; Writing as Unraveling: Woolf's Gendered Decontruction of War - Lisa L. Coleman, Southeastern University; PART TWO: WOOLF, WAR, AND IMAGE; Photographing Violence: Three Guineas and Contemporary Feminist Responses to Images of War - Kimberly Engdahl Coates, Bowling Green State University Virginia Woolf in the Age of Aerial Bombardment - Stuart N. Clarke Mrs. Dalloway and the Art of Death: Monuments, Merchandise, and Memoirs - Danell Jones, Montana State University, Bozeman; PART THREE: WOOLF, WAR, AND TRAUMA; Pacifying Bloomsbury: Virginia Woolf, Julian Bell, and the Spanish Civil War - Emily Robins Sharpe, Pennsylvania State University; Thinking Peace into Existence: Narrating Trauma and Mourning in Freud, Woolf, and Morrison - Noreen O'Connor, King's College; What else can a gnat on a blade of grass do?: Thinking of War, Writing of Peace - Lolly Ockerstrom, Park University; PART FOUR: WOOLF, WAR, AND PEDAGOGY; The Echo Chambers of War in A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas: Teaching the Interconnection of Gender Oppression and Endless Warfare - Vara Neverow, Southern Connecticut State University; Active Pacifism in a World at War: The Legacy of Virginia Woolf's Pacifist Theory on Narrative Structure - Nancy Knowles, Eastern Oregon University; The Practical Wisdom of the "Educated Man's Daughter": Feminist Rhetorical Theory and Woolf's Three Guineas - Kristen Garrison, Texas Woman's University; Afterword by Jane M. Wood; Notes on the Contributors.
- publication date: 01/01/2010
- ISBN13: 9780773438576
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 320
- ID: 9780773438576
- ISBN10: 0773438572
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