Virginia Woolf's essayism / Randi Saloman

Explores the way Woolf used essay-writing techniques to develop her own conception of the modern novel. The focus of this study is on Virginia Woolf's vast output of essays and their relation to her fiction. Randi Saloman shows that it was by employing tools and methods drawn from the essay gen...

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Online Access:Electronic book from JSTOR
Main Author: Saloman, Randi (Author)
Format: eBook
Published:Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2012]
Table of Contents:
  • 'Here again is the usual door': the modernity of Virginia Woolf's 'Street Haunting'
  • The common reader, or how should one read an essay?
  • 'Unsolved problems': essayism, counterfactuals, and the futures of A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas
  • 'Chasms in the continuity of our ways': from The Voyage Out to To the Lighthouse
  • 'I never felt it in the least about the others': the importance of Woolf's essay-novel