This book is an invaluable guide to the body of criticism on Virginia Woolf. It includes comprehensive and insightful chapters on different approaches to Woolf, including feminist, historicist, postcolonial and biographical. The essays provide concise summaries of the key works in the field as well as an engaging description of the approach itself.
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EDWARD BISHOP University of Alberta, Canada PAMELA L. CAUGHIE Loyola University, Chicago, USA MELBA CUDDY-KEANE University of Toronto, Canada BETH RIGEL DAUGHERTY Otterbein College, Ohio, USA JANE GOLDMAN University of Dundee, UK MARK HUSSEY Pace University, New York, USA NICOLA LUCKHURST Goldsmith's College, UK JEANETTE MCVICKER State University of New York at Fredonia, USA MAKIKO MINOW-PINKNEY Bolton Institute, UK LINDEN PEACH Northumbria University, UK ALICE STAVELEY Stanford University, USA DIANA L. SWANSON Northern Illinois University, USA