Virginia Woolf / Linden Peach.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Publication details: Basingstoke : Macmillan, 2000. Description: viii, 247 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 9780333687314; 0333687302 UK : hbk; 0333687310 UK : pbk; 0312228899 US : hbk; 0312228910 US : pbkSubject(s): Politics and literature | Literature and societyDDC classification: 823.912 LOC classification: PR6045.O72 | Z8575 1999Online resources: WorldCat details
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Published in the US by St Martin's Press, New York.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Acknowledgements Introduction Contexts Pent-up Voices: The Voyage Out (1915), Night and Day (1919) and 'Kew Gardens' (1919) Pre-war England: Jacob's Room (1922) 'National Conservatism' and 'Conservative Nationalism': Mrs Dalloway (1925) Womanhood and Discourse: To the Lighthouse (1927) History and Historiography: Orlando (1928) and The Waves (1931) Private and Public Spaces: The Years (1937) The Last Years: 'The Shooting Party' (1938) and Between the Acts (1941) Conclusion Notes Index TOC
The cryptographic nature of Virginia Woolf's writings about politics and history are addressed here. Linden Peach argues that Woolf is a sophisticated political thinker, engaged by the coded nature of social "reality" and interrogating the cryptic meanings within public discourse.