Just Published:
Woolf Studies Annual
Volume 24, Fall 2018

NEW YORK CITY March 6, 2018 – Pace University Press presents Volume 24 of Woolf Studies Annual, our annual journal on the work and life of Virginia Woolf. Volume 24, the newest edition of the prestigious series, is dedicated to feminist scholar Jane Marcus. Special essays in honor of Jane Marcus, published here for the first time, include Marcus’s own “Flirting with the HRC.” The special section is introduced in “Jane Marcus in the Archives: Politics and Pleasures” by Linda Camarasana, J. Ashley Foster, Robin Hackett, Clara Jones, and Jean Mills, and includes “’Echo Texts’: Woolf, Krzywicka and The Well of Loneliness” by Paulina Pająk; “After Anger: Negative Affect and FeministPolitics in Virginia Woolf’s Three Guineas” by Margot Kotler; and “The Reader Awakes: Pedagogical Form and Utopian Impulse in The Years” by Matthew Cheney.

Woolf Studies Annual Volume 24 features articles such as “A Driving Bloomsbury: Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, and the Meaning of the Motor-Car” by Robin Adair and Ann Martin; “H.M.S. Orlando: The Metamorphosing Imperial Vessel” by Darin Graber; “The Dramatic Modern Novel: Mimesis and The Poetics of Tragedy in Mrs. Dalloway” by Siân White, and others.

Book reviews include Erica Gene Delsandro’s “Tense Future: Modernism, Total War, Encyclopedic Form by Paul K. Saint-Amour” and “Writing Against War: Literature, Activism, and the British Peace Movement by Charles Andrews.”

In its twenty-fourth year of publication at the Pace University Press, Woolf Studies Annual (ed. Dr. Mark Hussey) is a refereed journal featuring articles on Virginia Woolf’s life and body of work. Each volume also includes book reviews and guides to library special collections. Woolf Studies Annual is indexed in Humanities International Complete, ABELL, and the MLA Bibliography.

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