restricted access   Volume 38, Number 1, Spring 1992

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Virginia Woolf

Ellen Carol Jones, Editor

Figuring Woolf

pp. 1-14
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Acknowledgments

p. 15
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Abbreviations

pp. 17-19
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What's Woolf Got to Do with It?: Or, the Perils of Popularity

pp. 20-60
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Virginia Woolf on the Outside Looking Down: Reflections on the Class of Women

pp. 61-79
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Virginia Woolf and the Scene of Writing

pp. 81-100
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Virginia Woolf's Pedagogical Scenes of Reading: The Voyage Out, The Common Reader, and Her "Common Readers"

pp. 101-125
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Refractions of Desire: The Early Fiction of Virginia and Leonard Woolf

pp. 127-146
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The Subject in Jacob's Room

pp. 147-175
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"I" on the Run: Crisis of Identity in Mrs. Dalloway

pp. 177-191
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What Miss Kilman's Petticoat Means: Virginia Woolf, Shopping, and Spectacle

pp. 193-216
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"Robbed of Meaning": The Work at the Center of To the Lighthouse

pp. 217-234
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Orlando and Incandescence: Virginia Woolf's Comic Sublime

pp. 235-252
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Orlando's Voyage Out

pp. 253-277
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Virginia Woolf: Unrecorded Times Literary Supplement Reviews

pp. 279-283
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Selected Times Literary Supplement Reviews by Virginia Woolf

p. 284
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Criticism of Virginia Woolf from 1972 to December 1990: A Selected Checklist

pp. 303-342
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Contributors

pp. 343-345
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Announcement

p. 346
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