restricted access   Volume 50, Number 1, Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Virginia Woolf

Introduction: What's Between Us?

pp. 1-7
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Articles

Mrs. Thatcher and Mrs. Woolf

pp. 8-30
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"These Ghost Figures of Distorted Passion": Becoming Privy to Working-Class Desire in "The Watering Place" and "The Ladies Lavatory"

pp. 31-57
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Orienting Virginia Woolf: Race, Aesthetics, and Politics in To the Lighthouse

pp. 58-84
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The Empire from the Street: Virginia Woolf, Wembley, and Imperial Monuments

pp. 85-109
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Giving Up the Ghost: National and Literary Haunting in Orlando

pp. 110-128
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A British War and Peace? Virginia Woolf Reads Tolstoy

pp. 129-150
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Ethical Folds: Ethics, Aesthetics, Woolf

pp. 151-172
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"A trick of the mind": Alterity, Ontology, and Representation in Virginia Woolf's The Waves

pp. 173-196
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Consolation Refused: Virginia Woolf, The Great War, and Modernist Mourning

pp. 197-223
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Review Essay

From Supernova to Manuscript Page: Circling Woolf

pp. 224-240
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A Selected Bibliography

Virginia Woolf Scholarship from 1991 to 2003: A Selected Bibliography

pp. 241-279
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 280-281
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