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  • The “Caricature Value” of Parody and Fantasy in Orlando
  • John Graham (bio)
John Graham

Associate Professor of English, University of Western Ontario

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1. A Writer’s Diary, Being Extraits from the Diary of Virginia Woolf, ed. Leonard Woolf (London, 1953). 105 (March 14, 1917), hereafter referred to as Diary.

2. Ibid., 117 (Oct. 22, 1927).

3. Ibid., 123 (Feb. 11, 1928).

4. Ibid., 128 (May 31, 1928).

5. Ibid., 136–137 (Nov. 7, 1928).

6. Ibid., 120 (Dec. 20, 1928).

7. Ibid., 105 (March 14, 1927).

8. All of these articles are reprinted in Granite and Rainbow: Essays by Virginia Woolf (New York, 1958). They first appeared in the following journals: “Impassioned Prose” in Times Literary Supplement (Sept. 16, 1926), 601–2; “The Narrow Bridge of Art” (under the title “Poetry, Fiction and the Future”) in New York Herald Tribune (Aug. 14, 1927), vol. 1, 6–7 and (Aug. 21, 1927), vol. 1, 6; “Women and Fiction” in Forum (New York, March 1929), 179–182; and “Phases of Fiction” in Bookman (New York, 1929), in April (123–132), May (269–79), and June (404–12).

9. Diary, 104.

10. “The Narrow Bridge of Art,” Granite and Rainbow, 23.

11. Floris Delattre, Le Roman psychologique de Virginia Woolf (Paris, 1933), 185.

12. Diary, 105 (March 14, 1927).

13. Orlando, A Biography, Uniform Edition (London, 1949), 55–6.

14. I am indebted in the following discussion to Dorothy Van Ghent’s comments on parody in her book, The English Novel, Form and Function (New York, 1953), 11–18.

15. Ibid., 13.

16. Orlando, 15.

17. Ibid.

18. Ibid.

19. Diary, 126 (April 21, 1928).

20. Ibid., 105 (March 14, 1927).

21. See his essay, “Virginia Woolf,” Scrutinies, ed. E. Rickworth (London, 1931), 204–16.

22. See Granite and Rainbow, 13, 34, 119, 130, passim.

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1712-5278
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0042-0247
Pages
pp. 345-366
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2015-07-01
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