One Wanted Fifty Pairs of Eyes: Virginia Woolf and the Jews

Laurence, Patricia
January 2013
Woolf Studies Annual;2013, Vol. 19, p9
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights on the studies of writer Virginia Woolf related to Jewish historical experience. She says that writer Beth Rosenberg argues that people must search alternative approaches and examine the cultural history that helped to her intellectual development. She mentions that readers, editors and critics must encourage to contextualize the representation of Woolf on Jews.


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