Impressionism in the Early Novels of Virginia Woolf
- Sex, Suicide, and the Serpentine. Neverow, Vara // Virginia Woolf Miscellany;Spring/Summer2009, Issue 75, p19
This article looks at the use of the adjective serpentine and the artificial lake called the Serpentine in London, England, in the works of novelist Virginia Woolf. According to the article, it was in 1903 when the first reference to the Serpentine's transgressive aspect occurred. It states the...
- Exhibiting the Example: Virginia Woolf's Shoes. Nash, John // Twentieth Century Literature;Summer2013, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p283
An essay is presented on the ways in which shoes step forth in order to highlight the practice of exemplification itself. It explores Virginia Woolf's novels "Night and Day," "Jacob's Room," and the essays and reviews of literary tourism. Topics include the manner Woolf's shoes function, how...
- Woolf's Queering of Granite. Ryan, Derek // Virginia Woolf Miscellany;Fall2012, Issue 82, p20
The article talks about Virginia Woolf's figuration of "granite and rainbow" which appeared in two occasions in her writing. These works include "The Voyage Out" and "Night and Day." The article touches on just a few of the uncoupled, but still queer, appearances of granite in passages from the...
- 'Why then grieve?': Virginia Woolf's Mournful Music. Dalziell, Tanya // Modernist Cultures;Spring2013, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p82
The article focuses on several books written by English writer Virginia Woolf and the use of musical sounds her texts. Several books including "Orlando", "Jacob's Room" and "The Voyage Out" have been discussed. The author talks about the use of music in getting the emotions and the grief of the...
- KATHERINE MANSFIELD AND VIRGINIA WOOLF'S REVISIONS OF THE VOYAGE OUT. deSalvo, Louise A. // Virginia Woolf Miscellany;Fall78, Issue 11, p5
Ann L. Mclaughlin's Virginia Woolf Miscellany article "The Same Job: Notes on the Relationship Between Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield" offers significant insights into that most complicated of friendships. Yet another facet to the relationship is added when one assesses the circumstances...
- CULTURE AND ANARCHY IN JACOB'S ROOM. Ohmann, Carol // Contemporary Literature;Spring77, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p160
Evaluates the book 'Jacob's Room' by Virginia Wolfe. Similarity of the book with the previous novels written by Woolf; Expression of education and politics toward culture and state; Literary styles of Woolf.
- The Shaping of Jacob's Room: Woolf's Manuscript Revisions. Bishop, E.L. // Twentieth Century Literature;Spring86, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p115
Focuses on Virginia Woolf's novel 'Jacob's Room.' Her intentions for writing the novel; Analysis of the manuscript draft of the novel; Discussion of her manuscript revisions.
- The Voyage Out: Thematic Tensions and Narrative Techniques. Frye, Joanne S. // Twentieth Century Literature;Winter80, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p402
Describes the thematic tensions and narrative techniques of the book 'The Voyage Out,' by Virginia Woolf. Framework of the book; Character analysis; Theme of the book.
- Toward the Far Side of Language: Virginia Woolf's The Voyage Out. Bishop, E. L. // Twentieth Century Literature;Winter81, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p343
Looks at the role of language in Virginia Woolf's first novel 'The Voyage Out.' Background on the novel; View of Woolf on love.