Virginia Woolf and Antisemitism, or Sailing South with the Jews

Trubowitz, Lara
January 2013
Woolf Studies Annual;2013, Vol. 19, p6
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
The article offers the author's insights on antisemitism in the modernist period as a form of argumentation or productive rhetoric. The author examines the two letters written by author Virginia Woolf to her friend Violet Dickinson as she traveled through Portugal and Spain in 1905. The author mentions Woolf's book "The Voyage Out," which is a refinement of her comments in her 1905 letters.


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