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Dubino, Jeanne

Virginia Woolf and the Literary Marketplace

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Jeanne Dubino

Part I. Woolf’s Engagement with the Marketplace

2. Reading, Taking Notes, and Writing: Virginia Stephen’s Reviewing Practice
Beth Rigel Daugherty

3. Circulating Ideas and Selling Periodicals: Leonard Woolf, the Nation and Athenaeum, and Topical Debat
Elizabeth Dickens

4. Woolf’s Editorial Self-Censorship and Risk-Taking in Jacob’s Room
Vara Neverow

5. Between Writing and Truth: Woolf’s Positive Nihilism
Jeanette McVicker

Part II. Woolf’s Relationship to the Marketplace

6. How to Strike a Contemporary: Woolf, Mansfield, and Marketing Gossip
Katie Macnamara

7. Something of a Firebrand: Virginia Woolf and the Literary Reputation of Emily Brontë
Heather Bean

8. Virginia Woolf and Gertrude Stein: Commerce, Bestsellers, and the Jew
Karen Leick

Part III. Woolf’s Marketplaces

9. Virginia Woolf and the Middlebrow Market of the Familiar Essay
Caroline Pollentier

10. Woolf Studies and Periodical Studies
Patrick Collier

11.
The “Keystone Public” and Virginia Woolf: A Room of One’s Own, Time and Tide, and Cultural Hierarchies

Melissa Sullivan

12. “Murdering an Aunt or Two”: Textual Practice and Narrative Form in Virginia Woolf’s Metropolitan Market
John K. Young

Part IV. Marketing Woolf

13. The “Grand Lady of Literature ”: Virginia Woolf in Italy under Fascism
Elisa Bolchi

14. Translating Orlando in 1930s Fascist Italy: Virginia Woolf, Arnoldo Mondadori, and Alessandra Scalero
Sara Villa

15. Appropriating Virginia Woolf for the New Humanism: Seward Collins and The Bookman, 1927–1933

Yuzu Uchida

16. Don’t Judge a Cover by Its Woolf: Book Cover Images and the Marketing of Virginia Woolf’s Work
Jennie-Rebecca Falcetta

Keywords: Literature, British and Irish Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Literary History, Fiction, Gender Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
280 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230114791
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-29055-0

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