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Six articles on Virginia Woolf in English Studies are now available online on the Routledge website, free of charge.

They include:

  • Virginia Woolf’s Second Visit to Greece
  • Structure and Anti-Structure: Virginia Woolf’s Feminist Politics and “The Mark on the Wall”
  • Modernism, Memory, and Desire: T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf
  • Women Knitting: Domestic Activity, Writing, and Distance in Virginia Woolf’s Fiction
  • Virginia Woolf and the Chimes of Big Ben
  • Virginia Woolf’s Kew Gardens

You can access the articles here by downloading them as PDFs or reading them online. Illustrations are included.

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Hermione Lee
Hermione Lee

Hermione Lee’s The Novels of Virginia Woolf is just one of 18 titles that academic publisher Routledge will repackage and republish as part of its Routledge Revivals series on July 15.

Routledge will reissue more than 100 of its key titles from its backlist over the next 12 months, reproducing them using print on demand.

The first 18 titles will be published in hardback at prices ranging from £50 to £100. The majority of the titles will be available through print-on-demand services and for download as e-books.

Amazon.com lists the Lee title with a publication date of Oct. 15 and a price of $122.

Editorial assistant Adam Micklethwaite said, “We have such a distinguished list—it is inevitable that we would use this in the time of an economic recession.” Read more.

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