Virginia Woolf in Context.
1: Theory and Critical Reception.
2: Historicising Woolf: Context Studies.
3: Woolf: After Lives.
4: Woolf and Modernist Studies.
5: Woolf and Realism.
6: Woolf and Intertextuality.
7: Woolf and ‘Theory’.
8: Woolf and Feminist Theory: Woolf’s Feminism Comes in Waves.
9: Woolf and Psychoanalytic Theory.
10: Woolf and Theories of Postcolonialism.
11: Woolf and Theories of Sexuality.
12: Historical and Cultural Context.
13: Woolf and Modernity: Crisis and Catoptrics.
14: Woolf: War and Peace.
15: Woolf’s Bloomsbury.
16: Woolf, Economics, and Class Politics: Learning to Count.
17: Feminist Politics: ‘Repetition’ and ‘Burning’ in Three Guineas (Making It New).
18: Race, Empire, and Ireland.
19: Woolf and Anti-Semitism: Is Jacob Jewish?.
20: Woolf’s London, London’s Woolf.
21: Regionalism, Nature, and the Environment.
22: Science and Technology.
23: Woolf and the Arts: Homage, Afterlife, and the Originating Text.
25: Cinema and Photography.
26: Woolf and Theatre.
27: Woolf and Publishing: Why the Hogarth Press Matters.
28: ‘Poetics... will Fit Me for a Reviewer!’ Aristotle and Woolf’s Journalism.
29: Woolf and Freud: The Kleinian Turn.
30: Woolf and Lesbian Culture: Queering Woolf Queering.
31: Woolf, Letter Writing and Diary Keeping.
32: Woolf and Contemporary Philosophy.
33: The Ekstasis of Influence: Woolf’s Mediterranean Experience.
34: Woolf and Russian Literature.
35: Woolf and America.
36: Woolf and the Victorians.
37: Strange Cries and Ancient Songs: Woolf’s Greek and the Politics of Intelligibility.
38: Woolf and Eugenics.
39: Woolf and Commodities.
40: Woolf and the Private Sphere.
Key Critical Works Cited.