Virginia Woolf, reading notes, essays, reviews, “Phases of Fiction”, literary sources, intertextuality, Modernism, genetic criticism, Worldwide, 20th-Century
Virginia Woolf’s reading notes offer a fascinating insight into her mind at work, reading “with a pen and notebook, seriously”, engaged in a lively dialogue with the literary tradition, receptive to the books she is reading and preparing at the same time the critical work that she intends to produce. The editions in this series situate the notes in the immediate context of Woolf’s writing project and in the general context of her relationship to the authors being read. They provide a full transcription of each note and whenever possible quote the passage in the source from which it derives, and identify the place where it has been used. They offer a stimulating demonstration of practical intertextuality in progress.
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