By David Bradshaw , Stuart N. Clarke Virginia Woolf
A Room of 1 s personal, is one among Virginia Woolf s such a lot influential works and is widely known for its notable contribution to the ladies s flow. This well timed and critical new version adopts the total textual content of the 1st British version released in 1929. * encompasses a entire advent detailing the method and composition of Woolf s unique essay and the evolution of its next e-book background * the 1st accomplished and authoritative version of this foundational textual content of the feminist circulate, and some of the most major works in Woolf s personal canon * the one quantity in keeping with comparisons of every of the British versions of A Room of 1 s personal that seemed in Woolf s lifetime * accommodates wide explanatory notes which demonstrate the essay s broader political, historic, social, and literary contexts * incorporates a complete appendix highlighting diversifications among all of the British variants that seemed in Woolf s lifetime and the 1st American version; adjustments from Woolf s uncorrected proofs; and present editorial emendations included during this new version
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A room of one’s own In ‘Apostolic Minds and the Spinning House: Jane Ellen Harrison and Virginia Woolf’s Discourse of Alterity’ (Women: A Cultural Review, 22, No. 1 (2011), pp. 69–78), Sowon S. ’ Quotations from pp. 74–5. ‘Scientiae sacra fames’ was reprinted in Harrison’s Alpha and Omega (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1915), pp. 116–42. For Jane Harrison, see note to p. 13 below. On 24 January 1925, Woolf wrote to Jacques Raverat: ‘You ask me about Mrs. Joad – truth to tell, she is rather a problem … She is a tall, straight shingled woman of 25.
14). The main headline on the front page of the ‘Late Night Final’ edition of the Evening Standard on 26 February 1929 was: ‘WOMEN WHO SHOCK A DIVORCE JUDGE. ” Mr. Justice Hill’s Comment in a Divorce Case. Doctor to Pay £1000. Co-respondent in Suit Brought by Art Master’. The art master was Herbert John Thompson; Dr Dennis Salmon Page was the co-respondent, and Sarah Ethel Thompson the supposedly ‘utterly shameless woman’. See also The Times (27 February 1929), p. 5, where the divorce case of Thompson v.
My heart is like … my love is come to me Opening stanza of ‘A Birthday’ by Christina Rossetti (1830–94); OBEV 948. See Woolf’s 1930 essay ‘I am Christina Rossetti’ (EV 208–17): ‘She who loved the “obtuse and furry” – the wombats and toads and mice of the earth – and called Charles Cayley “my blindest buzzard, my special mole,” admitted no moles, wombats, buzzards or Cayleys to her heaven’ (p. 210). After the avenue … Fernham These directions make it even clearer that Fernham is Newnham. As Stuart Clarke reminds us, Rylands’s rooms were in the Old Lodge, on the south side of King’s College Back Lawn.