Virginia Woolf, the novels /
"At the beginning of this century, Virginia Woolf reacted against literary tradition, sought a new definition of fiction, applied her modern, post-Freudian outlook and radically feminist ideas to the problem of writing novels and, in so doing, redefined our concept of this literary form. The re...
|Published:||New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998.|
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