Bringing together 80 essential critical articles, Virginia Woolf: Critical and Primary Sources is a collection of the most important academic writings on the work of the great modernist writer Virginia Woolf.
Beginning with the academic rediscovery of Woolf in the 1970s, this collection charts the history of Woolf scholarship up to the present. The articles included cover biographical writings, examinations of important manuscript and archival discoveries and critical work on Woolf's feminism, aesthetics and cultural writing.
Each volume includes a substantial contextualizing introduction surveying developments in Woolf studies in the decade covered. Virginia Woolf: Critical and Primary Sources is an essential scholarly resources for modernist scholars at all levels.