[Msa-discuss] Virginia Woolf and Trauma
mhussey at pace.edu
Thu Feb 1 09:29:55 EST 2007
In March, Pace UP will publish the collection Virginia Woolf and Trauma:
Embodied Texts. Edited by Suzette Henke and David Eberly, the book
includes timely essays by Patricia Morgne Cramer, Toni McNaron, Karen
DeMeester, Jane Lilienfeld, Suzette Henke, Clifford E. Wulfman, Patricia
David Eberly, Claire Kahane, and Holly Laird on this most contentious
area of Woolf studies. The collection will be of interest to anyone
working on intersections of trauma study and modernism, narrative,
violence, war, incest, suicide, and-of course-Virginia Woolf.
Details and ordering information are available at www.pace.edu/press
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