Table of contents for Trespassing boundaries : Virginia Woolf's short fiction / edited by Kathryn N. Benzel and Ruth Hoberman.


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Foreword--Susan Dick
Introduction--Kathryn N. Benzel and Ruth Hoberman
Part I: Woolf's Short Fiction in the Context of British Modernism
Through a Glass, Longingly--Joanna Trautmann Banks
Virginia Woolf's "Shorter, More concentrated Form of Fiction"--Michelle Levy
Collecting, Shopping, and Reading: Virginia Woolf's Stories about Objects--Ruth Hoberman
The Lesbian Intratext of Virginia Woolf's Shorter Fictio--Krystyna Colburn
Woolf and Chekhov--Nena Skrbic
Part II: Woolf's Short Fiction as Generic Boundary-Breaker
"A Corridor leading from Mrs. Dalloway to a new book": Virginia Woolf Revising--Beth Rigel Daugherty
A View of One's Own: Writing Women's Lives and the Early Short Stories--Anna Snaith
11. Kathryn N. Benzel, Verbal Painting in Virginia Woolf's Short Fiction: Lyricism in Monday or Tuesday--Kathryn N. Benzel
Cultivating Kew: Showing the Seeds of Critique, 1909--Alice Staveley


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 Criticism and interpretation, Women and literature England History 20th century, Short story