Virginia Woolf

A study of the major novels and other writings by Virginia Woolf, with additional readings in historical contexts and in Woolf biography and criticism. Focus on Woolf’s modernist formal experimentation and on her responses and contributions to political movements of her day, principally feminism and pacifism; attention also to the critical reception of her work, with emphasis on feminist and queer literary criticism and theory.

Also WGSS 426

Instructor: 
Undergraduate Course #: 
446
TTh 1:00pm-2:15pm
WR, Hu
20th/21st Century
Fall
2017