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Writing and Gender

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In this detailed study of Virginia Woolf, the author considers the extent to which the issue of gender was highly problematic within Woolf's writing practice, forming a challenging but often troubling aspect of her art. This is a major and revealing study of the influence of gender on women's writing practice, brimming with new insights into connections between writing and gender. It will interest all readers of women's writing, as well as students and scholars of the life and work of Virginia Woolf. Used paperback in good condition overall. Externally very good with slight bumping to foreedge corners and some grubbiness to external edges. Top corners of pages 5/6, 17/18 and 21/22 have been turned down and the text has been annotated in biro (some underlining and highlighting of passages) in the introduction and on one page in the first chapter. Otherwise internally clean with sound binding.

Item details

Author(s):
Roe, Sue
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8Vo
Edition:
1990
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0710811012
ISBN-13:
9780710811011
Number of pages:
202
Publisher:
Harvester Wheatsheaf
Title:
Wrting and Gender; Virginia Wolf's Writing Practice

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In this detailed study of Virginia Woolf, the author considers the extent to which the issue of gender was highly problematic within Woolf's writing practice, forming a challenging but often troubling aspect of her art. This is a major and revealing study of the influence of gender on women's writing practice, brimming with new insights into connections between writing and gender. It will interest all readers of women's writing, as well as students and scholars of the life and work of Virginia Woolf. Used paperback in good condition overall. Externally very good with slight bumping to foreedge corners and some grubbiness to external edges. Top corners of pages 5/6, 17/18 and 21/22 have been turned down and the text has been annotated in biro (some underlining and highlighting of passages) in the introduction and on one page in the first chapter. Otherwise internally clean with sound binding.

Author(s):
Roe, Sue
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8Vo
Edition:
1990
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0710811012
ISBN-13:
9780710811011
Number of pages:
202
Publisher:
Harvester Wheatsheaf
Title:
Wrting and Gender; Virginia Wolf's Writing Practice

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