A Poetics of Postmodernism and Neomodernism: Rewriting Mrs by M. Latham

By M. Latham

This new e-book examines how various authors at the present time perpetuate Virginia Woolf's literary legacy, by way of growing new varieties tailored to their new a long time and audiences. Addressing questions about the present penchant for refashioning our canon which will replace, this e-book can be important interpreting for either scholars and students of Woolf.

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