"Virginia Woolf and Samuel Johnson: Common Readers" by Beth Carole Rosenberg (1996)

English Literature in Transition 39:3, 380-383. 1996.
Beth Carole Rosenberg argues that Samuel Johnson and Vriginia Woolf are in dialogue, and that this relation has been ignored in Woolf criticism Applying a paradigm of dialogic relations as developed by the Russian formalist, Mikhail Bakhtin, she isolates Johnson's influence in this densely argued book.
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"Modernism and the Culture of Market Society" by John Xiros Cooper" (2005)

English Literature in Transition 48: 3, 2005

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Listening In: Broadcasts, Speeches and Interviews, ed. Allan Hepburn (2010)

Journal of Modern Literature 35:2, 139-142. Winter 2012
If Elizabeth Bowen is a writer with whom we have to "catch up," Allan Hepburn's recent collections of her unpublished work will help us along that path. Bowen was a regular contibutor to the BBC from 1941-1973. And though Bowen is known mainly as an Anglo-Irish short story writer and…
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"O Fallen Angel" by Kate Zambreno (2009)

Contemporary Review of Fiction 2010
Kate Zambreno had written a literary triptych on the altar of modern American suburban life: "it's the American way the nuclear family and the nuclear bomb the white picket fence".....
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"Locating Woolf: the Politics of Place and Space" by Anna Snaith & Micharl Whitworth (2008)

English Literature in Transition 52:3, 122-125. 2009
Nothing can happen nowhere, asserts Elizabeth Bowen. This collection of essays attempts to locate the "where" of Woolf's stories and novels, asserting that the inner landscape of her writing has been overemphasized by critis. This postmodern turn is to locate her writing in material, national, imperial, global and geographic "space"....
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