Woolf in the Real World
Edited by Karen V. Kukil
Woolf in the Real World focuses on the ways Woolf engaged the “real world” of her time and the ways in which her legacy continues to engage “real world” issues at the start of a new century. Thirty essays reflect the life, writings, and afterlife of Virginia Woolf by world-renowned critics including Carol T. Christ, Lyndall Gordon, Carolyn Heilbrun, Frances Spalding, Michael Barrett, Susan C. Bourque, Julia Briggs, Maggie Humm, Dianne Hunter, Eleanor McNees, Kathryn Simpson, and Elizabeth Gallaher von Klemperer, among other distinguished Woolf scholars.
About the Editor
Karen V. Kukil is Associate Curator of rare books at Smith College, with particular responsibility for supervising scholarly use of the Sylvia Plath Collection.