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A timely contribution to one of the most contentious areas in Woolf studies, Virginia Woolf and Trauma extends existing scholarship on both Woolf and narratives of trauma in provocative and challenging ways. With contributions by 11 leading scholars, this is an essential addition to any library collection on Woolf, modernism, and the study of trauma in twentieth-century li ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published March 30th 2007 by Pace University Press
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Suzette A. Henke joined the University of Louisville as Thruston B. Morton Senior Professor of Literary Studies in 1991.

Although she initially set out to investigate the intriguing interface between autobiography and fiction of self-writing in context of gender and genre in early 80s, Suzette A. Henke's interest shifted unexpectedly once she witnessed the pattern of repressed trauma in large numb
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