New to the Collection: Virginia Woolf in Context

Virginia Woolf in Context by Bryony Randall and Jane Goldman is one of the new additions Rebecca Crown Library welcomed to their collection. This literature was composed about Virginia Woolf to honor her modernist writing techniques and the the ways in which her fiction elucidated modern and contemporary life.  With that said, a fundamental objective behind this literary work was to allow scholars the opportunity to delve into her various styles of writing.  Popular themes of her writing encapsulated topics associated to twentieth century pivotal issues ranging from cultural, political and historical controversies and struggles, such as war,race, gender and art. Virginia Woolf died on this day in 1941, she was 59 years old.

 

To check out this new addition please visit the NEW BOOK table on the first level of the Crown Library located behind the staircase or click here to check out more about Virginia Woolf.  

 Image from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:VirginiaWoolf.jpg

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