Virginia Woolf, the Intellectual, and the Public Sphere

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Auteur: Melba Cuddy-Keane. Uitgever: Cambridge University Press.

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Samenvatting Virginia Woolf, the Intellectual, and the Public Sphere relates Woolf's literary reviews and essays to early twentieth-century debates about the value of 'highbrow' culture, the methods of instruction in universities and adult education, and the importance of an educated public for the realization of democratic goals. By focusing on Woolf's theories and practice of reading, Melba Cuddy-Keane refutes assumptions about Woolf's modernist elitism, revealing instead a writer who was pedagogically oriented, publicly engaged and committed to the ideal of classless intellectuals working together in reciprocal exchange.

Woolf emerges as a stimulating theorist of the unconscious, of dialogic reading, of historicist criticism, and of value judgments, while her theoretically-informed but accessible prose challenges us to reflect on academic writing today. Combining a wealth of historical detail with a penetrating analysis of Woolf's essays, this study will alter our views of Woolf, of modernism, and of intellectual work.

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Recensie s ' Cuddy-Keane is always stimulating and thoughtful This book is an outstanding piece of scholarship: original, provocative, historically and theoretically grounded. Cuddy-Keane moves seamlessly between abstract concepts and the specifics of individual texts; her argument never seems forced.

Virginia Woolf, the Intellectual and the Public Sphere will have wide and lasting currency in Woolf studies.

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Virginia Woolf pp Cite as. Since the historicist turn in scholarship on modernism, critics have focused on the ways modernist writers have marketed themselves.

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The modernist writers who expressed disdain for mass culture have been shown to have used and depended on the tools of advertising, marketing, professionalization, and self-promotion that was provided by mass culture. Virginia Woolf was, of course, a woman, and thus something of an outsider in the London literary scene; she was also the daughter of Victorian man-of-letters and editor Leslie Stephen, and thus, the ultimate insider.

This combination makes her career an ideal case for further study. Unable to display preview.

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