A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf by B.J. KirkpatrickA Bibliography of Virginia Woolf by B.J. Kirkpatrick

A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf

byB.J. Kirkpatrick, Stuart N. Clarke

Hardcover | October 1, 1997

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This acclaimed bibliography of Virginia Woolf, prepared with the late Leonard Woolf's agreement and co-operation, has been greatly expanded since its first publication in 1957 and the revised editions of 1967 and 1980. The need for a fourth revised edition is the result both of the explosionof new editions of existing books, and of the appearance of much previously unpublished material. Section A, Books and Pamphlets, has increased from 54 to 79 items; Section AA, Composite Editions, is a new section with nine items; Section C, Contributions to Periodicals, has increased by 78 items,including 56 unsigned reviews; Section D, Translations, has increased from 207 to 557 items; Section F, Letters, is new in that it now itemizes only uncollected letters. Studies of variant editions and texts are noted in the entry for the work concerned. The bibliography is an essential tool for allinterested in Woolf.
Stuart N. Clarke is a Research Degrees Officer, Open University.
Title:A Bibliography of Virginia WoolfFormat:HardcoverDimensions:486 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.18 inPublished:October 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198183836

ISBN - 13:9780198183839


Table of Contents

PrefaceA. Books and PamphletsAA. Composite EditionsB. Contributions to Books and Pamphlets, and Books Translated by Virginia WoolfC. Contributions to Periodicals and NewspapersD. Translations into Foreign LanguagesE. Foreign Editions in English and Miscellaneous Printed MaterialF. Books and Articles containing Uncollected Letters and Extracts from Uncollected LettersG. ManuscriptsIndex

Editorial Reviews

`A model of painstaking and accurate scholarship, with a great deal of new information. It is indispensable to an understanding of the full range of Woolf's work, the stages of her career and her posthumous fame, and the many tributary streams that fed the rapid river of her imagination.'Alex Zwerdling, English Literature in Translation 1880-1920