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: Virginia Woolf: Emerging Perspectives
, contains papers from the third Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf held in June 1993. The contributors to this volume examine Woolf's work in light of the issues of race, class and gender. Topics include: Considering Class and Lesbian Desire in Virginia Woolf's Short Fiction; Imagining the Body: Gender Trouble and Bodily Limits in The Waves
; Doodling Her Way to Insight: From Incompetent Student to Empowered Rhetor in A Room of One's Own
; Virginia Woolf and the Imperial Gaze: A Glance Askance; Really Writing: Feminist Biography and the Languages of Pain in Louise DeSalvo's Virginia Woolf: The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse in Her Life and Work
; Teaching Virginia Woolf in an Urban Community College Setting; Virginia Woolf and Alice Walker: Family as Metaphor in the Personal Essay; Woolf and Toni Morrison: Moments from the Critical Dialogue.