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VANISHING HORIZONS: VIRGINIA WOOLF AND THE NEO-ROMANTIC LANDSCAPE IN BETWEEN THE ACTS AND 'ANON'

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Much current scholarship has concentrated on Virginia Woolf as political writer. Such scholarship argues, on the one hand, that Woolf has little truck with nationalism, and, on the other, that she endorses the value of an inclusive community. This essay explores, through a concentration on her treatment of landscape, how Woolf's vision of art and of England comes to be grounded in the inter-war zeitgeist of Neo Romanticism, a grounding that significantly alters our perception of the role both nation and community play in her work.

Affiliations: 1: Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford, 1, Wellington Square Oxford OX1 2JA, UK

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2016-12-11

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