Edited by Claire Davison & Anne-Marie Smith-Di Biasio

The essays in the present volume seek to explore new perspectives on Woolf’s work: thinking Woolf through other languages (French, Italian, Spanish) and other media (music, early photography, cartoon-strip) they address questions of translational ethics, the intra-scriptural, the trans-medial, the transference, transmission, transfixation and transgression.

Monica Latham – Rewriting Mrs Dalloway

After meticulously tracing the genesis of Woolf’s most iconic novel so as to examine the production of Woolf’s idiosyncratic Dalloway-esque signature, A Poetics of Postmodernism and Neomodernism sets out to explore its reproduction by a variety of postmodernist and neomodernist Anglo-American writers who are either openly indebted to Woolf’s novel or covertly influenced by it.