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This article examines Dorothy Richardson’s engagement with The Freewoman’s discussion of women’s individuality. Of Marsden’s three periodicals, The Freewoman, the New Freewoman, and The Egoist, it is her final periodical that is best associated with Richardson’s work. It was in The Egoist that...
David Garnett’s The Sailor’s Return (1925) and Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Summer Will Show (1936) are highly significant for their engagement with Black characters’ walking practice, which becomes a means to explore, and circumscribe, their subjectivity. Garnett and Warner use the physical act of...
This essay reads Virginia Woolf’s play Freshwater as a coterie parlour theatrical, focusing on both the 1923 draft and the 1935 playscript. Scholars of both Woolf’s writings and of Bloomsbury’s coterie culture have long read the play as a modernist’s satire of the aesthetics and politics of...
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