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Title The Multiple muses of Virginia Woolf / edited by Diane F. Gillespie.
Imprint Columbia : University of Missouri Press, [1993]

Subject Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941 -- Knowledge and learning -- Art.
Art and literature -- England -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Gillespie, Diane F.
Description xii, 273 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Through formalism : feminism and Virginia Woolf's relation to Bloomsbury aesthetics / Christopher Reed -- The blasphemy of art : Fry;s aesthetics and Woolf's non-"literary" stories / Panthea Reid Broughton --Reading Proust : Woolf and the painter's perspective / Cheryl Mares -- "Silent as the grave" : painting, narrative, and the reader in Night and day and To the lighthouse / Jane Fisher -- "Her kodak pointed at his head" : Virginia Woolf and photography / Diane F. Gillespie -- "Across the screen of my brain" : Wirginia Woolf's "The cinema" and film forums of the twenties / Leslie Kathleen Hankins -- Her quill drawn from the firebird : Virginia Woolf and the Russian dancers / Evelyn Haller -- "The second violin tuning in the ante-room" : Virginia Woolf and music / Peter Jacobs.
ISBN 0826208827 (hbk.)
OCLC # 26800009
Table of Contents
 Introduction: "The Loves of the Arts" / Diane F. Gillespie1
IPainting: Invocations and Confrontations 
  Through Formalism: Feminism and Virginia Woolf's Relation to Bloomsbury Aesthetics / Christopher Reed11
  The Blasphemy of Art: Fry's Aesthetics and Woolf's Non-"Literary" Stories / Panthea Reid Broughton36
  Reading Proust: Woolf and the Painter's Perspective / Cheryl Mares58
  "Silent as the Grave": Painting, Narrative, and the Reader in Night and Day and To the Lighthouse / Jane Fisher90
IIMore Muses and Amusements 
  "Her Kodak Pointed at His Head": Virginia Woolf and Photography / Diane F. Gillespie113
  "Across the Screen of My Brain": Virginia Woolf's "The Cinema" and Film Forums of the Twenties / Leslie Kathleen Hankins148
  Her Quill Drawn from the Firebird: Virginia Woolf and the Russian Dancers / Evelyn Haller180
  "The Second Violin Tuning in the Ante-room": Virginia Woolf and Music / Peter Jacobs227
 Notes on Contributors261

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