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Quentin Bell, Bloomsbury Recalled, Columbia University Press, 1997.

Bell, Woolf s nephew, portrays the literary figures and visual artists he knew so well through a series of vignettes. Reminiscence is key to Bell's prose portraits of his parents, Vanessa and Clive Bell, as well as Leonard Woolf, Ottoline Morrell, and other luminaries and lesser-known members associated with Bloomsbury.

Jane Goldman, The Feminist Aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism and the Politics of the Visual, Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Goldman offers a revisionary, feminist reading of Woolf s work. Focusing on Woolf s engagement with the artistic theories of her time, Goldman traces Woolf s fascination with the aesthetic possibilities of the Postimpressionist exhibition of 1910 and the solar eclipse of 1927 by linking her response to wider literary and cultural contexts.

Paul Goring, "The Shape of To the Lighthouse: Lily Briscoe's Painting and the Reader's Vision," in Word & Image...

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