Far from the lady in the modernist ivory tower, Virginia Woolf was very comfortable with the commercial side of the literary world . Virginia Woolf and the Literary Marketplace is an exciting collection of fifteen new essays, by both renowned and up-and-coming scholars, exploring the many roles Woolf played in the world of commodity culture. As these contributors show, even after she became famous for her fiction, Woolf continued to engage with the market in its manifold facets, including marketing, production, pricing, copyright, technology, readership, reviews, and more.Virginia Woolf: A Biography. 2 vols. New York: Harcourt, 1972. Print. Bennett, Arnold. How to Become an Author: A Practical Guide. London: Pearson, 1903. Print. aaa.Journalism and Women: A Practical Guide. London: Lane, 1898. Print.
|Title||:||Virginia Woolf and the Literary Marketplace|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-11-23|