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English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 3, 2015, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-07617-8
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  • TITLE: The Archival Turn in Modern Literature
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  • Vol.: XXVIII
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    • Dirk Van Hulle
    • The Archival Turn and the Archival Turnip: Towards a Critical Bilingual Edition of Samuel Beckett's Works

    • pp. 21-36, DOI: 10.7370/87700
    • Margaret Konkol
    • Of Sonnets and Archives: Robert Graves, Laura Riding, and the Erasure of Modernist Poetry

    • pp. 37-56, DOI: 10.7370/87701
    • Bryony Randall
    • "[T]hey would have been the first to correct that sentence": Correcting Virginia Woolf's Short Fiction

    • pp. 75-94, DOI: 10.7370/87703
    • Teresa Prudente
    • From "The Aloe" to "Prelude" and from The Moths to The Waves: Drafts, Revisions and the Process of "Becoming-Imperceptible" in Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield

    • pp. 95-118, DOI: 10.7370/87704
    • Federico Sabatini
    • Archiving the Unarchivable: The Role of Archives in the Biographical Writing of Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey

    • pp. 119-138, DOI: 10.7370/87705
    • Elisa Bolchi
    • "Italy means most to me": Richard Aldington, Politics, and Translation in Two Italian Archives

    • pp. 159-178, DOI: 10.7370/87707
    • Sara Sullam
    • (Middle)browsing Mondadori's Archive:
British Novels in the Medusa Series, 1933 - 1945

    • pp. 179-201, DOI: 10.7370/87708