Virginia Woolf is one of the twentieth century's most significant and prominent authors. To date scholars have worked from a variety of texts of varying quality and consistency. In part this is because Woolf supervised the publication and republication of her work. The Cambridge Edition of the Novels of Virginia Woolf will provide a definitive edition of Woolf's novels that explains their composition and publication history, the material impact on the texts of issues such as censorship, and which enables their meaning to emerge with new force and clarity.
General Editors: Jane Goldman, University of Glasgow; Susan Sellers, University of St Andrews
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